Football World Cup 1950 Europe Qualification - 8 berths - 19 teams
6 Groups - 7 Berths + Italy as World Cup Winner. 4 groups with 3 teams, 1 group with 4 teams and 1 group with 2 teams.
19 teams took part. Syria and Israel played in this zone.
Scotland and Turkey withdrew. France was invited to Scotland's place and Portugal to Turkey's place. Both declined. Ireland was invited to replace India but also declined because of traveling costs.

Brazil World Cup 1950

Italy as Reigning World Cup Winner from 1938.
Group 1England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales
Group 2Turkey, Austria, Syria
Group 3Yugoslavia, France, Israel
Group 4Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg
Group 5Sweden, Ireland, Finland
Group 6Spain, Portugal

Group 1 - Winner England

Rankingpwdlgfgag+-
1. England630014:3+11
2. Scotland420110:3+7
3. Northern Ireland10124:17-13
4. Wales10121:6-5
TeamEnglScotNortWale
England--- 9:2
Scotland0:1--- 2:0
Northern Ireland 2:8---
Wales1:4 0:0---
dateteam 1scoreteam 2HTatt.
Sat 01.10.49Northern Ireland2-8Scotland0-550,000
Windsor Park, Belfast 0-1 Henry Morris 2' 0-2 Willie Waddell 5' 0-3 Billy Steel 23' 0-4 Lawrie Reilly 24' 0-5 Willie Waddell 31'pen. 1-5 2-5 Sammy Smith 50' 59' 2-6 Henry Morris 70' 2-7 Jimmy Mason 80' 2-8 Henry Morris 88' Referee: Reginald Mortimer.
Sat 15.10.49Wales1-4England0-361,079
Ninian Park, Cardiff 0-1 Stan Mortensen 22' 0-2 0-3 0-4 Jackie Milburn 29' 34' 66' 1-4 Mal Griffiths 80' Referee: Jack Mowatt, Scotland.
Wed 09.11.49Scotland2-0Wales1-073,782
Hampden Park, Glasgow SK Law, England.
Wed 16.11.49England9-2Northern Ireland4-069,762
Main Road, Manchester 1-0 Jack Rowley 6' 2-0 Jack Froggat 25' 3-0 Stan Pearson 33' 4-0 Stan Mortensen 35' 5-0 Jack Rowley 47' 6-0 Stan Mortensen 50' 6-1 Sammy Smyth 55' 7-1 8-2 Jack Rowley 56' 58' 9-1 Stan Pearson 68' 9-2 Bobby Brennan 75' Referee: Mervyn Griffiths, Wales.
Wed 08.03.50Wales0-0Northern Ireland0-030,000
Racecourse Ground, Wrexham Referee: Reginald Leafe, England.
Sat 15.04.50Scotland0-1England0-0133,300
Hampden Park, Glasgow 0-1 Roy Bentrley 64' Referee: Reginald Leafe, England.

Group 2 - Winner Turkey

dateteam 1scoreteam 2HTatt.
Round 2
TurkeywoAustria
Round 1
Sun 20.11.49Turkey7-0Syria3-0
Stadiunu 19 Mayis, Ankara 1-0 2-0 Fahreddin 12' 16' 3-0 Bulent Eken 44' 4-0 Lefter Kucukandonyadis 66' 5-0 Erol Keskin 72' 6-0 Gunduz Kilic 72' 7-0 Fahreddin Cansever 87' Referee: Antonio Gamba, Italy.

Group 3 - Winner Yugoslavia

dateteam 1scoreteam 2HTatt.
Round 2
Sun 09.10.49Yugoslavia1-1France1-050,000
JNA stadium, Beograd 1-0 Zeljko Cajkovski 36' 1-1 Henri Baillot 55' Referee: Karel van der Meer, Netherlands.
Sun 30.10.49France1-1Yugoslavia1-153,569
Stade Olympique de Colombes, Paris 1-0 Henri Baillot 8' 1-1 Stjepan Bobek 44' Referee: Giovanni Galeati, Italy.
Play-Off
Sun 11.12.49Yugoslavia3-2France1-125,000
Stadio Giovanni Berta, Firenze (ITA) after extra time. FT: 2-2 1-0 Prvoslav Mihajlovic 12' 1-1 Marius Walter 13' 1-2 Jean Luciano 83' 2-2 Prvoslav Mihajlovic 84'pen. 3-2 Zeljko Cajkovski 114' Referee: Giovanni Galeati, Italy.
Round 1
Sun 21.08.49Yugoslavia6-0Israel4-035,000
JNA stadium, Beograd 1-0 2-0 309 Milos Pajevic 12' 19' 26' 4-0 Bozidar Sencar 44' 5-0 Zeljko Cajkovski 63' 6-0 Stjepan Bobek 83'pen. Referee: Giovanni, Galeati, Italy.
Sun 18.09.49Israel2-5Yugoslavia90325,000
Maccabia Stadium, Tel Aviv 0-1 Marko Valok 15' 0-2 Stjepan Bobek 26' 0-3 Marko Valok 37' 1-3 Yehoshua Glazer 46' 1-4 1-5 Zlatko Cajkovski 61' 78' 2-5 Yehoshua Glazer 68' Referee: Yosef Kinstlich, Cyprus.

Group 4 - Winner Switzerland

dateteam 1scoreteam 2HTatt.
Round 2
SwitzerlandwoBelgium
Round 1
Sun 26.06.49Switzerland5-2Luxembourg3-115,000
Hardtutm Satdion, Zurich 0-1 Camille Wagner 3' 1-1 Rene Maillard II 20' 2-1 3-1 Jacky Fatton 30' 41' 4-1 Robert Ballaman 48' 5-1 Kiki Antenen 59' 5-2 Paul Reuter 86' Referee: Charles Delasalle, France.
Sun 18.09.49Luxembourg2-3Switzerland2-110,000
Stade Municipal, Luxembourg City 0-1 Rene Amillard II 15' 1-1 Armand Muller 38' 2-1 Jim Kremer 44' 2-2 Traugott 59' 2-3 Jacky Fatton 75' Referee: Pierre Theunen, Belgium.

Group 5 - Winner Sweden

Rankingpwdlgfgag+-
1. Sweden630014:3+11
2. Ireland31126:7-1
3. Finland10122:12-10
TeamSwedIrelFinl
Sweden---3:18:1
Ireland 1:3---3:0
Finland 1:1---
Finland withdrew. FIFA declared their matches friendlies.
dateteam 1scoreteam 2HTatt.
Thu 02.06.49Sweden3-1Ireland2-138,000
Rasunda Stadion, Solna 0-1 Davy Walsh 9' 1-1 Sune Andersson 17'pen. 2-1 Hasse Jeppson 37' 3-1 Nils Liedholm 69' Referee: Louis Baert, Belgium
Thu 08.09.49Ireland3-0Finland2-022,479
Dalymount Park, Dublin 1-0 Johnny Gavin 35' 2-0 3-0 Con Martin 44'pen. 68' Referee: William Evans, England.
Sun 02.10.49Sweden8-1Finland5-118,247
Malmo Stadion, Malmo 0-1 Jorma Vaihela 4' 1-1 2-1 3-1 Egon Jonsson 7' 9' 17' 4-1 Ingvar Rydell 24' 5-1 Karl-Erik Palmer 41' 6-1 7-1 Ingvar Rydell 75' 83' 8-1 Karl-Erik Jakobsson 89' Referee: Ludwig Jorkow, Denmark.
Sun 09.10.49Finland1-1Ireland0-013,000
Olimpiastadion, Helsinki 0-1 Peter Farrell 65' 1-1 Jorma Vaihela 89' Referee: Johan Bronkhorst, Netherlands.
Sun 13.11.49Ireland1-3Sweden0-241,031
Dalymount Park, Dublin 0-1 0-2 Karl-Erik Palmer 4' 40' 1-2 Con Martin 61'pen. 1-3 Karl-Erik Palmer 68' Referee: William Ling, England.

Group 6 - Winner Spain

Group 6pwdlgfgag+-
1. Spain31107:3+4
2. Portugal10113:7-4
TeamSpaiPort
Spain---5:1
Portugal 2:2---
dateteam 1scoreteam 2HTatt.
Sat 02.04.49Spain5-1Portugal3-1
Estadio Chamartin, Madrid 1-0 "Zara" 11' 2-0 Estanislao Basora 13' 3-0 Jose Luis Panizo 15' 3-1 Fernando Cabrita 36' 4-1 "Zara" 58' 5-1 Luis Malowny 65' Referee: Reginald Leafe, England.
Sun 09.04.50Portugal2-2Spain0-1
Estadio Nacional, Lisboa 0-1 "Zara" 25' 1-1 Jose Travacos 51' 2-1 Antonio Correira 53' 2-2 Agustin Gainza 82' pen. miss: Octavio Barrosa (Por) 29' Referee: Jack Mowatt, Scotland.
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