VI Olympic Football Tournament (Berlin 1936)

(From 3-08-1936 to 15-08-1936)

Olympic Poster
Olympic Logo

 

PARTICIPANTS (16)

· Host nation: Germany.

· Fifteen invited nations: Austria, China, Egypt, Finland, Great Britain, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Norway, Peru, Poland, Sweden, Turkey, USA.

 

COMPETITION SYSTEM

· The sixteen participating teams are paired in a first knock-out round. The winners advance to quarterfinals and further semifinals. The two surviving teams after this last elimination round qualify for the final, whereas the two semifinal losers play a consolation final for the bronze medal.

 

 

FIRST ROUND

(3-08-1936)

Italy - USA

1-0

Berlin

Turkey - Norway

0-4

Berlin

Japan - Sweden

3-2 (x)

Berlin

Poland - Hungary

3-0 (y)

Berlin

Austria - Egypt

3-1 (y)

Berlin

Germany - Luxembourg

9-0 (x)

Berlin

Peru - Finland

7-3 (z)

Berlin

Great Britain - China

2-0 (z)

Berlin

(x) Games played on 4-08-1936.  (y) Games played on 5-08-1936.  (y) Games played on 6-08-1936.

 

 

1/4 FINALS

(7-08-1936)

Italy - Japan

8-0

Berlin

Germany - Norway

0-2

Berlin

Poland - Great Britain

5-4 (x)

Berlin

Peru - Austria (*)

4-2 (a.e.t.) (x)

Berlin

* Following the pitch invasion by a group of Peruvian fans near the end of the game and their attack on Austrian players, FIFA’s Jury of Appeal cancelled this game and decided a replay match two days later behind closed doors. Peru withdrew from the Games in disagreement with this ruling, and Austria received a w.o.

(x) Games played on 8-08-1936.

 

 

1/2 FINALS

(10-08-1936)

Italy - Norway

2-1 (a.e.t.)

Berlin

Poland - Austria

1-3 (x)

Berlin

(x) Game played on 11-08-1936.

 

 

PLACES 3 & 4

(13-08-1936)

Norway - Poland

3-2

Berlin

 

 

FINAL

STADIUM: Olympiastadion (Berlin)

DATE: 15-08-1936 (16:00 h)

ATTENDANCE: 85.000

REFEREE: Peco Bauwens (GER)

GOALS: 1-0 (Frossi 70’); 1-1 (K. Kainberger 79’); 2-1 (Frossi 92’)

Italia
Italy ITA - Austria AUT
2-1 (0-0;1-1)
Österreich

Italy (coach: Vittorio Pozzo)

Bruno Venturini

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Alfredo Foni (c)

Pietro Rava

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Giuseppe Baldo

Achille Piccini

Ugo Locatelli

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Annibale Frossi

Libero Marchini

Sergio Bertoni

Carlo Biagi

Francesco Gabriotti

Austria (coaches: Hugo Meisl / Jimmy Hogan)

Edi Kainberger (c)

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Ernst Künz

Martin Kargl

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Anton Krenn

Karl Wahlmüller

Max Hofmeister

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Walter Werginz

Adolf Laudon

Klement Steinmetz

Karl Kainberger

Franz Fuchsberger

 

 

FINAL STANDING

1.

Italy ITA

2.

Austria AUT

3.

Norway NOR

4.

Poland POL

5.

Peru ITA

6.

Germany GER

7.

Great Britain GBR

8.

Japan JAP

9.

Sweden SWE

10.

USA USA

11.

Egypt EGY

12.

China CHN

13.

Hungary HUN

14.

Finland FIN

15.

Turkey TUR

16.

Luxembourg LUX

 

 

CHAMPIONSHIP SQUAD

Bruno Venturini (ITA)

Alfredo Foni (ITA)

Martin Kargl (AUT)

Giuseppe Baldo (ITA)

Jørgen Juve (NOR)

Ewald Dytko (POL)

Annibale Frossi (ITA)

Lolo Fernández (PER)

Carlos Villanueva (PER)

Arne Brustad (NOR)

Gerard Wodarz (POL)

 

 

TOP SCORER: Annibale Frossi (ITA) - 7 goals

 

BEST PLAYER: Annibale Frossi (ITA)

   

 

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