World Cup 1982

Format: 24 teams in four groups of four with the top two teams from each qualifying for the second round of four groups of three with the winners of each group advancing to the Semi Finals before the Final.

Sunday 13th June 1982

Group 3: Argentina 0-1 Belgium (Barcelona)

Monday 14th June 1982

Group 1: Italy 0-0 Poland (Vigo)

Group 6: Brazil 2-1 Soviet Union (Seville)

Tuesday 15th June 1982

Group 6: Scotland 5-2 New Zealand (Malaga)

Group 3: Hungary 10-1 El Salvador (Elche)

Group 1: Peru 0-0 Cameroon (La Coruna)

Wednesday 16th June 1982

Group 2: West Germany 1-2 Algeria (Gijon)

Group 4: England 3-1 France (Bilbao)

Group 5: Spain 1-1 Honduras (Valencia)

Thursday 17th June 1982

Group 3: Chile 0-1 Austria (Oviedo)

Group 4: Czechoslovakia 1-1 Kuwait (Valladolid)

Group 5: Yugoslavia 0-0 Northern Ireland (Zaragoza)

Friday 18th June 1982

Group 6: Brazil 4-1 Scotland (Seville)

Group 3: Argentina 4-1 Hungary (Alicante)

Group 1: Italy 1-1 Peru (Vigo)

Saturday 19th June 1982

Group 1: Poland 0-0 Cameroon (La Coruna)

Group 3: Belgium 1-0 El Salvador (Elche)

Group 6: Soviet Union 3-0 New Zealand (Malaga)

Sunday 20th June 1982

Group 2: West Germany 4-1 Chile (Gijon)

Group 4: England 2-0 Czechoslovakia (Bilbao)

Group 5: Spain 2-1 Yugoslavia (Valencia)

Monday 21st June 1982

Group 2: Algeria 0-2 Austria (Oviedo)

Group 4: France 4-1 Kuwait (Valladolid)

Group 5: Honduras 1-1 Northern Ireland (Zaragoza)

Tuesday 22nd June 1982

Group 6: Soviet Union 2-2 Scotland (Malaga)

Group 3: Belgium 1-1 Hungary (Elche)

Group 1: Poland 5-1 Peru (La Coruna)

Wednesday 23rd June 1982

Group 1: Italy 1-1 Cameroon (Vigo)

Group 3: Argentina 2-0 El Salvador (Alicante)

Group 6: Brazil 4-0 New Zealand (Seville)

Thursday 24th June 1982

Group 5: Honduras 0-1 Yugoslavia (Zaragoza)

Group 4: France 1-1 Czechoslovakia (Valladolid)

Group 2: Algeria 3-2 Chile (Oviedo)

Friday 25th June 1982

Group 2: West Germany 1-0 Austria (Gijon)

Group 4: England 1-0 Kuwait (Bilbao)

Group 5: Spain 0-1 Northern Ireland (Valencia)

Final Standings: Group 1: 1 Poland (Q), 2 Italy (Q), 3 Cameroon, 4 Peru. Group 2: 1 West Germany (Q), 2 Austria (Q), 3 Algeria, 4 Chile. Group 3: 1 Belgium (Q), 2 Argentina (Q), 3 Hungary, 4 El Salvador. Group 4: 1 England (Q), 2 France (Q), 3 Czechoslovakia, 4 Kuwait. Group 5: 1 Northern Ireland (Q), 2 Spain (Q), 3 Yugoslavia, 4 Honduras. Group 6: 1 Brazil (Q), 2 Soviet Union (Q), 3 Scotland, 4 New Zealand.

Monday 28th June 1982

Round 2 Group A: Poland 3-0 Belgium (Barcelona)

Round 2 Group D: Austria 0-1 France (Madrid)

Tuesday 29th June 1982

Round 2 Group B: West Germany 0-0 England (Madrid)

Round 2 Group C: Italy 2-1 Argentina (Barcelona)

Thursday 1st July 1982

Round 2 Group A: Belgium 0-1 Soviet Union (Barcelona)

Round 2 Group D: Austria 2-2 Northern Ireland (Madrid)

Friday 2nd July 1982

Round 2 Group C: Argentina 1-3 Brazil (Barcelona)

Round 2 Group B: West Germany 2-1 Spain (Madrid)

Sunday 4th July 1982

Round 2 Group A: Soviet Union 0-0 Poland (Barcelona)

Round 2 Group D: France 4-1 Northern Ireland (Madrid)

Monday 5th July 1982

Round 2 Group B: Spain 0-0 England (Madrid)

Round 2 Group B: Italy 3-2 Brazil (Barcelona)

Final Standings: Group A: 1 Poland (Q), 2 Soviet Union, 3 Belgium. Group B: 1 West Germany (Q), 2 England, 3 Spain. Group C: 1 Italy (Q), 2 Brazil, 3 Argentina. Group D: 1 France (Q), 2 Austria, 3 Northern Ireland.

Thursday 8th July 1982

Semi Finals: Poland 0-2 Italy (Barcelona)

Semi Finals: West Germany 3-3 France (Seville) West Germany won 5-4 on pens aet

Saturday 10th July 1982

Third/Fourth Playoff: Poland 3-2 France (Alicante)

Sunday 11th June 1982

Final: Italy 3-1 West Germany (Madrid)

Italy 1-4-1-3-1 Dino Zoff (c) – Gaetano Scirea – Giuseppe Bergomi, Claudio Gentile, Fulvio Collovati, Antonio Cabrini – Gabriele Oriali – Bruno Conti, Marco Tardelli, Francesco Graziani (Alessandro Altobelli 7 (Franco Causio 89)) – Paolo Rossi. Coach: Enzo Bearzot.

West Germany 5-2-3 Harald Schumacher – Manfred Kaltz, Karlheinz Forster, Uli Stielike, Bernd Forster, Hans-Peter Briegel – Wolfgang Dremmler (Horst Hrubesch 62), Paul Breitner – Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (c) (Hansi Muller 70), Klaus Fischer, Pierre Littbarski. Coach: Jupp Derwall.

Goals: 1-0 Rossi (Italy) 57, 2-0 Tardelli (Italy) 69, 3-0 Altobelli (Italy) 81, 3-1 Breitner (West Germany) 83

Referee: Arnaldo Cezar Coelho (Brazil)

Attendance: 90,000

Venue: Santiago Bernabeu (Madrid)

Host Country: Spain

Stadiums Used: Estadio Balaidos (Vigo), Estadio Benito Villamarin (Seville), Estadio Carlos Tartiere (Oviedo), Estadio El Molinon (Gijon), Estadio Jose Rico Perez (Alicante), Estadio Jose Zorrilla (Valladolid), Estadio La Romareda (Zaragoza), Estadio La Rosaleda (Malaga), Estadio Luis Casanova (Valencia), Estadio Riazor (La Coruna), Nou Camp (Barcelona), Nuevo Estadio (Elche), Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium (Seville), San Mames (Bilbao), Santiago Bernabeu (Madrid), Sarria Stadium (Barcelona), Vicente Calderon (Madrid)

Top Goalscorer: Paolo Rossi (Italy) 6

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