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  • Football at the 1936 Summer Olympics tournament, won by Italy, has come to share an affinity with the political backdrop against which it was being played. In terms of the history of association football, however, the tournament suffered as a reaction to the development of the FIFA World Cup.The introduction of the first FIFA World Cup in 1930 (which had, in itself lead to the absence of a football tournament from the 1932 Games programme) led to a devaluation in the strength of each subsequent Olympic football tournament. Competing nations would from now on only be permitted to play their best players if those players were amateur or (where national associations were assisted by interested states to traverse such a rule) where professional players were state-sponsored.The reinstatement of Olympic football was ensured in 1936 because the German organisers were confident that such a competition would be justified by the income it would generate. The fear that any failure by the host side would result in a loss of income had been a matter of contention despite the fact that going into the competition Germany were one of the favourites (They had only lost at home once in three years). In the event, the early failure of the national side did nothing to deter the supporters, as the bronze and gold medal games were watched by a combined total of 195,000 people. (en)
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  • Attendance: 2.500 (en)
  • Attendance: 5.000 (en)
  • Referee: Rinaldo Barlassina (en)
  • Referee: Thoralf Kristiansen (en)
  • Attendance: 12.000 (en)
  • Attendance: 55.000 (en)
  • Attendance: 6.000 (en)
  • Attendance: 8.000 (en)
  • Attendance: 85.000 (en)
  • Attendance: 9.000 (en)
  • Attendance: 95.000 (en)
  • Referee: Alfred Birlem (en)
  • Referee: Arthur James Jewell (en)
  • Referee: Arthur Willoughby Barton (en)
  • Referee: Carl Weingartner (en)
  • Referee: Giuseppe Scarpi (en)
  • Referee: Otto Ohlsson (en)
  • Referee: Peco Bauwens (en)
  • Referee: Pál von Hertzka (en)
  • Referee: Raffaele Scorzoni (en)
  • Referee: Rudolf Eklow (en)
  • Referee: Wilhelm Peters (en)
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  • Football at the 1936 Summer Olympics tournament, won by Italy, has come to share an affinity with the political backdrop against which it was being played. (en)
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