Mediterranean Games 1963 (Italy)

Group A
[Sep 21]
Italy         2-0 Tunisia          [at Napoli]
[Sep 23]
Morocco       1-0 Syria            [at Benevento]
[Sep 25]
Morocco       1-0 Tunisia          [at Caserta]
Italy         6-0 Syria            [at Benevento]
[Sep 27]
Italy         4-1 Morocco          [at Caserta]
Tunisia       3-1 Syria            [at Salerno]

 1.ITALY Amateurs      3  3  0  0 12- 1  6
 2.Morocco             3  2  0  1  3- 4  4
 3.Tunisia             3  1  0  2  3- 4  2
 4.Syria               3  0  0  3  1-10  0

Group B
[Sep 18]
Spain         1-1 UAR (Egypt)      [at Salerno]
Turkey        ppd Lebanon          [Lebanon arrived late]
[Sep 20]
Malta         0-6 UAR (Egypt)      [at Caserta]
Spain         1-0 Lebanon          [at Benevento]
[Sep 21]
Turkey        4-0 Lebanon          [at Caserta]
[Sep 23]
Lebanon       2-0 Malta            [at Salerno]
Turkey        3-3 Spain            [at Napoli]
[Sep 25]
Turkey        2-0 Malta            [at Napoli]
UAR (Egypt)   abd Lebanon          [at Salerno] [abandoned 27' due to waterlogged pitch]
[Sep 26]
UAR (Egypt)   w/o Lebanon          [awarded 2-0; Lebanon did not show up due to a
[Sep 27]                            dispute over which stadium should be used]
Malta         0-8 Spain            [at Benevento]
Turkey        3-1 UAR (Egypt)      [at Napoli]

 1.TURKEY Amateurs     4  3  1  0 12- 4  7
 2.Spain Amateurs      4  2  2  0 13- 4  6
 3.UAR (Egypt)         4  2  1  1 10- 4  5
 4.Lebanon             4  1  0  3  2- 7  2
 5.Malta Amateurs      4  0  0  4  0-18  0

Third place match [Sep 29]
Spain         2-1 Morocco          [at Salerno]

Final [Sep 29]
Italy         3-0 Turkey           [at Napoli] 

1. ITALY : 
Rino Rado, Gilberto Noletti, Fabrizio Poletti, Pierluigi Cera, Giancarlo Bercellino, 
Roberto Rosato, Lamberto Leonardi, Giovanni Lodetti, Bruno Petroni, Paolo Ferrario, 
Angelo Volpato, Silvano Bercellino, Giovanni Sacco, Giuseppe Brizi, Franco Magnaghi, 
Attilio Bravi, Dino Zoff, Giannini, Franco Dori) 
2. TURKEY : 
Nihat Akbay, Cumali Dogru, Rifat Neskin, Erol Borali, Ibrahim Yureciclan, 
Insan Buyukpinar, Turgay Meto, Sanli Sarialioglu, Nedim Dogan, Ayfer Elamstasoglu, 
Hamdi Tezol, Ruhi Yavuz, Hikmet Ok, Ali Artuner, Selahaddin Yancatarol, Atilla Altas, 
Halil Ates, Suat Ozyazici, Benan Onei 
3. SPAIN : 
Roberto Rodriguez, Juan Meltez, JosÚ Bosch, Diego Jimenez, Antonio Torres, 
Rafael Echarri, Luis Vidal, Ramon Montesinos, Fidel Uriante, Manuel Velazquez, 
Jesus Aranguren, Mario De Lucas, Jesus Aramburu Zabala, JosÚ Elorriaga, JosÚ Leon, 
Ramon Moreno, Vicente Domenech, Franšisco Portales, Joaquin Valero

Overview

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