1954 FIFA World Cup squads


1954 FIFA World Cup squads

Below are the squads for the 1954 FIFA World Cup tournament in Switzerland. This was the first World Cup where the players were assigned squad numbers.

Group 1


=flagicon|Brazil|1889 Brazil =

Head coach: Zezé Moreira


=flagicon|Yugoslavia Yugoslavia =

Head coach: Aleksandar Tirnanić


=flagicon|France France =

Head coach: Pierre Pibarot


=flagicon|Mexico|1934 Mexico =

Head coach: flagicon|Spain|1939 Antonio López Herranz

Group 2


=flagicon|Hungary|1949 Hungary=

Head coach: Gusztáv Sebes


=flagicon|West Germany West Germany=

Head coach: Sepp Herberger


=flagicon|Turkey Turkey =

Head coach: flagicon|Italy Sandro Puppo


=flagicon|South Korea South Korea =

Head coach: Kim Young-Sik

*Only 20 players in South Korea squad.

Group 3


=flagicon|Uruguay Uruguay =

Head coach: Juan López


=flagicon|Austria Austria =

Head coach: Walter Nausch


=flagicon|Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia =

Head coach: Jaroslav Cejp


=flagicon|Scotland Scotland =

Head coach: Andy Beattie (quit after first match; remaining matches were managed by a selection committee)
* Only 13 members of the squad actually travelled to Switzerland for the 1954 tournament. Anderson, Henderson, Mathers, Wilson, Binning, Combe, Copland and McMillan were not required to travel and stayed at home on reserve. Johnstone originally travelled with the squad but returned home injured before the tournament started and was replaced by Hamilton. [Rafferty p96 ] [ [http://www.eveningtelegraph.co.uk/output/2004/12/23/blether.shtm Unlucky 13 for Scots] , "Evening Telegraph", 23 December 2004]

Group 4


=flagicon|England England =

Head coach: Walter Winterbottom

*Only 17 of the 22 official squad members actually travelled to Switzerland for the 1954 tournament. Five players--Ken Armstrong, Allenby Chilton, Johnny Haynes, Harry Hooper and Bedford Jezzard--were put on reserve status and remained at home awaiting a call if the need arose. It did not. [ [http://www.englandfootballonline.com/CmpWC/CmpWC1954Squad.html 1954 Squad at englandfootballonline.com] ]


=flagicon|Switzerland Switzerland =

Head coach: flagicon|Austria Karl Rappan


=flagicon|Italy Italy =

Head coach: flagicon|Hungary|1949 Lajos Czeizler


=flagicon|Belgium Belgium =

Head coach: flagicon|Scotland Doug Livingstone

Notes

References

* cite book | last = Rafferty | first = John | title = One Hundred Years of Scottish Football | format = Paperback | year = 1973 | publisher = Pan | id = ISBN 0-330-23654-7


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • 1954 FIFA World Cup — Infobox International Football Competition tourney name = FIFA World Cup year = 1954 other titles = FIFA Fußball Weltmeisterschaft 1954 Schweizde icon Championnat du Monde de Football 1954fr icon size = 150px caption = 1954 FIFA World Cup… …   Wikipedia

  • 1954 FIFA World Cup Final — Event 1954 FIFA World Cup West Germany Hungary …   Wikipedia

  • 1950 FIFA World Cup squads — Below are the squads for the 1950 FIFA World Cup tournament in Brazil. This was the first World Cup where the players jerseys featured back numbers (allowed in football since 1944), though no teams had fixed numbers for each player (that would… …   Wikipedia

  • FIFA World Cup — Soccer world cup redirects here. For the women s tournament, see FIFA Women s World Cup. For other uses, see World Cup. FIFA World Cup The current FIFA Wo …   Wikipedia

  • FIFA World Cup records — This is a list of records of the FIFA World Cup and its qualification matches.TeamOverall; Most World Cup appearances: 18, fb|BRA (only country to appear in every World Cup): For a detailed list, see National team appearances in the FIFA World… …   Wikipedia

  • 2006 FIFA World Cup — 2006 World Cup redirects here. For other competitions of that name, see 2006 World Cup (disambiguation). This article is about 2006 FIFA World Cup. For the video game, see 2006 FIFA World Cup (video game). 2006 FIFA World Cup FIFA Fußball… …   Wikipedia

  • 2010 FIFA World Cup — 2010 World Cup redirects here. For other competitions of that name, see 2010 World Cup (disambiguation). This article is about 2010 FIFA World Cup. For the video game, see 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa (video game). 2010 FIFA World Cup South… …   Wikipedia

  • 1970 FIFA World Cup — Mexico 70 1970 FIFA World Cup official logo Tournament details Host country …   Wikipedia

  • 1986 FIFA World Cup — Mexico 86 1986 FIFA World Cup official logo Tournament details Host country …   Wikipedia

  • 1962 FIFA World Cup — Campeonato Mundial de Fútbol Chile 1962 1962 FIFA World Cup official logo Tournament details Host country …   Wikipedia


Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.