Format: 4 teams in the Semi Finals with winners reaching the Final.
Wednesday 17th June 1964
Semi Finals: Spain 2-1 Hungary (Madrid) aet
Semi Finals: Denmark 0-3 Soviet Union (Barcelona)
Saturday 20th June 1964
Third/Fourth Playoff: Hungary 3-1 Denmark (Barcelona) aet
Sunday 21st June 1964
Final: Spain 2-1 Soviet Union (Madrid)
Spain 3-2-5 Jose Angel Iribar – Feliciano Rivilla, Ferran Olivella (c), Isacio Calleja – Ignacio Zoco, Josep Maria Fuste – Carlos Lapetra, Luis Suarez, Marcelino, Jesus Maria Pereda, Amancio. Coach: Jose Villalonga.
Soviet Union 4-2-4 Lev Yashin – Viktor Anichkin, Viktor Shustikov, Albert Shesternyov, Eduard Mudrik – Valery Voronin, Alexey Korneyev – Igor Chislenko, Valentin Ivanov (c), Viktor Ponedelnik, Galimzyan Khusainov. Coach: Konstantin Beskov.
Goals: 1-0 Pereda (Spain) 6, 1-1 Khusainov (Soviet Union) 8, 2-1 Marcelino (Spain) 84
Referee: Arthur Holland (England)
Venue: Santiago Bernabeu (Madrid)
Host Country: Spain
Stadiums Used: Nou Camp (Barcelona), Santiago Bernabeu (Madrid)
Top Goalscorers: Ferenc Bene & Dezso Novak (Hungary), Jesus Maria Pereda (Spain) 2