1954 FIFA World Cup, Switzerland

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The 1954 FIFA World Cup was the Fifth of FIFA World Cup, the world championship for men national association football teams. This was held in Switzerland from 16 June to 4 July 1954. Switzerland is a mountainous Central European country. The World Cup was won by West Germany, who defeated Hungary 3–2 in the final. It was the first world cup of West Germany.

It ending the proud 31-match unbeaten record. The hosts country Switzerland and the defending champions Uruguay qualified automatically.

1954 FIFA World Cup, Switzerland

1954 FIFA World Cup, Switzerland
1954 FIFA World Cup, Switzerland

Participate Team for FIFA World 1954

  • Europe- 11 Teams
  • South/ North America, Central America, and the Caribbean- 2 Teams
  • Asia- 1 team

1954 FIFA World Cup Quick facts

1954 World Cup final is often listed history’s one of the greatest matches. It was the best world cup final match in the World Cup history yet. This was the first time when Germany won the match, four World Cup titles.  Hungary, the second place in 1954 remains the best World Cup result to date.

FIFA CUP 1954  
Teams
16 (from 4 confederations)
 Total Match 16 June – 4 July (19 days)
Match Schedule 26
 Venues 6
Automatically qualified  Switzerland (host)and Uruguay (the defending champion)

 Final Tournament Standings

1954 FIFA World Cup, Switzerland
1954 FIFA World Cup, Switzerland
FIFA CUP 1954 Teams
Winners
Winner
Runners-Up Hungary
Third Austria
Fourth Uruguay

Qualification Of World Cup

Participating countries
16
Goals scored 140
Qualified 16
Top scorer Sandor KOCSIS (HUN)

Adidas Golden Boot

    • Ademir
  • Oscar Miguez
  • Estanislao Basora

1954 FIFA World Cup Qualify Teams

POT 1 POT 2 POT 3 POT 4
Switzerland (hosts) Austria  France Belgium
Uruguay (title holder) England Italy Mexico
Brazil (previous runners-up) West Germany Czechoslovakia  South Korea
Hungary (Olympic gold medalists) Yugoslavia Turkey Scotland

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