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Olympic Games: Football Medals
Year by Year Champions
Tournament information, champions, scores, and more

Olympic Games: Football Medals
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Football was not on the original modern Olympic Games programme; perhaps unsurprisingly, as international football was still in its infancy in 1896. However an unofficial football tournament was organised during the first competition. Demonstration tournaments were also played at the 1900 and 1904 games, as well as at the "Intercalated Games" of 1906, but these were contested by various clubs and scratch teams, and are not considered to be official Olympic events. It was not until the London Games of 1908 that a proper international tournament was organised, featuring just six teams, rising to 11 in 1912.
Year by Year Champions - Summary of Winners

1896 - 1900 - 1904 - 1908 - 1912 - 1920 - 1924 - 1928 - 1932 - 1936 - 1948 - 1952 - 1956 - 1960 - 1964 - 1968 - 1972 - 1976 -1980 - 1984 - 1988 - 1992 - 1996 - 2000 - 2004 - 2008 - 2012

Olympic Games Athens 1896 (Greece)
(There wasn't a football competition because football wasn't an official sport)
Olympic Games Athens 1896 (Greece)
Olympic Games Paris 1900 (France)
  England  
France  
Belgium

GOLD: 10/20/1900
 Club Francais
 Paris (FRA)
0-4  Upton Park F.C. (ENG)

Bronze: 10/23/1900
 Club Francais
 Paris (FRA)
6-2  Université de
 Bruxelles (BEL)
Olympic Games Paris 1900 (France)
Olympic Games St. Louis 1904 (United States)
  Canada  
USA I  
USA II

GOLD: 11/16/1904
 Galt Football
 Club (CAN)
7-0  Christian Brother
 College (USA)

GOLD: 11/17/1904
 Galt Football
 Club (CAN)
4-0  St. Rose Parish  (USA)

Bronze: 11/23/1904
 St. Rose
 Parish (USA)
0-2  Christian Brother
 College (USA)
Olympic Games St. Louis 1904 (United States)
Olympic Games London 1908 (England)
  England  
Denmark  
Holland

 GOLD: 10/24/1908
 England 2-0  Denmark

 Bronze: 10/23/1908 
 Holland 2-0  Sweden
Olympic Games London 1908 (England)
Olympic Games Stockholm 1912 (Sweden)
  England  
Denmark  
Holland

GOLD: 7/4/1912
 England 4-2  Denmark

Bronze: 7/4/1912
 Holland 9-0  Finland 
Olympic Games Stockholm 1912 (Sweden)
Olympic Games Antwerp 1920 (Belgium)
  Belgium  
Spain  
Holland

 GOLD: 9/2/1920
 Belgium 2-0  Czechoslovakia
Czechoslovakia walked-off the pich after 39 min.
and were disqualified from the tournament

 Silver/Bronze: 9/5/1920
 Spain   3-1   Holland 
Olympic Games Antwerp 1920 (Belgium)
Olympic Games Paris 1924 (France)
  Uruguay  
Switzerland  
Sweden

GOLD: 6/9/1924
 Uruguay 3-0  Switzerland

Bronze: 6/8/1924
 Sweden 1-1  Holland
 after extra time
Re-play: 6/8/1924
 Sweden 3-1  Holland
Olympic Games Paris 1924 (France)
Olympic Games Amsterdam 1928 (Holland)
  Uruguay  
Argentina  
Italy

GOLD: 6/10/1928
 Uruguay 1-1  Argentina
after extra time
Re-play: 6/13/1928
 Uruguay 2-1  Argentina

Bronze: 6/10/1928
 Italy 11-3  Egypt
Olympic Games Amsterdam 1928 (Holland)
Olympic Games Los Angeles 1932 (United States)
(No football tournament)
Olympic Games Los Angeles 1932 (United States)
Olympic Games Berlin 1936 (Germany)
  Italy  
Austria  
Norway

GOLD: 8/15/1936
 Italy 1-1  Austria
Italy won 1-0 in extra Time

Bronze: 8/13/1936
 Norway 3-2  Poland
Olympic Games Berlin 1936 (Germany)
Olympic Games London 1948 (England)
  Sweden  
Yugoslavia  
Denmark

GOLD: 8/13/1948
 Sweden 3-1  Yugoslavia

Bronze: 8/13/1948
 Denmark 5-3  England
Olympic Games London 1948 (England)
Olympic Games Helsinki 1952 (Finland)
  Hungary  
Yugoslavia  
Sweden

GOLD: 8/2/1952
 Hungary 2-0  Yugoslavia

Bronze: 8/1/1952
 Sweden 2-0  Germany
Olympic Games Helsinki 1952 (Finland)
Olympic Games Melbourne 1956 (Australia)
  Soviet Union  
Yugoslavia  
Bulgaria

GOLD: 12/8/1956
 Soviet Union 1-0  Yugoslavia

Bronze: 12/7/1956
 Bulgaria 3-0  India
Olympic Games Melbourne 1956 (Australia)
Olympic Games Rome 1960 (Italy)
  Yugoslavia  
Denmark  
Hungary

GOLD: 9/10/1960
 Yugoslavia 3-1  Denmark

Bronze: 9/9/1960
 Hungary 2-1  Italy
Olympic Games Rome 1960 (Italy)
Olympic Games Tokyo 1964 (Japan)
  Hungary  
Czechoslovakia  
Germany FR.

GOLD: 10/23/1964
 Hungary 2-1  Czechoslovakia

Bronze: 10/23/1964
 Germany DR 3-1  United Arab Republic
Olympic Games Tokyo 1964 (Japan)
Olympic Games Mexico City 1968 (Mexico)
  Hungary  
Bulgaria  
Japan

GOLD: 10/26/1968
 Hungary 4-1  Bulgaria

Bronze: 10/24/1968
 Japan 2-0  Mexico
Olympic Games Mexico City 1968 (Mexico)
Olympic Games Munich 1972 (Germany)
  Poland  
Hungary  
Soviet Union

GOLD: 9/10/1972
 Poland 2-1  Hungary

Bronze: 9/10/1972
 Germany DR 2-2  Soviet Union
Olympic Games Munich 1972 (Germany)
Olympic Games Montreal 1976 (Canada)
  Germany DR.  
Poland  
Soviet Union

GOLD: 7/31/1976
 Germany DR 3-1  Poland

Bronze: 7/30/1976
 Soviet Union 2-0  Brazil
Olympic Games Montreal 1976 (Canada)
Olympic Games Moscow 1980 (Soviet Union)
  Czechoslovakia  
Germany DR.  
Soviet Union

GOLD: 8/2/1980
 Czechoslovakia 1-0  Germany DR

Bronze: 8/1/1980
 Soviet Union 2-0  Yugoslavia
Olympic Games Moscow 1980 (Soviet Union)
Olympic Games Los Angeles 1984 (United States)
  France  
Brazil  
Yugoslavia

GOLD: 8/11/1984
 France 2-0  Brazil

Bronze: 8/10/1984
 Yugoslavia 2-1  Italy
Olympic Games Los Angeles 1984 (United States)
Olympic Games Seoul 1988 (South Korea)
  Soviet Union  
Brazil  
Germany FR.

GOLD: 10/1/1988
 Soviet Union 1-1  Brazil
Sovjet Union won 2-1 in extra Time

Bronze: 9/30/1988
 Germany FR 3-0  Italy
Olympic Games Seoul 1988 (South Korea)
Olympic Games Barcelona 1992 (Spain)
  Spain  
Poland  
Ghana

GOLD: 8/8/1992
 Spain 3-2  Poland

Bronze: 8/7/1992
 Ghana 1-0  Australia
Olympic Games Barcelona 1992 (Spain)
Olympic Games Atlanta 1996 (United States)
  Nigeria  
Argentina  
Brazil

GOLD: 8/3/1996
 Nigeria 3-2  Argentina

Bronze: 8/2/1996
 Brazil 5-0  Portugal
Olympic Games Atlanta 1996 (United States)
Olympic Games Sydney 2000 (Australia)
  Cameroon  
Spain  
Chile

GOLD: 9/30/2000
 Cameroon 2-2  Spain
Cameroon won 5-3 on penalties

Bronze: 9/29/2000
 Chile 2-0 USA
Olympic Games Sydney 2000 (Australia)
Olympic Games Athens 2004 (Greece)
  Argentina  
Paraguay  
Italy

GOLD: 8/28/2004
 Argentina 1-0  Paraguay

Bronze: 8/27/2004
 Italy 1-0  Iraq
Olympic Games Athens 2004 (Greece)
Olympic Games Beijing 2008 (China)
  Argentina  
Nigeria  
Brazil

GOLD: 8/23/2008
 Argentina 1-0  Nigeria

Bronze: 8/22/2008
 Brazil 3-0  Belgium
Olympic Games Beijing 2008 (China)
Olympic Games London 2012 (England)
  Mexico  
Brazil  
South Korea

ORO: Aug/11/2012
 México 2-1  Brazil

Bronze: Aug/10/2012
 South Korea 2-0  Japan
 
 
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