FIFA World Cup 1930 (Uruguay)

World Cup 1930 - Uruguay team
World Cup 1930 - Group 1
World Cup 1930 – Group 1
World Cup 1930 - Group 1 table
World Cup 1930 – Group 1 table
World Cup 1930 - Group 2
World Cup 1930 – Group 2
World Cup 1930 - Group 3
World Cup 1930 – Group 3

World Cup 1930 - Group 2 table
World Cup 1930 – Group 2 table
World Cup 1930 - Group 3 table
World Cup 1930 – Group 3 table
World Cup 1930 - Group 4
World Cup 1930 – Group 4
World Cup 1930 - Group 4 table
World Cup 1930 – Group 4 table
World Cup 1930 - Semifinals
World Cup 1930 – Semifinals
World Cup 1930 - Final
World Cup 1930 – Final

Uruguay

Enrique Ballessteros, Jose Nasazzi (c), Ernesto Mascheroni, Jose Andrade, Lorenzo Fernandez, Alvaro Gestido, Pablo Dorado, Hector Scarone, Hector Castro, Pedro Cea, Santos Iriarte. Coach: Alberto Suppici.

Argentina

Juan Botasso, Jose Della Torre, Fernando Paternoster, Juan Evaristo, Luis Monti, Pedro Suarez, Carlos Peucelle, Francisco Varallo, Guillermo Stabile, Manuel Ferreira (c), Mario Evaristo. Coaches: Francisco Olazar & Juan Jose Tramutola.

Referee

John Langenus (Belgium)

Interesting Fact

Guillermo Stabile
Guillermo Stabile

Guillermo Stabile was a 25 year old striker who made his international debut for Argentina against Mexico in his countries second World Cup game. Stabile scored a hat-trick and ended up netting eight times in the tournament but couldn’t prevent his side losing to hosts Uruguay in the final.

After the World Cup Stabile would move to Italian club Genoa and he would never play for his country again despite scoring eight goals in only four games.