Sunday, July 5, 2020

Soccernostalgia Talk Podcast-Episode 13 (Interview with Author Ashley Hyne)


This is the 13th episode of my podcast with Mr. Paul Whittle of https://the1888letter.com/, @1888letter.
For this episode, we interview Football (Soccer) Historian and Author Mr. Ashley Hyne as we discuss Football pioneers.
Mr. Hyne is the author of
‘Jimmy Hogan: The Greatest football Coach Ever?’
‘George Raynor: The Greatest Coach England Never Had’



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ashleyhyne1@gmail.com 

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Sunday, June 28, 2020

Soccernostalgia Talk Podcast-Episode 12 (Scotland National Team 1982/83 with David Stuart and Clark Gillies)

This is the 12th episode of my podcast with Mr. Paul Whittle of https://the1888letter.com/, @1888letter.
For this episode, we start a new interview series with Mr. David Stuart of the Scotland Epistles Football Magazine https://scotlandepistles.com/ and Mr. Clark Gillies as we discuss the matches of the Scotland National Team season by season starting with the 1982/83 season.
Mr. David Stuart and Mr. Clark Gillies who will be our guests for the continuation of these series.
Mr. Stuart is a former fanzine writer and co-founder of the Scotland Epistles football magazine. Co-author of two books on the Scotland national side along with Robert Marshall.
Mr. Gillies has written in the past for These Football Times and The Football Pink. 

We will continue these series semi-regularly in future episodes.


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Mr. Stuart’s contact info:
twitter: @davstu11

Mr. Gillies’ contact info:
twitter: @wanderer1982


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Sunday, June 21, 2020

Soccernostalgia Talk Podcast-Episode 11 (Italian Serie A 1982/83 with Franco Spicciariello)


This is the eleventh episode of my podcast with Mr. Paul Whittle of https://the1888letter.com/, @1888letter.
For this episode, we start a new interview series with Mr. Franco Spicciariello as we discuss the matches of the Italian Serie A season by season starting with the 1982/83 season.
Mr. Spicciariello who will be our guest for the continuation of these series. He has in the past written for the prestigious Magazine Guerin Sportivo for ten years.
We will continue these series semi-regularly in future episodes.


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Mr. Spicciariello’s contact info:
twitter: @frankspicc

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Sunday, June 14, 2020

Soccernostalgia Talk Podcast-Episode 10 (England National Team 1983/84 with Davey Naylor)


This is the tenth episode of my podcast with Mr. Paul Whittle of https://the1888letter.com/, @1888letter.
For this episode, we continue our interview series with Mr. Davey Naylor of https://englandstats.com/ as we discuss the matches of the England National Team during the 1983/84 season.

For any questions/comments, you may contact us:
You may also contact me on this blog, on twitter @sp1873 and on facebook under Soccernostalgia.
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Mr. Naylor’s contact info:
support@englandstats.com
@gingerdaveski

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Sunday, June 7, 2020

Soccernostalgia Talk Podcast-Episode 9 (Italy National Team 1982/83 with Franco Spicciariello)


This is the ninth episode of my podcast with Mr. Paul Whittle of https://the1888letter.com/, @1888letter.
For this episode, we start a new interview series with Mr. Franco Spicciariello as we discuss the matches of the Italian National Team season by season starting with the 1982/83 season.
Mr. Spicciariello who will be our guest for the continuation of these series. He has in the past written for the prestigious Magazine Guerin Sportivo for ten years.
We will continue these series semi-regularly in future episodes.


For any questions/comments, you may contact us:
You may also contact me on this blog, on twitter @sp1873 and on facebook under Soccernostalgia.
Mr. Paul Whittle, @1888letter on twitter and https://the1888letter.com/contact/
You may also follow the podcast on spotify under ‘Soccernostalgia Talk Podcast’
Mr. Spicciariello’s contact info:
twitter: @frankspicc














Saturday, June 6, 2020

Compendium to the 1936 Olympics-Part 5 (Semifinals and Final)


III.    1936 Olympics-Semifinals:


Semifinals:
August 10, 1936 (Berlin, Italy 2-Norway 1)
August 11, 1936 (Berlin, Austria 3-Poland 1)


Date: August 10, 1936
Competition: Olympics- Semifinals
Result: Italy 2-Norway 1 (After Extra Time)
Venue: Berlin, Olympiastadion, Germany
Attendance: 95,000
Referee: Pal Von Hertzka (Hungary)
Goalscorers:
(Italy): Alfonso Negro 15, Annibale Frossi 96
(Norway): Arne Brustad 58
Lineups:
Italy:
Bruno Venturini (Societá Ginnastica Sampierdarenese-Genova)    
Alfredo Foni  (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)              
Pietro Rava (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)        
Giuseppe Baldo (Società Sportiva Lazio-Roma)     
Achille Piccini (Associazione Calcio Fiorentina-Firenze)     
Ugo Locatelli (Associazione Sportiva Ambrosiana -Inter- Milano)    
Annibale Frossi (Associazione Sportiva Ambrosiana -Inter- Milano)    
Libero Marchini (Unione Sportiva Lucchese Libertas)    
Sergio Bertoni I (Associazione Calcio Pisa)   
Carlo Biagi (Associazione Calcio Pisa)   
Alfonso Negro (Associazione Calcio Fiorentina-Firenze)     

Coach: Vittorio Pozzo
Team Captain: Alfredo Foni

Norway:
Henry Johansen (Vålerengens Idrettsforening-Oslo)
Nils Eriksen (Odds Ballklubbs- Skien tik)  
Øivind Holmsen (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo) 
Frithjof Ulleberg (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo) 
Jørgen Juve (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo) 
Rolf Holmberg (Odds Ballklubbs- Skien tik)   
Odd Frantzen (Hardy Sportsklubben)
Reidar Kvammen (Viking –Stavanger Idrettslag)  
Alf Martinsen (Lillestrøm Sportsklubb- Skedsmo)
Magnar Isaksen (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo) 
Arne Brustad (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo) 

Coach: Asbjorn Halvorsen
Team Captain: Jørgen Juve


 
Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936) 
(August 10, 1936, Olympics, Italy 2-Norway 1)
Photo From: Azzurri, Storia della Nazionale di calcio tre volte campioni del Mondo, 1910-1983
(August 10, 1936, Olympics, Italy 2-Norway 1)

Photo From: La Nazionale Italiana, 1978
(Italy squad, August 10, 1936, Olympics, Italy 2-Norway 1)


Date: August 11, 1936
Competition: Olympics- Semifinals
Result: Austria (Amateurs) 3-Poland 1
Venue: Berlin, Olympiastadion, Germany
Attendance: 82,000
Referee: Dr Arthur W. Barton (England)
Goalscorers:
(Austria (Amateurs)): Karl Kainberger 17, Walter Werginz 54, Franz Mandl 89
(Poland): Hubert Gad 73
Lineups:
Austria (Amateurs):
Eduard Kainberger (Salzburger AK (Athletiksport-Klub) 1914)  
Ernst Kunz (Fussball Club 07 Lustenau)
Martin Kargl (SC Kores Wien)
Anton Krenn (Polizei SV (Sportvereinigung) Wien)
Karl Wahlmuller (SV (Sportvereinigung) Urfahr Linz)
Max Hofmeister (WSV (Werks Sport verein) Donawitzer-Leoben)
Walter Werginz (Klagenfurter AC (Athletiksport-Club))
Adolf Laudon (Salzburger AK (Athletiksport-Klub) 1914)
Franz Mandl (First Vienna Football Club Wien)
Karl Kainberger (Salzburger AK (Athletiksport-Klub) 1914)   
Franz Fuchsberger (SV (Sportvereinigung) Urfahr Linz)

Coach: James (Jimmy) Hogan (England) (assisted by Ludwig Husak)
Team Captain: Eduard Kainberger

Poland:
Spirydion Albański (LKS (Lwowski Klub Sportowy) Pogon Lwów)
Henryk Martyna (WKS (Wojskowy Klub Sportowy) Legia Warszawa)
Antoni Gałecki (Łódzki Klub Sportowy- Lodz)
Józef Kotlarczyk (Towarzystwo Sportowe Wisła Kraków)  
Jan Wasiewicz (LKS (Lwowski Klub Sportowy) Pogon Lwów)
Edward Dytko (Górniczy Klub Sportowy  Dąb Katowice)
Ryszard Piec (Naprzód Lipiny)
Walenty Musielak (HCP (Hipolit Cegielski Poznan) Poznan)
Teodor Peterek (Klub Sportowy Ruch Wielkie Hajduki- Chorzów)     
Hubert Gad (Klub Sportowy Slask Swietochlowice)
Gerard Wodarz (Klub Sportowy Ruch Wielkie Hajduki- Chorzów)    

FA Captain: Józef Kałuża
Coach: Kurt Otto (Germany)
Team Captain: Henryk Martyna
 
Photo From: Bialo Czerwoni 1921-2001, Author Andrzej Gowarzewski
(August 11, 1936, Olympics, Austria 3-Poland 1)



IV.    1936 Olympics-Third Place:

Third Place:
August 13, 1936 (Berlin, Norway 3-Poland 2)


Date: August 13, 1936
Competition: Olympics-Third place
Result: Norway 3-Poland 2
Venue: Berlin, Olympiastadion, Germany
Attendance: 95,000
Referee: Alfred Birlem (Germany)
Goalscorers:
(Norway): Arne Brustad 15, 21, 84
(Poland): Gerard Wodarz 5, Teodor Peterek 24        
Lineups:
Norway:
Henry Johansen (Vålerengens Idrettsforening-Oslo)
Nils Eriksen (Odds Ballklubbs- Skien tik)  
Øivind Holmsen (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo) 
Frithjof Ulleberg (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo) 
Jørgen Juve (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo) 
Rolf Holmberg (Odds Ballklubbs- Skien tik)  
Magdalon Monsen (Hardy Sportsklubben)
Reidar Kvammen (Viking –Stavanger Idrettslag)  
Alf Martinsen (Lillestrøm Sportsklubb- Skedsmo)
Odd Frantzen (Hardy Sportsklubben)
Arne Brustad (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo) 

Coach: Asbjörn Halvorsen
Team Captain: Jørgen Juve

Poland:
Spirydion Albański (LKS (Lwowski Klub Sportowy) Pogon Lwów)
Władysław Szczepaniak (Klub Sportowy Polonia Warszawa)    
Antoni Gałecki (Łódzki Klub Sportowy- Lodz)
Wilhelm Góra (Klub Sportowy Cracovia- Kraków)     
Franciszek Cebulak  (WKS (Wojskowy Klub Sportowy) Legia Warszawa)
Edward Dytko (Górniczy Klub Sportowy  Dąb Katowice)
Walerian Kisieliński (Klub Sportowy Polonia Warszawa)   
Michał Matyas (LKS (Lwowski Klub Sportowy) Pogon Lwów)
Teodor Peterek (Klub Sportowy Ruch Wielkie Hajduki- Chorzów)    
Hubert Gad (Klub Sportowy Slask Swietochlowice)
Gerard Wodarz (Klub Sportowy Ruch Wielkie Hajduki- Chorzów)    

FA Captain: Józef Kałuża
Coach: Kurt Otto (Germany)
Team Captain: Spirydion Albański


Photo From: IFFHS-Norge  (1908-1940), Suomi (1911-1940)-Essti (1920-1940) 
(August 13, 1936, Olympics, Norway 3-Poland 2)


Photo From: Landslaget, Det Norske Fotballandslagets Historie, authors Egil Olsen, Arne Scheie,Per Jorsett, Otto Ulseth, 1997 
(August 13, 1936, Olympics, Norway 3-Poland 2)


V.    1936 Olympics-Final:


Final:
August 15, 1936 (Berlin, Italy 2-Austria 1)



Date: August 15, 1936
Competition: Olympics- Final
Result: Italy 2-Austria (Amateurs) 1 (After Extra time)
Venue: Berlin, Olympiastadion, Germany
Attendance: 85,000
Referee: Peter J. (Peco) Bauwens (Germany)
Goalscorers:
(Italy): Annibale Frossi 70, 92
(Austria (Amateurs)): Karl Kainberger 80
Lineups:
Italy:
Bruno Venturini (Societá Ginnastica Sampierdarenese-Genova)    
Alfredo Foni (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)               
Pietro Rava (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)        
Giuseppe Baldo (Società Sportiva Lazio-Roma)     
Achille Piccini (Associazione Calcio Fiorentina-Firenze)     
Ugo Locatelli (Associazione Sportiva Ambrosiana -Inter- Milano)    
Annibale Frossi (Associazione Sportiva Ambrosiana -Inter- Milano)    
Libero Marchini (Unione Sportiva Lucchese Libertas)    
Sergio Bertoni I (Associazione Calcio Pisa)   
Carlo Biagi (Associazione Calcio Pisa)   
Francesco Gabriotti (Società Sportiva Lazio-Roma)     

Coach: Vittorio Pozzo
Team Captain: Alfredo Foni

Austria (Amateurs):
Eduard Kainberger (Salzburger AK (Athletiksport-Klub) 1914)  
Ernst Kunz (Fussball Club 07 Lustenau)
Martin Kargl (SC Kores Wien)
Anton Krenn (Polizei SV (Sportvereinigung) Wien)
Karl Wahlmuller (SV (Sportvereinigung) Urfahr Linz)
Max Hofmeister (WSV (Werks Sport verein) Donawitzer-Leoben)
Walter Werginz (Klagenfurter AC (Athletiksport-Club))
Adolf Laudon (Salzburger AK (Athletiksport-Klub) 1914)
Klement Steinmetz (Kapfenberger SV (Sportvereinigung) 1919)
Karl Kainberger (Salzburger AK (Athletiksport-Klub) 1914)   
Franz Fuchsberger (SV (Sportvereinigung) Urfahr Linz)
 
Coach: James (Jimmy) Hogan (England) (assisted by Ludwig Husak)
Team Captain: Eduard Kainberger


Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(Both Teams, August 15, 1936, Olympics, Italy 2-Austria 1)



Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(August 15, 1936, Olympics, Italy 2-Austria 1)

Photo From: La Nazionale Italiana, 1978
(August 15, 1936, Olympics, Italy 2-Austria 1)


Photo From: Calcio 2000, Issue 33, August 2000 
(August 15, 1936, Olympics, Italy 2-Austria 1)

Photo From: World Soccer, September 2000 
(Italy squad after victory, August 15, 1936, Olympics, Italy 2-Austria 1)



Olympics Final Ranking:
1-Italy
2-Austria
3-Norway
4-Poland
5-Peru
6-Germany
7-Great Britain
8-Japan
9- Sweden
10-Finland
11-Egypt
12-USA
13-China
14-Hungary
15-Turkey
16-Luxembourg

Top Goal Scorers
Annibale Frossi (Italy) 7 Goals
Teodoro Fernandez Meyzan (Peru) 6 Goals
Arne Brustad (Norway), Gerard Wodarz (Poland) 5 goals


Friday, June 5, 2020

Compendium to the 1936 Olympics-Part 4 (Quarterfinals)


II.    1936 Olympics-Quarterfinals:

Quarterfinals:
August 7, 1936 (Berlin, Italy 8-Japan 0)
August 7, 1936 (Berlin, Germany 0-Norway 2)
August 8, 1936 (Berlin, Peru 4-Austria 2) (Peru left in protest, Austria advanced)
August 8, 1936 (Berlin, Poland 5-Great Britain 4)

 
Date: August 7, 1936
Competition: Olympics- Quarterfinals
Result: Italy 8-Japan 0
Venue: Berlin, Mommsenstadio, Germany
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Lorenzo Martinez (Argentina)
Goalscorers:
(Italy): Annibale Frossi 14,75, 80, Carlo Biagi 32, 57, 81, 82, Giulio Cappelli 89
(Japan): None
Lineups:
Italy:
Bruno Venturini (Societá Ginnastica Sampierdarenese-Genova)    
Alfredo Foni (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)               
Pietro Rava (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)        
Giuseppe Baldo (Società Sportiva Lazio-Roma)   
Achille Piccini (Associazione Calcio Fiorentina-Firenze)     
Ugo Locatelli (Associazione Sportiva Ambrosiana -Inter- Milano)    
Annibale Frossi (Associazione Sportiva Ambrosiana -Inter- Milano)  
Libero Marchini (Unione Sportiva Lucchese Libertas)    
Sergio Bertoni I (Associazione Calcio Pisa)   
Carlo Biagi (Associazione Calcio Pisa)   
Giulio Cappelli (Ese Viareggio Associazione Calcio)

Coach: Vittorio Pozzo
Team Captain: Giulio Cappelli

Japan:
Rihei Sano (Waseda University)
Yasuo Suzuki (Waseda University)
Teizo Takeuchi (Tokyo University)
Motoo Tatsuhara (Waseda University)
Koichi Oita (Tokyo University)
Yong-Sik Kim (Seoul FC)
Akira Matsunaga (Tokyo Bunri University)
Tokutaro Ukon (Keio University)
Taizo Kawamoto (Waseda University)
Takeshi Kamo (Waseda University)
Shogo Kamo (Waseda University)

Coach: Gustave Shigeyoshi Suzuki
Team Captain: Teizo Takeuchi
Note: Yong-Sik Kim was a Korean and a visiting student


Photo From: Calcio 2000, Issue 33, August 2000 
(August 7, 1936, Olympics, Italy 8-Japan 0)


Photo From: Il Libro Azzuro, Author Walter Perosino, 1998
(Italy squad, August 7, 1936, Olympics, Italy 8-Japan 0)

 
 
Date: August 7, 1936
Competition: Olympics- Quarterfinals
Result: Germany 0-Norway 2
Venue: Berlin, Post Stadion, Germany
Attendance: 55,000
Referee: Dr.Arthur W. Barton (England)
Goalscorers:
(Germany): None
(Norway): Magnar Isaksen 6, 85
Lineups:
Germany:
Hans Jakob (Sportverein 1889 Regensburg) 
Reinhold Münzenberg
(Aachener Turn- und Sport-Verein Alemannia von 1900 e.V.-Aachen)
Heinz Ditgens (Borussia Verein für Leibesübungen 1900 e.V. Mönchengladbach)
Rudolf Gramlich (Sportgemeinschaft Eintracht Frankfurt 1899)
Ludwig Goldbrunner (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V.)
Robert Bernard (Verein für Rasensport 07 Schweinfurt e.V.)
Ernst Lehner
(Turn- und Sport-Verein 1847 Schwaben Augsburg e.V.)
Otto Siffling (SV Waldhof Mannheim)
August Lenz (Ballspielverein Borussia Dortmund 1909 e.V.)
Adolf Urban (Fußball Club Schalke von 1904 e.V.- Gelsenkirchen)
Wilhelm Simetsreiter (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V.)

Coach: Dr. Otto Nerz
Team Captain: Rudolf Gramlich

Norway:
Henry Johansen (Vålerengens Idrettsforening-Oslo)
Nils Eriksen (Odds Ballklubbs- Skien tik)    
Øivind Holmsen (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo) 
Frithjof Ulleberg (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo) 
Jørgen Juve (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo)  
Rolf Holmberg (Odds Ballklubbs- Skien tik)  
Odd Frantzen
(Hardy
Sportsklubben)
Reidar Kvammen (Viking –Stavanger Idrettslag)  
Alf Martinsen (Lillestrøm Sportsklubb- Skedsmo)
Magnar Isaksen (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo) 
Arne Brustad (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo) 

Coach: Asbjorn Halvorsen
Team Captain: Jørgen Juve


Photo From: Landslaget, Det Norske Fotballandslagets Historie, authors Egil Olsen, Arne Scheie, Per Jorsett, Otto Ulseth, 1997
(Norway squad, August 7, 1936, Olympics, Germany 0-Norway 2)

 
 
Date: August 8, 1936
Competition: Olympics- Quarterfinals
Result: Poland 5-Great Britain 4
Venue: Berlin, Post Stadion, Germany
Attendance: 6,000
Referee: Rudolf Eklöw (Sweden)
Goalscorers:
(Poland): Hubert Gad 34, Gerard Wodarz 45, 48, 52, Ryszard Piec 56
(Great Britain): Bertram Arthur Clements 25, Edgar Donald Reid Shearer 71, Bernard Joy 78, 80
Lineups:
Poland:
Spirydion Albański (LKS (Lwowski Klub Sportowy) Pogon Lwów)
Henryk Martyna (WKS (Wojskowy Klub Sportowy) Legia Warszawa)
Antoni Gałecki (Łódzki Klub Sportowy- Lodz)
Józef Kotlarczyk (Towarzystwo Sportowe Wisła Kraków)  
Jan Wasiewicz (LKS (Lwowski Klub Sportowy) Pogon Lwów)
Edward Dytko (Górniczy Klub Sportowy  Dąb Katowice)
Fryderyk Scherfke (Klub Sportowy Warta Poznan)         
Ryszard Piec (Naprzód Lipiny)
Hubert Gad (Klub Sportowy Slask Swietochlowice)
Teodor Peterek (Klub Sportowy Ruch Wielkie Hajduki- Chorzów)    
Gerard Wodarz (Klub Sportowy Ruch Wielkie Hajduki- Chorzów)    

FA Captain: Henryk Martyna
Coach: Kurt Otto (Germany)
Team Captain: Florimond Van Halme

Great Britain:
Haydn Henry Clifford Hill (Yorkshire Amateurs)
Guy Graham Holmes (Ilford Association Football Club)
Robert Patrick Fulton (Belfast Celtic Football Club / Northern Ireland)
John Flannegan Gardiner (Queen’s Park Football Club-Glasgow / Scotland)
Bernard Joy (Corinthians Football Club-London)
John Sutcliffe (Corinthians Football Club-London)
James Crawford (Queen’s Park Football Club-Glasgow / Scotland)
Edgar Donald Reid Shearer (Corinthians Football Club-London)
Bertram Arthur Clements (Corinthians Football Club-London)
Frederick Riley (Corinthians Football Club-London)
Lester Charles Finch (Barnet Football Club)

Coach: William Voisey
Team Captain: Bernard Joy
 
 
Date: August 8, 1936
Competition: Olympics- Quarterfinals
Result: Peru 4-Austria (Amateurs) 2 (After Extra Time-Austria declared winner after appeal)
Venue: Berlin, Hertha-Platz, Germany
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Thoralv Christiansen (Norway)
Goalscorers:
(Peru): Prisco Teodoro Alcalde Millos 75, Alejandro Villanueva Martinez 81, 119, Teodoro Fernandez Meyzan 116
(Austria (Amateurs)): Walter Werginz 22, Klement Steinmetz 36
Lineups:
Peru:
Juan Valdivieso Padilla (Club Alianza Lima)
Arturo Fernandez Meyzan (Universitario de Deportes-Lima)
Victor Lavalle (Club Alianza Lima)
Carlos Tovar Venegas (Universitario de Deportes-Lima)
Segundo Castillo Varela (Sport Boys Association Callao)
Orestes Jordan Canepa (Universitario de Deportes-Lima)
Prisco Teodoro Alcalde Millos (Sport Boys Association Callao)
Adelfo Magallanes Campos (Club Alianza Lima)
Teodoro Fernandez Meyzan (Universitario de Deportes-Lima)
Alejandro Villanueva Martinez (Club Alianza Lima)
Jose Morales Alcazar (Club Alianza Lima)

Coach: Alberto Denegri
Team Captain: Juan Valdivieso Padilla

Austria (Amateurs):
Eduard Kainberger (Salzburger AK (Athletiksport-Klub) 1914)  
Ernst Kunz (Fussball Club 07 Lustenau)
Martin Kargl (SC Kores Wien)
Anton Krenn (Polizei SV (Sportvereinigung) Wien)
Karl Wahlmuller (SV (Sportvereinigung) Urfahr Linz)
Max Hofmeister (WSV (Werks Sport verein) Donawitzer-Leoben)
Walter Werginz (Klagenfurter AC (Athletiksport-Club))
Adolf Laudon (Salzburger AK (Athletiksport-Klub) 1914)
Klement Steinmetz (Kapfenberger SV (Sportvereinigung) 1919)
Josef Kitzmuller (Admira Linz)
Franz Fuchsberger (SV (Sportvereinigung) Urfahr Linz)

Coach: James (Jimmy) Hogan (England) (assisted by Ludwig Husak)
Team Captain: Eduard Kainberger
Note:
Austria protested after Peru fans invaded the pitch to celebrate after Peru’s fourth goal. FIFA ordered the match to be replayed, as a form of protest the entire Peru delegation left. Austria declared winner and advanced.
 
Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936) 
(August 8, 1936, Olympics, Peru 4-Austria 2)