A total of 56 teams entered the 1962 FIFA World Cup qualification rounds, competing for a total of 16 spots in the final tournament. Chile, as the hosts, and Brazil, as the defending champions, qualified automatically, leaving 14 spots open for competition.
|Dates||21 August 1960 – 16 December 1961|
|Teams||56 (from 6 confederations)|
|Goals scored||325 (3.53 per match)|
|Top scorer(s)|| Andrej Kvašňák|
As with previous World Cups, the rules of the qualification rounds were quite confusing. Moreover, the winners of the four weakest continental zones: North America (NAFC), Central America and Caribbean (CCCF), Africa (CAF) and Asia (AFC), were not guaranteed direct spots in the final tournament. Instead, each of them had to enter a play-off against a team from either Europe (UEFA) or South America (CONMEBOL), with the winners of the three play-offs qualifying.
The 16 spots available in the 1962 World Cup would be distributed among the continental zones as follows:
- Europe (UEFA): 8 direct places + 2 spots in the Intercontinental Play-offs (against teams from CAF and AFC), contested by 30 teams (including Israel and Ethiopia).
- South America (CONMEBOL): 5 direct places + 1 spot in the Intercontinental Play-offs (against a team from CCCF/NAFC); 2 direct places went to automatic qualifiers Chile and Brazil, while the other 3.5 places were contested by 7 teams.
- North, Central America and Caribbean (CCCF/NAFC): 1 spot in the Intercontinental Play-offs (against a team from CONMEBOL), contested by 8 teams.
- Africa (CAF): 1 spot in the Intercontinental Play-offs (against a team from UEFA), contested by 6 teams.
- Asia (AFC): 1 spot in the Intercontinental Play-offs (against a team from UEFA), contested by 3 teams.
A total of 49 teams played at least one qualifying match. A total of 92 qualifying matches were played, and 325 goals were scored (an average of 3.53 per match).
Listed below are the dates and results of the qualification rounds.
The 30 teams were divided into 10 groups. The groups had different rules, as follows:
- Groups 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8 had 3 teams each. The teams played against each other on a home-and-away basis. The group winners would qualify.
- Group 7 had 5 teams. The teams played in a knockout tournament, with matches on a home-and-away basis. The group winner would qualify.
- Group 9 had 2 teams. The teams played against each other on a home-and-away basis. The group winner would advance to the UEFA / CAF Intercontinental Play-off.
- Group 10 had 2 teams. The teams played against each other on a home-and-away basis. The group winner would advance to the UEFA / AFC Intercontinental Play-off.
UEFA Group 1Edit
|19 October 1960||Sweden||2–0||Belgium||Stockholm, Sweden|
|Report||Referee: Wharton (Scotland)|
|20 November 1960||Belgium||2–4||Switzerland||Brussels, Belgium|
|Van Himst 24'
|Report||Antenen 21', 48', 78'
|Referee: Seipelt (Austria)|
|20 May 1961||Switzerland||2–1||Belgium||Lausanne, Switzerland|
|Ballaman 8', 16'||Report||Claessen 83'||Referee: Dorogi (Hungary)|
|28 May 1961||Sweden||4–0||Switzerland||Stockholm, Sweden|
Börjesson 15', 75'
|Report||Referee: Scares (Portugal)|
|4 October 1961||Belgium||0–2||Sweden||Brussels, Belgium|
|Report||Brodd 70', 78'||Referee: Guerra (Portugal)|
|29 October 1961||Switzerland||3–2||Sweden||Bern, Switzerland|
|Referee: Aston (England)|
Sweden and Switzerland finished level on points, and a play-off on neutral ground was played to decide who would qualify.
|12 November 1961||Switzerland||2–1||Sweden||West Berlin, West Germany|
|Report||Brodd 20'||Referee: Dusch (West Germany)|
UEFA Group 2Edit
|25 September 1960||Finland||1–2||France||Helsinki, Finland|
|Pahlman 36' (pen.)||Report||Wisnieski 63'
|Referee: Malka (West Germany)|
|11 December 1960||France||3–0||Bulgaria||Colombes, France|
|Report||Stadium: Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir|
Referee: Bonetto (Italy)
|16 June 1961||Finland||0–2||Bulgaria||Helsinki, Finland|
Kolev 75' (pen.)
Referee: Latyshev (Soviet Union)
|28 September 1961||France||5–1||Finland||Paris, France|
|Faivre 6', 41'
|Report||Pahlman 44'||Referee: Dienst (Switzerland)|
|29 October 1961||Bulgaria||3–1||Finland||Sofia, Bulgaria|
|Report||Pietiläinen 10'||Stadium: Vasil Levski|
Referee: Baçar (Turkey)
|12 November 1961||Bulgaria||1–0||France||Sofia, Bulgaria|
|Iliev 89'||Report||Stadium: Vasil Levski|
Referee: Fend (Czechoslovakia)
Bulgaria and France finished level on points, and a play-off on neutral ground was played to decide who would qualify.
|16 December 1961||Bulgaria||1–0||France||Milan, Italy|
|Yakimov 47'||Report||Stadium: San Siro|
Referee: Lo Bello (Italy)
UEFA Group 3Edit
|26 October 1960||Northern Ireland||3–4||West Germany||Belfast, Northern Ireland|
|McAdams 27', 51', 90'||Report||Brülls 7'
Dörfel 55', 79'
|Referee: Horn (Netherlands)|
|20 November 1960||Greece||0–3||West Germany||Athens, Greece|
|Referee: Ehrlich (Yugoslavia)|
|3 May 1961||Greece||2–1||Northern Ireland||Athens, Greece|
|Papaemmanouil 8', 64'||Report||McIlroy 81'||Referee: Priesner (Israel)|
|10 May 1961||West Germany||2–1||Northern Ireland||West Berlin, West Germany|
|Report||McIlroy 69'||Referee: Lindberg (Sweden)|
|17 October 1961||Northern Ireland||2–0||Greece||Belfast, Northern Ireland|
|McLaughlin 28', 57'||Report||Referee: Bonetto (Italy)|
|22 October 1961||West Germany||2–1||Greece||Augsburg, West Germany|
|Seeler 5', 27'||Report||Papaemmanouil 59'||Referee: Nilsen (Norway)|
West Germany qualified
UEFA Group 4Edit
|16 April 1961||Hungary||2–0||East Germany||Budapest, Hungary|
|Report||Referee: Takov (Bulgaria)|
|30 April 1961||Netherlands||0–3||Hungary||Rotterdam, Netherlands|
|Referee: Kingston (Wales)|
|14 May 1961||East Germany||1–1||Netherlands||Leipzig, East Germany|
|Erler 79'||Report||Groot 63'||Referee: Jörgensen (Denmark)|
|10 September 1961||East Germany||2–3||Hungary||East Berlin, East Germany|
P. Ducke 87'
|Referee: Lukianov (Soviet Union)|
|22 October 1961||Hungary||3–3||Netherlands||Budapest, Hungary|
|Report||Van de Linden 8', 14'
|Referee: Phillips (Scotland)|
UEFA Group 5Edit
|18 June 1961||Soviet Union||1–0||Turkey||Moscow, Soviet Union|
|Voronin 20'||Report||Referee: Hirviniemi (Finland)|
|1 July 1961||Soviet Union||5–2||Norway||Moscow, Soviet Union|
Bubukin 32', 66'
E. Hansen 87'
|Referee: Kowal (Poland)|
|23 August 1961||Norway||0–3||Soviet Union||Oslo, Norway|
|Referee: Meighan (Republic of Ireland)|
|29 October 1961||Turkey||2–1||Norway||Istanbul, Turkey|
|Report||Jensen 59'||Referee: Popa (Romania)|
|12 November 1961||Turkey||1–2||Soviet Union||Istanbul, Turkey|
|Oktay 78'||Report||Gusarov 12'
|Referee: Verner (Israel)|
Soviet Union qualified
UEFA Group 6Edit
|19 October 1960||Luxembourg||0–9||England||Luxembourg, Luxembourg|
|Report||Charlton 3', 7', 66'
Greaves 16', 83', 85'
Smith 22', 46'
|Referee: Martens (Netherlands)|
|19 March 1961||Portugal||6–0||Luxembourg||Lisbon, Portugal|
Yaúca 49', 53', 61'
Brosius 83' (o.g.)
|Report||Referee: Mellet (Switzerland)|
|21 May 1961||Portugal||1–1||England||Lisbon, Portugal|
|Águas 59'||Report||Flowers 82'||Referee: Bonetto (Italy)|
|28 September 1961||England||4–1||Luxembourg||London, England|
Charlton 45', 76'
|Report||Dimmer 69'||Referee: Versyp (Belgium)|
|8 October 1961||Luxembourg||4–2||Portugal||Luxembourg, Luxembourg|
|Schmit 27', 53', 56'
N. Hoffmann 84'
|Referee: Tschenscher (West Germany)|
|25 October 1961||England||2–0||Portugal||London, England|
|Report||Referee: Bois (France)|
UEFA Group 7Edit
|13 November 1960||Cyprus||1–1||Israel||Nicosia, Cyprus|
|Shialis 29'||Report||Kofman 31'||Referee: Bajić (Yugoslavia)|
|27 November 1960||Israel||6–1||Cyprus||Tel Aviv, Israel|
|Levi 14', 30', 66'
Stelmach 61', 88'
|Report||Shialis 89' (pen.)||Referee: Bajić (Yugoslavia)|
Israel advanced to the Second Round.
Romania withdrew, so Italy advanced to the Final Round automatically.
|19 March 1961||Israel||3–2||Ethiopia||Haifa, Israel|
|Glazer 27', 77'
|Referee: Pósa (Hungary)|
Israel advanced to the Final Round.
|15 October 1961||Israel||2–4||Italy||Tel Aviv, Israel|
|Report||Lojacono 53' (pen.)
Corso 87', 90'
|Referee: Takow (Bulgaria)|
|4 November 1961||Italy||6–0||Israel||Turin, Italy|
|Sivori 16', 52', 65', 88'
|Report||Referee: Asensi Martin (Spain)|
UEFA Group 8Edit
|3||Republic of Ireland||4||0||0||4||3||17||−14||0|
|3 May 1961||Scotland||4–1||Republic of Ireland||Glasgow, Scotland|
|Brand 14', 40'
Herd 59', 85'
|Report||Haverty 52'||Referee: Guigue (France)|
|7 May 1961||Republic of Ireland||0–3||Scotland||Dublin, Republic of Ireland|
|Report||Young 4', 16'
|Referee: Grandain (Belgium)|
|14 May 1961||Czechoslovakia||4–0||Scotland||Bratislava, Czechoslovakia|
|Pospíchal 8', 85'
Kvašňák 13' (pen.)
|Report||Referee: Steiner (Austria)|
|29 September 1961||Scotland||3–2||Czechoslovakia||Glasgow, Scotland|
|St. John 21'
Law 62', 83'
|Referee: Gulliksen (Norway)|
|8 October 1961||Republic of Ireland||1–3||Czechoslovakia||Dublin, Republic of Ireland|
|Giles 40'||Report||Scherer 3'
Kvašňák 61', 69'
|Referee: Holland (England)|
|29 October 1961||Czechoslovakia||7–1||Republic of Ireland||Prague, Czechoslovakia|
|Kvašňák 8', 36'
Scherer 24', 75'
|Report||Fogarty 56'||Referee: Lundell (Sweden)|
Czechoslovakia and Scotland finished level on points, and a play-off on neutral ground was played to decide who would qualify.
|29 November 1961||Czechoslovakia||4–2|
|Report||St. John 38', 71'||Referee: Versyp (Belgium)|
UEFA Group 9Edit
|19 April 1961||Wales||1–2||Spain||Cardiff, Wales|
|Woosnam 7'||Report||Rodríguez 21'
Di Stéfano 78'
|Referee: Reymaeckers (Belgium)|
|18 May 1961||Spain||1–1||Wales||Madrid, Spain|
|Peiró 55'||Report||Allchurch 69'||Referee: Horn (Netherlands)|
Spain advanced to the UEFA / CAF Intercontinental Play-off.
UEFA Group 10Edit
|4 June 1961||Yugoslavia||2–1||Poland||Belgrade, Yugoslavia|
|Kaloperović 42' (pen.)
|Report||Brychczy 65'||Referee: Stathatos (Greece)|
|25 June 1961||Poland||1–1||Yugoslavia||Chorzów, Poland|
|Szmidt 29'||Report||Galić 2'||Referee: Korelus (Czechoslovakia)|
Yugoslavia advanced to the UEFA / AFC Intercontinental Play-off.
Among the 7 teams, Paraguay were drawn to play in the CONMEBOL / CCCF / NAFC Intercontinental Play-off. The remaining 6 teams were divided into 3 groups of 2 teams each. The teams played against each other on a home-and-away basis. The group winners would qualify.
CONMEBOL Group 1Edit
|4 December 1960||Ecuador||3–6||Argentina||Guayaquil, Ecuador|
Raffo 83', 85'
|Corbatta 5' (pen.), 40'
|Referee: Robles (Chile)|
|17 December 1960||Argentina||5–0||Ecuador||Buenos Aires, Argentina|
|Gómez 6' (o.g.)
Corbatta 55' (pen.)
|Referee: Robles (Chile)|
CONMEBOL Group 2Edit
|30 July 1961||Uruguay||2–1||Bolivia||Montevideo, Uruguay|
|Camacho 65'||Referee: Robles (Chile)|
CONMEBOL Group 3Edit
North, Central America and CaribbeanEdit
There would be two rounds of play:
- First Round: The remaining 7 teams (Canada withdrew before the matches began) were divided into 3 groups of 2 or 3 teams each (Group 1 with teams from Northern America and Mexico, Group 2 with teams from Central America and Group 3 with teams from Caribbean). The teams played against each other on a home-and-away basis. The group winners would advance to the Final Round.
- Final Round: The 3 teams played against each other on a home-and-away basis. The group winner would advance to the CONMEBOL/CCCF/NAFC Intercontinental Play-off.
CCCF/NAFC First RoundEdit
|6 November 1960||United States||3–3||Mexico||Los Angeles, United States|
|Bicek 31' (pen.)
Reyes 17', 21'
|Referee: Kulai (Canada)|
|13 November 1960||Mexico||3–0||United States||Mexico City, Mexico|
|Referee: Sanchez (Honduras)|
Mexico advanced to the Final Round.
|21 August 1960||Costa Rica||3–2||Guatemala||San Jose, Costa Rica|
Ulloa 52', 58'
|Referee: Sundheim (Colombia)|
|28 August 1960||Guatemala||4–4||Costa Rica||Guatemala City, Guatemala|
|López 13', 49', 79'
|Jiménez 18', 57'
Ulloa 35', 81'
|Referee: Sundheim (Colombia)|
|4 September 1960||Honduras||2–1||Costa Rica||Tegucigalpa, Honduras|
|Rodríguez 46'||Referee: Sundheim (Colombia)|
|11 September 1960||Costa Rica||5–0||Honduras||San Jose, Costa Rica|
|Jiménez 31', 34'
|Referee: Sundheim (Colombia)|
|25 September 1960||Honduras||1–1||Guatemala||Tegucigalpa, Honduras|
|Suazo 59'||López 28'||Referee: Mendez (El Salvador)|
|14 January 1961||Costa Rica||1–0||Honduras||Guatemala City, Guatemala|
|Rodríguez 29'||Referee: Buergo Elcuaz (Mexico)|
Costa Rica advanced to the Final Round.
|2 October 1960||Suriname||1–2||Netherlands Antilles||Paramaribo, Suriname|
|Foe a Man 45'||Dirksz 21', 45'||Referee: Orrego (Colombia)|
|27 November 1960||Netherlands Antilles||0–0||Suriname||Willemstad, Netherlands Antilles|
|Referee: Yamasaki (Peru)|
Netherlands Antilles advanced to the Final Round.
CCCF/NAFC Final RoundEdit
|29 March 1961||Costa Rica||6–0||Netherlands Antilles||San Jose, Costa Rica|
Quesada 28', 89'
|Referee: Tejada Burga (Peru)|
|5 April 1961||Mexico||7–0||Netherlands Antilles||Mexico City, Mexico|
|Flores 28', 52', 64'
Reyes 45', 75'
González 65', 80'
|Referee: Morgan (Canada)|
|12 April 1961||Mexico||4–1||Costa Rica||Mexico City, Mexico|
|Grant 54'||Referee: Sundheim (Colombia)|
|23 April 1961||Netherlands Antilles||2–0||Costa Rica||Willemstad, Netherlands Antilles|
|Loran 30', 34'||Referee: Trapote López (Venezuela)|
|21 May 1961||Netherlands Antilles||0–0||Mexico||Willemstad, Netherlands Antilles|
|Referee: Goldstein (United States)|
Mexico advanced to the CONMEBOL/CCCF/NAFC Intercontinental Play-off.
There would be two rounds of play:
- First Round: The 6 teams were divided into 3 groups of 2 teams each. The teams played against each other on a home-and-away basis. The group winners would advance to the Final Round.
- Final Round: The 3 teams played against each other on a home-and-away basis. The group winner would advance to the UEFA/CAF Intercontinental Play-off.
CAF First RoundEdit
|—||United Arab Republic||withdrew|
|30 October 1960||Morocco||2–1||Tunisia||Casablanca, Morocco|
Azhar 60' (pen.)
|Meddeb 43'||Stadium: Stade d'Honneur|
Referee: Blanco Perez (Spain)
|13 November 1960||Tunisia||2–1||Morocco||Tunis, Tunisia|
|Chicha 64'||Stadium: Stade Géo André|
Referee: Carl Erich Steiner (Austria)
Morocco and Tunisia finished level on points, and a play-off on neutral ground was played to decide who would advance to the Final Round.
|22 January 1961||Morocco||1–1|
|Azhar 36'||Kerrit 89'||Stadium: Stadio Comunale|
Referee: Lo Bello (Italy)
Morocco advanced to the Final Round by winning a coin toss.
|28 August 1960||Ghana||4–1||Nigeria||Accra, Ghana|
|Fayemi 50'||Stadium: Accra Sports Stadium|
Referee: Holland (England)
|10 September 1960||Nigeria||2–2||Ghana||Lagos, Nigeria|
Fayemi 75' (pen.)
|Acquah 14', 83'||Stadium: George V Stadium|
Referee: Tschenscher (West Germany)
Ghana advanced to the Final Round.
CAF Final RoundEdit
Only 2 teams competed due to the withdrawals of both teams in Group 1.
|2 April 1961||Ghana||0–0||Morocco||Accra, Ghana|
|Stadium: Accra Sports Stadium|
Referee: Hussein Fahmy (Egypt)
|28 May 1961||Morocco||1–0||Ghana||Casablanca, Morocco|
|Khalfi 37'||Stadium: Stade d'Honneur|
Referee: Blanco Perez (Spain)
Morocco advanced to the UEFA/CAF Intercontinental Play-off.
There would be only one round of play. The 3 teams played against each other on a home-and-away basis. The group winner would advance to the UEFA/AFC Intercontinental Play-off.
AFC Final RoundEdit
|6 November 1960||South Korea||2–1||Japan||Seoul, Korea Republic|
|Chung Soon-Cheon 39', 41'||Sasaki 26'||Referee: Kim Duck-Chun (South Korea)|
|11 June 1961||Japan||0–2||South Korea||Tokyo, Japan|
|Chung Soon-Cheon 21'
Yoo Pan-Soon 26'
|Referee: Pratlett (Hong Kong)|
Korea Republic advanced to the UEFA/AFC Intercontinental Play-off.
In each play-off, the teams played against each other on a home-and-away basis. The winners would qualify.
CAF v UEFAEdit
|1||Spain||2||2||0||0||4||2||+2||4||Qualification to 1962 FIFA World Cup||—||3–2|
UEFA v AFCEdit
|1||Yugoslavia||2||2||0||0||8||2||+6||4||Qualification to 1962 FIFA World Cup||—||5–1|
CCCF/NAFC v CONMEBOLEdit
|1||Mexico||2||1||1||0||1||0||+1||3||Qualification to 1962 FIFA World Cup||—||1–0|
|Team||Date of qualification||Finals appearance||Streak||Last appearance|
|Argentina||17 December 1960||4th||2||1958|
|Brazil (Defending Champions)||29 June 1958||7th||7||1958|
|Bulgaria||16 December 1961||1st||1||–|
|Chile (Hosts)||11 June 1956||3rd||1||1950|
|Colombia||7 May 1961||1st||1||–|
|Czechoslovakia||29 November 1961||5th||3||1958|
|England||25 October 1961||4th||4||1958|
|Hungary||10 September 1961||5th||3||1958|
|Italy||4 November 1961||5th||1||1954|
|Mexico||5 November 1961||5th||4||1958|
|Spain||23 November 1961||3rd||1||1950|
|Switzerland||12 November 1961||5th||1||1954|
|Uruguay||30 July 1961||4th||1||1954|
|Soviet Union||12 November 1961||2nd||2||1958|
|West Germany||22 October 1961||5th||3||1958|
|Yugoslavia||26 November 1961||5th||4||1958|
- 7 goals
- 6 goals
- 5 goals
- 4 goals
- 3 goals
- 2 goals
- Martín Pando
- José Francisco Sanfilippo
- Rubén Héctor Sosa
- Hristo Iliev
- Dimitar Yakimov
- Manrique Quesada
- Rigoberto Rojas
- Michalis Shialis
- Dieter Erler
- Carlos Alberto Raffo
- Ray Pointer
- Bobby Smith
- Kai Pahlman
- Jacques Faivre
- Augusto Espinoza
- Carlos Humberto Suazo
- János Göröcs
- Károly Sándor
- Eduardo González Palmer
- Mohamed Khalfi
- Henk Groot
- Tonny van der Linden
- Eduvigis Rudolfo Dirksz
- Edwin Miliano Loran
- Dejo Fayemi
- Jimmy McIlroy
- Jim McLaughlin
- José Águas
- David Herd
- Denis Law
- Alex Young
- Yoo Pan-Soon
- Valentin Bubukin
- Mikheil Meskhi
- Slava Metreveli
- Viktor Ponedelnik
- Alfredo Di Stéfano
- Agne Simonsson
- Robert Ballaman
- Heinz Schneiter
- Dragoslav Šekularac
- 1 goal
- Ricardo José Maria Ramaciotti
- Roger Claessen
- Paul van Himst
- Marcel Paeschen
- Máximo Alcócer
- Wilfredo Camacho
- Todor Diev
- Ivan Petkov Kolev
- Petar Velichkov
- Eusebio Escobar
- Héctor Garzon González
- Carlos Vivo Goban
- Álvaro Grant MacDonald
- Jorge Hernán Monge
- Walter Pearson
- Jiří Hledík
- Josef Jelínek
- Josef Kadraba
- Josef Masopust
- Peter Ducke
- Alberto Pedro Spencer
- John Connelly
- Ron Flowers
- Johnny Haynes
- Dennis Viollet
- Mohammed Awad
- Luciano Vassalo
- Sauli Pietiläinen
- Lucien Cossou
- Jean-Jacques Marcel
- Roger Piantoni
- Ernest Schultz
- Joseph Ujlaki
- Edward Boateng
- Aggrey Fynn
- Mohamadu Salisu
- Fred Masella
- Ronald Leaky
- Flórián Albert
- Máté Fenyvesi
- Tivadar Monostori
- Ernő Solymosi
- Amby Fogarty
- Johnny Giles
- Joe Haverty
- Boaz Kofman
- Shlomo Nahari
- Reuven Young
- José Altafini
- Antonio Angelillo
- Francisco Lojacono
- Koji Sasaki
- Camille Dimmer
- Nicolas Hoffmann
- Raúl Cárdenas
- Isidoro Díaz
- Crescencio Gutiérrez
- Lahcen Chicha
- Sellam Riahi
- Godwin Emenako
- Bjørn Borgen
- Eldar Hansen
- Roald Jensen
- Faustino Delgado
- Lucjan Brychczy
- Jan Szmidt
- Mário Coluna
- Gennadi Gusarov
- Aleksei Mamykin
- Valery Voronin
- Enrique Collar
- Joaquín Peiró
- Alfonso Rodríguez Salas
- Luis del Sol
- August Foe a Man
- Torbjörn Jonsson
- Norbert Eschmann
- Rolf Wüthrich
- Abdelmajid Chetali
- Brahim Kerrit
- Rached Meddeb
- Abdelmajid Tlemçani
- Aydın Yelken
- Helmut Bicek
- Carl Fister
- Al Zerhusen
- Ángel Cabrera
- Luis Alberto Cubilla
- Guillermo Escalada
- Ivor Allchurch
- Phil Woosnam
- Helmut Haller
- Richard Kreß
- Zvezdan Čebinac
- Dražan Jerković
- Tomislav Kaloperović
- Bora Kostić
- Petar Radaković
- 1 own goal
- The Netherlands v. East Germany match was scratched, as due to visa problems, the East German players were not allowed to enter the Netherlands. As Hungary was already de facto qualified with three wins, no other date was arranged.
- FIFA awarded Honduras a 2-0 win because Guatemala forfeited.