Men’s Olympic football winners; Year Gold Medal Silver Medal Bronze Medal; 2020: Brazil: Spain: Mexico: 2016: Brazil: Germany: Nigeria: 2012: Mexico: Brazil: South Korea: 2008: Argentina: Nigeria: Brazil: 2004: Argentina: Paraguay: Italy: 2000: Cameroon: Spain: Chile: 1996: Nigeria: Argentina: Brazil: 1992: Spain: Poland: Ghana: 1988: Soviet Union: Brazil: West Germany: 1984: France: Brazil: Yugoslavia: 1980: Czechoslovakia
Football at the Summer Olympics has been included in every Summer Olympic Games as a men's competition sport, except 1896 (the inaugural Games) and 1932 (in an attempt to promote the new FIFA World Cup tournament). Women's football was added to the official program at the 1996 Atlanta Games.
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This is the complete list of Olympic medallists in football. Men. Games Gold Silver Bronze 1896 Athens: not included in the Olympic program: 1900 Paris details Great ...
Football was played for the first time at Olympic Games in 1900. Great Britain, France and Belgium won the gold, silver and bronze medals respectively. Ever since it was first played at Olympics, Men's football has remained a regular and one of the most popular events. The following table lists all the medal winners in Men's Football at Olympic Games.
Bulgaria won its first Olympic soccer medal, defeating India in the Bronze Medal Match. Helsinki, 1952 In the final, Yugoslavia faced a Hungarian team led by Ferenc Puskas, who was regarded as one of the greatest players in soccer history. The Magic Magyars, as they were known, blanked Yugoslavia 2-0 for Olympic gold. London, 1948
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Who won the last Olympics in soccer? Brazil in 2016. Who’s the most gold medals in men’s soccer? Britain and Hungary with 3 gold medals. Women’s Olympic Soccer Gold Medal Winners. From the order of the winner from the start of the competition for women in 1996;