Knockout stage

Final (June 10, 1934)

it Italy
2–1
Jun 10
Italy
Czechoslovakia
Italy won match following extra time.

Third-place match (June 7, 1934)

de Germany
3–2
Austria at
Jun 7
Germany
Austria
Germany won match in normal time.

Semi-finals (June 3, 1934)

it Italy
1–0
Austria at
Jun 3
Italy
Austria
Italy won match in normal time and advance to Final.
Austria advance to Third-place match.
3–1
Germany de
Jun 3
Czechoslovakia
Germany
Czechoslovakia won match in normal time and advance to Final.
Germany advance to Third-place match.

Quarter-finals (May 31, 1934 to June 1, 1934)

it Italy
1–0
Spain es
May 31
Italy
Spain
Jun 1
Italy
Spain
Italy won match in normal time and advance to Quarter-finals.
at Austria
2–1
Hungary hu
May 31
Austria
Hungary
Austria won match in normal time and advance to Quarter-finals.
May 31
Czechoslovakia
Switzerland
Czechoslovakia won match in normal time and advance to Quarter-finals.
de Germany
2–1
Sweden se
May 31
Germany
Sweden
Germany won match in normal time and advance to Quarter-finals.

Round of 16 (May 27, 1934)

it Italy
7–1
May 27
Italy
United States
Italy won match in normal time and advance to Quarter-finals.
es Spain
3–1
Brazil br
May 27
Spain
Brazil
Spain won match in normal time and advance to Quarter-finals.
at Austria
3–2
France fr
May 27
Austria
France
Austria won match following extra time and advance to Quarter-finals.
hu Hungary
4–2
Egypt eg
May 27
Hungary
Egypt
Hungary won match in normal time and advance to Quarter-finals.
2–1
Romania ro
May 27
Czechoslovakia
Romania
Czechoslovakia won match in normal time and advance to Quarter-finals.
3–2
May 27
Switzerland
Netherlands
Switzerland won match in normal time and advance to Quarter-finals.
de Germany
5–2
Belgium be
May 27
Germany
Belgium
Germany won match in normal time and advance to Quarter-finals.
se Sweden
3–2
May 27
Sweden
Argentina
Sweden won match in normal time and advance to Quarter-finals.

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