West Germany defeated Hungary in the final, and it was also considered an era of success for Hungarian football.
After the European team reached the final in two consecutive appearances, in 1938 in France and 1954 in Switzerland.
Stadiums and cities organized
Switzerland was chosen to host the World Cup in July 1946, and Brazil was chosen to host the 1950 World Cup. Six stadiums in six cities hosted a total of 26 matches. The most used stadium is St. Jakob in Basel hosts a number of tournaments 6 times. Stadiums in Bern, Zurich and Lausanne host five games, Geneva host four and Lugano host one.
Sixteen countries participated and each team had a total of 22 players for the finals, although South Korea nominated only 20 players in the final. All the participated countries are:
Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Czechoslovakia, England, France, Hungary, Italy, South Korea, Mexico, Scotland, Switzerland (hosts), Turkey, Uruguay (1950s), West Germany and Yugoslavia.
The Wankdorf Stadium in Berne has 60,000 spectators watching the final between West Germany and Hungary. Hungary was a successful team. Initially, the team had a high winning percentage as they were unbeaten for a record 32 consecutive games.
Hungary's Ferenc Puskás played in the final despite not recovering from injury and scored in the sixth minute. Czibor scored another goal to give Hungary a 2-0 lead. However, West Germany started to do well with two goals from Morlock and 10 minutes and Rahn in the 18th minute, Rahn added another goal late in the 84th minute to give Germany a 3-2 victory to win the 1954 World Cup.
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