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Who won the Olympics in 1924 soccer?

Who won the Olympics in 1924 soccer?

Football at the 1924 Summer Olympics

Tournament details
Champions Uruguay (1st title)
Runners-up Switzerland
Third place Sweden
Fourth place Netherlands

Who won the World Cup in 1924?

The 1924 tournament was a great success with 60,000 spectators following the final between Uruguay and Switzerland. The South Americans won 3-0 and were celebrated as World Champions in Montevideo.

In which year did football first feature in the Olympic Games?

In 1900 and 1904, football was introduced as an exhibition sport and became the first team sport included in the Olympic Games. Since 1908, the sport has been held at every Olympic Games with the exception of the 1932 Los Angeles Games.

Who won the Olympics in 1928?

Medal count

Rank Nation Gold
1 United States 22
2 Germany 10
3 Finland 8
4 Sweden 7

Is the world Cup bigger than the Olympics?

Keep in mind that the number of games played during the World Cup is double the number of games played in the Olympics, which makes the average number of viewers even more impressive. The Olympics are followed by 3.6 billion people, which is more than there are World Cup followers.

Which country has the most World Cups?

The 21 World Cup tournaments have been won by eight national teams. Brazil have won five times, and they are the only team to have played in every tournament….FIFA World Cup.

Founded 1930
Most successful team(s) Brazil (5 titles)
Television broadcasters List of broadcasters
Website Official website
2022 FIFA World Cup qualification

Are pros allowed in the Olympics?

The Olympics Today Today, professional athletes are allowed to compete in the Olympic Games alongside their amateur counterparts. However, the AIBA (Amateur International Boxing Association) has signalled that it will allow professionals to compete in the Olympics, beginning in 2016.

Why was football removed from the Olympics?

Football (M) It has been on the programme of each edition of the Games since, with the exception of the Games in Los Angeles in 1932, where it was removed owing to a disagreement between FIFA and the IOC on the issue of amateurism.

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