Final (July 4, 1954)

de Germany
3–2
Hungary hu
Jul 4
Germany
Hungary
Germany won match in normal time.

Third-place match (July 3, 1954)

Final
at Austria
Uruguay uy
Austria won match in normal time.

Semi-finals (June 30, 1954)

Final
de Germany
Austria at
Germany won match in normal time and advance to Final.
Austria advance to Third-place match.
Final
hu Hungary
Uruguay uy
Hungary won match following extra time and advance to Final.
Uruguay advance to Third-place match.

Quarter-finals (June 26, 1954 to June 27, 1954)

Final
at Austria
Austria won match in normal time and advance to Semi-finals.
Final
uy Uruguay
England eng
Uruguay won match in normal time and advance to Semi-finals.
Final
de Germany
Germany won match in normal time and advance to Semi-finals.
Final
hu Hungary
Brazil br
Hungary won match in normal time and advance to Semi-finals.

Group stage play-off (June 23, 1954)

Jun 23
de Germany
Turkey tr
Germany advance to Quarter-finals.
Jun 23
Italy it
Switzerland advance to Quarter-finals.

Group stage (June 16, 1954 to June 20, 1954)

Group 1

Group 1 Table
Rk Squad MP W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1br Brazil211061+53→ Quarter-finals
2yu Yugoslavia211021+13→ Quarter-finals
3fr France21013302
4mx Mexico200228-60

Group 2

Group 2 Table
Rk Squad MP W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1hu Hungary2200173+144→ Quarter-finals
2tr Turkey210184+42→ Group stage play-off
2de Germany210179-22→ Group stage play-off
4kr Korea Republic2002016-160

Group 3

Group 3 Table
Rk Squad MP W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1uy Uruguay220090+94→ Quarter-finals
2at Austria220060+64→ Quarter-finals
3cs Czechoslovakia200207-70
4sco Scotland200208-80

Group 4

Group 4 Table
Rk Squad MP W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Notes
1eng England211064+23→ Quarter-finals
2it Italy210153+22→ Group stage play-off
2ch Switzerland210123-12→ Group stage play-off
4be Belgium201158-31

League Table

Leaders

League Notes

Rank Key

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