Chile 1962 Soccer World Cup Summary

Information related with the soccer World Cup Chile 1962 including all the scores, top scorers, statistics, champion and more.

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World Cup 1962 Chile:

First Round:
Group 1 - Group 2 - Group 3 - Group 4

Final Round: Fixture and All the Scores

Final Standings - Top Scorers Table
Cards - Goals Summary

World Cup Summary
General Data

- National Teams: 16
- Stadiums: 0
- Games: 32
- Goals: 89
- Goal Average: 2.78
- Top Scorer: Florian Albert (Hungary), Garrincha (Brazil), Valentin Ivanov (Soviet Union), Drazen Jerkovic (Yugoslavia), Leonel Sanchez (Chile) - 4 goals
- Biggest margin of victory:
- Game with more goals:
- Red Cards:


In Chile 1962 Brazil showed how big was his superiority. So big that it became champion despite losing his biggest star Pelé because of an injury in his second game.

By defeating the Czech Republic 3-1 in the final match, Brazil was crowned as two-time champion in a tournament that didn't have too much bright and that was shadowed by the violence inside the courts, where same games became battle fields of kicks (and some punches)