1958 FIFA World Cup Final

1958 FIFA World Cup Final

The 1958 FIFA World Cup Final took place in Råsunda Stadium, Solna, Sweden. Brazil won the World Cup against Sweden. This was Brazil's first victory in the history of the World Cup.

Match details

date = 1958-06-29
time = 15:00
team1 = fb-rt|SWE
score = 2 – 5
report= [http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/archive/edition=15/results/matches/match=1343/report.html (Report)]
team2 = fb|BRA|1889
goals1 = Liedholm goal|4
Simonsson goal|80
goals2 = Vavá goal|9 goal|32
Pelé goal|55 goal|90
Zagallo goal|68
stadium = Råsunda Stadium, Solna
attendance = 51,800
referee = Maurice Guigue (France)

Television coverage

Sveriges Television (Swedish television) re-broadcast the match on June 28, 2008, commented by Chris Härenstam and Glenn Strömberg. This broadcast can also be viewed online (see external link below).

External links

* [http://svt.se/svt/play/video.jsp?a=1181827 Television coverage of the match] sv icon

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