Football at the 1964 Summer Olympics

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Football at the 1964 Summer Olympics
Tournament details
Host country Japan
Dates October 11-October 23
Teams 14 (from 6 confederations)
Venue(s) (in 4 host cities)
Final positions
Champions  Hungary
Runners-up  Czechoslovakia
Third place  East Germany
Tournament statistics
Matches played 29
Goals scored 123 (4.24 per match)
1960
1968

The football competition at the 1964 Summer Olympics started on October 11 and ended on October 23. Only one event, the men's tournament, was contested.

Qualification[edit]

Regional qualifying tournaments were held. A riot in Lima during the decisive PeruArgentina match resulted in 328 deaths.[1]

Tournament[edit]

16 teams qualified and were divided into 4 groups:

Two best teams of each group competed in the quarter-finals.

Italy and Korea D.P.R. withdrew: Italy because their team was not amateur, and North Korea because some Koreans were prevented from playing.

The football tournament was held in six venues:

Unofficial Consolation Round was held in two venues:

Medalists[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze
 Hungary  Czechoslovakia  Germany*
Ferenc Bene
Tibor Csernai
János Farkas
József Gelei
Kálmán Ihász
Sándor Katona
Imre Komora
Ferenc Nógrádi
Dezső Novák
Árpád Orbán
Károly Palotai
Antal Szentmihályi
Gusztáv Szepesi
Zoltán Varga
Jan Brumovský
Ludovít Cvetler
Ján Geleta
František Knebort
Karel Knesl
Karel Lichtnégl
Vojtech Masný
Štefan Matlák
Ivan Mráz
Karel Nepomucký
Zdeněk Pičman
František Schmucker
Anton Švajlen
Anton Urban
František Valošek
Josef Vojta
Vladimír Weiss
Gerd Backhaus
Wolfgang Barthels
Bernd Bauchspieß
Gerhard Körner
Otto Fräßdorf
Henning Frenzel
Dieter Engelhardt
Herbert Pankau
Manfred Geisler
Jürgen Heinsch
Klaus Lisiewicz
Jürgen Nöldner
Peter Rock
Klaus-Dieter Seehaus
Hermann Stöcker
Werner Unger
Klaus Urbanczyk
Eberhard Vogel
Manfred Walter
Horst Weigang

Note: Only players from the East Germany represented the joint Olympic team of East and West Germany.

Squads[edit]

First round[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Germany 3 2 1 0 7 1 +6 5
 Romania 3 2 1 0 5 2 +3 5
 Mexico 3 0 1 2 2 6 −4 1
 Iran 3 0 1 2 1 6 −5 1
October 11, 1964
12:00
Romania  3 – 1  Mexico
Creiniceanu Goal 20'
Pârcălab Goal 33'
Ionescu Goal 47'
Report Fragoso Goal 73'
Omiya Park Soccer Stadium, Omiya, Saitama

Referee: Yokohama (JPN)

Attendance: 12,932

October 11, 1964
12:00
Germany  4 – 0  Iran
Bauchspieß Goal 7'
Vogel Goal 20' Goal 63'
Frenzel Goal 44'
Report
Mitsuzawa Soccer Stadium, Yokohama, Kanagawa

Referee: De Queiroz (BRA)

Attendance: 12.671

October 13, 1964
12:00
Iran  1 – 1  Mexico
Nirlou Goal 59' Report González Goal 54'
Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium, Shinjuku, Tokyo

Referee: Wontumi (GHA)

Attendance: 15,938

October 13, 1964
13:00
Germany  1 – 1  Romania
Frenzel Goal 22' Report Pavlovici Goal 27'
Komazawa Stadium, Setagaya, Tokyo

Referee: Korelus (TCH)

Attendance: 18,970

October 15, 1964
12:00
Germany  2 – 0  Mexico
Barthels Goal 37'
Nölder Goal 66'
Report
Mitsuzawa Soccer Stadium, Yokohama, Kanagawa

Referee: De Silva (MAS)

Attendance: 12,814

October 15, 1964
12:00
Romania  1 – 0  Iran
Pavlovici Goal 26' Report
Omiya Park Soccer Stadium, Omiya, Saitama

Referee: Comesana (ARG)

Attendance: 13,026

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Hungary 2 2 0 0 12 5 +7 4
 Yugoslavia 2 1 0 1 8 7 +1 2
 Morocco 2 0 0 2 1 9 −8 0
 North Korea Withdrew
October 11, 1964
13:00
Hungary  6 – 0  Morocco
Bene Goal 13'38' (pen.)70'74'78'87' Report

October 13, 1964
12:00
Yugoslavia  3 – 1  Morocco
Samardžić Goal 8'
Belin Goal 12'59'
Report Bouachra Goal 2'
Mitsuzawa Soccer Stadium, Yokohama, Kanagawa
Attendance: 12,675
Referee: Imam (UAE)

October 15, 1964
13:00
Hungary  6 – 5  Yugoslavia
Csernai Goal 5'11'44'63' (pen.)
Farkas Goal 18'
Bene Goal 25' (pen.)
Report Osim Goal 1'82'
Belin Goal 12'35'
Zambata Goal 31'
Komazawa Stadium, Setagaya, Tokyo
Attendance: 19,316
Referee: Fukushima (Japan)

Group C[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Czechoslovakia 3 3 0 0 12 2 +10 6
 United Arab Republic 3 1 1 1 12 6 +6 3
 Brazil 3 1 1 1 5 2 3 3
 South Korea 3 0 0 3 1 20 −19 0
October 12, 1964
12:00
Brazil  1 – 1  United Arab Republic
Roberto Goal 10' Report Shanin Goal 90'
Komazawa Stadium, Setagaya, Tokyo

Referee: Glöckner (GDR)

Attendance: 16,450

October 12, 1964
13:00
Czechoslovakia  6 – 1  South Korea
Lichtnégl Goal 25'
Vojta Goal 26'
Mráz Goal 32'68'
Masný Goal 43'71'
Report Lee Yi-Woo Goal 59'
Omiya Park Soccer Stadium, Omiya, Saitama

Referee: Valenzuela (MEX)

Attendance: 12,943

October 14, 1964
12:00
Czechoslovakia  5 – 1  United Arab Republic
Vojta Goal 5'27'
Urban Goal 36'
Mráz Goal 83'
Cvetler Goal 84'
Report Riad Goal 53'
Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium, Shinjuku, Tokyo

Referee: Zsolt (HUN)

Attendance: 15,903

October 14, 1964
12:00
Brazil  4 – 0  South Korea
Zé Roberto Goal 30'
Elizeu Goal 44'54'
Roberto Goal 73'
Report
Mitsuzawa Soccer Stadium, Yokohama, Kanagawa

Referee: Boukkili (MAR)

Attendance: 12,672

October 16, 1964
12:00
United Arab Republic  10 – 0  South Korea
Riad Goal 14'17'40'48'72'77'
Mohamed Goal 50'
Elfanagili Goal 61'
Etman Goal 66'
Hassan Goal 78'
Report
Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium, Shinjuku, Tokyo

Referee: Glöckner (GDR)

Attendance: 16,039

October 16, 1964
13:00
Czechoslovakia  1 – 0  Brazil
Valošek Goal 77' Report
Omiya Park Soccer Stadium, Omiya, Saitama

Referee: Tehrani (IRN)

Attendance: 13,120

Group D[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Ghana 2 1 1 0 4 3 +1 3
 Japan 2 1 0 1 5 5 0 2
 Argentina 2 0 1 1 3 4 −1 1
 Italy Withdrew

Italian team withdrew.

October 12, 1964
12:00
Argentina  1 – 1  Ghana
Bulla Goal 26' Report E. Acquah Goal 80'
Mitsuzawa Soccer Stadium, Yokohama, Kanagawa

Referee: Ashkenazi (ISR)

Attendance: 12,452

October 14, 1964
13:00
Japan  3 – 2  Argentina
Sugiyama Goal 54'
Kawabuchi Goal 81'
Ogi Goal 82'
Report Domínguez Goal 24'62'
Komazawa Stadium, Setagaya, Tokyo

Referee: Skoric (YUG)

Attendance: 19,049

October 16, 1964
14:00
Japan  2 – 3  Ghana
Sugiyama Goal 12'
Yaegashi Goal 52'
Report Agyemang Goal 27'
S. Acquah Goal 69'
Fulaiteh Goal 80'
Komazawa Stadium, Setagaya, Tokyo

Referee: Nitescu (ROU)

Attendance:

Quarter-finals[edit]

October 18, 1964
12:00
Germany  1 – 0  Yugoslavia
Frenzel Goal 1' Report
Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium, Shinjuku, Tokyo

Referee: De Silva (MAS)

Attendance: 15,767

October 18, 1964
12:00
Hungary  2 – 0  Romania
Csernai Goal 2'84' (pen.) Report
Mitsuzawa Soccer Stadium, Yokohama, Kanagawa

Referee: Ashkenazi (ISR)

Attendance: 12,841

October 18, 1964
12:00
United Arab Republic  5 – 1  Ghana
Badawi Goal 42'61'
Riad Goal 65'
Elfanagili Goal 69'85'
Report Mfum Goal 37'
Omiya Park Soccer Stadium, Omiya, Saitama

Referee: Glöckner (GDR)

Attendance: 13,121

October 18, 1964
12:00
Czechoslovakia  4 – 0  Japan
Brumovský Goal 43'59'
Vojta Goal 69' (pen.)
Mráz Goal 86'
Report
Komazawa Stadium, Setagaya, Tokyo

Referee: De Queiroz (BRA)

Attendance: 18,940

Semi-finals[edit]

October 20, 1964
12:00
Hungary  6 – 0  United Arab Republic
Bene Goal 7'20'66'77'
Komora Goal 29'58'
Report

October 20, 1964
12:00
Czechoslovakia  2 – 1  Germany
Lichtnégl Goal 47'
Mráz Goal 89'
Report Nölder Goal 25'
Komazawa Stadium, Setagaya, Tokyo

Referee: Ashkenazi (ISR)

Attendance: 19,435

Bronze Medal match[edit]

October 23, 1964
12:00
Germany  3 – 1  United Arab Republic
Frenzel Goal 17'
Vogel Goal 48'
Stöcker Goal 56'
Report Attia Goal 75' (pen.)
Olympic Stadium, Tokyo

Referee: Yokohama (JPN)

Attendance: 65,610

Gold Medal match[edit]

October 23, 1964
13:00
Hungary  2 – 1  Czechoslovakia
Weiss Goal 47' (o.g.)
Bene Goal 59'
Report Brumovský Goal 80'
Olympic Stadium, Tokyo

Referee: Ashkenazi (ISR)

Attendance: 65,610

First Consolation Round[edit]

Played by losing quarter-finalists.

October 20, 1964
12:00
Japan  1 – 6  Yugoslavia
Kamamoto Goal 61' Report Zambata Goal 3'5'43'63'
Osim Goal 28'60'
Nagai Stadium, Osaka

Referee: Imam (UAE)

Attendance: 20,000
October 20, 1964
12:00
Romania  4 – 2  Ghana
Pavlovici Goal 12'19'74'
Creiniceanu Goal 41'
Report Fulaiteh Goal 25'44'
Nishikyogoku Athletic Stadium, Kyoto

Referee: De Silva (MAS)

Attendance: 10,000

Consolation Final (5th place match)[edit]

October 22, 1964
12:00
Romania  3 – 0  Yugoslavia
Pavlovici Goal 50'
Pârcălab Goal 52'
Constantin Goal 78'
Report
Nagai Stadium, Osaka

Referee: Zsolt (HUN)

Attendance: 10,000

Brackets[edit]

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
  United Arab Republic 5
  Ghana 1
  United Arab Republic 0
  Hungary 6
  Hungary 2
  Romania 0
  Hungary 2
  Czechoslovakia 1
  Czechoslovakia 4
  Japan 0
  Czechoslovakia 2 Third place
  Germany 1
  Germany 1   Germany 3
  Yugoslavia 0   United Arab Republic 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ Edwards, Piers (2014-05-23). "Lima 1964: The world's worst stadium disaster". bbc.co.uk. Retrieved 2014-05-25. 

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