1954 – Switzerland

World Cup 1954 Final

1954 World Cup champion: The German team with captain Fritz Walter holding the Jules Rimet trophy with behind him Horst Eckel

World Cup 1954 Facts

World Cup 1954 Poster

1954 World Cup poster

  • Date: 16 June – 4 July
  • Final: Hungary – West Germany 2-3
  • 3rd place: Uruguay – Austria 1-3
  • Teams: 16
  • Stadiums: 6
  • Host cities: 6
  • Matches played: 26
  • Goals: 140
  • Attendance: 889,500
  • Top scorer: Sándor Kocsis (Hungary) (11 goals)

World Cup 1954 Background

On July 26 1946 in Luxembourg City, Brazil was chosen as the 1950 World Cup host. On that same day it was also announced that Switzerland would host the 1953 World Cup. Although 1 day after, in addition to the 1950 World Cup, the 1953 World Cup was pushed back 1 year as well. This meant the 5th World Cup would be hosted in the year 1954.

Also for this World Cup, Switzerland was the only country to place a bid to host the 2nd World Cup in the 50s. Switzerland was a great option due to being neutral during World War II and the fact that the FIFA organisation, located in Switzerland, was celebrating its 50th anniversary.

World Cup 1954 Background

6 host cities in Switzerland

World Cup 1954 Participants

45 countries entered the qualification rounds but only 16 places were available for the 1954 World Cup.

2 of the 16 places were allocated automatically to Uruguay (previous World Cup winner) and Switzerland, the 1954 World Cup host.

11 places for Europe excluding Switzerland were allocated to the following countries: Yugoslavia, Austria, France, Turkey, Hungary, Scotland, England, Czechoslovakia, Italy, Belgium and West Germany. Both Scotland and Turkey qualified for the first time. Austria qualified for the first time since 1934.

Germany split up after World War II. West Germany was able to qualify again after having being banned from the 1950 World Cup. Germany would play as West Germany and East Germany now and would continue to do so till the 1990 World Cup.

1 place for South America excluding Uruguay was allocated to country Brazil.

For the first time in World Cup history, South American countries finally played qualification matches. In all 4 previous World Cups, South American countries qualified without any matches played due to withdrawals.

1 place for North/Central America and Caribbean was allocated to country Mexico.

1 place for Asia was allocated to country South Korea which qualified for the first time.

World Cup 1954 Match Ball

1954 World Cup match ball “Swiss World Champion” – First ball which doesn’t have brown coloured leather

World Cup 1954 Pools

The 1955 World Cup also used a unique format like in previous World Cups. Again there were 4 pools with each pool containing 4 countries. However, unlike the round-robin format, where the pool teams needed to play against each other, only 4 matches had to be played per pool. Normally when the teams play all the other teams in the pool, a total of 6 matches would have been played. However with this unique format, 2 seeded teams had to play against 2 unseeded teams: a total of 4 matches.

The 2nd interesting fact about this unique format is that from the First Round on, 30 minutes of extra time had to be played when a match ends in a draw. Only when the score is still a draw after the 30 minutes extra time, the match ends officially in a draw.

This is the first World Cup where 2 teams would advance to the Quarter-Finals. If the number 1 and number 2 teams of a pool contain equal points, lots would be drawn to decide which team will occupy the number 1 spot. If number 2 and 3 contain equal points, an extra match (play-off) had to be played to decide which team would progress to the Quarter-Finals.

The 3rd interesting fact about this format is that in the Quarter-Finals, the number 1 team of each pool had to play against each other and the number 2 teams against each other. In all the future World Cups, the number 1 team of a pool has to play against the number 2 team of another pool.

In the Quarter-Finals and Semi-Finals, when a match ended in a draw after 120 minutes, a lot would be drawn to decide the winner. In the Final, this would only occur if a replay match ends in a draw.  From this World Cup on, there would always be a match for the third place in each upcoming World Cup.

The 4 1954 World Cup pools contained each exactly 4 teams, which was the first time this happened in World Cup history. In the 1934 World Cup there were also 16 teams participating, but they weren’t divided into pools. From this tournament on, 16 teams would participate in a World Cup which would only change 28 years later, in the 1982 World Cup in Spain.

The 8 seeded teams which were based on world rankings were: Austria, Brazil, England, France, Hungary, Italy, Turkey and Uruguay. These teams were put together with the ‘lower’ unseeded teams.

The seeded teams for the 1954 World Cup were already established before the qualification matches ended. This was never done before. Spain was selected as a seed country. Surprisingly however, they lost to Turkey because of straws which had to be drawn. It was a small boy with the name Luigi Franco Gemma who picked a straw with his eyes blindfolded. Since Turkey won the draw, they were selected as a seed country and not Spain.

The pools were as followed:

Pool 1Pool 2Pool 3Pool 4
West Germany
South Korea
World Cup 1954 Logo

1954 World Cup logo: The first World Cup logo

World Cup 1954 Stadiums

The following 6 cities and 6 stadiums were used in Switzerland:

St. Jakob-Stadion
Location: Basel
Opened: 1954
Capacity: 51,500
Matches: 6
Status: Replaced by St. Jakob-Park in 1998 which became the biggest stadium in Switzerland
Stadion Wankdorf
Location: Bern
Opened: 1925
Capacity: 64,000
Matches: 5
Status: Demolished in 2001 to make space for the Stade de Suisse
Stade des Charmilles
Location: Geneva
Opened: 1930
Capacity: 9,250
Matches: 4
Status: Closed down in 2002 before Stade de Genève opened
Stade Olympique de la Pontaise
Location: Lausanne
Opened: 1904
Capacity: 54,000
Matches: 5
Status: Renovated in 1954 and is currently a multi-purpose stadium
Stadio di Cornaredo
Location: Lugano
Opened: 1951
Capacity: 15,000
Matches: 1
Status: Renovated in 2011 and is currently a multi-purpose stadium
Location: Zürich
Opened: 1929
Capacity: 27,500
Matches: 5
Status: Renovated at least 4 times before being demolished in 2008 to make space for Stadion Zürich, which is planned for 2014/15

World Cup 1954 Schedule

Pool 1 matches
Date Home Team Results Away Team
16 June Yugoslavia 1:0 (1:0) France
16 June Brazil 5:0 (4:0) Mexico
19 June Brazil 1:1 a.e.t. (1:1, 0:0) Yugoslavia
19 June France 3:2 (1:0) Mexico
Pool 1 results
TeamPlayedWonDrawLostGoals ForGoals AgainstPoints
Pool 2 matches
Date Home Team Results Away Team
17 June Germany FR 4:1 (1:1) Turkey
17 June Hungary 9:0 (4:0) Korea Republic
20 June Hungary 8:3 (3:1) Germany FR
20 June Turkey 7:0 (4:0) Korea Republic
23 June Germany FR 7:2 (3:1) Turkey
Pool 2 results
TeamPlayedWonDrawLostGoals ForGoals AgainstPoints
Germany FR320114114
Korea Republic20020160
Pool 3 matches
Date Home Team Results Away Team
16 June Austria 1:0 (1:0) Scotland
16 June Uruguay 2:0 (0:0) Czechoslovakia
19 June Uruguay 7:0 (2:0) Scotland
19 June Austria 5:0 (4:0) Czechoslovakia
Pool 3 results
TeamPlayedWonDrawLostGoals ForGoals AgainstPoints
Pool 4 matches
Date Home Team Results Away Team
17 June Switzerland 2:1 (1:1) Italy
17 June England 4:4 a.e.t. (3:3, 2:1) Belgium
20 June Italy 4:1 (1:0) Belgium
20 June England 2:0 (1:0) Switzerland
23 June Switzerland 4:1 (1:0) Italy
Pool 4 results
TeamPlayedWonDrawLostGoals ForGoals AgainstPoints
Date Home Team Results Away Team
26 June Austria 7:5 (5:4) Switzerland
26 June Uruguay 4:2 (2:1) England
27 June Hungary 4:2 (2:1) Brazil
27 June Germany FR 2:0 (1:0) Yugoslavia
Date Home Team Results Away Team
30 June Hungary 4:2 a.e.t. (2:2, 1:0) Uruguay
30 June Germany FR 6:1 (1:0) Austria
Match for third place
Date Home Team Results Away Team
03 July Austria 3:1 (1:1) Uruguay
Date Home Team Results Away Team
04 July Germany FR 3:2 (2:2) Hungary

*On a side note: Switzerland is stated as the number 1 team of pool 4. This is because they had to play an extra play-off against Italy which Switzerland has won. It is England however, who is considered as the number 1 team and therefore had to play against the number 1 team of pool 3: Uruguay.

World Cup 1954 Memorable Matches

Pool Matches

Pool 1

Brazil – Yugoslavia 1-1
Stade Olympique de la Pontaise, Lausanne – attendance: 40,000

Brazil and Yugoslavia met once again, as was the case in both the 1930 and 1950 World Cups. Brasil lost the first match and won the 2nd match. This match ended in a draw. Brazil was the seeded team and Yugoslavia the unseeded team. Branko Zebec scored for Yugoslavia and Didi scored for Brazil. Seeded team France lost against Yugoslavia and therefore it was Yugoslavia to advance to the Quarter-Finals together with Brazil. Mexico lost both matches. Brazil and Yugoslavia had both 3 points but it was Brazil to top the pool due to the drawing of lots.

Pool 2

Hungary – West Germany 8-3
St. Jakob Stadium, Basel – attendance: 65,000

Hungary the seeded team was playing against the B team of West Germany the unseeded team. This means that not the best players of West Germany were playing this match. Hungary won with an impressive 8-3, making the world think they would easily beat West Germany in the Final. Forward Sándor Kocsis scored 4 goals. He became the first player to have scored 2 hat-tricks in a World Cup. His first hat-trick was scored against South Korea. Other Hungarian players who scored were Ferenc Puskás (the Galloping Major), Nándor Hidegkuti and József Tóth. The players Alfred Pfaff, Helmut Rahn (Der Boss) and Richard Herrmann scored for Germany. It was also this match where Werner Liebrich tackled Hungarian Ferenc Puskás fiercely, resulting in missing all the upcoming matches except for the Final against West Germany. Both countries ended up advancing to the Quarter-Finals. But while Hungary topped the pool, West Germany had to play a play-off against Turkey. Both teams had 2 points but West Germany crushed Turkey with 7-2 in this play-off and therefore finished 2nd in the pool.

Pool 3

Uruguay – Scotland 7-0
St. Jakob Stadium, Basel – attendance: 43,000

Seeded country Uruguay played their 2nd World Cup match against unseeded country Scotland after having won the 1950 World Cup. They ended the first round well by scoring 7 goals. Carlos Borges scored a hat-trick. 5 goals of the 7 were scored in the 2nd half. Óscar Míguez and Julio Abbadie scored each 2 goals. Uruguay advanced with ease to the Quarter-Finals where they encountered England. Uruguay did have the same amount of points as Austria, so lots needed to be drawn. Uruguay topped the pool and Austria finished 2nd and encountered Switzerland in the Quarter-Finals.

Pool 4

England – Belgium 4-4
St. Jakob Stadium, Basel – attendance: 40,000

This was England’s 2nd World Cup after having lost the infamous 1950 World Cup pool match against USA. They were the seeded team and Belgium the unseeded team. The match however ended in a draw. 2 goals were scored in extra time, and both were scored by an English player. Nat Lofthouse scored for England and Jimmy Dickinson scored an own  goal. This is the first and only own goal so far in World Cup history which was scored in extra time. In normal time Ivor Broadis (2x) and Nat Lofthouse scored for England. Léopold Anoul (2x) and Henri Coppens scored for Belgium. Belgium lost to Italy as well and didn’t advance in the tournament. Neither did Italy by the way. Italy and Switzerland had the same amount of points and had to play a play-off as was the case in pool 2. It was Switzerland that won this play-off with 4-1. England already topped the pool and advanced together with Switzerland.


Austria – Switzerland 7-5
Stade Olympique de la Pontaise, Lausanne – attendance: 35,000

This match became memorable since the highest amount of goals were scored off all World Cup matches: 12 goals in total. It was Switzerland, which ensured Italy was eliminated from this tournament, that scored the first 3 goals in 20 minutes after kick-off. They were scored by Robert Ballaman and Josef Hügi (2x). However, the score of 0-3 lasted only for 6 minutes. In the next 3 minutes, 3 goals were scored by Austrian strikers Theodor Wagner (2x) and Robert Körner. The score became 3-3 but not for long. For Switzerland both Robert Ballaman and Josef Hügi scored each 1 more goal. For Austria Theodor Wagner and Robert Körner scored each 1 more goal as well. Midfielder Ernst Ocwirk and striker Erich Probst ensured the score ended in 7-5 for Austria.

Hungary – Brazil 4-2 (Battle of Berne)
Wankdorf Stadium, Bern – attendance: 60,000

As was the case in the 1938 World Cup, Brazil was involved in a highly aggressive match. This match is considered as one of the most violent matches in World Cup history, which goes by the name The Battle of Berne. People were expecting a lot from the attractive playing Brazilians and the strong unbeatable Hungarians who have scored 17 goals in total so far in the tournament. But the match wasn’t played as peacefully as one thought it would be played. The match started normally with the first 2 goal scored in 10 minutes by Hungarians Nándor Hidegkuti and Sándor Kocsis. It was right back Djalma Santos who scored a penalty for Brazil resulting in a 2-1 score. But in the 2nd half, after Hungarian defender Mihály Lantos changed the score into 3-1, the Brazilians started to be upset together with journalists and officials. After the score, the fouls and tackles were increasing fast and became more violent. 3 players were sent off. Juninho was able to score the 3-2, but it was Sándor Kocsis again to score the last goal of the match: 4-2. The fight between both teams even continued in the dressing room but it wasn’t only the players who were fighting. The fans and officials were participating as well and the police had to intervene.


Hungary – Uruguay 4-2
Stade Olympique de la Pontaise, Lausanne – attendance: 37,000

This match is considered as 1 of the most exciting matches of the tournament. Uruguay which eliminated England in their previous match, had to beat Hungary in this Semi-Final. Uruguay had never lost a World Cup match yet so it was obvious the match would be highly entertaining. The score was 2-2 after 90 minutes. Zoltán Czibor and Nándor Hidegkuti  scored for Hungary the first 2 goals of the match. Uruguayan Juan Hohberg (2x) made sure the score was tied in the final 15 minutes. However, Hungarian Sándor Kocsis scored his first goal of the match in extra time and his 2nd goal 5 minutes later. With his last goal Kocsis became the 1954 World Cup top scorer with 11 goals in total. The match ended in a final score of 4-2 and Uruguay lost their first World Cup match.

West Germany – Austria 6-1
St. Jakob Stadium, Basel – attendance: 58,000

West Germany reached the Semi-Final with more ease than Hungary. Even the Semi-Final was won smoothly in comparison to Hungary. Their opponent was Austria and it was the first time they played against each other. In the 1938 World Cup Austrian players played for the German team when Austria united with Germany before World War II. West Germany showed in this match clear superiority in football by goal scorers Hans Schäfer, Max Morlock and the brothers Fritz Walter (2x penalties) and Ottmar Walter (2x). Striker Erich Probst scored the only goal for Austria. West Germany entered the Final for the very first time.

World Cup 1954 Final

The Final: Hungary against West Germany. This was 1 of those World Cup’s Finals where everyone knew for sure who the 1954 World Cup champion would become: Hungary of course. Their team was also named the Golden Team and Magical or Mighty Magyars. Why there was absolutely no doubt Hungary would beat West Germany easily? Here are some impressive reasons why:

  • The Golden Team was unbeaten for 32 games in a row
  • The Golden Team were Olympic champions
  • The Golden Team won the 1953 Central European International Cup
  • The Golden Team won each 1954 World Cup match with at least 4 goals scored
  • The Golden Team was made up of players playing in professional clubs
  • The German team was made up of amateur players

But speaking of a G O O D reason why people were expecting for the Golden Team of Hungary to win against West Germany is the fact that they encountered each other already in the First Round. Hungary crushed West Germany with an impressive score of 8-3 in their first match!

Hungary entered the Final for the 2nd time after having lost the 1938 World Cup Final. For West Germany this was their first World Cup Final. The loss against Hungary in the pool stage was the only match lost.

World Cup 1954 Final

The 1954 German team

So on the 4th of July, in the Wankdorf Stadion in Bern on a rainy day, the Final finally started. Around 60.000 people were in the stadium to watch the match. This time West Germany had their best players on the field, unlike their previous match against Hungary. The team was using special football boots produced by Adidas which were adaptable to any kind of weather. Hungarian captain Ferenc Puskás, also called the Galloping Major, was back on the field after having missed 2 matches due to injury. He wasn’t in his best form though.

World Cup 1954 Final

Captains Fritz Walter from Germany and Ferenc Puskás from Hungary shaking hands

Within 10 minutes after the start of the first half of the Final, 2 goals were scored by Hungary. 1 goal was scored by captain Ferenc Puskás (6′) and the 2nd goal was scored by Zoltán Czibor (8′). Hungary was feeling the rhythm and started to warm up properly. It became obvious West Germany will be crushed as has happened in their first 1954 World Cup encounter in the First Round.

Surprisingly and apparently, West Germany remained mentally strong and changed the score quickly after 2 minutes. German Max Morlock scored the first goal (10′) for West Germany and Helmut Rahn the 2nd goal 8 minutes later (18′). The score was 2-2 now and both teams were unable to score until the 86th minute of the match. It was German Helmut Rahn again who scored the final goal of the match: 2-3. Ferenc Puskás did make a controversial goal 2 minutes before the end of the match, however according to the linesman the goal was off-side.

World Cup 1954 Final

Photograph of the Final in front of Stade de Suisse (before Stadion Wankdorf)

No one believed what just happened: Hungary finally lost a match. Not just a match, it was the 1954 World Cup Final. This match is 1 of the biggest upsets in World Cup history and has been given the name: Das Wunder von Bern (The Miracle of Bern).

World Cup 1954 Final

The Germans celebrating ‘the Miracle of Bern’

For Hungary the end score was a complete disaster and remains a sensitive and controversial subject to this day. A reason for this were the bad decisions taken by the referee such as the 87th minute off-side goal by Ferenc Puskás. Till this day, eyewitnesses still claim the referee was wrong since the goal was not off-side at all. 

Another reason for Hungary to be so upset, are the different claims of doping use by the German players during half-time. The players were supposedly injected with vitamin C and even methamphetamine.

For Germany, still suffering from the World War II aftermath, the 1954 World Cup Jules Rimet trophy could not have won in a better time. The euphoria that has been released in the German country was enormous and boosted the confidence and pride among the German population. From this moment on, the world understood never to underestimate the German team again. This is a fact that is still standing in today’s football tournaments.

World Cup 1954 Final

Restored match clock in front of the Stade de Suisse

Hungary has never played a World Cup Final again and hasn’t been this successful since.

West Germany became the first country to have won a World Cup after having lost a match (against Hungary in the pool stage). Also, West Germany is till this date the only country to have won a World Cup without having played against a non-European country. The 1954 World Cup Final was merely the beginning of an impressive German World Cup performance to come in future World Cups.

West Germany and Hungary have played against each other for the very first time in this World Cup. So far, they haven’t met each other again in World Cup history.

Offside moment during the Final

World Cup 1954 Final

West Germany = White (Coach: Sepp Herberger)
Hungary = Red (Coach: Gusztáv Sebes)

World Cup 1954 Records

  • 4 countries qualified for the first time: Scotland, Turkey, West Germany and South Korea
  • Only World Cup where no team was undefeated, every team lost at least 1 match
  • First time West Germany won the World Cup
  • West Germany is the 3rd country to win a World Cup
  • First World Cup that used a logo
  • West Germany was the first country to have lost a match before winning a World Cup Final
  • West Germany is the only country to have won a World Cup without having played against a non-European country
  • Hungary scored 27 goals in total, the highest amount by any team in a World Cup
  • Germany scored the most goals in a World Cup of all World Cup champions: 25 goals
  • An amount of 14 goals have been scored against World Cup champion Germany, the highest amount of all World Cup champions
  • An amount of 16 goals have been scored against South Korea in a World Cup, the highest number in World Cup history
  • This World Cup has the highest goal average in World Cup history: 5.38 goals per match
  • First World Cup where at least 2 teams would advance to the 2nd round
  • Hungary defeated South Korea with 9-0, a record high victory margin which has not been beaten yet, but has been equaled by Yugoslavia – Zaïre (9-0) in 1974 and Hungary – El Salvador (10-1) in 1982
  • First World Cup to contain 4 pools and 4 teams per pool, a format which would continue for 6 World Cups
  • Only World Cup where 2 seeded teams played against the 2 unseeded teams
  • Only World Cup where the number 1 teams played against each other in the Quarter-Finals
  • Only World Cup where the number 2 teams played against each other in the Quarter-Finals
  • The match against Hungary was Uruguay’s first loss in a World Cup
  • Pool 4 is the only pool in World Cup history to contain only European countries
  • The match Austria – Switzerland contains the highest amount of goals scored in World Cup history: 12 goals (7-5)
  • Although Swiss player Josef Hügi scored a hat-trick against Austria, they lost the match (7-5). This would happen only once more in World Cup history where in 1986 Soviet Union player Igor Belanov scored a hat-trick against Belgium but lost the match (3-4)
  • Sándor Kocsis is the first player to have scored 2 World Cup hat-tricks, both hat-tricks were scored in the 1954 World Cup
  • The match Austria – Switzerland (7-5) is together with the matches Sweden – Cuba (8-0) and Brazil – Poland (6-5) of the 1938 World Cup the only matches in World Cup history where 2 hat-tricks have been scored
  • The most own goals have been scored in this World Cup together with the 1998 and 2006 World Cups: 4 own goals
  • The own goal scored by English player Jimmy Dickinson in the match against Belgium, is the only own goal scored in extra time in World Cup history
  • The own goal scored by English player Jimmy Dickinson in the match against Belgium, is also the latest own goal scored in World Cup history (94th minute)

Did You Know

  • For the first time there was television coverage
  • FIFA introduced special coins to increase the 1954 World Cup awareness
  • First World Cup where players started to swap jerseys after a match
  • First World Cup where all players were using a fixed team number on the back of their jerseys for the duration of the tournament
  • The Golden Team of Hungary is considered as 1 of the few greatest teams to have never won a World Cup
  • Germany split up in East Germany and West Germany after World War II and would only play as Germany again in the 1994 World Cup
  • Turkey would only qualify for their next World Cup in 2002
  • South Korea would only qualify for their next World Cup in 1986
  • The next time an Asian country qualified for a World Cup was in 1966
  • This is the only World Cup where a team has won the Final consisting solely of amateur footballers
  • The city Berne is the smallest city to have hosted a World Cup Final
  • Scottish coach Andy Beattie only took 13 players to the tournament instead of the allowed amount of 22 players
  • Due to Scotland’s first loss, coach Andy Beattie resigned before Scotland’s 2nd match where they were torn into shreds by Uruguay
  • Both Hungarian player Ferenc Puskás and Uruguayan player José Santamaría played for the Spanish team in the 1962 World Cup
  • Brazilian trainer Zezé Moreira is the brother of trainer Aymoré Moreira, who was the coach of the successful Brazilian team in the 1962 World Cup, the only brothers who have coached the same country in a World Cup
  • 2 rematches had to be played to determine the winner
  • Swiss World Champion match ball was made by local supplier Kost Sport in Switzerland
  • Swiss World Champion match ball is yellow and is the first model that did not have that typical brown coloured leather previous World Cup balls have
  • Swiss World Champion match ball is the first World Cup match ball with 18 panels

World Cup 1954 FIFA Awards

  • Golden Ball: Ferenc Puskás (Hungary)
  • Silver Ball: Sándor Kocsis (Hungary)
  • Bronze Ball:  Fritz Walter (West Germany)
  • Golden Boot: Sándor Kocsis (Hungary) (11 goals)
  • Silver Boot: Josef Hügi (Switzerland), Max Morlock (West Germany), Erich Probst (Austria) (6 goals)
  • Bronze Boot: Ferenc Puskás (Hungary), Helmut Rahn (West Germany), Robert Ballaman (Switzerland), Nándor Hidegkuti (Hungary), Hans Schäfer (West Germany), Ottmar Walter (West Germany), Carlos Borges (Uruguay) (4 goals)
World Cup 1954 FIFA Awards

Sándor Kocsis (Hungary)

World Cup 1954 FIFA Awards

Ferenc Puskás (Hungary)

World Cup 1954 FIFA All-Star Team

This is the 2nd and last time so far a player from Austria is included in the FIFA All-Star Team. Germany is for the first time included. The FIFA All-Star Team includes Brazilian player Djalma Santos for the first time. He would be included in 2 upcoming All-Star Teams as well. He is the only Brazilian who managed to be included in so many All-Star Teams.

Gyula Grosics (Hungary)Ernst Ocwirk (Austria)
Djalma Santos (Brazil)
José Santamaría (Uruguay)
Fritz Walter (West Germany)
József Bozsik (Hungary)
Nándor Hidegkuti (Hungary)
Zoltan Czibor (Hungary)
Helmut Rahn (West Germany)
Ferenc Puskás (Hungary)
Sándor Kocsis (Hungary)

World Cup 1954 in Action

Greatest goals

German Giants – Official 1954 World Cup Movie (in Portuguese)

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