FIRST ROUND Bye: Belgium, France. Brussel Spain 1-0 Denmark Brussel Netherlands 3-0 Luxembourg Antwerpen Sweden 9-0 Greece Gent Italy 2-1 Egypt Antwerpen Norway 3-1 Great Britain Antwerpen Czechoslovakia 7-0 Yugoslavia SECOND ROUND Antwerpen Belgium 3-1 Spain Antwerpen Netherlands 5-4 Sweden [aet] Antwerpen France 3-1 Italy Brussel Czechoslovakia 4-0 Norway SEMIFINALS Antwerpen Belgium 3-0 Netherlands Antwerpen Czechoslovakia 4-1 France FINAL Antwerpen, September 5, 1920 Belgium Abd Czechoslovakia Belgium: Jan de Bie, Armand Swartenbroeks, Oscar Verbeeck, Joseph Musch, Emile Hanse, André Fierens, Louis Van Hage, Henri Larnoe, Mathieu Bragard, Robert Coppée, Désiré Bastin. Czechoslovakia: Klapka, A.Hojer, Steiner, F.Kolenatý, K.Pesek, E.Seifert, J.Sedlácek, Antonin Janda, Vaník, I.Mazal, Pilát. Referee: Lewis (Great Britain) Attendance: 35,000. Scorers: 6' Coppée (pen) 1-0; 30' Larnoe 2-0. Match abandoned after 39 minutes; Czechoslovakia left the pitch in protest of perceived biased refereeing and were disqualified. Top scorer: Herbert Karlsson (Sweden) 7 goals PLAYOFF FOR SECOND AND THIRD PLACES FIRST ROUND [between quarterfinal losers] Antwerpen Spain 2-1 Sweden Antwerpen Italy 2-1 Norway [aet] SECOND ROUND [between first round winners] Antwerpen Spain 2-0 Italy THIRD ROUND [between second round winners, semifinal losers, and final losers] Spain w/o Czechoslovakia [Czechoslovakia disqualified] Netherlands w/o France [France did not show] MATCH FOR SECOND PLACE Antwerpen Spain 3-1 Netherlands CONSOLATION TOURNAMENT FIRST ROUND Antwerpen Egypt 4-2 Yugoslavia Tournament abandoned because of events surrounding the final.
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