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1974 World Cup Schedule - World Football Championship in West Germany

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World cup 1974 Spielplan und Infos

This is the 1974 World Cup match Schedule with information about the 10th Football World Cup for viewing and printing. The final round of the 10th Football World Cup was held from 13th of June up to the 7th of July 1974 in the former West Germany (FRG).

90 teams took part in the qualification and played for the 14 places available, after the world champions Brazil and host Germany (FRG) were directly qualified. For the first time qualified the GDR, so that two German teams took part in the final tournament.

The 16 finalists were playing the World Cup for the first time in a new group-based mode with two finals before winners of the second final round then played in the final match. The hosts won the title with a 2-1 victory over the Netherlands in the final in Munich. Germany thus became the second time after 1954 World Champion.

World Champions 1974:

West-Germany (2nd title)

Best player: 1974:

Franz Beckenbauer (West-Germany)

Top scorer 1974:

Grzegorz Lato (Poland) scoring 7 times

Goals scored:

97 (∅: 2,55 per match) in 38 matches

Nice 2 Know:

For the first time with the victory of Germany, a team was simultaneously World and European champions. + + + The previous Coupe Jules Rimet Trophy (named after the Fifa president, created according to the Greek goddess of victory Nike) went with three titles into the hands of the Brazilians. The FIFA inaugurated a new FIFA World Cup Trophy, which consisted of solid 18-carat gold and 36.8 centimeters in height. This would remain in the future always in possession of the FIFA, the world champion will receive only a gold-plated replica. + + + For the first time the host was not selected for the first game, but the reigning world champion. + + + Also new was the complete television broadcast of all games in 112 countries. + + + The mascots of the 1974 World Cup were Tip and Tap, named after the famous selection procedure of children's teams. + + + Franz Beckenbauer was Footballer of the Year 1974 + + + The final winning goal by Gerd Muller was his 14th World Cup hit, he became the most successful World Cup top scorer, until he was replaced in 2006 by Brazilian Ronaldo with 15 World Cup goals. + + + Running out the clock for the first time was hard punished by the referees at this World Cup.

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Final

World Champions 1974:
WestGermany
 
07.07.1974F
2:1
WestGermanyNetherlands
Munich - Olympiastadion
 
Second:
Netherlands

Third place play-off

 
06.07.1974SP3
1:0
PolandBrazil
Munich - Olympiastadion
 

Second Round

Group APldGoalsGDPts
Netherlands38:086
Brazil33:304
EastGermany31:4-31
Argentina32:7-51
Group BPldGoalsGDPts
WestGermany37:256
Poland33:214
Sweden34:6-22
Yugoslavia32:6-40
 26.06.1974
4:0
NetherlandsArgentina
Gelsenkirchen - Parkstadion
 
 26.06.1974
1:0
BrazilEastGermany
Hanover - Niedersachsenstadion
 
 30.06.1974
2:0
NetherlandsEastGermany
Gelsenkirchen - Parkstadion
 
 30.06.1974
2:1
BrazilArgentina
Hanover - Niedersachsenstadion
 
 03.07.1974
1:1
ArgentinaEastGermany
Gelsenkirchen - Parkstadion
 
 03.07.1974
2:0
NetherlandsBrazil
Dortmund - Westfalenstadion
 
 26.06.1974
2:0
WestGermanyYugoslavia
Düsseldorf - Rheinstadion
 
 26.06.1974
1:0
PolandSweden
Stuttgart - Neckarstadion
 
 30.06.1974
2:1
PolandYugoslavia
Frankfurt am Main - Waldstadion
 
 30.06.1974
4:2
WestGermanySweden
Düsseldorf - Rheinstadion
 
 03.06.1974
1:0
WestGermanyPoland
Frankfurt am Main - Waldstadion
 
 03.06.1974
2:1
SwedenYugoslavia
Düsseldorf - Rheinstadion
 

First Round

Group IPldGoalsGDPts
EastGermany34:135
WestGermany34:134
Chile31:2-12
Australia30:5-51
Group IIPldGoalsGDPts
Yugoslavia310:194
Brazil33:034
Scotland33:124
Zaire30:14-140
Group IIIPldGoalsGDPts
Netherlands36:155
Sweden33:034
Bulgaria32:5-32
Uruguay31:6-51
Group IVPldGoalsGDPts
Poland312:396
Argentina37:523
Italy35:413
Haiti32:14-120
 14.06.1974
1:0
WestGermanyChile
West Berlin - Olympiastadion
 
 13.06.1974
0:0
BrazilYugoslavia
Frankfurt am Main - Waldstadion
 
 15.06.1974
0:0
SwedenBulgaria
Düsseldorf - Rheinstadion
 
 15.06.1974
3:1
ItalyHaiti
Munich - Olympiastadion
 
 14.06.1974
2:0
EastGermanyAustralia
Hamburg - Volksparkstadion
 
 14.06.1974
2:0
ScotlandZaire
Dortmund - Westfalenstadion
 
 15.06.1974
2:0
NetherlandsUruguay
Hanover - Niedersachsenstadion
 
 15.06.1974
3:2
PolandArgentina
Stuttgart - Neckarstadion
 
 18.06.1974
3:0
WestGermanyAustralia
Hamburg - Volksparkstadion
 
 18.06.1974
9:0
YugoslaviaZaire
Gelsenkirchen - Parkstadion
 
 19.06.1974
0:0
SwedenNetherlands
Dortmund - Westfalenstadion
 
 19.06.1974
7:0
PolandHaiti
Munich - Olympiastadion
 
 18.06.1974
1:1
ChileEastGermany
West Berlin - Olympiastadion
 
 18.06.1974
0:0
BrazilScotland
Frankfurt am Main - Waldstadion
 
 19.06.1974
1:1
BulgariaUruguay
Hanover - Niedersachsenstadion
 
 19.06.1974
1:1
ArgentinaItaly
Stuttgart - Neckarstadion
 
 22.06.1974
0:0
AustraliaChile
West Berlin - Olympiastadion
 
 22.06.1974
1:1
ScotlandYugoslavia
Frankfurt am Main - Waldstadion
 
 23.06.1974
3:0
SwedenUruguay
Düsseldorf - Rheinstadion
 
 23.06.1974
4:1
ArgentinaHaiti
Munich - Olympiastadion
 
 22.06.1974
1:0
EastGermanyWestGermany
Hamburg - Volksparkstadion
 
 22.06.1974
3:0
BrazilZaire
Gelsenkirchen - Parkstadion
 
 23.06.1974
4:1
NetherlandsBulgaria
Dortmund - Westfalenstadion
 
 23.06.1974
2:1
PolandItaly
Stuttgart - Neckarstadion
 



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