Format: 4 teams in the Semi Finals with winners reaching the Final.
Wednesday 6th July 1960
Semi Finals: France 4-5 Yugoslavia (Paris)
Semi Finals: Czechoslovakia 0-3 Soviet Union (Marseille)
Saturday 9th July 1960
Third/Fourth Playoff: Czechoslovakia 2-0 France (Marseille)
Sunday 10th July 1960
Final: Soviet Union 2-1 Yugoslavia (Paris) aet
Soviet Union 3-2-5 Lev Yashin – Givi Chokheli, Anatoly Krutikov, Anatoli Maslyonkin – Yuriy Voynov, Igor Netto (c) – Valentin Ivanov, Slava Metreveli, Viktor Ponedelnik, Valentin Bubukin, Mikheil Meskhi. Coach: Gavriil Kachalin.
Yugoslavia 3-2-5 Blagoje Vidinic – Vladimir Durkovic, Jovan Miladinovic, Fahrudin Jusufi – Ante Zanetic, Zeljko Perusic – Zeljko Matus, Dragoslav Sekularac Drazan Jerkovic, Milan Galic, Bora Kostic (c). Coaches: Ljubomir Lovric, Dragomir Nikolic & Aleksandar Tirnanic.
Goals: 0-1 Galic (Yugoslavia) 43, 1-1 Metreveli (Soviet Union) 49, 2-1 Ponedelnik (Soviet Union)113
Referee: Arthur Ellis (England)
Venue: Parc de Princes (Paris)
Host Country: France
Stadiums Used: Parc des Princes (Paris), Stade Velodrome (Marseille)
Top Goalscorers: Francois Heutte (France), Valentin Ivanov & Viktor Ponedelnik (Soviet Union), Drazan Jerkovic & Milan Galic (Yugoslavia) 2