Knockout stage

Final (June 29, 1958)

br Brazil
5–2
Sweden se
Jun 29
Brazil
Sweden
Brazil won match in normal time.

Third-place match (June 28, 1958)

Final
fr France
France won match in normal time.

Semi-finals (June 24, 1958)

Final
br Brazil
France fr
Brazil won match in normal time and advance to Final.
France advance to Third-place match.
Final
se Sweden
Sweden won match in normal time and advance to Final.
West Germany advance to Third-place match.

Quarter-finals (June 19, 1958)

Final
br Brazil
Wales wls
Brazil won match in normal time and advance to Semi-finals.
France won match in normal time and advance to Semi-finals.
Final
se Sweden
Sweden won match in normal time and advance to Semi-finals.
West Germany won match in normal time and advance to Semi-finals.

Group stage play-off (June 17, 1958)

Northern Ireland advance to Quarter-finals.
Jun 17
wls Wales
Hungary hu
Wales advance to Quarter-finals.
Jun 17
England eng
Soviet Union advance to Quarter-finals.

Group stage (June 8, 1958 to June 15, 1958)

Group 1

Group 1 Table
Rk Squad MP W D L GF GA GD Pts Notes
1de West Germany312075+24→ Quarter-finals
2cs Czechoslovakia311184+43→ Group stage play-off
2nir Northern Ireland311145-13→ Group stage play-off
4ar Argentina3102510-52

Group 2

Group 2 Table
Rk Squad MP W D L GF GA GD Pts Notes
1fr France3201117+44→ Quarter-finals
2yu Yugoslavia312076+14→ Quarter-finals
3py Paraguay3111912-33
4sct Scotland301246-21

Group 3

Group 3 Table
Rk Squad MP W D L GF GA GD Pts Notes
1se Sweden321051+45→ Quarter-finals
2hu Hungary311163+33→ Group stage play-off
2wls Wales30302203→ Group stage play-off
4mx Mexico301218-71

Group 4

Group 4 Table
Rk Squad MP W D L GF GA GD Pts Notes
1br Brazil321050+55→ Quarter-finals
2su Soviet Union421154+15→ Group stage play-off
2eng England403145-13→ Group stage play-off
4at Austria301227-51

League Table

Leaders

League Notes

Rank Key

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