sábado, 7 de mayo de 2011

OLIMPIADAS - FÚTBOL OLIMPICO

Olympic Football Tournament 

 Torneo Olímpico de Fútbol Torneo de Fútbol de los Juegos Olímpicos - Información general
El torneo más antiguo y tradicional con mayor presencia internacional en el fútbol mundial.
Después de servir como un deporte de demostración en el algunos de los primeros Juegos Olímpicos el torneo de fútbol de los Juegos Olímpicos llegó a su pico en la Década de 1920 cuando el torneo debe ser considerado como el campeonato del mundo de ese momento.
Sin embargo, con la introducción de un adecuado Copa del Mundo en 1930, el estado del torneo reducido. Sobre todo, ya que sólo los jugadores aficionados se pueden participar, el torneo fue por muchos años dominado por
aficionados del estado de Europa del Este.
 Para contrarrestar esto, y mejorar la situación del fútbol olímpico se permitió a que jugadores profesionales participasen a partir de la década de 1980, aunque sujeto a ciertas restricciones : edad de los jugadores menores de 23 años y la posibilidad si de incluir a tres mayores de esa edad.
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Diccionario

Medal Winners . Medallero

     Gold                 Silver               Bronze
     ----                 ------               ------
1908 Great Britain        Denmark              Netherlands
1912 Great Britain        Denmark              Netherlands
1920 Belgium              Spain                Netherlands
1924 Uruguay              Switzerland          Sweden
1928 Uruguay              Argentina            Italy
1932   no Olympic football tournament
1936 Italy                Austria              Norway
1948 Sweden               Yugoslavia           Denmark
1952 Hungary              Yugoslavia           Sweden
1956 Soviet Union         Yugoslavia           Bulgaria
1960 Yugoslavia           Denmark              Hungary
1964 Hungary              Czechoslovakia       East Germany
1968 Hungary              Bulgaria             Japan
1972 Poland               Hungary              Soviet Union, East Germany
1976 East Germany         Poland               Soviet Union
1980 Czechoslovakia       East Germany         Soviet Union
1984 France               Brazil               Yugoslavia
1988 Soviet Union         Brazil               West Germany
1992 Spain                Poland               Ghana
1996 Nigeria              Argentina            Brazil
2000 Cameroon             Spain                Chile
2004 Argentina            Paraguay             Italy
2008 Argentina            Nigeria              Brazil

Medals Classification

                   Gold    Silver  Bronze  Total
                      ----    ------  ------  -----
 1.Hungary              3       1       1       5
 2.Argentina            2       2               4
 3.Soviet Union         2               3       5
 4.Great Britain        2                       2
   Uruguay              2                       2
 6.Yugoslavia           1       3       1       5
   Poland               1       2               3
   Spain                1       2               3
 9.East Germany         1       1       2       4
10.Czechoslovakia       1       1               2
   Nigeria              1       1               2
12.Italy                1               2       3
   Sweden               1               2       3
14.Belgium              1                       1
   Cameroon             1                       1
   France               1                       1
17.Denmark                      3       1       4
18.Brazil                       2       2       4
19.Bulgaria                     1       1       2
20.Austria                      1               1
   Paraguay                     1               1
   Switzerland                  1               1
23.Netherlands                          3       3
24.Chile                                1       1
   Ghana                                1       1
   Japan                                1       1
   Norway                               1       1
   West Germany                         1       1
Total                  22      22      23      67

Olympic Finals 1896-2008

        Final                                Third Place Match
1896    no Olympic football tournament
1900    [Demonstration matches in Paris, France]   [1]
1904    [Demonstration matches in St. Louis, USA]  [1]
1906    [Unofficial tournament in Athens, Greece]  [1]
FINAL
INGLATERRA 1908
London, October 24, 1908
Great Britain    2-0 Denmark
Great Britain: Harold Bailey - William Corbett, Herbert Smith - Kenneth
               Hunt, Frederick Chapman, Robert Hawkes - Arthur Berry,
               Vivian Woodward, Hubert Stapley, Claude Purnell, Harold Hardman.
Denmark: L Drescher - C Buchwald, H Hansen - H Bohr, K Middelboe, N
         Middelboe - O Nielsen-Noerland, A Lindgren, S Nielsen, V Wolfhagen,
         B Rasmussen.
Referee: Lewis (England)
Attendance: 8,000
Scorers: 20' Chapman 1-0; 46' Woodward 2-0.
Top scorers: Sophus Nielsen (Denmark) 11 goals
             V Wolfhagen (Denmark)     8 goals

London 1908: Great Britain
FAMILY NAME             FIRST NAME              DATE OF BIRTH   POSITION    APPEARANCES     GOALS     FINALIST
                                                                                      
Bailey                  Horace                    03/07/1881       GK            3            0          F
Berry                   Arthur                    03/01/1888       FW            3            1          F
Chapman                 Frederick                 10/05/1883       MF            3            2          F
Corbett                 Walter                    26/11/1880       DF            3            0          F
Hardman                 Harold                    04/04/1882       FW            3            0          F
Hawkes                  Robert                    18/10/1880       MF            3            2          F
Hunt                    Kenneth                   24/02/1884       MF            3            0          F
Purnell                 Claude                    14/05/1877       FW            3            4          F
Smith                   Herbert                   22/11/1879       DF            3            0          F
Stapley                 Harold                    29/04/1883       FW            3            6          F
Woodward                Vivian                    03/06/1879       FW            3            3          F
Coach:-
FINAL
Stockholm, July 4, 1912
Great Britain    4-2 Denmark
Great Britain: Ronald Brebner - Thomas Burn, Arthur Knight - Douglas
               McWhirther, Horace Littlewort, James Dines - Arthur Berry,
               Vivian Woodward, Harold Walden, Gordon Hoare, Ivan Sharpe.
Denmark: S Hansen - N Middelboe, H Hansen - Ch Buchwald, E Jørgensen,
         P Berth - O Nielsen, A Thufvason, A Olsen, S Nielsen, V Wolfhagen
Referee: Christiaan Jacobus Groothoof (Netherlands)
Attendance: 25,000.
Scorers: 10' Walden 1-0; 22' Hoare 2-0; 27' Olsen 2-1; 41' Hoare 3-1;
         43' Berry 4-1; 81' Olsen 4-2.
Top scorers: Gottfried Fuchs (Germany)    10 goals
             Harold Walden (Great Britain) 9 goals
ALEMANIA (ARRIBA)- HOLANDA (ABAJO)
1912



Stockholm 1912: Great Britain
FAMILY NAME             FIRST NAME              DATE OF BIRTH   POSITION    APPEARANCES     GOALS     FINALIST
Berry                   Arthur                    03/01/1888       FW            2            1          F
Brebner                 Ronald                    23/09/1881       GK            3            0          F
Burn                    Thomas                    29/11/1888       DF            3            0          F
Dines                   Joseph                    12/04/1886       MF            3            0          F
Hanney                  Edward                    19/01/1889       MF            1            0
Hoare                   Gordon                    18/04/1884       FW            3            2          F
Knight                  Arthur                    07/09/1887       DF            3            0          F
Littlewort              Henry                     07/07/1882       MF            3            0          F
McWhirter               Douglas                   13/08/1886       MF            1            0          F
Sharpe                  Ivan                      15/06/1889       FW            3            0          F
Stamper                 Harold                    06/10/1889       MF            1            0 
Walden                  Harold                    10/10/1889       FW            3            9          F
Woodward                Vivian                    03/06/1879       FW            3            2          F
Wright                  Edward                    03/10/1884       FW            1            0       
Coach:-
FINAL
Antwerpen, September 5, 1920
Belgium          Abd Czechoslovakia
Belgium: Jan de Bie, Armand Swartenbroeks, Oscar Verbeeck, Joseph Musch, 
         Emile Hanse, André Fierens, Louis Van Hage, Henri Larnoe,
         Mathieu Bragard, Robert Coppée, Désiré Bastin.
Czechoslovakia: Klapka, A.Hojer, Steiner, F.Kolenatý, K.Pesek, E.Seifert,
                J.Sedlácek, Antonin Janda, Vaník, I.Mazal, Pilát.
Referee: Lewis (Great Britain)
Attendance: 35,000.
Scorers: 6' Coppée (pen) 1-0; 30' Larnoe 2-0.
Match abandoned after 39 minutes; Czechoslovakia left the pitch in protest
of perceived biased refereeing and were disqualified.
Top scorer: Herbert Karlsson (Sweden) 7 goals
BELGICA 1920
Antwerp 1920: Belgium
FAMILY NAME             FIRST NAME              DATE OF BIRTH   POSITION    APPEARANCES     GOALS     FINALIST
Balyu                   Félix                     05/08/1891       FW            1            0
Bastin                  Désiré                    04/03/1900       FW            2            0          F
Bragard                 Mathieu                   10/03/1895       FW            2            1          F
Coppée                  Robert                    23/04/1895       FW            3            4          F
De Bie                  Jean                      09/05/1892       GK            3            0          F
Fierens                 André                     08/02/1898       MF            3            0          F
Hanse                   Émile                     10/08/1892       MF            3            0          F
Hebdin                  George                    19/04/1889       FW            1            0
Larnoe                  Henry                     08/05/1897       FW            2            2          F
Musch                   Joseph                    12/10/1893       MF            3            0          F
Nisot                   Fernand                   11/04/1895       FW            1            0          
Swartenbroeks           Armand                    30/06/1892       DF            3            0          F
Van Hege                Louis                     08/05/1889       FW            3            1          F
Verbeeck                Oscar                     06/06/1891       DF            3            0          F
Coach: William Maxwell SCO
FINAL
Paris, June 9, 1924
Uruguay          3-0 Switzerland
Uruguay: André Mazali, José Nasazzi, Pedro Arispe, José Leandro Andrade, 
         José Vidal, Alfredo Ghierra, Santos Urdinarán, Hector Scarone,
         Pedro Petrone, Pedro Cea, Ángel Romano.
Switzerland: H.Pulver, A.Reymond, A.Ramseyer, A.Oberhauser, P.Schmiedlin, 
             A.Pollitz, K.Ehrenbolger, R.Pache, W.Dietrich, M.Abegglen, 
             P.Fassler.
Referee: Slawick (France)
Attendance: 41,000.
Scorers: 27' Petrone 1-0; 63' Cea 2-0; 81' Romano 3-0.
Top scorer: Pedro Petrone (Uruguay) 8 goals
URUGUAY 1924
Paris 1924: Uruguay
FAMILY NAME             FIRST NAME              DATE OF BIRTH   POSITION    APPEARANCES     GOALS     FINALIST
Andrade                 José Leandro              22/11/1901       MF            5            0          F
Arispe                  Pedro                     30/09/1900       DF            4            0          F
Cea                     Pedro                     01/09/1900       FW            5            4          F
Ghierra                 Alfredo                   31/08/1891       MF            4            0          F
Mazali                  Andrés                    22/07/1902       GK            5            0          F
Nasazzi                 José                      24/05/1901       DF            5            0          F
Naya                    José                      25/07/1896       FW            2            0
Petrone                 Pedro                     11/05/1905       FW            5            7          F
Romano                  Ángel                     02/08/1893       FW            5            3          F
Scarone                 Héctor                    26/11/1898       FW            5            5          F
Tomassina               Humberto                  12/09/1898       DF            2            0
Urdinarán               Santos                    30/03/1900       FW            3            0          F
Vidal                   José                      15/12/1896       MF            4            1          F
Zibechi                 Alfredo                   30/10/1895       MF            1            0
Coach: Ernesto Fígoli URU
FINAL REPLAY
Amsterdam, June 13, 1928
Uruguay          2-1 Argentina
Uruguay: André Mazali, José Nasazzi, Pedro Arispe, José Leandro Andrade, 
         Juan Píriz, Alvaro Gestido, Juan Arremón, Hector Scarone,
         René Borjas, Pedro Cea, Roberto Figueroa.
Argentina: A.Bosio, L.Bidoglio, F.Paternóster, S.Médice, L.F.Monti, 
           J.Evaristo, A.D.Carricaberri, D.A.Tarasconi, M.Ferreira, A.Perduca,
           R.Orsi.
Referee: Mutter (Netherlands)
Attendance: .
 
Scorers: Figueroa 1-0; Monti 1-1; H.Scarone 2-1.
Top scorer: Dominigo A. Tarasconi (Argentina) 9 goals
URUGUAY 1928
Amsterdam 1928: Uruguay
FAMILY NAME             FIRST NAME              DATE OF BIRTH   POSITION    APPEARANCES     GOALS     FINALIST
Andrade                 José Leandro              22/11/1901       MF            4            0          F
Arispe                  Pedro                     30/09/1900       DF            5            0          F
Arremón                 Juan Pedro                08/02/1899       FW            2            0          F
Borjas                  René                      23/12/1897       FW            2            0          F
Cámpolo                 Antonio                   07/02/1897       FW            3            1
Canavessi               Adhemar                   18/08/1903       DF            1            0
Castro                  Héctor                    29/11/1904       FW            2            2           
Cea                     Pedro                     01/09/1900       FW            5            1          F
Fernández               Lorenzo                   20/05/1900       MF            4            0
Figueroa                Roberto                   20/03/1904       FW            1            1          F
Gestido                 Álvaro                    17/05/1907       MF            5            0          F
Mazali                  Andrés                    22/07/1902       GK            5            0          F
Nasazzi                 José                      24/05/1901       DF            4            0          F
Petrone                 Pedro                     11/05/1905       FW            3            3          
Píriz                   Juan                      17/05/1902       MF            2            0          F
Scarone                 Héctor                    26/11/1898       FW            3            3          F
Urdinarán               Santos                    30/03/1900       FW            4            1       
Coach: Primo Gianotti URU
* Since the final match ended 1-1, Uruguay and Argentina were obliged to play a play-off. Only the players 
  who participated in this second final match (Uruguay-Argentina 2-1) are indicated with "F".
FINAL
Berlin, August 16, 1936
Italy            2-1 Austria         [aet]
Italy: Bruno Venturini - Alfredo Foni, Pietro Rava - Giuseppe Baldo,
       Achille Piccini, Ugo Locatelli - Annibale Frossi, Libero Mancini,
       Sergio Bertoni, Carlo Biagi, Francesco Gabriotti.
Austria: E Kainberger - E Künz, M Kargl - A Krenn, K Wahlmüller,
         M Hofmeister - W Werginz, A Laudon, K Steinmetz, K Kainberger,
         F Fuchsberger.
Referee: Bauwens (Germany)
Attendance: 90,000
Scorers: 70' Frossi 1-0; 80' K.Kainberger 1-1; 92' Frossi 2-1.
Top scorers: Annibale Frossi (Italy) 7 goals
Berlin 1936: Italy
FAMILY NAME             FIRST NAME              DATE OF BIRTH   POSITION    APPEARANCES     GOALS     FINALIST 
Baldo                   Giuseppe                  27/07/1914       MF            4            0          F  
Bertoni                 Sergio                    23/09/1915       FW            3            0          F
Biagi                   Carlo                     20/04/1914       FW            4            4          F
Cappelli                Giulio                    04/03/1911       FW            2            1
Foni                    Alfredo                   20/01/1911       DF            4            0          F
Frossi                  Annibale                  06/08/1911       FW            4            7          F
Gabriotti               Francesco                 12/08/1914       FW            1            0          F
Locatelli               Ugo                       05/02/1916       DF            4            0          F              
Marchini                Libero                    31/10/1914       FW            4            0          F
Negro                   Alfonso                   05/07/1915       FW            1            1
Piccini                 Achille                   24/10/1911       MF            4            0          F 
Rava                    Pietro                    21/01/1916       DF            4            0          F
Scarabello              Luigi                     17/06/1916       FW            1            0 
Venturini               Bruno                     26/09/1911       GK            4            0          F 
COACH: Vittorio Pozzo ITA 
FINAL
London, August 13, 1948
Sweden           3-1 Yugoslavia
Sweden: Torsten Lindberg - Knut Nordahl, Erik Nilsson - Boerje Rosengren, 
        Bertil Nordahl, Sune Andersson - Kjell Rosen, Gunnar Gren, Gunnar
        Nordahl, Henry Carlsson, Nils Liedholm.
Yugoslavia: L Lovric - M Brozovic, B Stankovic - Zlatko Cajkovkski,
            M Jovanovic, A Atanackovic - Z Cimermanic, R Mitic, S Bobek,
            Zeljko Cajkovski, B Vukas.
Referee: Ling (England)
Attendance: 60,000
Scorers: 24' Gren 1-0; 42' Bobek 1-1; 48' G.Nordahl 2-1; 67' Gren 3-1.
Top scorers: John Hansen (Denmark)   7 goals
             Gunnar Nordahl (Sweden) 7 goals
London 1948: Sweden
FAMILY NAME             FIRST NAME              DATE OF BIRTH   POSITION    APPEARANCES     GOALS     FINALIST
Andersson               Sune                      22/02/1921       MF            4            0          F
Carlsson                Henry “Garvis”            27/10/1917       FW            4            5          F
Gren                    Gunnar                    31/10/1920       MF            4            3          F
Leander                 Börje                     07/03/1918       MF            2            0
Liedholm                Nils                      08/10/1922       MF            4            2          F 
Lindberg                Torsten                   14/04/1917       GK            4            0          F
Nilsson                 Erik                      06/08/1916       DF            4            0          F
Nordahl                 Bertil                    26/07/1917       DF            4            0          F
Nordahl                 Gunnar                    19/10/1921       FW            4            7          F
Nordahl                 Knut                      13/01/1920       DF            2            0          F
Rosén                   Kjell                     24/04/1921       MF            4            5          F
Rosengren               Birger                    29/10/1917       MF            4            0          F
Coach: Rudolf “Putte” Kock SWE
FINAL
Helsinki, August 2, 1952
Hungary          2-0 Yugoslavia
Hungary: Gyula Grosics - Jenoe Buzanszky, Mihaly Lantos - Joszef Bozsik, 
         Gyula Lorant, Jozsef Zakarias - Nandor Hidegkuti, Sandor Kocsis,
         Peter Palotas, Ferenc Puskas, Zoltan Czibor.
Yugoslavia: V Beara - B Stankovic, T Crnkovic - Zlatko Cajkovski, I Horvat - 
            V Boskov, V Ognjanov, R Mitic, B Vukas, S Bobek, B Zebec.
Referee: Ellis (England)
Attendance: 60,000
Scorers: 25' Puskas 1-0; 88' Czibor 2-0.
Top scorers: Rajko Mitic (Yugoslavia)  7 goals
             Branco Zebec (Yugoslavia) 7 goals
HUNGRIA 1952
Helsinki 1952: Hungary
FAMILY NAME             FIRST NAME              DATE OF BIRTH   POSITION    APPEARANCES     GOALS     FINALIST
Bozsik                  József                    28/11/1925       MF            5            1          F
Budai                   László                    19/07/1928       FW            1            0
Buzánszky               Jenő                      04/05/1925       DF            4            0          F
Csordás                 Lajos                     06/10/1932       MF            2            0
Czibor                  Zoltán                    23/08/1929       FW            4            2          F
Dalnoki                 Jenő                      12/12/1932       DF            1            0
Grosics                 Gyula                     04/02/1926       GK            5            0          F
Hidegkuti               Nándor                    03/03/1922       FW            4            1          F
Kocsis                  Sándor                    21/09/1929       MF            5            6          F
Kovács                  Imre                      26/11/1921       MF            1            0        
Lantos                  Mihály                    29/09/1928       DF            5            1          F
Lóránt                  Gyula                     06/02/1923       DF            5            0          F
Palotás                 Péter                     27/06/1929       FW            4            4          F
Puskás                  Ferenc                    02/04/1927       FW            5            4          F
Zakariás                József                    25/03/1924       MF            4            0          F
Coach: Gusztáv Sebes HUN
FINAL
Melbourne
08/12/1956     Soviet Union   1-0     Yugoslavia
Soviet Union: Yachin - Baschaschkin, Ogognikov - Kuznetsov, Netto,
              Maslenkin - Tatushin, Isaev, Simonian, Salinikov, Ilyin.
Yugoslavia: Radenkovic - Koscak, Radovic - Santek, Spajic, Krstic -
            Sekularac, Antic, Papek, Veselinovic, Mujic.
Referee: Wright (Australia)
Attendance: 120,000
Scorer: 48' Ilyin 1-0.
Top scorers: Todor Veselinovic (Yugoslavia) 4 goals
             Milanov (Bulgaria)             4 goals
             D'Souza (India)                4 goals
Melbourne 1956: Soviet Union
FAMILY NAME             FIRST NAME              DATE OF BIRTH   POSITION    APPEARANCES     GOALS     FINALIST
Bashashkin              Anatoli                   23/02/1924       DF            5            0          F
Betsa                   Iosif                     06/11/1929       MF            1            0
Ilyin                   Anatoli                   27/06/1931       FW            2            1          F
Isayev                  Anatoli                   14/07/1932       FW            3            1          F
Ivanov                  Valentin                  19/11/1934       FW            3            1
Kuznetsov               Boris                     14/07/1928       DF            3            0          F
Maslyonkin              Anatoli                   26/06/1930       DF            2            0          F
Netto                   Igor                      09/01/1930       MF            5            1          F
Ogonkov                 Mikhail                   24/06/1932       DF            3            0          F
Paramonov               Aleksei                   21/02/1925       MF            2            0
Razinsky                Boris                     12/07/1933       GK            1            0
Ryzhkin                 Vladimir                  29/12/1930       FW            3            0
Salnikov                Sergei                    13/09/1925       FW            4            2          F
Simonyan                Nikita                    12/10/1926       FW            1            0          F
Streltsov               Eduard                    21/07/1937       FW            4            2 
Tatushin                Boris                     31/03/1933       FW            5            1          F
Tishchenko              Nikolai                   10/12/1926       DF            4            0          
Yashin                  Lev                       22/10/1929       GK            4            0          F
Coach: Gavriil Kachalin URS
FINAL
Flaminio Stadium, Rome, 10th September 1960
Yugoslavia       3-1 Denmark
   Galic                Nielsen F
   Matous
   Kostic
Yugoslavia:  Vidinic;  Roganovic, Jusufi;  Perusic, Durkovic, Zanetic;
    Ankovic, Matous, Galic, Knez, Kostic
Denmark:  From, Henry;  Andersen, Poul;  Jensen, Poul;
    Hansen, Bent;  Nielsen, Hans Christian;  Nielsen, Flemming;
    Pedersen, Poul;  Troelsen, Tommy;  Nielsen, Harald;  Enoksen, Henning;
    Sørensen, Jørn
Referee:  Lo Bello (Italy)
Attendance:  40,000
Top scorers: H. Nielsen (Denmark)   8 goals
Rome 1960: Yugoslavia
FAMILY NAME             FIRST NAME              DATE OF BIRTH   POSITION    APPEARANCES     GOALS     FINALIST
Anković                 Andrija                   16/07/1937       FW            2            0          F
Durković                Vladimir                  06/11/1937       DF            5            0          F
Galić                   Milan                     08/03/1938       FW            5            7          F
Jusufi                  Fahrudin                  08/12/1939       DF            5            0          F
Knez                    Tomislav                  09/06/1938       FW            5            2          F
Kostić                  Borivoje                  14/06/1930       MF            5            6          F
Kozlina                 Aleksandar                20/12/1938       MF            2            0
Maravić                 Dušan                     07/03/1939       MF            3            0
Matuš                   Željko                    09/08/1935       MF            2            1          F
Perušić                 Željko                    23/03/1936       MF            5            0          F
Roganović               Novak                     14/01/1932       DF            3            0          F
Sombolac                Velimir                   27/02/1939       DF            2            0
Šoškić                  Milutin                   31/12/1937       GK            3            0      
Takač                   Silvester                 08/11/1940       MF            1            0
Vidinić                 Blagoja                   11/06/1934       GK            2            0          F
Žanetić                 Ante                      18/01/1936       MF            5            0          F
Coach: Aleksandar Tirnanić YUG
FINAL
Hungary          2-1 Czechoslovakia
Played at the National Stadium in Tokyo on October 23. 
Referee: Ashkenazi (Israel)   Att: 75 000
1-0 own goal (Weiss) 47' 2-0 Bene 59' 2-1 Brumowsky 80'
Hungary: Antal Szentimihályi (Gelei) - Dezsö Novák, Kálmán
    Ihász - Gusztáv Szepesi (Palotai), Arpád Orban, Fernec Nogradi -
    János Farkas, Tibor Csernai, Ferenc Bene, Imre Komora, Sándor Katona
Czechoslovakia: Frantisek Schmucker - Anton Urban, Karel Picman - 
    Josef Vojta, Vladimir Weiss, Jan Geleta- Jan Brumowsky, Ivan Mraz,
    Karel Lichtnegel, Vojtech Masny, Frantisek Valosek
Top scorers: Ferenc Bene (Hungary)  12 goals
Tokyo 1964: Hungary
FAMILY NAME             FIRST NAME              DATE OF BIRTH   POSITION    APPEARANCES     GOALS     FINALIST
Bene                    Ferenc                    17/12/1944       FW            5           12          F
Csernai                 Tibor                     03/12/1938       MF            4            6          F
Farkas                  János                     27/03/1942       FW            5            1          F
Gelei                   József                    29/06/1938       GK            2            0       
Ihász                   Kálmán                    06/03/1941       DF            5            0          F
Katona                  Sándor                    21/02/1943       FW            5            0          F
Komora                  Imre                      05/06/1940       MF            5            2          F
Nógrádi                 Ferenc                    15/11/1940       MF            4            0          F
Novák                   Dezső                     03/02/1939       DF            5            0          F
Orbán                   Árpád                     14/03/1938       DF            5            0          F
Palotai                 Károly                    11/09/1935       DF            4            0
Szentmihályi            Antal                     03/06/1937       GK            3            0          F
Szepesi                 Gusztáv                   17/07/1939       DF            2            0          F
Varga                   Zoltán                    01/01/1945       MF            1            0
Coach: Lajos Baróti HUN
Hungary          4-1 Bulgaria
Played in Mexico City on October 26.
Referee: Le de Diego (Mexico)   Att: 75 000
0-1 Dimitrov 22' 1-1 Menczel 40' 2-1 A Dunai 41'
3-1 A Dunai 49' 4-1 Juhasz 62'
Hungary: Károly Fater - Dezsö Novák, Lajos Dunai, Miklós Páncsics,
    Ivan Menczel- Lajos Szücs, Lászlo Fazekas - Antal Dunai, László
    Nagy, Ernö Noskó, Istvan Juhász (sent off)
Bulgaria: Stoyan Yordanov - Atanasse Guerov, Guergui Christakiev,
    Milko Gadarski, Kiril Ivkov (sent off 43') - Ivalo Georgiev,
    Tzvetan Dimitrov (sent off 42') - Evgueni Yantchovski (Kirik
    Christov), Petar Jekov, Atanasse Christov (sent off 43'), Asparoukh 
    Donev (Gueorgui Ivanov)
Top scorers: Kunishige Yamamoto (Japan) 7 goals
Mexico City 1968: Hungary
FAMILY NAME             FIRST NAME              DATE OF BIRTH   POSITION    APPEARANCES     GOALS     FINALIST
Básti                   István                    19/11/1944       FW            4            0 
Dunai                   Antal                     21/03/1943       FW            6            6          F
Dunai                   Lajos                     29/11/1942       DF            4            0          F
Fatér                   Károly                    09/04/1940       GK            6            0          F
Fazekas                 László                    15/10/1947       FW            6            1          F
Juhász                  István                    17/07/1945       MF            6            1          F
Keglovich               László                    04/02/1940       DF            1            0
Kocsis                  Lajos                     18/06/1947       MF            4            0
Menczel                 Iván                      14/12/1941       DF            6            3          F
Nagy                    László                    21/10/1949       FW            4            0          F
Noskó                   Ernő                      26/05/1945       DF            6            0          F
Novák                   Dezső                     03/02/1939       DF            5            2          F
Páncsics                Miklós                    04/02/1944       DF            6            0          F
Sárközi                 István                    21/10/1947       FW            2            1
Szalay                  Miklós                    06/12/1946       MF            2            0
Szarka                  Zoltán                    12/08/1942       GK            1            0
Szucs                   Lajos                     10/12/1943       MF            6            4          F
Coach: Károly Sós HUN 
FINAL
München, September 10, 1972
Poland           2-1 Hungary
Poland: Kostka - Gut, Cmikiewicz, Gorgon, Anczok, Szoltysik, Deyna
        (Szymczak), Kraska, Maszczyk, Lubanski, Gadocha.
Hungary: Geczi - Vepi, Pancsics, Juhasz, Szuzc, Kozma, A Dunai (Toth),
         Ku (Kocsis), Varadi, E Dunai, Balint.
Referee: Tschenscher (West Germany)
Attendance: 50,000.
Scorers: 42' Varadi 0-1; 47' Deyna 1-1; 68' Deyna 2-1.
Top scorers: Deyna (Poland)         9 goals
Munich 1972: Poland
FAMILY NAME             FIRST NAME              DATE OF BIRTH   POSITION    APPEARANCES     GOALS     FINALIST
Anczok                  Zygmunt                   14/03/1946       DF            7            0          F
Ćmikiewicz              Lesław                    25/08/1948       MF            7            0          F
Deyna                   Kazimierz                 23/10/1947       MF            7            9          F
Gadocha                 Robert                    10/01/1946       FW            7            6          F
Gorgoń                  Jerzy                     18/07/1949       DF            7            2          F
Gut                     Zbigniew                  17/04/1949       DF            4            0          F
Kmiecik                 Kazimierz                 19/09/1951       FW            3            1
Kostka                  Hubert                    27/05/1940       GK            7            0          F
Kraska                  Jerzy                     24/12/1951       DF            6            0          F
Lato                    Grzegorz                  08/04/1950       FW            1            0
Lubański                Włodzimierz               28/02/1947       FW            7            2          F
Marx                    Joachim                   31/08/1944       FW            2            0
Maszczyk                Zygmunt                   03/05/1945       MF            6            0          F
Ostafiński              Marian                    08/12/1946       DF            3            0
Szołtysik               Zygfryd                   24/10/1942       MF            5            1          F
Szymanowski             Antoni                    13/01/1951       DF            6            0
Szymczak                Ryszard                   14/12/1944       FW            2            0          F
Coach: Kazimierz Górski POL
FINAL
Montreal, 31st July, 1976
East Germany     3-1 (2-0) Poland
East Germany:
Croy, Lauck, Weise, Dörner, Kurbjuweit, Kische, Schade, Riediger (Bransch),
Höfner, Lowe (Grobner), Hoffmann.
Poland:
Tomaszewski (Mowlik), Szymanowski, Wieczorek, Zmuda, Wawrowski, Maszczyk,
Deyna, Kasperczak, Lato, Szarmach, Kmiecik.
Referee: Ramon Barreto (Uruguay)
Attendance: 71,617, Olympic Stadium
Scorers:
1-0 [ 7'] Schade; 2-0 [14'] Hoffmann; 2-1 [59'] Lato; 3-1 [79'] Höfner
Top scorer: Szarmach (Poland) 6 goals
Montreal 1976: East Germany
FAMILY NAME             FIRST NAME              DATE OF BIRTH   POSITION    APPEARANCES     GOALS     FINALIST
Bransch                 Bernd                     24/09/1944       DF            1            0          F
Croy                    Jürgen                    19/10/1946       GK            5            0          F
Dörner                  Hans-Jürgen               25/01/1951       DF            5            4          F
Grapenthin              Hans-Ulrich               02/09/1943       GK            1            0
Gröbner                 Wilfried                  18/12/1949       DF            1            0          F
Häfner                  Reinhard                  02/02/1952       MF            5            1          F
Heidler                 Gert                      30/01/1948       FW            4            0
Hoffmann                Martin                    22/03/1955       FW            5            1          F
Kische                  Gerd                      23/10/1951       DF            5            0          F
Kurbjuweit              Lothar                    06/11/1950       DF            5            1          F
Lauck                   Reinhard                  16/09/1946       MF            5            0          F
Löwe                    Wolfram                   14/05/1945       FW            5            1          F
Riedel                  Dieter                    16/09/1947       FW            1            0
Riediger                Hans-Jürgen               20/12/1955       FW            3            1          F
Schade                  Hartmut                   13/11/1954       MF            4            1          F
Weber                   Gerd                      31/05/1956       MF            2            0
Weise                   Konrad                    17/08/1951       DF            5            0          F
Coach: Georg Buschner DDR
FINAL
Moscow, August 2, 1980
Czechoslovakia   1-0 East Germany
Czechoslovakia: Seman - Mazura, Macela, Radimec, Rygel - Rott,
                Berger, Stambachr - Vizek (Svoboda), Licka,
                Pokluda (Nemec).
East Germany: Rudwaleit - Muller, Hause (Liebers), Trieloff,
              Ullrich - Schnuphase, Terletzki, Steinbach - Baum,
              Netz, Kuhn.
Referee: Azim Zade (Soviet Union)
Attendance: 70,000
Scorer: 77' Svoboda 1-0. 
Top scorer: Sergei Andreev (Soviet Union) 5 goals
Moscow 1980: Czechoslovakia
FAMILY NAME             FIRST NAME              DATE OF BIRTH   POSITION    APPEARANCES     GOALS     FINALIST
Berger                  Jan                       27/11/1955       MF            6            1          F
Kunzo                   František                 17/09/1954       DF            4            0
Lička                   Werner                    15/09/1954       FW            6            1          F
Macela                  Ludĕk                     03/10/1950       DF            5            0          F
Mazura                  Josef                     23/04/1956       DF            5            0          F
Nĕmec                   Petr                      07/06/1957       MF            3            0          F
Pokluda                 Lubomír                   17/03/1958       MF            6            2          F
Radimec                 Libor                     22/05/1950       DF            6            0          F
Rott                    Oldřich                   26/05/1951       MF            5            0          F
Rygel                   Zdenĕk                    01/03/1951       DF            2            0          F
Seman                   Stanislav                 06/08/1952       GK            6            0          F
Šreiner                 Zdenĕk                    02/06/1954       MF            3            1
Štambachr               František                 13/02/1953       MF            4            0          F
Svoboda                 Jindřich                  14/09/1952       FW            4            1          F
Václavíček              Rostislav                 07/12/1946       DF            2            0
Vízek                   Ladislav                  22/01/1955       FW            6            4          F
Coach: František Havránek TCH
FINAL
Los Angeles, August 11, 1984
France           2-0 Brazil
France: Rust - Ayache, Bibard, Jeannol, Zanon - Lemoult, Rohr,
        G Lacombe - Bijotat, Xuereb (Cubaynes), Brisson (Garande).
Brazil: R Gilmar - Ronaldo, Pinga, Mauro Galvao, Andre Luis -
        Ademir, Dunga, Gilmar - Tonho (Milton Cruz), Kita (Chicao),
        Silvinho.
Referee: Keizer (Netherlands)
Attendance: 101,000
Scorers: 55' Brisson 1-0; 62 Xuereb 2-0.
Top scorers: Cvetkovic (Yugoslavia) 5 goals
             Deveric (Yugoslavia)   5 goals
             Xuereb (France)        5 goals
Los Angeles 1984: France
FAMILY NAME             FIRST NAME              DATE OF BIRTH   POSITION    APPEARANCES     GOALS     FINALIST
Ayache                  William                   10/01/1961       DF            6            0          F
Bibard                  Michel                    30/11/1958       DF            3            0          F
Bijotat                 Dominique                 03/01/1961       MF            6            1          F
Brisson                 François                  09/04/1958       FW            5            3          F
Cubaynes                Patrick                   06/05/1960       FW            2            0          F
Garande                 Patrice                   27/11/1960       FW            3            1          F
Jeannol                 Philippe                  06/08/1958       DF            5            1          F
Lacombe                 Guy                       13/06/1955       FW            6            1          F
Lemoult                 Jean-Claude               28/08/1960       MF            5            1          F
Rohr                    Jean-Philippe             23/12/1961       MF            5            0          F
Rust                    Albert                    10/10/1953       GK            6            0          F
Sénac                   Didier                    02/10/1958       DF            5            0
Thouvenel               Jean-Christophe           08/10/1958       DF            5            0
Touré                   José                      24/04/1961       MF            4            0
Xuereb                  Daniel                    22/06/1959       FW            6            5          F
Zanon                   Jean-Louis                30/11/1960       MF            2            0          F
Coach: Henri Michel FRA
FINAL (1/10)
Seoul
Soviet Union   2 - 1   Brazil (aet, FT 1-1)
Soviet Union: Kharin - Ketashvili, Yarovenko, Gorlukovich, Losev -
              Kuznetsov, Dobrovolski, Mikhailichenko, Tatarchuk -
              Liuti (Skliyarov), Narbekovas (Savichev).
Brazil: Taffarel - Luis Carlos, Aloisio, Andre Cruz, Jorginho - Andrade,
        Milton, Neto (Edmar) - Careca II, Bebeto (Joao Paulo), Romario.
Referee: Gerard Bignet (France)
Attendance: 75 000 
Scorers: 30' Romario 0-1; 61' Dobrovolski (pen) 1-1; 103' Savichev 2-1.
Top scorers: Romario (Brazil)                7 goals
Seoul 1988: Soviet Union
FAMILY NAME             FIRST NAME              DATE OF BIRTH   POSITION    APPEARANCES     GOALS     FINALIST
Borodyuk                Aleksandr                 30/11/1962       MF            2            0
Cherednik               Aleksei                   15/09/1960       DF            4            0
Dobrovolski             Igor                      27/08/1967       FW            6            6          F
Fokin                   Sergei                    26/07/1961       DF            1            0
Gorlukovich             Sergei                    18/11/1961       DF            6            0          F
Janonis                 Arvydas                   06/11/1960       DF            1            0
Ketashvili              Gela                      27/09/1965       DF            6            0          F
Kharine                 Dmitri                    16/08/1968       GK            6            0          F
Kuznetsov               Yevgeni                   30/08/1961       MF            5            0          F
Losev                   Viktor                    25/01/1959       DF            6            0          F
Lyutyi                  Volodymyr                 20/04/1962       MF            6            0          F
Mykhaylychenko          Oleksiy                   30/03/1963       MF            6            5          F
Narbekovas              Arminas                   28/01/1965       MF            6            2          F
Ponomaryov              Igor                      24/02/1960       MF            1            0  
Savichev                Yuri                      13/02/1965       FW            5            1          F
Sklyarov                Igor                      31/08/1966       DF            2            0          F
Tatarchuk               Vladimir                  25/04/1966       MF            5            0          F
Yarovenko               Evgeny                    17/08/1963       DF            4            0          F
Coach: Anatoliy Byshovets URS
FINAL
August 8, 1992  Att: 95,000     Ref: Jose Torres (COL)
                        Spain           3-2 (0-1)       Poland
                                                        0-1 44' Kowalczyk 
                        1-1 65' Abelardo
                        2-1 72' Quico
                                                        2-2 76' Staniek
                        3-2 90' Quico
Spain: Toni - Abelardo, Lopez, Solozabal, Ferrere, Guardiola,
       Berges, Lasa (Amavisca 53'), Luis Enrique, Alfonso, Quico
Poland: Klak - Jalocha (M.Swierczewski 56'), Kozminski, Waldoch,
        Lapinski, Gesior, Brzeczek, Kobylanski, Staniek, Kowalczyk, Juskowiak
TOPSCORERS
1. Andrzej JUSKOWIAK (Poland)        7 goals
Barcelona 1992: Spain
FAMILY NAME             FIRST NAME              DATE OF BIRTH   POSITION    APPEARANCES     GOALS     FINALIST
Amavisca Gárate         José Emilio               19/06/1971       MF            3            0          F
Berges Martín           Rafael                    21/01/1971       DF            6            2          F
Fernández Antuña        Abelardo                  19/03/1970       DF            5            2          F
Ferrer Llopis           Albert                    06/06/1970       DF            5            0          F
Guardiola Sala          Josep                     18/01/1971       MF            6            1          F
Hernández Sánchez       Miguel                    19/02/1970       DF            2            0
Jiménez Sistachs        Antonio “Toni”            12/10/1970       GK            6            0          F
Lasa Goikoetxea         Mikel                     09/09/1971       DF            6            0          F
López Martínez          Juan Manuel “Juanma”      03/09/1969       DF            4            0          F
Martínez García         Luis Enrique              08/05/1970       MF            6            1          F
Narváez Machón          Francisco Miguel “Kiko”   26/04/1972       FW            6            5          F
Pérez Muñoz             Alfonso                   26/09/1972       FW            5            1          F
Pinilla Miranda         Antonio                   25/02/1971       FW            2            0
Soler Atencia           Francisco “Paco”          05/03/1970       MF            4            1
Solozábal Villanueva    Roberto                   15/09/1969       DF            6            1          F
Vidal Nova              Gabriel                   05/10/1969       MF            2            0
Villabona Etxaleku      David                     05/12/1969       MF            2            0         
Coach: Vicente Miera Campos ESP
FINAL
Athens, August 3, 1996.
Nigeria          3-2 Argentina
Nigeria: Dosu, Obaraku (61' Oruma), West, Okechukwu, Babayaro, Oliseh,
         Ikpeba (74' Amunike), Okocha (59' Lawal), Babangida, Kanu,
         Amokachi.
Argentina: Cavallero, Zanetti, Ayala, Sensini, Chamot, Bassedas, Almeyda,
           Ortega, Morales (58' Simeone), Lopez, Crespo.
Referee: Collina (Italy)
Attendance: 86,100.
Scorers: 3' Lopez 0-1; 27' Babayaro 1-1; 50' Crespo (pen) 1-2; 
         74' Amokachi 2-2; 89' Amunike 3-2. 
Top scorers: Bebeto (Brazil)     6 goals
             Crespo (Argentina)  6 goals
NIGERIA 1996
Atlanta 1996: Nigeria
FAMILY NAME             FIRST NAME              DATE OF BIRTH   POSITION    APPEARANCES     GOALS     FINALIST
Amokachi                Daniel                    30/12/1972       FW            6            1          F
Amuneke                 Emmanuel                  25/12/1970       MF            6            1          F
Babangida               Tijani                    25/09/1973       FW            6            1          F
Babayaro                Celestine                 29/08/1978       DF            5            2          F
Dosu                    Joseph                    19/06/1973       GK            6            0          F
Fatusi                  Teslim                    17/09/1977       FW            3            0
Ikpeba                  Victor                    12/06/1973       FW            6            1          F
Kanu                    Nwankwo                   01/08/1976       FW            6            3          F
Lawal                   Garba                     22/05/1974       MF            6            0          F
Obafemi                 Abiodun                   25/12/1973       DF            1            0 
Okechukwu               Uche                      27/09/1967       DF            6            0          F
Okocha                  Augustine “Jay-Jay”       14/08/1973       MF            6            2          F
Oliseh                  Sunday                    14/09/1974       MF            5            0          F
Oparaku                 Mobi                      01/12/1976       DF            6            0          F
Oruma                   Wilson                    30/12/1976       MF            2            0          F
West                    Taribo                    26/03/1974       DF            6            0          F
Coach: Johannes “Jo” Bonfrère NED
FINAL
Sep 30  Sydney OS 12:00   Cameroon         2-2 Spain               [asdet, 5-3 pen]  [Amaya 53og, Samuel Eto'o 58; Xavi 2, Gabri 45]  [ref: Felipe Ramos Rizo (Mexico); att: 98,212]
[Cameroon: 18-Carlos Idriss Kameni; 3-Pierre Wome, 5-Patrice Abanda, 13-Aaron Nguimbat (11-Daniel Ngom Kome 46), 17-Serge  Branco (15-Joel Epalle 91); 12-Lauren Etame Mayer, 8-Geremi  Njitap, 7-Nicolas Alnoudji (2-Albert Meyong Ze 111), 4-Serge   Mimpo; 10-Patrick Mboma, 9-Samuel Eto'o; trainer: Akono;
Spain: 1-Aranzubia; 12-Puyol, 2-Lacruz, 4-Marchena, 14-Amaya;6-Albelda, 8-Xavi, 16-Toni Velamazan (10-Gabri 26), 7-Angulo (3-Capdevila 75), 9-Jose Mari, 17-Tamudo, (11-Ferron 49); trainer: Sáez Ruiz]
red cards: Gabri 70, Jose Mari 90]
Sydney 2000: Cameroon
FAMILY NAME             FIRST NAME              DATE OF BIRTH   POSITION    APPEARANCES     GOALS     FINALIST
Abanda                  Patrice                   03/08/1978       DF            6            0          F
Alnoudji                Nicolas                   09/12/1979       MF            6            1          F
Beaud                   Clément                   07/12/1980       MF            1            0
Bekono                  Daniel                    31/05/1978       GK            3            0
Branco                  Serge                     11/10/1980       DF            5            0          F
Epalle                  Joël                      20/02/1978       MF            4            0          F
Etame-Mayer             Laureano “Lauren”         19/01/1977       DF            6            2          F
Eto'o                   Samuel                    10/03/1981       FW            6            1          F
Kameni                  Idriss Carlos             18/02/1984       GK            3            0          F
M'Bami                  Modeste                   09/10/1982       MF            3            1          
M'Boma                  Patrick                   15/11/1970       FW            6            4          F
Meyong Ze               Albert                    19/10/1980       FW            3            0          F
Mimpo                   Serge                     06/02/1974       MF            6            0          F
Ngom Kome               Daniel                    19/05/1980       MF            3            0          F
Nguimbat                Aaron                     13/03/1978       DF            5            0          F
N'Jitap                 Geremi                    20/12/1978       MF            5            0          F
Suffo                   Patrick                   17/01/1978       FW            3            0
Wome                    Pierre                    26/03/1979       DF            6            0          F
Coach: Jean-Paul Akono CMR
FINALArgentina     1-0    Paraguay            Stadium: Olympic Stadium (Greece)
       [TEVEZ Carlos 18]
ARG:   LUX German, AYALA Roberto, COLOCCINI Fabricio, MASCHERANO Javier, HEINZE Gabriel, DELGADO Cesar (RODRIGUEZ Clemente 76), TEVEZ Carlos, GONZALEZ Cristian, ROSALES Mauro, D’ALESSANDRO Andres, GONZALEZ Luis.
PAR:   BARRETO Diego, MARTINEZ Emilio, MANZUR Julio, GAMARRA Carlos, ESQUIVEL Celso (GONZALEZ Julio 76), GIMENEZ Pablo, BARRETO Edgar (CRISTALDO Ernesto 72), BAREIRO Fredy, FIGUEREDO Diego, TORRES Aureliano, ENCISO Julio Cesar (DIAZ Osvaldo 63).
REF:   VASSARAS Kyros (GRE)
YELLOW CARDS:
       ARG: GONZALEZ Cristian 48.
PAR: GAMARRA Carlos 30, MANZUR Julio 37, ESQUIVEL Celso 45, FIGUEREDO Diego 65, TORRES Aureliano 72, FIGUEREDO Diego 82, GONZALEZ Julio 87.  
RED CARDS:
       PAR: MARTINEZ Emilio 66 (Red Card), FIGUEREDO Diego 82 (2nd Yellow)  
ATT:   41,116
Athens 2004: Argentina
FAMILY NAME             FIRST NAME              DATE OF BIRTH   POSITION    APPEARANCES     GOALS     FINALIST
Ayala                   Roberto Fabián            14/04/1973       DF            6            0          F
Burdisso                Nicolás Andrés            12/04/1981       DF            3            0
Coloccini               Fabricio                  22/01/1982       DF            6            0          F
D'Alessandro            Andrés Nicolás            15/04/1981       MF            6            1          F
Delgado                 César Fabián              18/08/1981       FW            6            2          F
González                Cristian Alberto “Kily”   04/08/1974       MF            6            1          F
González                Luis Oscar “Lucho”        19/01/1981       MF            6            1          F                
González                Mariano Nicolás           05/05/1981       MF            3            1
Heinze                  Gabriel Iván              19/04/1978       DF            6            1          F
Lux                     Germán Darío              07/06/1982       GK            6            0          F
Mascherano              Javier Alejandro          08/06/1984       MF            6            0          F
Medina                  Nicolás Rubén             17/02/1982       MF            3            0
Rodríguez               Clemente Juan             31/07/1981       DF            4            0          F
Rosales                 Mauro Damián              24/02/1981       FW            6            1          F
Saviola                 Javier Pedro              11/12/1981       FW            3            1
Tévez                   Carlos Alberto            05/02/1984       FW            6            8          F
Coach: Marcelo Alberto Bielsa ARG
GOLD MEDAL MATCH
[Aug 23]
In Beijing (National Stadium - Bird's Nest)
Nigeria 0
Argentina 1 (Angel Di Maria 58)
HT: 0-0. Att: 89,102. Ref: Viktor Kassai (Hungary).
NGA: 1-Ambruse Vanzekin; 2-Chibuzor Okonkwo, 4-Onyekachi Apam, 5-Dele
     Adeleye, 13-Olubayo Adefemi; 12-Ebenezer Ajilore, 10-Promise Isaac
     © (17-Emmanuel Ekpo 70), 6-Monday James; 9-Victor Obinna,
     11-Solomon Okoronkwo (16-Victor Anichebe 64), 14-Peter Odemwingie.
Coach: Samson Siasia.
ARG: 18-Sergio Romero; 4-Pablo Zabaleta, 12-Nicolas Pareja, 2-Ezequiel
     Garay, 3-Luciano Monzon; 14-Javier Mascherano, 5-Fernando Gago,
     10-Juan Roman Riquelme ©, 11-Angel Di Maria (8-Ever Banega 88);
     15-Lionel Messi (9-Ezequiel Lavezzi 90+3), 16-Sergio Aguero
     (7-Jose Ernesto Sosa 79).
Coach: Sergio Batista.
Booked: NGA - Obinna 51, Apam 68.
        ARG - Di Maria 74, Monzon 81, Riquelme 82.

GOALSCORERS:
4 - Giuseppe Rossi (Italy).
Beijing 2008: Argentina
FAMILY NAME             FIRST NAME              DATE OF BIRTH   POSITION    APPEARANCES     GOALS     FINALIST
Acosta                  Lautaro Germán            14/03/1988       FW            3            1 
Agüero                  Sergio Leonel             02/06/1988       FW            5            2          F  
Banega                  Éver Maximiliano          29/06/1988       MF            3            0          F
Buonanotte              Diego Mario               19/04/1988       MF            1            1
di María                Ángel Fabián              14/02/1988       MF            6            2          F
Fazio                   Federico Julián           17/03/1987       DF            2            0
Gago                    Fernando Rubén            10/04/1986       MF            6            0          F
Garay                   Ezequiel Marcelo          10/10/1986       DF            5            0          F
Lavezzi                 Ezequiel Iván             03/05/1985       FW            5            2          F
Mascherano              Javier Alejandro          08/06/1984       MF            6            0          F
Messi                   Lionel Andrés             24/06/1987       FW            5            2          F
Monzón                  Luciano Fabián            13/04/1987       DF            6            0          F
Pareja                  Nicolás Martín            19/01/1984       DF            5            0          F
Riquelme                Juan Román                24/06/1978       MF            5            1          F
Romero                  Sergio Germán             22/02/1987       GK            4            0          F
Sosa                    José Ernesto              19/06/1985       MF            5            0          F
Ustari                  Oscar Alfredo             03/07/1986       GK            3            0        
Zabaleta                Pablo Javier              16/01/1985       MF            6            0          F
Coach: Sergio Daniel Batista ARG
 ARGENTINA BI CAMPEON OLIMPICO 2004 2008 

Only 12 players have won the Olympic Football Tournament twice:
José Leandro      Andrade               URU     1924, 1928
Pedro             Arispe                URU     1924, 1928
Arthur            Berry                 GBR     1908, 1912
Pedro             Cea                   URU     1924, 1928
Javier Alejandro  Mascherano            ARG     2004, 2008
Andrés            Mazali                URU     1924, 1928
José              Nasazzi               URU     1924, 1928
Dezső             Novák                 HUN     1964, 1968
Pedro             Petrone               URU     1924, 1928
Héctor            Scarone               URU     1924, 1928
Santos            Urdinarán             URU     1924, 1928
Vivian            Woodward              GBR     1908, 1912

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