Football at the 1912 Summer Olympics – Matches

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Football at the 1912 Summer Olympics was contested in a tournament of 11 football matches. Great Britain won gold medals, Denmark won silver medals and the Netherlands won bronze medals.

First round[edit]

Italy vs Finland[edit]

A Finnish player in dark jersey against Italy.
Italy Italy 2–3
(final score after 120 minutes)
Finland Finland
Manager: Italy Vittorio Pozzo

Team:
GK - Piero Campelli
DF - Angelo Binaschi
DF - Renzo de Vecchi
MF - Carlo de Marchi sub 46
MF - Giuseppe Milano (capt.)
MF - Pietro Leone
FW - Enea Zuffi
FW - Franco Bontadini
FW - Felice Berardo
FW - Enrico Sardi
FW - Edoardo Mariani


Substitutes:
MF - Vittorio Morelli di Popolo on 46


Scorers:
1–1 Franco Bontadini (10)
2–1 Enrico Sardi (25)

Half-time:
2–2

After 90 mins:
2–2

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(First round)

Date:
Saturday
June 29, 1912

Kick off:
11 a.m.

Venue:
Tranebergs Idrottsplats, Traneberg

Attendance:
600

Referee:
Hugo Meisl
Flag of the Habsburg Monarchy.svg AUT

Match rules:
90 minutes.
30 minutes extra-time if necessary.
Replay if scores still level.
Substitutions by mutual agreement.

Manager: none

Team:
GK - August Syrjäläinen
DF - Jalmari Holopainen
DF - Gösta Löfgren
MF - Knut Lund
MF - Eino Soinio (capt.)
MF - Kaarlo Soinio
FW - Ragnar Wickström off second half (*)
FW - Bror Wiberg
FW - Artturi Nyyssönen
FW - Jarl Öhman
FW - Algoth Niska


Substitutes:

none


Scorers:
0–1 Jarl Öhman (2)
2–2 Eino Soinio (40)
2–3 Bror Wiberg (105)

(*) NOTE: after being "pretty badly hurt in a collision"

Austria vs Germany[edit]

Austria in white jerseys against Germany.
Flag of the Habsburg Monarchy.svg Austria 5–1
(final score after 90 minutes)
Flag of the German Empire.svg Germany
Manager: none ÖFB committee

Team:
GK - Otto Noll
DF - Bernhard Graubart
DF - Ladislaus Kurpiel
MF - Josef Brandstätter
MF - Karl Braunsteiner
MF - Robert Cimera
FW - Ludwig Hussak (capt.)
FW - Alois Müller
FW - Johann Studnicka
FW - Robert Merz
FW - Leopold Neubauer


Substitutes:

none


Scorers:
1–1 Johann Studnicka (58)
2–1 Leopold Neubauer (62)
3–1 Robert Merz (75)
4–1 Robert Merz (81)
5–1 Robert Cimera (89)

Half-time:
0–1

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(First round)

Date:
Saturday
June 29, 1912

Kick off:
3 p.m.

Venue:
Idrottsplats Råsunda, Solna

Attendance:
2,000

Referee:
Herbert James Willing
Netherlands NED

Match rules:
90 minutes.
30 minutes extra-time if necessary.
Replay if scores still level.
Substitutions by mutual agreement.

Manager: none DFB committee

Team:
GK - Albert Weber off 60 (*)
DF - Helmut Röpnack
DF - Ernst Hollstein
MF - Georg Krogmann
MF - Max Breunig
MF - Hermann Bosch
FW - Karl Wegele
FW - Adolf Jäger (capt.)
FW - Willi Worpitzky
FW - Eugen Kipp
FW - Julius Hirsch


Substitutes:

none


Scorers:
0–1 Adolf Jäger (35)

(*) NOTE: Worpitzky replaced the injured goalkeeper

Netherlands vs Sweden[edit]

The Netherlands (white jerseys) vs. Sweden (dark jerseys). The Dutch keeper Göbel saves.
Netherlands Netherlands 4–3
(final score after 120 minutes)
Sweden Sweden
Manager: England Edgar Chadwick

Team:
GK - Just Göbel
DF - David Wijnveldt
DF - Constant Feith
MF - Nico de Wolf
MF - Bok de Korver
MF - Dirk Lotsy (capt.)
FW - Jan van Breda Kolff
FW - Huug de Groot
FW - Caesar ten Cate
FW - Jan Vos
FW - Nico Bouvy


Substitutes:

none


Scorers:
1–1 Nico Bouvy (28)
2–1 Jan Vos (43)
3–1 Nico Bouvy (52)
4–3 Jan Vos (91)

Half-time:
2–1

After 90 mins:
3–3

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(First round)

Date:
Saturday
June 29, 1912

Kick off:
7 p.m.

Venue:
Olympiastadion, Stockholm

Attendance:
14,000

Referee:
George Wagstaffe Simmons
England ENG

Match rules:
90 minutes.
30 minutes extra-time if necessary.
Replay if scores still level.
Substitutions by mutual agreement.

Manager: John Ohlson

Team:
GK - Josef Börjesson
DF - Jacob Levin
DF - Erik Bergström
MF - Ragnar Wicksell
MF - Gustav Sandberg
MF - Karl Gustafsson
FW - Herman Myhrberg (capt.)
FW - Ivar Swensson
FW - Erik Börjesson
FW - Helge Ekroth
FW - Karl Ansén


Substitutes:

none


Scorers:
0–1 Ivar Swensson (3)
3–2 Erik Börjesson (62, pen)
3–3 Ivar Swensson (80)

Second round[edit]

Finland vs Russia[edit]

Russia Finland 2–1
(final score after 90 minutes)
Russia Russia
Manager: none

Team:
GK - August Syrjäläinen
DF - Jalmari Holopainen
DF - Gösta Löfgren
MF - Knut Lund
MF - Eino Soinio (capt.)
MF - Viljo Lietola
FW - Ragnar Wickström
FW - Bror Wiberg
FW - Artturi Nyyssönen
FW - Jarl Öhman
FW - Algoth Niska


Substitutes:

none


Scorers:
1–0 Bror Wiberg (30)
2–1 Jarl Öhman (80)

Half-time:
1–0

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(Second round)

Date:
Sunday
June 30, 1912

Kick off:
10 a.m.

Venue:
Tranebergs Idrottsplats, Traneberg

Attendance:
300

Referee:
Per Sjöblom
Sweden SWE

Match rules:
90 minutes.
30 minutes extra-time if necessary.
Replay if scores still level.
Substitutions by mutual agreement.

Manager: Robert Fulda and Georgy Dyuperron

Team:
GK - Lev Favorsky
DF - Pyotr Sokolov
DF - Vladimir Markov
MF - Andrei Akimov
MF - Nikita Khromov
MF - Nikolai Kynin
FW - Mikhail Smirnov
FW - Aleksandr Filippov (capt.)
FW - Vasily Butusov
FW - Vasily Zhitarev
FW - Sergei Filippov


Substitutes:

none


Scorers:
1–1 Vasily Butusov (72)

England (GBR) vs Hungary[edit]

England in white jerseys and the Hungarian player in dark.
United Kingdom England (GBR) 7–0
(final score after 90 minutes)
Hungary Hungary
Manager: A. Birch

Team:
GK - Ronald Brebner
DF - Thomas Burn
DF - Arthur Knight
MF - Henry Littlewort
MF - Edward Hanney
MF - Joseph Dines
FW - Arthur Berry
FW - Vivian Woodward (capt.)
FW - Harold Walden
FW - Gordon Hoare
FW - Ivan Sharpe


Substitutes:

none


Scorers:
1–0 Harold Walden (21)
2–0 Harold Walden (23)
3–0 Vivian Woodward (45)
4–0 Harold Walden (49)
5–0 Harold Walden (53)
6–0 Harold Walden (55)
7–0 Harold Walden (85)

Half-time:
3–0

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(Second round)

Date:
Sunday
June 30, 1912

Kick off:
1.30 p.m.

Venue:
Idrottsplats Råsunda, Solna

Attendance:
8,000

Referee:
Christiaan Jacobus Groothoff
Netherlands NED

Match rules:
90 minutes.
30 minutes extra-time if necessary.
Replay if scores still level.
Substitutions by mutual agreement.

Manager: Hungary Ede Herczog

Team:
GK - László Domonkos
DF - Gyula Rumbold
DF - Imre Payer
MF - Gyula Bíró
MF - Jenő Károly (capt.)
MF - Antal Vágó
FW - Béla Sebestyén
FW - Sándor Bodnár
FW - Mihály Pataki
FW - Imre Schlosser
FW - Gáspár Borbás


Substitutes:

none


Scorers:
-

Denmark vs Norway[edit]

Denmark Denmark 7–0
(final score after 90 minutes)
Norway Norway
Manager: none

Team:
GK - Sophus Hansen
DF - Charles Buchwald
DF - Harald Hansen
MF - Ivar Lykke
MF - Nils Middelboe (capt.)
MF - Paul Berth
FW - Axel Petersen
FW - Sophus Nielsen
FW - Anthon Olsen
FW - Hjalmar Christoffersen
FW - Vilhelm Wolfhagen


Substitutes:

none


Scorers: (*)
1–0 Anthon Olsen (4)
2–0 Vilhelm Wolfhagen (25)
3–0 Nils Middelboe (37)
4–0 Sophus Nielsen (60)
5–0 Anthon Olsen (70)
6–0 Sophus Nielsen (85)
7–0 Anthon Olsen (88)

Half-time:
3–0

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(Second round)

Date:
Sunday
June 30, 1912

Kick off:
4.30 p.m.

Venue:
Idrottsplats Råsunda, Solna

Attendance:
700

Referee:
Ruben Gelbord
Sweden SWE

Match rules:
90 minutes.
30 minutes extra-time if necessary.
Replay if scores still level.
Substitutions by mutual agreement.

Manager: England James Vincent Hayes

Team:
GK - Ingolf Pedersen
DF - Per Skou
DF - Einar Friis Baastad
MF - Harald Johansen
MF - Charles Herlofson (capt.)
MF - Gunnar Andersen
FW - Henry Reinholdt
FW - Kristian Krefting
FW - Hans Endrerud
FW - Rolf Maartmann
FW - Erling Maartmann


Substitutes:

none


Scorers:
-

(*) NOTE: other sources report the goal scoring: 1–0 Anthon Olsen (4), 2–0 Nils Middelboe (25), 3–0 Vilhelm Wolfhagen (37), 4–0 Anthon Olsen (60), 5–0 Anthon Olsen (70), 6–0 Sophus Nielsen (85), 7–0 Sophus Nielsen (88)

Netherlands vs Austria[edit]

Netherlands Netherlands 3–1
(final score after 90 minutes)
Flag of the Habsburg Monarchy.svg Austria
Manager: England Edgar Chadwick

Team:
GK - Just Göbel
DF - David Wijnveldt
DF - Piet Bouman
MF - Ge Fortgens
MF - Joop Boutmy
MF - Dirk Lotsy (capt.)
FW - Jan van Breda Kolff
FW - Huug de Groot
FW - Caesar ten Cate
FW - Jan Vos
FW - Nico Bouvy


Substitutes:

none


Scorers:
1–0 Nico Bouvy (8)
2–0 Caesar ten Cate (12)
3–0 Jan Vos (30)

Half-time:
3–1

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(Second round)

Date:
Sunday
June 30, 1912

Kick off:
7 p.m.

Venue:
Idrottsplats Råsunda, Solna

Attendance:
7,000

Referee:
David Philip
Scotland SCO

Match rules:
90 minutes.
30 minutes extra-time if necessary.
Replay if scores still level.
Substitutions by mutual agreement.

Manager: none ÖFB committee

Team:
GK - Otto Noll
DF - Bernhard Graubart
DF - Ladislaus Kurpiel
MF - Josef Brandstätter
MF - Karl Braunsteiner
MF - Robert Cimera
FW - Ludwig Hussak (capt.)
FW - Alois Müller
FW - Johann Studnicka
FW - Robert Merz
FW - Leopold Neubauer


Substitutes:

none


Scorers:
3–1 Alois Müller (41)

Semi finals[edit]

England (GBR) vs Finland[edit]

England in white jerseys against the Finns.
United Kingdom England (GBR) 4–0
(final score after 90 minutes)
Russia Finland
Manager: A. Birch

Team:
GK - Ronald Brebner
DF - Thomas Burn
DF - Arthur Knight
MF - Henry Littlewort
MF - Harold Stamper
MF - Joseph Dines
FW - Gordon Wright
FW - Vivian Woodward (capt.)
FW - Harold Walden
FW - Gordon Hoare
FW - Ivan Sharpe


Substitutes:

none


Scorers:
1–0 Jalmari Holopainen (2, og)
2–0 Harold Walden (7)
3–0 Harold Walden (77)
4–0 Vivian Woodward (82)

Half-time:
2–0

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(Semi-finals)

Date:
Tuesday
July 2, 1912

Kick off:
3 p.m.

Venue:
Olympiastadion, Stockholm

Attendance:
4,000

Referee:
Ruben Gelbord
Sweden SWE

Match rules:
90 minutes.
30 minutes extra-time if necessary.
Replay if scores still level.
Substitutions by mutual agreement.

Manager: none

Team:
GK - August Syrjäläinen
DF - Jalmari Holopainen
DF - Gösta Löfgren
MF - Knut Lund
MF - Eino Soinio (capt.)
MF - Viljo Lietola
FW - Ragnar Wickström
FW - Bror Wiberg
FW - Artturi Nyyssönen
FW - Jarl Öhman
FW - Algoth Niska


Substitutes:

none


Scorers:
-

Denmark vs Netherlands[edit]

Denmark Denmark 4–1
(final score after 90 minutes)
Netherlands Netherlands
Manager: none

Team:
GK - Sophus Hansen
DF - Nils Middelboe (capt.)
DF - Harald Hansen
MF - Charles Buchwald
MF - Emil Jørgensen
MF - Paul Berth
FW - Oskar Nielsen
FW - Poul Nielsen off 60 (*)
FW - Anthon Olsen
FW - Sophus Nielsen
FW - Vilhelm Wolfhagen


Substitutes:

none


Scorers:
1–0 Emil Jørgensen (7)
2–0 Anthon Olsen (14)
3–0 Poul Nielsen (37)
4–1 Anthon Olsen (87)

Half-time:
3–0

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(Semi-finals)

Date:
Tuesday
July 2, 1912

Kick off:
7 p.m.

Venue:
Olympiastadion, Stockholm

Attendance:
6,000

Referee:
Ede Herczog
Hungary HUN

Match rules:
90 minutes.
30 minutes extra-time if necessary.
Replay if scores still level.
Substitutions by mutual agreement.

Manager: England Edgar Chadwick

Team:
GK - Just Göbel
DF - David Wijnveldt
DF - Piet Bouman
MF - Ge Fortgens
MF - Joop Boutmy
MF - Dirk Lotsy (capt.)
FW - Jan van Breda Kolff
FW - Huug de Groot
FW - Caesar ten Cate
FW - Jan Vos
FW - Nico Bouvy


Substitutes:

none


Scorers:
3–1 Harald Hansen (85, og)

(*) NOTE: knee injury

Bronze medal game[edit]

Netherlands vs Finland[edit]

Netherlands Netherlands 9–0
(final score after 90 minutes)
Russia Finland
Manager: England Edgar Chadwick

Team:
GK - Just Göbel
DF - David Wijnveldt
DF - Constant Feith
MF - Nico de Wolf
MF - Joop Boutmy
MF - Dirk Lotsy (capt.)
FW - Jan van Breda Kolff
FW - Huug de Groot
FW - Jan van der Sluis
FW - Jan Vos
FW - Nico Bouvy


Substitutes:

none


Scorers:
1–0 Jan van der Sluis (24)
2–0 Huug de Groot (28)
3–0 Jan Vos (29)
4–0 Jan Vos (43)
5–0 Jan Vos (46)
6–0 Jan van der Sluis (57)
7–0 Jan Vos (74)
8–0 Jan Vos (78)
9–0 Huug de Groot (86)

Half-time:
4–0

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(Bronze medal match)

Date:
Thursday
July 4, 1912

Kick off:
3 p.m.

Venue:
Idrottsplats Råsunda, Solna

Attendance:
1,000

Referee:
Per Sjöblom
Sweden SWE

Match rules:
90 minutes.
30 minutes extra-time if necessary.
Replay if scores still level.
Substitutions by mutual agreement.

Manager: none

Team:
GK - August Syrjäläinen
DF - Jalmari Holopainen
DF - Gösta Löfgren
MF - Knut Lund
MF - Eino Soinio (capt.)
MF - Viljo Lietola
FW - Lauri Tanner
FW - Bror Wiberg
FW - Artturi Nyyssönen
FW - Jarl Öhman
FW - Algoth Niska


Substitutes:

none


Scorers:
-

Final[edit]

England (GBR) vs Denmark[edit]

United Kingdom England (GBR) 4–2
(final score after 90 minutes)
Denmark Denmark
Manager: A. Birch

Team:
GK - Ronald Brebner
DF - Thomas Burn
DF - Arthur Knight
MF - Douglas McWhirter
MF - Henry Littlewort
MF - Joseph Dines
FW - Arthur Berry
FW - Vivian Woodward (capt.)
FW - Harold Walden
FW - Gordon Hoare
FW - Ivan Sharpe


Substitutes:

none


Scorers:
1–0 Harold Walden (10)
2–0 Gordon Hoare (22)
3–1 Gordon Hoare (41)
4–1 Arthur Berry (43)

Half-time:
4–1

Competition:
Olympic tournament
(Final)

Date:
Thursday
July 4, 1912

Kick off:
7 p.m.

Venue:
Olympiastadion, Stockholm

Attendance:
25,000

Referee:
Christiaan Jacobus Groothoff
Netherlands NED

Match rules:
90 minutes.
30 minutes extra-time if necessary.
Replay if scores still level.
Substitutions by mutual agreement.

Manager: none

Team:
GK - Sophus Hansen
DF - Nils Middelboe (capt.)
DF - Harald Hansen
MF - Charles Buchwald off 30
MF - Emil Jørgensen
MF - Paul Berth
FW - Oskar Nielsen
FW - Axel Thufason
FW - Anthon Olsen
FW - Sophus Nielsen
FW - Vilhelm Wolfhagen


Substitutes:

none


Scorers:
2–1 Anthon Olsen (27)
4–2 Anthon Olsen (81)

(*) NOTE: hand injury