The 1950 FIFA World Cup is the fourth edition of the Men's World Cup, held in Brazil from June 24 to July 16, 1950 The program was also a restart for the World Cup after along hiatus in 1942 and 1946 due to the outbreak of World War II.
The 1950 World Cup was the only match that was not decided by a single final match by the top four teams. From each group must choose to play savings winning points in the final round. It is also the first World Cup, called the Jules Rimet Cup, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of his FIFA presidency Jules Rimet.
Stadiums and cities organized
Six stadiums in six cities around Brazil host 22 matches played for the World Cup. Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro at that time, 8 matches were organized.The Pacaembu Stadium in Sao Paulo hosts six matches.
The Estádio Sete de Setembro in Belo Horizonte hosts three matches, the Durival de Britto in Curitiba and the Eucaliptos.
In Porto Alegre each hosts two matches and the Ilha do Retiro Stadium hosts only one match.
Sixteen countries qualified for the tournament, but after the last three withdrawals, only 13 teams qualified for the 1950 World Cup in Brazil. Those countries include:
Bolivia, Brazil (hosts), Chile, England, India (withdrawal), Italy (1938 championship), Mexico, Paraguay, Spain, Scotland (withdrawal), Sweden, Switzerland,Turkey (withdrew), the United States, Uruguay (1930 champions), and Yugoslavia.
The 1950 World Cup was the only World Cup without a final, with only one match played. To find the champion team, they divided the 13 countries into 4 groups and competed.1 team in each group to play to save points to win the trophy.
Brazil, Spain, Sweden and Uruguay are top of the group, so qualify for the Champions League. After a total of 3 matches, the team that becomes the champion is Uruguay with 3 matches, 2 wins, 1 draw, the 2nd place went to Brazil, the 3rd place went to Spain and the 4th place went to Sweden.
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Source: BBC Sport