Football At the 2004 Summer Olympics
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Football At the 2004 Summer Olympics

Football at the 2004 Summer Olympics
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Tournament details
Host countryGreece
Dates11-28 August
Teams16 (men) and 10 (women) (from 6 confederations)
Venue(s)6 (in 6 host cities)
Final positions
Champions Argentina (men)
 United States (women)
Runners-up Paraguay (men)
 Brazil (women)
Third place Italy (men)
 Germany (women)
Fourth place Iraq (men)
 Sweden (women)
Tournament statistics
Matches played52
Goals scored156 (3 per match)
Attendance601,052 (11,559 per match)
2000
2008

The football tournament at the 2004 Summer Olympics started on 11 August (two days before the opening ceremony), and ended on 28 August.

The tournaments take place every four years, in conjunction with the Summer Olympic Games. The associations affiliated to FIFA are invited to participate with their men's U-23 and women's representative teams.[1] The men's tournament allows up to three overage players to join the U-23 squads.

The men's tournament was won by Argentina, coached by Marcelo Bielsa, which held a record of having won every match without conceding a goal in the tournament. The Golden Boot was won by Argentina's Carlos Tevez. The women's tournament was won by the United States.

Venues

Athens Patras
Olympic Stadium Pampeloponnisiako Stadium
Capacity: 71,030 Capacity: 23,558
Olympic stadium,Athens 18.JPG Pampeloponisiako Olympic Stadium(1).jpg
Athens Thessaloniki
Karaiskakis Stadium Kaftanzoglio Stadium
Capacity: 33,334 Capacity: 27,770
Argentina Vs Italy 3-0 2004 Olympics Athens.jpg Kaftanzoglio west stand.jpg
Heraklion Volos
Pankritio Stadium Panthessaliko Stadium
Capacity: 26,240 Capacity: 22,700
Pagkritio.jpg Volos, Greece stadium at 2004 Olympic Games.jpg

Men

Women

FIFA Fair play award

Women's tournament

References

External links


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