1964 in association football
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The following are the football (soccer) events of the year 1964 throughout the world.
- The Estadio Nacional disaster in Peru claims the lives of 328 fans.
- SC Cambuur founded
- Copa Libertadores won by Independiente after defeating Nacional on an aggregate score of 1-0.
- September 16 – Dutch club DWS from Amsterdam makes its European debut by defeating Turkey's Fenerbahçe (3-1) in the first round of the European Cup, with two goals from Frans Geurtsen.
- September 23 – Fortuna '54 from Sittard makes its European debut by losing to Italy's Torino (3-1) in the first round of the Cup Winners Cup. The only goal for the Dutch side is scored by the later coach Spitz Kohn.
Winners club national championship
- Argentina: Boca Juniors
- Brazil: Santos
- Chile: Universidad de Chile
- England: Liverpool
- Italy: Bologna FC
- Paraguay: Club Guaraní
- Scotland: Rangers
- Spain: Real Madrid
- Turkey: Fenerbahçe
- West Germany: 1. FC Köln
- 1964 British Home Championship (October 12, 1963 – April 11, 1964)
- 1964 Taça de Nações (May 30 – June 7, 1964)
- UEFA European Football Championship in Spain (June 17–21 1964)
- Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan (October 11–23 1964)
- January 8 – José Luis Carranza (Peruvian footballer)
- January 24 – Abraham Nava (Mexican footballer)
- March 5 – Gerald Vanenburg (Dutch international footballer)
- March 17 – Stefano Borgonovo (Italian footballer) (d. 2013)
- June 22 – Nico Jalink (Dutch footballer)
- June 30 – Ryszard Kraus (Polish international footballer) (d. 2013)
- July 30 – Jürgen Klinsmann (German international footballer and manager)
- August 5 – Raimonds Laizāns (Latvian footballer)
- August 20 – Giuseppe Giannini (Italian footballer)
- October 25 – Johan de Kock (Dutch footballer)
- October 31 – Marco van Basten (Dutch international footballer)
- November 11 – Miguel Sanabria (Paraguayan footballer)
- November 12 – Thomas Berthold (German international footballer)
- November 24 – Hendrie Krüzen (Dutch footballer)
- December 9 – Blas Cristaldo (Paraguayan footballer)
- December 13 – Dieter Eilts (German international footballer and manager)
- October 6 – Pietro Serantoni, Italian midfielder, winner of the 1938 FIFA World Cup. (57 ; Brain tumor).
- December 13 – Pedro Petrone, Uruguayan striker, winner of the 1930 FIFA World Cup and topscorer of the 1931–32 Serie A and 1924 Summer Olympics. (59)
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