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1938 FIFA World Cup Final

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1938 FIFA World Cup Final
The Stade Olympique de Colombes held the final
Event1938 FIFA World Cup
Date19 June 1938
VenueStade Olympique de Colombes, Paris
RefereeGeorges Capdeville (France)

The 1938 FIFA World Cup Final was the game between Italy and Hungary.

Route to the final[change | change source]

Italy Round Hungary
Opponent Result Final tournament Opponent Result
 Norway 2–1 (a.e.t.) First round  Dutch East Indies 6–0
 France 3–1 Quarter-finals  Switzerland 2–0
 Brazil 2–1 Semifinals  Sweden 5–1

Match[change | change source]

Italy 4–2 Hungary
Colaussi Goal 6'35'
Piola Goal 16'82'
Report Titkos Goal 8'
Sárosi Goal 70'
GK Aldo Olivieri
RB Alfredo Foni
LB Pietro Rava
RH Pietro Serantoni
CH Michele Andreolo
LH Ugo Locatelli
OR Amedeo Biavati
IR Giuseppe Meazza (c)
CF Silvio Piola
IL Giovanni Ferrari
OL Gino Colaussi
Vittorio Pozzo
GK Antal Szabó
RB Sándor Bíró
LB Gyula Polgár
RH Gyula Lázár
CH György Szűcs
LH Antal Szalay
OR Pál Titkos
IR Gyula Zsengellér
CF György Sárosi (c)
IL Jenő Vincze
OL Ferenc Sas
Alfréd Schaffer

Assistant referees:
Hans Wuethrich (Switzerland)
Augustin Krist (Czechoslovakia)

Match rules

  • 90 minutes
  • 30 minutes of extra time if necessary
  • Replay if scores still level
  • No substitutions permitted

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