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1960 European Nations' Cup final tournament

The final tournament of the 1960 European Nations' Cup was a single-elimination tournament involving the four teams that qualified from the quarter-finals. There were two rounds of matches: a semi-final stage leading to the final to decide the champions. The final tournament began with the semi-finals on 6 July and ended with the final on 10 July at the Parc des Princes in Paris. The Soviet Union won the tournament with a 2–1 victory over Yugoslavia.[1]

All times Central European Time (UTC+1)

Contents

FormatEdit

Any game in the final tournament that was undecided by the end of the regular 90 minutes was followed by thirty minutes of extra time (two 15-minute halves). If scores were still level, a coin toss would be used in all matches but the final. If the final finished level after extra time, a replay would take place at a later date to decide the winner.

TeamsEdit

Team Method of
qualification
Date of
qualification
  Czechoslovakia Second round winner 27 March 1960
  France (host) Second round winner 22 May 1960
  Soviet Union Second round winner 29 May 1960
  Yugoslavia Second round winner 29 May 1960

BracketEdit

 
Semi-finalsFinal
 
      
 
6 July – Marseille
 
 
  Czechoslovakia0
 
10 July – Paris
 
  Soviet Union3
 
  Soviet Union (a.e.t.)2
 
6 July – Paris
 
  Yugoslavia1
 
  France4
 
 
  Yugoslavia5
 
Third place play-off
 
 
9 July – Marseille
 
 
  Czechoslovakia2
 
 
  France0

Semi-finalsEdit

France vs YugoslaviaEdit

France  4–5  Yugoslavia
Report
Attendance: 26,370
 
 
 
 
 
France
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Yugoslavia
GK 1 Georges Lamia
RB 2 Jean Wendling
LB 4 Bruno Rodzik
RH 3 Robert Herbin
CH 5 Jean-Jacques Marcel
LH 6 René Ferrier
OR 10 François Heutte (c)
IR 8 Lucien Muller
CF 9 Maryan Wisnieski
IL 7 Michel Stievenard
OL 11 Jean Vincent
Manager:
Albert Batteux
 
GK 1 Milutin Šoškić
RB 2 Vladimir Durković
LB 3 Fahrudin Jusufi
RH 4 Ante Žanetić
CH 5 Branko Zebec (c)
LH 6 Željko Perušić
OR 7 Tomislav Knez
IR 8 Dražan Jerković
CF 9 Milan Galić
IL 10 Dragoslav Šekularac
OL 11 Bora Kostić
Managers:
Ljubomir Lovrić
Dragomir Nikolić
Aleksandar Tirnanić

Czechoslovakia vs Soviet UnionEdit

Czechoslovakia  0–3  Soviet Union
Report
Attendance: 25,184
Referee: Cesare Jonni (Italy)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Czechoslovakia
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Soviet Union
GK 1 Viliam Schrojf
RB 2 František Šafránek
LB 3 Ján Popluhár
RH 4 Ladislav Novák (c)
CH 5 Titus Buberník
LH 6 Josef Masopust
OR 7 Josef Vojta
IR 8 Anton Moravčík
CF 9 Andrej Kvašňák
IL 10 Vlastimil Bubník
OL 11 Milan Dolinský
Manager:
Rudolf Vytlačil
 
GK 1 Lev Yashin
RB 2 Givi Chokheli
LB 4 Anatoly Krutikov
RH 5 Yuriy Voynov
CH 3 Anatoli Maslyonkin
LH 6 Igor Netto (c)
OR 7 Slava Metreveli
IR 9 Viktor Ponedelnik
CF 10 Valentin Bubukin
IL 8 Valentin Ivanov
OL 11 Mikheil Meskhi
Manager:
Gavriil Kachalin

Third place play-offEdit

Czechoslovakia  2–0  France
Report
Attendance: 9,438
Referee: Cesare Jonni (Italy)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Czechoslovakia
 
 
 
 
 
France
GK 1 Viliam Schrojf
RB 2 František Šafránek
LB 3 Ján Popluhár
RH 4 Ladislav Novák (c)
CH 5 Titus Buberník
LH 6 Josef Masopust
OR 7 Ladislav Pavlovič
IR 8 Josef Vojta
CF 9 Pavol Molnár
IL 10 Vlastimil Bubník
OL 11 Milan Dolinský
Manager:
Rudolf Vytlačil
 
GK 1 Jean Taillandier
RB 2 Bruno Rodzik
LB 4 André Chorda
RH 5 Jean-Jacques Marcel
CH 3 Robert Jonquet (c)
LH 6 Robert Siatka
OR 7 François Heutte
IR 8 Yvon Douis
CF 9 Maryan Wisnieski
IL 10 Michel Stievenard
OL 11 Jean Vincent
Manager:
Albert Batteux

FinalEdit

Soviet Union  2–1 (a.e.t.)  Yugoslavia
Report
Attendance: 17,966[2]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Soviet Union
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Yugoslavia
GK 1 Lev Yashin
RB 2 Givi Chokheli
CB 4 Anatoly Krutikov
LB 3 Anatoli Maslyonkin
RH 5 Yuriy Voynov
LH 6 Igor Netto (c)
OR 8 Valentin Ivanov
IR 7 Slava Metreveli
CF 9 Viktor Ponedelnik
IL 10 Valentin Bubukin
OL 11 Mikheil Meskhi
Manager:
Gavriil Kachalin
 
GK 1 Blagoje Vidinić
RB 2 Vladimir Durković
CB 5 Jovan Miladinović
LB 3 Fahrudin Jusufi
RH 4 Ante Žanetić
LH 6 Željko Perušić
OR 7 Željko Matuš
IR 10 Dragoslav Šekularac
CF 8 Dražan Jerković
IL 9 Milan Galić
OL 11 Bora Kostić (c)
Managers:
Ljubomir Lovrić
Dragomir Nikolić
Aleksandar Tirnanić

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Ponedelnik heads Soviet Union to glory". UEFA.com. Union of European Football Associations. 1 October 2003. Retrieved 20 February 2017.
  2. ^ "Soviet Union 2–1 Yugoslavia". UEFA.com. Union of European Football Associations. Archived from the original on 17 August 2000. Retrieved 1 July 2012.

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