IV OLYMPIC FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT (PARIS 1924)

GAME DETAILS

(From 25-05-1924 to 9-06-1924)

 

 

FIRST ROUND

STADIUM: Stade Olympique de Colombes (Paris)

DATE: 25-05-1924 (15:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 18.991

REFEREE: Marcel Slawick (FRA)

GOALS: 1-0 (Vallana [o.g.] 78’)

[Incidents: Larraza was sent off (min. 55) after kicking a rival who had previously bitten his leg. FIFA tallies the Spanish own goal in minute 84.]

ITA

Italia

Italy - Spain

España

SPA

1-0 (0-0)

ITALY

De Prà

Rosetta, Caligaris

Barbieri, Burlando, Aliberti

Conti, Baloncieri (c), Della Valle, Magnozzi, Levratto

COACH: Vittorio Pozzo

SPAIN

Zamora

Vallana (c), Pasarín

Gamborena, Larraza, Peña

Piera, Samitier, Monjardín, Carmelo, Chirri I

COACH: Pedro Parages

 

FIRST ROUND

STADIUM: Stade Bergeyre (Paris)

DATE: 25-05-1924 (15:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 4.344

REFEREE: Christian Andersen (NOR)

GOALS: 0-1 (Štapl 21’); 0-2 (Sedláček 23’); 0-3 (Sedláček 37’); 1-3 (Bekir 52’); 1-4 (Jan Novák 64’); 1-5 (Čapek 74’); 2-5 (Bekir [p.] 82’)

[Incidents: Antonín Hojer missed a penalty shot (min. 20). According to FIFA, Sedláček scored the second Czechoslovakian goal in minute 28 and Bekir made the first Turkish goal in minute 63.]

TUR

Türkiye

Turkey - Czechoslovakia

Československo

CZE

2-5 (0-3)

TURKEY

Nedim

Ali, Cafer

Nihat, İsmet, Kadri

Mehmet, Alaeddin, Zeki, Bekir (c), Bedri

COACH: Billy Hunter

CZECHOSLOVAKIA

Štaplík

A. Hojer, F. Hojer

Krombholz, Pleticha, Mahrer

Sedláček, Štapl (c), Jan Novák, Čapek, Jelínek

COACH: Jaroslav Bezecný

 

FIRST ROUND

STADIUM: Stade Pershing (Paris)

DATE: 25-05-1924 (15:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 8.110

REFEREE: Antonio Scamoni (ITA)

GOALS: 1-0 (Sturzenegger 2’); 2-0 (Dietrich 14’); 3-0 (Abegglen 41’); 4-0 (Sturzenegger 43’); 5-0 (Abegglen 50’); 6-0 (Abegglen 58’); 7-0 (Ramseyer [p.] 63’); 8-0 (Sturzenegger 68’); 9-0 (Sturzenegger 85’)

SWI

Schweiz / Suisse

Switzerland - Lithuania

Lietuva

LIT

9-0 (4-0)

SWITZERLAND

Pulver

Reymond, Ramseyer

Oberhauser, Schmiedlin (c), Pollitz

Ehrenbolger, Sturzenegger, Dietrich, Abegglen, Fässler

COACH: Teddy Duckworth

LITHUANIA

Balčiūnas

Janušauskas, Hardingsonas

Mikučiauskas, Razma, Bartuška, Juozapaitis

Sabaliauskas, Garbačiauskas (c), Gecas, Žebrauskas

COACH:

 

FIRST ROUND

STADIUM: Stade Pershing (Paris)

DATE: 25-05-1924 (17:15 h)

ATTENDANCE: 8.110

REFEREE: Paul Putz (BEL)

GOALS: 1-0 (Straden [p.] 15’)

[Incidents: Kaljot missed a penalty shot on second attempt (min. 68), after he had also sent his first kick out.]

USA

United States of America

USA - Estonia

Eesti

EST

1-0 (1-0)

USA

Douglas

Davis, Rudd

Jones, Hornberger, O’Connor

Findlay, Brix, Straden (c), Farrell, Dalrymple

COACH: George Burford

ESTONIA

Lass

Pihlak, Silber

Kaljot, Rein, Kaarman

Väli, Paal, Ellman (c), Üpraus, Joll

COACH: Ferenc Kónya

 

FIRST ROUND

STADIUM: Stade Olympique de Colombes (Paris)

DATE: 26-05-1924 (16:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 3.025

REFEREE: Georges Vallat (FRA)

GOALS: 0-1 (Vidal 20’); 0-2 (Scarone 23’); 0-3 (Petrone 35’); 0-4 (Cea 50’); 0-5 (Romano 58’); 0-6 (Petrone 61’); 0-7 (Cea 80’)

YUG

Југославија

Yugoslavia - Uruguay

Uruguay

URU

0-7 (0-3)

YUGOSLAVIA

Vrđuka

Vrbančić, Dasović

Rodin, Rupec (c), Marjanović

Babić, Petković, Perška, Vinek, Plazzeriano

COACH: Todor Sekulić

URUGUAY

Mazali

Nasazzi (c), Tomassina

Andrade, Vidal, Ghierra

S. Urdinarán, Scarone, Petrone, Cea, Romano

COACH: Ernesto Fígoli

 

FIRST ROUND

STADIUM: Stade Bergeyre (Paris)

DATE: 26-05-1924 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 3.578

REFEREE: Johannes Mutters (NED)

GOALS: 1-0 (Eisenhoffer 14’); 2-0 (Hirzer 51’); 3-0 (Hirzer 58’); 4-0 (Opata 70’); 5-0 (Opata 87’)

HUN

Magyarország

Hungary - Poland

Polska

POL

5-0 (1-0)

HUNGARY

Biri

K. Fogl (c), Mándi

Orth, Guttmann, Obitz

Braun, Eisenhoffer, Opata, Hirzer, Jeny

COACH: Gyula Kiss

POLAND

Wiśniewski

Cyl, Fryc

Styczeń, Cikowski (c), Spojda

Kuchar, Batsch, Kałuża, H. Reyman, Sperling

COACH: Gyula Bíró

 

SECOND ROUND

STADIUM: Stade Olympique de Colombes (Paris)

DATE: 27-05-1924 (16:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 1.840

REFEREE: Félix Herren (SWI)

GOALS: 1-0 (Snouck Hurgronje 8’); 2-0 (Pijl 32’); 3-0 (Pijl 52’); 4-0 (Pijl 66’); 5-0 (Pijl 68’); 6-0 (De Natris [p.] 69’)

NED

Nederland

Netherlands - Romania

România

ROM

6-0 (2-0)

NETHERLANDS

Van der Meulen

Dénis (c), Tetzner

Le Fèvre, Van Linge, Krom

Snouck Hurgronje, Groosjohan, Pijl, Visser, De Natris

COACH: Billy Townley

ROMANIA

Ş. Ströck

Bartha, Molnár

Kozovits, Hönigsberg, Zimmermann

Tänzer, Guga (c), Wetzer, Bonciocat, A. Ströck

COACH: Adrian Suciu

 

SECOND ROUND

STADIUM: Stade de Paris (Paris)

DATE: 27-05-1924 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.145

REFEREE: Henri Christophe (BEL)

GOALS: 1-0 (Crut 17’); 2-0 (Nicolas 25’); 3-0 (Crut 28’); 4-0 (Nicolas 50’); 5-0 (Crut 55’); 6-0 (Boyer 71’); 7-0 (Boyer 87’)

[Incidents: Baumann left the game due to an ankle injury just before halftime, and inner-left Crut moved to his position in defense in the second half.]

FRA

France

France - Latvia

Latvija

LAT

7-0 (3-0)

FRANCE

Chayriguès

Gravier, Baumann

Parachini, Domergue, Bonnardel

Dewaquez, Boyer, Nicolas, Crut, Dubly (c)

COACH: Tom Griffiths

LATVIA

Jurgens

Ašmanis, Roga

Sokolovs, Bone, Stančiks (c)

R. Bārda, A. Bārda, E. Bārda, V. Plade, Pavlovs

COACH: Juris Rēdlihs

 

SECOND ROUND

STADIUM: Stade Olympique de Colombes (Paris)

DATE: 28-05-1924 (16:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 1.659

REFEREE: A. Henriot (FRA)

GOALS: 0-1 (Duncan 75’)

BUL

България

Bulgaria - Irish Free State

Saorstát Éireann

IFS

0-1 (0-0)

BULGARIA

Ivanov

Yankov, Khristov

Radoev, Bjanov, Mateev, Yovovich

D. Mutafchiev, N. Mutafchiev, Vladimirov (c), Maznikov

COACH: Leopold Nitsch

IRISH FREE STATE

O’Reilly

Kerr, McCarthy

McKay, Dykes (c), Muldoon

Farrell, Hannon, Duncan, Kendrick, Murray

COACH: Charles Harris

 

SECOND ROUND

STADIUM: Stade Bergeyre (Paris)

DATE: 28-05-1924 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 9.157

REFEREE: Christian Andersen (NOR)

GOALS: 0-1 (Štapl [p.] 21’); 1-1 (Dietrich 79’)

[Incidents: Antonín Hojer missed a penalty shot (min. 43). Čapek was sent off (min. 74).]

SWI

Schweiz / Suisse

Switzerland - Czechoslovakia

Československo

CZE

1-1 (0-1;1-1)

SWITZERLAND

Pulver

Reymond, Ramseyer

Oberhauser, Schmiedlin (c), Pollitz

Ehrenbolger, Sturzenegger, Dietrich, Abegglen, Bédouret

COACH: Teddy Duckworth

CZECHOSLOVAKIA

Štaplík

A. Hojer, Seifert

Kolenatý, Pešek (c), Červený

Sedláček, Štapl, Čapek, Vlček, Jelínek

COACH: Jaroslav Bezecný

 

SECOND ROUND

STADIUM: Stade Pershing (Paris)

DATE: 29-05-1924 (14:15 h)

ATTENDANCE: 4.254

REFEREE: Jean de Ricard (FRA)

GOALS: 1-0 (Baloncieri 20’); 2-0 (Della Valle 38’)

[Incidents: Massard had to leave the pitch in minute 20 due to injury.]

ITA

Italia

Italy - Luxembourg

Lëtzebuerg

LUX

2-0 (2-0)

ITALY

De Prà

Rosetta, De Vecchi (c)

Barbieri, Baldi, Aliberti

Conti, Baloncieri, Della Valle, Magnozzi, Levratto

COACH: Vittorio Pozzo

LUXEMBOURG

Bausch

Kirsch (c), Kolb

Schumann, Koetz, Feierstein

Massard, Langers, Kieffer, Weisgerber, J.P. Weber

COACH: Batty Schroeder

 

SECOND ROUND

STADIUM: Stade Olympique de Colombes (Paris)

DATE: 29-05-1924 (16:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 8.532

REFEREE: Heinrich Retschury (AUT)

GOALS: 1-0 (Verbeeck [o.g.] 8’); 2-0 (Rydell 20’); 3-0 (Kock 24’); 4-0 (Brommesson 30’); 5-0 (Rydell 46’); 6-0 (Kaufeldt 61’); 7-0 (Rydell 67’); 7-1 (Larnoe 77’); 8-1 (Kock 83’)

[Incidents: FIFA includes the following goalscoring sequence in the second half: 5-0 (Keller 46’); 6-0 (Rydell 61’); 6-1 (Larnoe 67’); 7-1 (Kock 77’); 8-1 (Rydell 83’). In minute 70, Keller was injured and had to leave the game.]

SWE

Sverige

Sweden - Belgium

België

BEL

8-1 (4-0)

SWEDEN

S. Lindberg

Alfredsson, Hillén

Friberg (c), Carlsson, Sundberg

Brommesson, Rydell, Kaufeldt, Keller, Kock

COACH: József Nagy

BELGIUM

De Bie

Swartenbroeks (c), Verbeeck

Pelsmaeker, Fierens, Schelstraete

Van Hege, Coppée, Larnoe, Gillis, Bastin

COACH: William Maxwell

 

SECOND ROUND

STADIUM: Stade de Paris (Paris)

DATE: 29-05-1924 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 4.371

REFEREE: Luis Colina (SPA)

GOALS: 1-0 (Yakan 4’); 2-0 (Hegazi 53’); 3-0 (Riyadh 58’)

[Incidents: FIFA tallies the second goal in minute 40 and credits Yakan with the third Egyptian goal. Braun missed a penalty shot (min. 43).]

EGY

مصر

Egypt - Hungary

Magyarország

HUN

3-0 (1-0)

EGYPT

Taha

Fouad, Salem

Shawqi, El-Hassani (c), Hamdy

Ismail Houda, Riyadh, Hegazi, Yakan, Mahmoud Houda

COACH-PLAYER: Hussein Hegazi

HUNGARY

Biri

K. Fogl (c), Mándi

Orth, Guttmann, Obitz

Braun, Eisenhoffer, Opata, Hirzer, Jeny

COACH: Gyula Kiss

 

SECOND ROUND

STADIUM: Stade Bergeyre (Paris)

DATE: 29-05-1924 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 10.455

REFEREE: Charles Barette (BEL)

GOALS: 1-0 (Petrone 10’); 2-0 (Petrone 15’); 3-0 (Petrone 44’)

[Incidents: FIFA credits Scarone with the second Uruguayan goal.]

URU

Uruguay

Uruguay - USA

United States of America

USA

3-0 (3-0)

URUGUAY

Mazali

Nasazzi (c), Arispe

Andrade, Vidal, Tomassina

Naya, Scarone, Petrone, Cea, Romano

COACH: Ernesto Fígoli

USA

Douglas

Davis, O’Connor

Johnson, Hornberger, Jones

Findlay, Wells, Straden (c), Farrell, Dalrymple

COACH: George Burford

 

SECOND ROUND — TIE-BREAK

STADIUM: Stade Bergeyre (Paris)

DATE: 30-05-1924 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 5.673

REFEREE: Marcel Slawick (FRA)

GOALS: 1-0 (Pache 87’)

[Incidents: The game started with a delay of half an hour over official kick-off time (the actual starting time was 17:30 h) because the Czech team recused the originally appointed referee (Hungarian Mihály Ivancsics) and French Marcel Slawick had to replace him.]

SWI

Schweiz / Suisse

Switzerland - Czechoslovakia

Československo

CZE

1-0 (0-0)

SWITZERLAND

Pulver

Reymond, Ramseyer

Oberhauser, Mengotti, Pollitz

Kramer, Sturzenegger, Pache, Abegglen (c), Fässler

COACH: Teddy Duckworth

CZECHOSLOVAKIA

Hochmann

A. Hojer, F. Hojer

Kolenatý, Pešek (c), Mahrer

Sedláček, Jan Novák, Josef Novák, Otto Novák, Jelínek

COACH: Jaroslav Bezecný

 

1/4 FINAL

STADIUM: Stade Olympique de Colombes (Paris)

DATE: 1-06-1924 (16:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 30.868

REFEREE: Christian Andersen (NOR)

GOALS: 0-1 (Scarone 2’); 0-2 (Scarone 12’); 1-2 (Nicolas 24’); 1-3 (Petrone 58’); 1-4 (Petrone 68’); 1-5 (Romano 83’)

[Incidents: FIFA includes the following goalscoring sequence in the first half: 0-1 (Scarone 2’); 1-1 (Nicolas 12’); 1-2 (Scarone 24’).]

FRA

France

France - Uruguay

Uruguay

URU

1-5 (1-2)

FRANCE

Chayriguès

Gravier, Domergue

Parachini, Batmale, Bonnardel

Dewaquez, Boyer, Nicolas, Crut, Dubly (c)

COACH: Tom Griffiths

URUGUAY

Mazali

Nasazzi (c), Arispe

Andrade, Zibecchi, Ghierra

Naya, Scarone, Petrone, Cea, Romano

COACH: Ernesto Fígoli

 

1/4 FINAL

STADIUM: Stade Pershing (Paris)

DATE: 1-06-1924 (16:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 6.484

REFEREE: Henri Christophe (BEL)

GOALS: 1-0 (Kaufeldt 5’); 2-0 (Brommesson 31’); 3-0 (Brommesson 34’); 4-0 (Rydell 49’); 5-0 (Kaufeldt 71’)

SWE

Sverige

Sweden - Egypt

مصر

EGY

5-0 (3-0)

SWEDEN

S. Lindberg

Alfredsson, Hillén

Friberg (c), Carlsson, Sundberg

Brommesson, Rydell, Kaufeldt, Svensson, Kock

COACH: József Nagy

EGYPT

Taha

Fouad, Salem

Henein, El-Hassani (c), Shawqi

Ismail Houda, Riyadh, Hegazi, Yakan, Mahmoud Houda

COACH-PLAYER: Hussein Hegazi

 

1/4 FINAL

STADIUM: Stade Bergeyre (Paris)

DATE: 2-06-1924 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 8.359

REFEREE: Johannes Mutters (NED)

GOALS: 1-0 (Dietrich 47’); 1-1 (Della Valle 52’); 2-1 (Abegglen 60’)

[Incidents: FIFA credits Sturzenegger with the first Swiss goal.]

SWI

Schweiz / Suisse

Switzerland - Italy

Italia

ITA

2-1 (0-0)

SWITZERLAND

Pulver

Reymond, Ramseyer

Oberhauser, Schmiedlin (c), Pollitz

Ehrenbolger, Sturzenegger, Dietrich, Abegglen, Fässler

COACH: Teddy Duckworth

ITALY

De Prà

Rosetta, Caligaris

Barbieri, Burlando, Aliberti

Conti, Baloncieri (c), Della Valle, Magnozzi, Levratto

COACH: Vittorio Pozzo

 

1/4 FINAL

STADIUM: Stade de Paris (Paris)

DATE: 2-06-1924 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 1.506

REFEREE: Heinrich Retschury (AUT)

GOALS: 1-0 (Formenoij 7’); 1-1 (Ghent 33’); 2-1 (Formenoij 104’)

NED

Nederland

Netherlands - Irish Free State

Saorstát Éireann

IFS

2-1 (1-1;1-1)

NETHERLANDS

Van der Meulen

Dénis (c), Tetzner

Le Fèvre, Van Linge, Krom

Groosjohan, Formenoij, Ter Beek, Visser, De Natris

COACH: Billy Townley

IRISH FREE STATE

O’Reilly

Kerr, McCarthy

McKay, Dykes (c), Muldoon

Farrell, Hannon, Duncan, Ghent, Murray

COACH: Charles Harris

 

1/2 FINAL

STADIUM: Stade Olympique de Colombes (Paris)

DATE: 5-06-1924 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 7.448

REFEREE: Mihály Ivancsics (HUN)

GOALS: 1-0 (Abegglen 15’); 1-1 (Kock 41’); 2-1 (Abegglen 77’)

SWI

Schweiz / Suisse

Switzerland - Sweden

Sverige

SWE

2-1 (1-1)

SWITZERLAND

Pulver

Reymond, Ramseyer

Oberhauser, Schmiedlin (c), Pollitz

Ehrenbolger, Pache, Dietrich, Abegglen, Fässler

COACH: Teddy Duckworth

SWEDEN

S. Lindberg

Alfredsson, Hillén

Friberg (c), Carlsson, Sundberg

Brommesson, Rydell, Kaufeldt, Dahl, Kock

COACH: József Nagy

 

1/2 FINAL

STADIUM: Stade Olympique de Colombes (Paris)

DATE: 6-06-1924 (17:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 7.088

REFEREE: Georges Vallat (FRA)

GOALS: 1-0 (Pijl 32’); 1-1 (Cea 62’); 1-2 (Scarone [p.] 81’)

NED

Nederland

Netherlands - Uruguay

Uruguay

URU

1-2 (1-0)

NETHERLANDS

Van der Meulen

Dénis (c), Tetzner

Le Fèvre, Van Linge, Horsten

Snouck Hurgronje, Groosjohan, Pijl, Visser, De Natris

COACH: Billy Townley

URUGUAY

Mazali

Nasazzi (c), Arispe

Andrade, Vidal, Ghierra

S. Urdinarán, Scarone, Petrone, Cea, Romano

COACH: Ernesto Fígoli

 

PLACES 3-4

STADIUM: Stade Olympique de Colombes (Paris)

DATE: 8-06-1924 (16:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 9.915

REFEREE: Heinrich Retschury (AUT)

GOALS: 0-1 (Kaufeldt 44’); 1-1 (Le Fèvre 77’)

NED

Nederland

Netherlands - Sweden

Sverige

SWE

1-1 (0-1;1-1)

NETHERLANDS

Van der Meulen

Dénis (c), Verweij

Le Fèvre, Oosthoek, Horsten

S. Hurgronje, Vermetten, Breeuwer, Formenoij, Sigmond

COACH: Billy Townley

SWEDEN

S. Lindberg

Hirsch, Mellgren

Lindqvist, Carlsson (c), Sundberg

Lundquist, Rydell, Kaufeldt, Dahl, Kock

COACH: József Nagy

 

PLACES 3-4 — TIE-BREAK

STADIUM: Stade Olympique de Colombes (Paris)

DATE: 9-06-1924 (14:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 40.522

REFEREE: Youssouf Mohammed (EGY)

GOALS: 0-1 (Rydell 34’); 0-2 (Lundquist 42’); 1-2 (Formenoij [p.] 43’); 1-3 (Rydell 77’)

[Incidents: Kaufeldt was sent off (min. 75).]

NED

Nederland

Netherlands - Sweden

Sverige

SWE

1-3 (1-2)

NETHERLANDS

Van der Meulen

Dénis (c), Vermetten

Oosthoek, Krom, Horsten

De Natris, Visser, Le Fèvre, Formenoij, Sigmond

COACH: Billy Townley

SWEDEN

S. Lindberg

Alfredsson, Hillén

Holmberg, Friberg (c), Sundberg

Lundquist, Rydell, Kaufeldt, Keller, Kock

COACH: József Nagy

 

FINAL

STADIUM: Stade Olympique de Colombes (Paris)

DATE: 9-06-1924 (16:30 h)

ATTENDANCE: 40.522

REFEREE: Marcel Slawick (FRA)

GOALS: 1-0 (Petrone 9’); 2-0 (Cea 65’); 3-0 (Romano 82’)

[Incidents: The Dutch referee Johannes Mutters was originally selected to officiate this match, but Uruguay protested this decision (fearing that their polemic victory against Holland in semifinals would bias him) and a new referee was appointed by drawing his name from a hat.]

URU

Uruguay

Uruguay - Switzerland

Schweiz / Suisse

SWI

3-0 (1-0)

URUGUAY

Mazali

Nasazzi (c), Arispe

Andrade, Vidal, Ghierra

S. Urdinarán, Scarone, Petrone, Cea, Romano

COACH: Ernesto Fígoli

SWITZERLAND

Pulver

Reymond, Ramseyer

Oberhauser, Schmiedlin (c), Pollitz

Ehrenbolger, Pache, Dietrich, Abegglen, Fässler

COACH: Teddy Duckworth

GAME SUMMARY

Uruguay completed an excellent olympic tournament (five straight wins, win 20 goals scored and only 2 against) with a clear victory over Switzerland in the final. The South Americans dominated from the onset, and Pulver was called into accion in numerous occasions to save his team. In minute 9, however, Petrone latched onto a through ball from Scarone to score the opener with a great shot. Switzerland was being held back by constant attacks, and only the long balls from left back Ramseyer gave any chance to the Swiss forwards to penetrate the Uruguayan area. Although the Europeans could settle down as the half progressed and managed to reduce the attacking flow of the South Americans, Petrone was always dangerous with his runs and shots, and had a goal disallowed for an previous foul on a defender.

 

Switzerland pressed hard after halftime trying to equalize the score, but the Uruguayan defensive line stood firm. Soon the South Americans retook their control of the game with their fantanstic interpassing skills, and midway the second half extended their lead when Petrone’s shot was deflected by Pulver into the path of Cea, who scored with a simple header. Although the Swiss tried to react, they lacked the edge to overcome the Uruguayan defensive line. The outcome of the game was put behond doubt in minute 82, when Romano headed home a corner to make it 3-0.

 

 

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