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1978 FIFA World Cup : Argentina ...

Teams: 16

Date: 01 June 1978 to 25 June 1978

Final: 25 June 1978

Matches: 38

Goals Scored: 102 (average 2.7 per match)

Attendance: 1,546,151 (average 40,688)

Winner: Argentina

Runners-Up: Holland

Third: Brazil

Fourth: Italy

Golden Shoe: Mario KEMPES (Argentina)

Best Young Player Award: Antonio CABRINI (Italy)

FIFA Fair Play award: Argentina

1982 World Cup 1974 World Cup

FKS Publishers Ltd

The 1978 FIFA World Cup, the 11th staging of the FIFA World Cup, quadrennial international football world championship tournament, was held in Argentina between 1 and 25 June.


The 1978 World Cup was won by Argentina who beat the Netherlands 3–1 at River Plate's home stadium Estadio Monumental in the Argentine capital of Buenos Aires after extra time in the final. This win was the first World Cup title for Argentina, who became the fifth team (after Uruguay, Italy, England and West Germany), to be both hosts and world champions. Argentina, the Netherlands and Brazil were the gold, silver and bronze medalists respectively. Iran and Tunisia made their first appearances in the finals. This was also the last World Cup tournament to use the original inclusion of 16 teams, only 15 teams (plus the host, who automatically qualified) had been allowed to qualify since the first World Cup in 1930 (the reigning title holders also received automatic qualification from 1934 through 2002); for the next World Cup in Spain, FIFA expanded that tournament to 24 teams.

Argentina 78

Coloured, numbered series of 300 stickers. Player portraits and flags from the competing countries in the World Cup 1978. Also included were some countries and players who missed out. FKS have learnt from their errors and now publish the biographies under the sticker spaces, so that you can still read it once the sticker is stuck in! Anonymous plain back.

Sold in envelopes containing six stickers. Album issued to accompany the series priced 10p.

Size: 64x45mm

fks (77-78) 20 Album fks (77-78) 19 Wrapper fks (77-78) 18 Trevor Brooking


271. Trevor Brooking - England



Goldene Tore (Golden Goals)

Coloured, numbered series of 49 stickers. Album issued to accompany the series.

Size: 100x70mm

pobi006 - Album pobi004 - Geoff Hurst England pobi005 - Geoff Hurst pobi004 - Geoff Hurst back

Bild 9. Geoff Hurst (England)

Bild 10. Geoff Hurst (West Ham)

Germany flag

PANINI Publishing Ltd

World Cup 78

Coloured, numbered series of 400 stickers. The album was known as 'World Cup 78' in the United Kingdom but

international releases were called 'Argentina 78'.

Size: 69x49mm

pani010b - Album - International pani010 - Brooking

International Wrapper

359. Trevor Brooking - England

UK Album