Wednesday, December 28, 2022

Compendium to Soccernostalgia Interview-Part 45-Matches of Italian National team during the 1932/33 season

 

Italy National Team matches during the 1932/33 Season

 

October 28, 1932, Dr. Gerö Cup, Prague, Czechoslovakia 2-Italy 1 (Vojtech Bradac 28 pen, Oldřich Nejedlý 59 / Giovanni Ferrari 54)

November 27, 1932, Milano, Italy 4-Hungary 2 (Raimundo Bibiano Orsi 26, 35, Giuseppe Meazza 52, Giovanni Ferrari 79 / Bela Bihamy III 40 pen, Imre Markos 86)

January 1, 1933, Bologna, Italy 3-Germany 1 (Giuseppe Meazza 24, Raffaele Costantino 27, Angelo Schiavio 58 / Oskar Rohr 2)

February 12, 1933, Brussels, Belgium 2-Italy 3 (Bernard Voorhoof 31,46 / Giuseppe Meazza 26, 88, Raffaele Costantino 71)

April 2, 1933, Dr. Gerö Cup, Geneva, Switzerland 0-Italy 3 (Angelo Schiavio 35, 60, Giuseppe Meazza 75)

May 7, 1933, Dr. Gerö Cup, Florence, Italy 2-Czechoslovakia 0 (Giovanni Ferrari 41, Angelo Schiavio 44)

May 13, 1933, Roma, Italy 1-England 1 (Giovanni Ferrari 4 / Clifford Sydney Bastin 54)

 

 


Date: October 28, 1932

Competition: Dr. Gerö Cup

Result: Czechoslovakia 2- Italy 1

Venue: Praha (Prague)- Letná Stadion (Athletic Club Sparta Praha)

Attendance: 31,000

Referee: Peter J. (Peco) Bauwens (Germany)

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Czechoslovakia): Vojtech Bradac 28 pen, Oldřich Nejedlý 59

(Italy): Giovanni Ferrari 54

Summary of goals:

-

Lineups:

Czechoslovakia:

František Plánička (Slavia Praha)

Jaroslav Burgr (Sparta Praha)

Josef Čtyřoký (Sparta Praha)

Jan Knobloch- Madelon (Sparta Praha)

Štefan Čambal (Slavia Praha)

Rudolf Krčil (Slavia Praha)

František Junek (Slavia Praha)

Vojtěch Bradáč (Slavia Praha)

Oldřich Nejedlý (Sparta Praha)

Josef Silný (Sparta Praha)

Antonín Puč (Slavia Praha)

 

Coach: Josef Fanta

 

Team Captain: František Plánička

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Italy:

Mario Gianni (Bologna Football Club)   

Eraldo Monzeglio (Bologna Football Club)  

Felice Gasperi (Bologna Football Club)  

Attilio Ferraris IV (Associazione Sportiva Roma)     

Fulvio Bernardini (Associazione Sportiva Roma)     

Bruno Dugoni (Associazione Sportiva Roma)      

Raffaele Costantino (Associazione Sportiva Roma)     

Raffaele Sansone (Bologna Football Club)  

Giuseppe Meazza (Associazione Sportiva Ambrosiana -Inter- Milano)  

Giovanni Ferrari (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)  

Raimundo Bibiano Orsi (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino) 

 

Coach: Vittorio Pozzo

 

Team Captain: Fulvio Bernardini

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Note:

1-Final cap for Fulvio Bernardini (26/3) (1925-1932).

 

Photo From: La Nazionale Italiana, 1978

(October 28, 1932, Dr. Gerö Cup, Czechoslovakia 2-Italy 1)



Photo From: Il Libro Azzurro del Calcio Italiano, Authors Pericle Pratelli, Pasquale Scardillo, 1974

(October 28, 1932, Dr. Gerö Cup, Czechoslovakia 2-Italy 1)



Photo From: Se Lvickem na prsou-Authors O.Bartunek, J (1)

(October 28, 1932, Dr. Gerö Cup, Czechoslovakia 2-Italy 1)



 

Date: November 27, 1932

Competition: Friendly

Result: Italy 4-Hungary 2

Venue: Milano -Stadio Calcistico San Siro

Attendance: 32,000

Referee: Karl Bangerter (Switzerland)

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Italy): Raimundo Bibiano Orsi 26, 35, Giuseppe Meazza 52, Giovanni Ferrari 79

(Hungary): Bela Bihamy III 40 pen, Imre Markos 86

Summary of goals:

-

Lineups:

Italy:

Mario Gianni (Bologna Football Club)  

Eraldo Monzeglio (Bologna Football Club)  

Felice Gasperi (Bologna Football Club)  

Bruno Dugoni (Associazione Sportiva Roma) (Enrico Colombari (Associazione Calcio Napoli) 46)

Luis ‘Luisito’ Monti (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)    

Luigi Bertolini (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)    

Raffaele Costantino (Associazione Sportiva Roma)     

Attilio Demaria (Associazione Sportiva Ambrosiana -Inter- Milano)   

Giuseppe Meazza (Associazione Sportiva Ambrosiana -Inter- Milano)  

Giovanni Ferrari (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)  

Raimundo Bibiano Orsi (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino) 

 

Coach: Vittorio Pozzo

 

Team Captain: Mario Gianni

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Note:

1-Final cap for Bruno Dugoni (4/0) (1925-1932).

2-First cap for Luis ‘Luisito’ Monti and Attilio Demaria.

 

 

Hungary:

Antal Szabó (Hungária Futball Club- Budapest)    

Lajos Koranyi I (Ferencváros Futball Club- Budapest)    

Sandor Biró (III kerület Futball Club -Budapest)   

Gyula Baratky (Hungária Futball Club- Budapest)    

Lajos Lutz II (III kerület Futball Club -Budapest)   

Zoltan Szaniszlo II (Hungária Futball Club- Budapest) (Pal Karpati II (Budai 11- Budapest) 46)

Imre Markos (Bocskai Sport Club)

Laszlo Cseh II (Hungária Futball Club- Budapest)    

Pal Javor (Újpest Futball Club- Budapest)    

Bela Bihamy III (Nemzeti Sport Club- Budapest)    

Karoly Deri (Törekvés Sport Club)  

 

Coach: Odon Nadas


Team Captain: Lajos Lutz II

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Photo From: La Nazionale Italiana, 1978

(November 27, 1932, Italy 4-Hungary 2)



 

Photo From: Il Libro Azzurro del Calcio Italiano, Authors Pericle Pratelli, Pasquale Scardillo, 1974

(November 27, 1932, Italy 4-Hungary 2)


 

Date: January 1, 1933

Competition: Friendly

Result: Italy 3-Germany 1

Venue: Bologna -Stadio Littoriale

Attendance: 30,000

Referee: Louis Baert (Belgium)

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Italy): Giuseppe Meazza 24, Raffaele Costantino 27, Angelo Schiavio 58

(Germany): Oskar Rohr 2

Summary of goals:

-

Lineups:

Italy:

Mario Gianni (Bologna Football Club)  

Eraldo Monzeglio (Bologna Football Club)  

Felice Gasperi (Bologna Football Club)  

Mario Pizziolo (Associazione Calcio Fiorentina-Firenze)    

Luis ‘Luisito’ Monti (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino) (Enrico Colombari (Associazione Calcio Napoli) 46)

Luigi Bertolini (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)          

Raffaele Costantino (Associazione Sportiva Roma)     

Giuseppe Meazza (Associazione Sportiva Ambrosiana -Inter- Milano)  

Angelo Schiavio (Bologna Football Club)  

Giovanni Ferrari (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)         

Raimundo Bibiano Orsi (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)       

 

Coach: Vittorio Pozzo

 

Team Captain: Angelo Schiavio

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Note:

1-Final cap for Enrico Colombari (9/0) (1928-1933).

2-First cap for Mario Pizziolo.

 

 

Germany:

Hans Jakob (Sportbund Jahn Regensburg) (Fritz Buchloh (Verein für Bewegungspiele Speldorf e.V.) 55)

Sigmund Haringer (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V.)   

Josef Wendl (Turn- und Sportverein München von 1860 e.V.)

Rudolf Gramlich (Sportgemeinschaft Eintracht Frankfurt 1899)

Ludwig Leinberger (Spielvereinigung Fürth e.V.)

Georg Knöpfle (Fußballsportverein Frankfurt 1899 e.V.)

Josef Bergmaier (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V.)      

Franz Krumm (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V.)

Oskar Rohr (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V.)   

Richard Malik (SuSV 1909 Beuthen)

Stanislaus Kobierski (Düsseldorfer Turn-und Sportverein Fortuna 1895 e.V.)   

 

Coach: Otto Nerz

 

Team Captain: Ludwig Leinberger

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Photo From: La Nazionale Italiana, 1978

(January 1, 1933, Italy 3-Germany 1)


 

Photo From: Il Libro Azzurro del Calcio Italiano, Authors Pericle Pratelli, Pasquale Scardillo, 1974

(January 1, 1933, Italy 3-Germany 1)


 

Date: February 12, 1933

Competition: Friendly

Result: Belgium 2-Italy 3

Venue: Bruxelles-Stade du Heysel (Brussels- Heizelstadion)       

Attendance: 35,000

Referee: Walter Lewington (England)

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Belgium): Bernard Voorhoof 31,46

(Italy): Giuseppe Meazza 26, 88, Raffaele Costantino 71

Summary of goals:

-

Lineups:

Belgium:

Robert Braet (Royal Cercle Sportif Brugeois)

Henri De Deken (Royal Antwerp Football Club) 

Nicolaas Hoydoncks (Excelsior Football Club Hasselt)

Joseph Van Ingelgem (Daring Club de Bruxelles Societe Royale) 

August Hellemans (Royal Football Club Malinois)

Jean Claessens (Union Saint-Gilloise Societe Royale)

Louis Verysp (Royal Football Club Brugeois) 

Jean Brichaut (Royal Standard Club Liège) 

Jean Capelle (Royal Standard Club Liège)

Bernard Voorhoof (Koninklijke Lierse Sportkring) 

Stanley Vanden Eynde (Royal Beerschot Athletic Club-Antwerpen) 

 

Coach: Hector Goetinck

 

Team Captain: Nicolaas Hoydoncks

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Italy:

Mario Gianni (Bologna Football Club)  

Virginio Rosetta (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)        

Felice Gasperi (Bologna Football Club)  

Mario Pizziolo (Associazione Calcio Fiorentina-Firenze)   

Luis ‘Luisito’ Monti (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)             

Luigi Bertolini (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)          

Raffaele Costantino (Associazione Sportiva Roma)     

Pietro Serantoni (Associazione Sportiva Ambrosiana -Inter- Milano)   

Giuseppe Meazza (Associazione Sportiva Ambrosiana -Inter- Milano)  

Francesco Fedullo (Bologna Football Club)  

Raimundo Bibiano Orsi (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)       

 

Coach: Vittorio Pozzo

 

Team Captain: Virginio Rosetta

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Note:

1-Final cap for Mario Gianni (6/0) (1927-1933).

2-Final cap for Felice Gasperi (6/0) (1928-1933).

3-Final cap for Francesco Fedullo (2/3) (1932-1933).

4-First cap for Pietro Serantoni.

 

Photo From: La Nazionale Italiana, 1978

(February 12, 1933, Belgium 2-Italy 3)


 

Photo From: Il Libro Azzurro del Calcio Italiano, Authors Pericle Pratelli, Pasquale Scardillo, 1974

(February 12, 1933, Belgium 2-Italy 3)


 

Photo From: IFFHS-Belgique-Belgie (1904-1940)

(February 12, 1933, Belgium 2-Italy 3)


 

Date: April 2, 1933

Competition: Dr. Gerö Cup

Result: Switzerland 0- Italy 3

Venue: Geneva (Genève) – Le Stade des Charmilles (Servette)

Attendance: 24,000

Referee: Louis Baert (Belgium)

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Switzerland): None

(Italy): Angelo Schiavio 35, 60, Giuseppe Meazza 75

Summary of goals:

-

Lineups:

Switzerland:

Frank Sechenaye (Servette Football Club Genève)

Severino Minelli (Grasshopper-Club Zürich)

Max Weiler (Grasshopper-Club Zürich)

Gabriele Gilardoni (Football Club Lugano)

Willy Baumgartner (Grasshopper-Club Zürich)

Oskar Rauch (Grasshopper-Club Zürich)

Willy Von Kanel (Fussballclub Biel)

Raymond Passello (Servette Football Club Genève)

Aldo Poretti (Football Club Lugano)

Max Abegglen (Grasshopper-Club Zürich)

Alfred Jaeck (Football Club Basel)

 

Coach: Federation’s Technical Commission

 

Team Captain: Max Weiler

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Italy:

Giampiero Combi (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)

Virginio Rosetta (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino) 

Umberto Caligaris (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)      

Mario Pizziolo (Associazione Calcio Fiorentina-Firenze)   

Luis ‘Luisito’ Monti (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)

Luigi Bertolini (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)

Raffaele Costantino (Associazione Sportiva Roma)     

Giuseppe Meazza (Associazione Sportiva Ambrosiana -Inter- Milano)  

Angelo Schiavio (Bologna Football Club)  

Giovanni Ferrari (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)

Raimundo Bibiano Orsi (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)

 

Coach: Vittorio Pozzo

 

Team Captain: Umberto Caligaris

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Photo From: La Nazionale Italiana, 1978

(April 2, 1933, Dr. Gerö Cup, Switzerland 0-Italy 3)



 

Photo From: Il Libro Azzurro del Calcio Italiano, Authors Pericle Pratelli, Pasquale Scardillo, 1974

(April 2, 1933, Dr. Gerö Cup, Switzerland 0-Italy 3)


Photo From: IFFHS, Schweiz,Suisse, Svizzera (1905-1940)

(April 2, 1933, Dr. Gerö Cup, Switzerland 0-Italy 3)


 

Photo From: Il Libro Azzuro, Author Walter Perosino, 1998

(Team captains, April 2, 1933, Dr. Gerö Cup, Switzerland 0-Italy 3)

Note: This may be from the other encounter between the teams in 1933.


 

Date: May 7, 1933

Competition: Dr. Gerö Cup

Result: Italy 2-Czechoslovakia 0

Venue: Firenze (Florence)- Stadio Comunale -Stadio Giovanni Berta

Attendance: 25,000

Referee: Louis Baert (Belgium)

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Italy): Giovanni Ferrari 41, Angelo Schiavio 44

(Czechoslovakia): None

Summary of goals:

-

Lineups:

Italy:

Giampiero Combi (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)

Virginio Rosetta (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino) 

Umberto Caligaris (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)      

Mario Pizziolo (Associazione Calcio Fiorentina-Firenze)   

Luis ‘Luisito’ Monti (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)

Luigi Bertolini (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)

Raffaele Costantino (Associazione Sportiva Roma)     

Pietro Serantoni (Associazione Sportiva Ambrosiana -Inter- Milano)  

Angelo Schiavio (Bologna Football Club)  

Giovanni Ferrari (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)

Raimundo Bibiano Orsi (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)

 

Coach: Vittorio Pozzo

 

Team Captain: Umberto Caligaris

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: -

Uniform Colors: - Shirts, - Shorts, - Socks

 

Czechoslovakia:

František Plánička (Slavia Praha)

Jaroslav Burgr (Sparta Praha)

Josef Čtyřoký (Sparta Praha)

Josef Košťálek (Sparta Praha)

Štefan Čambal (Slavia Praha)

Jan Knobloch–Madelon (Sparta Praha)

František Junek (Slavia Praha)

Karel Hess (Viktoria Plzen)

Oldřich Nejedlý (Sparta Praha)

Josef Silný (Sparta Praha)

Karel Hromadka (SK Kladno)

 

Coach: Karel Petrů

 

Team Captain: František Plánička

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Photo From: La Nazionale Italiana, 1978

(May 7, 1933, Dr. Gerö Cup, Italy 2-Czechoslovakia 0)



Photo From: Il Libro Azzurro del Calcio Italiano, Authors Pericle Pratelli, Pasquale Scardillo, 1974

(May 7, 1933, Dr. Gerö Cup, Italy 2-Czechoslovakia 0)



 

Photo From: Se Lvickem na prsou-Authors O.Bartunek, J

(May 7, 1933, Dr. Gerö Cup, Italy 2-Czechoslovakia 0)


 

Date: May 13, 1933

Competition: Friendly

Result: Italy 1-England 1

Venue: Roma -Stadio Nazionale del P.N.F. (Partito Nazionale Fascista)

Attendance: 50,000

Referee: Peter J. (Peco) Bauwens (Germany)

Kick-off time: -

Goalscorers:

(Italy): Giovanni Ferrari 4

(England): Clifford Sydney Bastin 54  

Summary of goals:

-

Lineups:

Italy:

Giampiero Combi (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)

Virginio Rosetta (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino) 

Umberto Caligaris (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)      

Mario Pizziolo (Associazione Calcio Fiorentina-Firenze)   

Luis ‘Luisito’ Monti (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)

Luigi Bertolini (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)

Raffaele Costantino (Associazione Sportiva Roma)      

Giuseppe Meazza (Associazione Sportiva Ambrosiana -Inter- Milano)  

Angelo Schiavio (Bologna Football Club)  

Giovanni Ferrari (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)

Raimundo Bibiano Orsi (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)

 

Coach: Vittorio Pozzo

 

Team Captain: Umberto Caligaris

Official Kit Supplier/Designer: -

Uniform Colors: - Shirts, - Shorts, - Socks

Note:

1-Final cap for Raffaele Costantino (23/ 8) (1929-1933).

 

England:

Henry Edward Hibbs (Birmingham City Football Club)

Frederick Roy Goodall (Huddersfield Town Football Club)

Edris Albert Hapgood (Arsenal Football Club-London)

Alfred Henry Strange (Sheffield Wednesday Football Club)

Thomas Angus White (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)

Wilfred Copping (Leeds United Association Football Club)

Albert Geldard (Everton Football Club-Liverpool)

James Robert Richardson (Newcastle United Football Club)

George Samuel Hunt (Tottenham Hotspur Football Club-London)

William Isaac Furness (Leeds United Association Football Club)

Clifford Sydney Bastin (Arsenal Football Club-London)

 

Coach: Herbert Chapman

 

Team Captain: Frederick Roy Goodall

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Photo From: La Nazionale Italiana, 1978

(May 13, 1933, Italy 1-England 1)


Photo From: Il Libro Azzurro del Calcio Italiano, Authors Pericle Pratelli, Pasquale Scardillo, 1974

(May 13, 1933, Italy 1-England 1)



Photo From: Azzurri, Storia della Nazionale di calcio tre volte campioni del Mondo, 1910-1983

(May 13, 1933, Italy 1-England 1)



Photo From: Azzurri, Storia della Nazionale di calcio tre volte campioni del Mondo, 1910-1983

(May 13, 1933, Italy 1-England 1)



 

Photo From: IFFHS, England (1872-1940), Eire (1924-1940), EnglandAmateurs (1906-1940)

(May 13, 1933, Italy 1-England 1)


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