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August 22nd, 2017, 12:15 pm #51

4th Far East Military Tournament, 1972

Held at Bangkok.

Group stage
 2- 4-72 South Korea    3-1 South Vietnam
 4- 4-72 South Vietnam  3-1 Thailand
 6- 4-72 Thailand       0-1 South Korea

 1.SOUTH KOREA     2  2  0  0  4- 1  4
 2.SOUTH VIETNAM   2  1  0  1  4- 4  2
 3.Thailand        2  0  0  2  1- 4  0

Final
 8- 4-72 South Vietnam  0-0 South Korea      [AET, 5-4 pen]

South Vietnam qualified for the finals of World Military Championship 1972 (held in Baghdad), from which they were forced to withdraw.
Note: the South Vietnamese military team was virtually identical to the national team.
Source: "Bangkok Post"


1972 Finals - confirmed scores and dates as in RSSSF file. 
All games at Al-Shaab Stadium (which can also be written Ash-Sha'ab or similar variations).
Source : "Baghdad Observer"
Edition 21-Jun-72 gave a summary of scores including qualifiers. I haven't checked these.  Additions to RSSSF are:

Pool 1: Italy qualified
Pool 2: Greece 2-0 Belgium, Greece qualify on "goal average" 
Pool 3:
 Ivory Coast 1-1 Zaire
 Zaire 0-1 Ivory Coast, IC qualified
Pool 4:
 Kuwait 1-0 Syria
 Kuwait 2-1 Turkey
 Turkey 3-1 Kuwait, Turkey qualified
Pool 5: [completely different from above?!]
 Vietnam 2-1 Thailand
 Vietnam 2-2 Korea
 Korea 2-1 Thailand
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August 22nd, 2017, 12:54 pm #52

Also Spain was in Pool 2.
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August 22nd, 2017, 1:41 pm #53

Some patchy African qualifying info from newspapers.

1975
West African Zone

26-May-74 Abidjan, Ivory Coast 3-4 Ghana (date uncertain, perhaps a week later)
25-Aug-74 Accra, Ghana 2-1 Ivory Coast
Ghana lt Nigeria ?
Nigeria 4-1 Ghana (reported 8-Oct-1974)
Lagos, Nigeria 1-2 Ivory Coast
20-Oct-74 Abidjan, Ivory Coast 2-4 Nigeria (AET)
Nigeria qualified

Central African Zone (aka Zone 2)
Zaire withdrew
14-Apr-74 Yaoundé, Cameroon 2-2 Congo
29-Sep-74 Brazzaville, Congo 0-2 Cameroon
Cameroon qualified


1977
Zone V
(in Cameroon late Dec 1976)
Cameroon bt Senegal
Ghana 3-0 Mali
Cameroon 2-0 Mali
Senegal 1-0 Ghana
Senegal bt Mali
30-Dec-76 Cameroon 1-0 Ghana
Cameroon qualified
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August 22nd, 2017, 3:46 pm #54

1972

Additions

Group 1
05?.04.72 Athens        Greece           2-0 Belgium

Group 2 (confirmed)
                        West Germany          2-0 Austria
16.02.1972 Caserta     Italy            1-1 West Germany
01.03.1972 Enschede     Netherlands     1-1 West Germany         [Stadion Het Diekman]          
03.05.1972 Gmünd        Austria          0-4 Netherlands

1. Italy         3  1 2 0  7-3   4
2. Netherlands   3  1 2 0  7-3   4
3. West Germany  3  1 2 0  5-2   4
4. Austria       3  0 0 3  0-11  0

Italy claimed to be qualified because they had more corners in the match versus the Netherlands (which indeed was mentioned in the tournament regulations), but the Dutch claimed no neutral person had counted the corners. The Netherlands claimed to be qualified because of the away goals versus Italy. 
Some Dutch newspapers wrote that the first match between Italy and the Netherlands was annuled and replayed because the referee was Italian. Both had ended in a draw. (I couldn't find that second match, Giampaolo or Neill maybe?)
http://resolver.kb.nl/resolve?urn=ddd:0 ... eg21:a0143
In the end a play-off match was played in Italy.
Play-off
24.05.1972 Terni       Italy            3-2 Netherlands [aet](confirmed)

(Sources: Dutch newspapers @ www.delpher.nl/nl/kranten)
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August 22nd, 2017, 5:20 pm #55

According to "Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio 1973":
Two matches were played, in 1972 CISM, between Italy and Netherlands.
The first one in L'Aquila (Stadio T.Fattori), on 13.10.1971, ended 2-2. Referee: Monti (Italian)
The second one -playoff- in Terni (Stadio L.Liberati) on 24.05.1972 ended 3-2 (aet)  in favour of Italy. Referee: Bamakopoulos (Greece) 
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August 23rd, 2017, 5:54 am #56

1973

Additions

Group 1
05?.04.73           Belgium     2-0 Algeria
Syria (withdrew?)
Italy qualified 

Group 2
Greece, Iran, West Germany

Greece qualified

Group 3
Initially Iraq agreed to play both their matches vs France and the Netherlands away from home (within 10 days). They later came back from that decision and withdrew (before the France vs Netherlands match was played). The Netherlands and France would than play a second match in the Netherlands.
I could not find what happaned than, but France played Iraq in Baghdad, so it looks like Iraq withdrew its withdrawal and instead the Netherlands withdrew, but that's only speculation. Anyway,  in Dutch newspapers I could not find a match between the Netherlands and Iraq, nor a second match vs France, neither the Netherlands withdrawing. (Also the match Iraq vs France is not reported, only the match France vs Netherlands in Bourges).
                  Netherlands      n/p  Iraq
Iraq qualified

Group 4
Zaire, Ivory Coast, Nigeria

Ivory Coast qualified

Group 5
Kuwait, South Korea, Jordan

Kuwait qualified

Congo qualified as host

Final Round
The 0-0 of Italy vs Kuwait is mentioned in the Dutch newspapers of 29 June, stating Italy was champion with 7 points out of 4 matches. So I doubt the dates June 20 to July 10 given on RSSSF are correct.

(Sources: Dutch newspapers @ www.delpher.nl/nl/kranten and http://leiden.courant.nu)
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August 23rd, 2017, 9:09 am #57

!973
Italy's matches.
a.Qualifications
07.02.1973 Algiers;  Algeria - Italy        0-0 (aet); 5-4pen  Stade 5 Juillet
18.04.1973 Lecce;   Italy      - Belgium  3-0                       Stadio del Mare
b. Final Round
    All the matches in Brazzaville
   21.06.1973 Italy     - Ivory Coast  1-0
   23.06.1973 Congo - Italy              1-2         
   25.06.1973 Italy     - Iraq               1-0
   27.06.1973 Italy     - Kuwait          0-0

Final Standings
1.Italy (7)
2.Iraq (6)
3.Kuwait (4)
4.Congo (2)
5.Ivory Coast (0)

From : "Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio 1974)
Confirmed by : " Enciclopedia Statistica del Calcio"
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August 23rd, 2017, 11:18 am #58

1960 Corrections
27.01.1960 Athens   Greece - Italy      1-1
19.03.1960 Brescia   Italy     - Greece  0-1 (Stadio Mario Rigamonti)
 Greece qualified to Final Round
Sources : "Corriere dello Sport "  (and personal)
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August 23rd, 2017, 3:07 pm #59

Iraq info from Hassanin:

18/01/62 Baghdad, Iraq 0-2 Greece
23/02/62 Baghdad, Iraq 2-6 Syria
14/03/62 Athens, Greece 2-1 Iraq
11/05/62 Damascus, Syria 1-1 Iraq

31/01/64 Baghdad, Iraq 2-1 Turkey
14/02/64 Damascus, Syria 4-3 Iraq
23/02/64 Adana, Turkey 4-1 Iraq
28/02/64 Tehran, Iran 0-1 Iraq
06/03/64 Baghdad, Iraq 1-2 Syria
03/04/64 Baghdad, Iraq 0-0 Iran

14/01/65 Baghdad, Iraq 2-1 Iran
22/01/65 Tehran, Iran 3-1 Iraq

16/01/66 Eski Şehir, Turkey 3-0 Iraq

15/01/67 Bursa, Turkey 4-1 Iraq
03/02/67 Baghdad, Iraq 0-0 Turkey
16/02/67 Baghdad, Iraq 0-1 Iran
03/03/67 Tehran, Iran 0-1 Iraq

16/02/68 Tehran, Iran 1-0 Iraq
29/02/68 Baghdad, Iraq 0-3 Iran
15/03/68 Baghdad, Iraq 1-3 Turkey
28/03/68 Trabzon, Turkey 3-0 Iraq
12/04/68 Baghdad, Iraq 1-0 Kuwait
26/04/68 Kuwait City, Kuwait 1-1 Iraq

18/06/69 Athens, Greece 1-1 Iraq
20/06/69 Athens, South Korea 2-0 Iraq

08/02/75 Kuwait City, Iraq 2-0 UAE
11/02/75 Kuwait City, Iraq 1-1 Bahrain
14/02/75 Kuwait City, Kuwait 3-0 Iraq

18/06/76 Manama, Bahrain 0-1 Iraq
25/06/76 Baghdad, Iraq 4-0 Bahrain

01/01/77 Baghdad, Iraq 1-0 UAE
01/04/77 Dubai, UAE 0-0 Iraq

24/11/78 Baghdad, Iraq 3-0 Morocco
30/11/78 Baghdad, Iraq 2-0 Greece

30/12/88 Baghdad, Iraq 1-1 UAE
26/01/89 Abu Dhabi, UAE 1-0 Iraq

25/05/90 Baghdad, Iraq 5-0 Jordan
01/06/90 Amman, Jordan 0-2 Iraq
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August 23rd, 2017, 3:39 pm #60

He also mentions that in 1969 qualifiers, Iraq was grouped with Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg but it seems there was some sort of mass European withdrawal, as in the 1969 finals, only the Greek hosts were from Europe.
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August 23rd, 2017, 3:44 pm #61

Note that Greek Wikipedia has individual pages for each edition of the tournament, with additional results to RSSSF, apparently based on newspaper research:

e.g. 1955
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August 23rd, 2017, 4:59 pm #62

nfm24 wrote: He also mentions that in 1969 qualifiers, Iraq was grouped with Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg but it seems there was some sort of mass European withdrawal, as in the 1969 finals, only the Greek hosts were from Europe.
As I wrote in this post the Netherlands indeed were in the same group with Iraq, but withdrew. The article in the Dutch newspaper wrote that that year the qualifiers were intercontinental, so it could be that apart from withdrawing the European teams except Greece simply were eliminated by the non-European teams.
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August 23rd, 2017, 5:55 pm #63

Sensini wrote: 1968

Additions

First Round

Group ?
13.03.68 Eindhoven     Netherlands   0-0 West Germany  [Philips Stadion]
27.03.68 Marburg       West Germany  1-2 Netherlands
Luxemburg withdrew
Netherlands qualified

After the final tournament in Baghdad in June 1968 a match of honour was played between the World Military XI and the Iraq National Team

(Sources: Dutch newspapers @ www.delpher.nl/nl/kranten)
The qualifying matches for the 1968 tournament. I've tried to find more on the CISM World XI and the Iraqi Army team match played on June 24 but the only thing I could find is that the match ended in a 1-1 draw with Sakis Kouvas (14 min penalty) scoring for the World XI and Mudhafar Nouri (43') for Iraq.

Group 1
Netherlands          0-0          West Germany
West Germany     0-2          Netherlands
 
Group 2
Belgum                  2-2          Greece
Greece                  3-0          Belguim
 
Group 3
France                    0-3          Spain
Spain                      5-1          France
Morocco                C-C         Spain
Morocco                1-0          France
France                    5-1          Morocco
 
Group 4
Algeria                   2-1          Tunisia
Tunisia                   1-2          Ivory Coast
Ivory Coast          3-1          Algeria
 
Group 5
Kuwait                   0-2          Turkey
Turkey                   8-0          Kuwait
Iran                        3-1          Kuwait
Kuwait                   0-1          Iran
Turkey                   2-1          Iran
Iran                        2-0          Turkey
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August 24th, 2017, 6:42 am #64

1975

Additions

Prelims
22 countries

Group ?
26.03.74 Leeuwarden       Netherlands   2-0 Austria        [Cambuurstadion]
24.04.74 Turnhout         Belgium       0-2 Netherlands
09.05.74 Deventer         Netherlands   4-1 Belgium        [De Adelaarshorst]
25.09.74 Stockerau        Austria       0-3 Netherlands

Netherlands qualified

Final Round
West Germany (not Germany)
04.07.75 Baesweiler (not Baeswiler)

Final
Hagen, Ischelandstadion

(Sources: Dutch newspapers @ www.delpher.nl/nl/kranten)
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August 24th, 2017, 9:18 am #65

nfm24 wrote: Note that Greek Wikipedia has individual pages for each edition of the tournament, with additional results to RSSSF, apparently based on newspaper research:

e.g. 1955
Yes, very interesting.
It provides:
- 1955 Qualifications
  11.01.1955, Athens; Greece - USA 7-0
  23.02.1955, Cairo; Egypt - Greece 3-1
-1957 Qualifications
  22.03.1957, Damascus; Syria - Greece 2-1
  03.03.1957, Lisboa; Portugal - France 0-1

In addition:
-Qualifications 1952
 a.According to RSSSF, Turkey was in a Group with Luxembourg and Greece, which is a nonsense, because Greece was already
 automatically qualified to Semifinals in Athens, as host Country.
 b.According to Greek Wikipedia, Turkey was in a Group with Luxembourg and Denmark. Unfortunately no result is provided.
So, we can say that the match (see RSSSF) 23.12.1951, in Athens, Greece - Turkey 1-2 is fully wrong.
The second one (again from RSSSF): 25.11.1951, Luxembourg - Turkey 2-5 could be OK.
Denmark, probably, withdrew.  
    
   
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August 25th, 2017, 3:27 am #66

Allied Forces European Association Football Championship 1946

Allied Forces Sports Council

Group 1 (Belgium, Luxemburg, USA)
06.10.46 Luxembourg      Luxembourg     12-0 USA        [FC Spora-Platz]
10.10.46 Brussels        Belgium        18-0 USA
17.10.46 Charleroi       Belgium        2-1 Luxembourg  [ground Royal Olympic Club de Charleroi]
Belgium qualified

Group 2 (Czechoslovakia, Poland, Soviet Union)
Poland and Soviet Union withdrew
Czechoslovakia qualified

Group 3 (Denmark, Great Britain, Norway)
17?.10.46 Copenhagen     Denmark        2-1 Norway
21.10.46                 Norway         0-6 Great Britain
                         Great Britain  5-0 Denmark     (calculated, Great Britain had 19-0 after three matches after the semi final vs Netherlands)
Great Britain, Norway, Denmark
Great Britain qualified

Group 4 (France, Greece, Netherlands)
19.10.46 Lille           France         3-4 Netherlands
Greece withdrew
Netherlands qualified

Semi Finals
26.10.46 Lyon            Great Britain  8-0 Netherlands
  .11?.46                Czechoslovakia 8-4 Belgium

3rd Place
         Rotterdam       Netherlands    unk Belgium     [Stadion Feijenoord] (originally 16.11.46 but postponed)

Final
03.11.46 Berlin          Great Britain  6-3 Czechoslovakia (not Prague) [Olympiastadion]



(Sources: Dutch newspapers @ www.delpher.nl/nl/kranten, Luxembourg newspapers @www.eluxemburgensia.lu)
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August 26th, 2017, 8:45 am #67

1947

Original groups, announced late December 1946:

Group 1: Czechoslovakia, Luxemburg, Soviet Union
Group 2: Belgium, Norway, Poland
Group 3: Great Britain, Netherlands, USA
Group 4: Denmark, France, Greece

In October 1947 Dutch newspapers report Great Britain withdrew from the group with the Netherlands and Poland, and later Poland withdrew so the Netherlands qualified without playing.
Shortly before Great Britain withdrew from the Allied Forces Sports Council, USA withdrew.

One qualification match found:
27?.10.47                 Belgium         5-1 Norway    (home or away?)

(Sources: Dutch newspapers @ www.delpher.nl/nl/kranten)
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August 27th, 2017, 3:49 pm #68

1977

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28.04.76 Leerdam      Netherlands    1-1 France
19.05.76 Waalwijk     Netherlands    3-1 Morocco
22.11.76 Breda        Netherlands    0-0 Algeria            [NAC-Stadion] (originally ground Olympia in Gouda)
26.01.77 Châteauroux  France         3-0 Netherlands
18.05.77 Algiers      Algeria        1-0 Netherlands
  .05.77              Morocco        unk Netherlands        (to reduce costs Netherlands would play Algeria and Morocco on a trip)

(Sources: Dutch newspapers @ www.delpher.nl/nl/kranten)
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August 28th, 2017, 4:12 pm #69

1977

Additions (part 2)

Group A
23.06.77 Iraq 4-2 West Germany

Group B
23.06.77 Italy 0-0 Syria

(Sources: Dutch newspapers @ www.delpher.nl/nl/kranten)
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1979

Additions

Group ? (I've seen A, B, 1 and 3...)
14.03.79 Tizi Ouzou     Algeria      3-1 Netherlands      [(at the time a brand new stadium with artificial turf) Stade du 1er-Novembre-1954?]
04.04.78 Doetinchem     Netherlands  3-0 Algeria          [Stadion De Vijverberg]
26.04.78 Sittard        Netherlands  1-1 West Germany [De Baandert]
08.11.78 Harderwijk     Netherlands 0-1 Italy              [ground VVOG]
30.11.78 Essen          West Germany 2-0 Netherlands

(Sources: Dutch newspapers @ www.delpher.nl/nl/kranten)


Final Round

Group A
03.06.79 Kuwait 3-0 Senegal
05.06.79Italy 0-0 Kuwait
07.06.79 Italy           4-0 Senegal

Group B
04.06.79 Iraq 4-0 Austria
06.06.79 Iraq 5-0 Bahrain
08.06.79 Austria 0-0 Bahrain

Semifinals
10.06.79Italy           2-0 Austria
11.06.79Iraq 2-0 Kuwait

Fifth place
12.06.79 Senegal 3-2 Bahrain     [aet]

Third place
13.06.79 Kuwait 3-1 Austria

Final
14.06.79 Iraq 0-0 Italy      [aet] [4-3 pen]

(Source: FIFA News no. 194, July 1979)
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August 28th, 2017, 6:22 pm #71

Sensini wrote: 1977

Additions (part 2)

Group A
23.06.77 Iraq 4-2 West Germany

Group B
23.06.77 Italy 0-0 Syria

Final
03.07.77 Kuwait          bt  Iraq                     Annuled after the game and to be replayed because of misbehave of the Iranian referee Na[...]rod. Later that day Kuwait (who won the final) declared winner by the organisation comittee.

(Sources: Dutch newspapers @ www.delpher.nl/nl/kranten and http://leiden.courant.nu)
Iraq beat Kuwait 5-4 on penalties after the match ended 0-0. The referee was from Belgium.

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August 29th, 2017, 4:57 pm #72

HMIRAQ57 wrote:
Sensini wrote: 1977

Additions (part 2)

Group A
23.06.77 Iraq 4-2 West Germany

Group B
23.06.77 Italy 0-0 Syria

Final
03.07.77 Kuwait          bt  Iraq                     Annuled after the game and to be replayed because of misbehave of the Iranian referee Na[...]rod. Later that day Kuwait (who won the final) declared winner by the organisation comittee.

(Sources: Dutch newspapers @ www.delpher.nl/nl/kranten and http://leiden.courant.nu)
Iraq beat Kuwait 5-4 on penalties after the match ended 0-0. The referee was from Belgium.
I re-read the newsreport and it looks like I misread it, it was the match of Kuwait vs Syria that was annuled and to be replayed at first but that decision was reverted later. Sorry for the confusion, I removed it in my post.
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August 29th, 2017, 5:31 pm #73

1981

Groep I

14.03.80 Middelburg      Netherlands     1-1 Turkey       [ground VV Middelburg]
16.04.80 Innbruck        Austria         n/p Netherlands  Austria withrew
30.04.80                 Netherlands     n/p Austria      Austria withrew
29.05.80 Ankara          Turkey          6-2 Netherlands

(Sources: Dutch newspapers @ www.delpher.nl/nl/kranten)
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Sensini wrote:
HMIRAQ57 wrote:
Sensini wrote: 1977

Additions (part 2)

Group A
23.06.77 Iraq 4-2 West Germany

Group B
23.06.77 Italy 0-0 Syria

Final
03.07.77 Kuwait          bt  Iraq                     Annuled after the game and to be replayed because of misbehave of the Iranian referee Na[...]rod. Later that day Kuwait (who won the final) declared winner by the organisation comittee.

(Sources: Dutch newspapers @ www.delpher.nl/nl/kranten and http://leiden.courant.nu)
Iraq beat Kuwait 5-4 on penalties after the match ended 0-0. The referee was from Belgium.
I re-read the newsreport and it looks like I misread it, it was the match of Kuwait vs Syria that was annuled and to be replayed at first but that decision was reverted later. Sorry for the confusion, I removed it in my post.


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August 30th, 2017, 9:26 am #75

Giampaolo wrote: According to "Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio 1973":
Two matches were played, in 1972 CISM, between Italy and Netherlands.
The first one in L'Aquila (Stadio T.Fattori), on 13.10.1971, ended 2-2. Referee: Monti (Italian)
The second one -playoff- in Terni (Stadio L.Liberati) on 24.05.1972 ended 3-2 (aet)  in favour of Italy. Referee: Bamakopoulos (Greece) 
More details can be found at Corriere dello Sport, respectively from 14/10/1971 (page 5)

http://dlib.coninet.it/bookreader.php?& ... 4/mode/2up

and from 25/05/1972 (page 2)

http://dlib.coninet.it/bookreader.php?& ... 2/mode/2up

Just a note: the match won 3-2 by Italy versus Netherlands was compared to the legendary 4-3 triumph versus West Germany of the 1970 World Cup...! 
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August 30th, 2017, 5:52 pm #76

1987

Group ?
19.03.1986 Lucca         Italy        3-0 Netherlands
14.05.1986 The Hague     Netherlands  1-1 Italy         [Zuiderparkstadion]

Final Round originally to be held in Syria. (Some newspapers reported Chili, but that seems highly unlikely to me).

(Sources: Dutch newspapers @ www.delpher.nl/nl/kranten)
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1983

"In 1982 and 1983, many organisational problems disturbed the running of the tournament with frequent un-sportsmanlike conduct and gestures. In April 1983, the 38th General Assembly of Zurich decided to terminate the ongoing competition and selected Kuwait and Belgium to play the final. It decided to cancel the tournament indefinitely and dissolved the PTC." (http://www.milsport.one/cism-events/cis ... otball-cup)

Play-off
28?.02.83 Abu Dhabi (or Bahrain?)     Kuwait     (2-1 aet) Saudi Arabia     abandoned during extra time after referee Alexis Ponnet (Belgium) was knocked unconscious by a reserve player of Saudi Arabia.

Final
25.06.83 Kuwait-City  Kuwait 2-0 Belgium [goals Albalousi and Alanbari]

(NB: Ajax Amsterdam played 21.06.83 a friendly match against the Kuwait military team (almost equal to the Kuwait national A-team), Kuwait won 3-1).


1985
Not held

(Sources: Dutch newspapers @ www.delpher.nl/nl/kranten)
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September 2nd, 2017, 6:47 am #78

1989

Group ?
06/13?.10.87 Luxembourg   Luxembourg     unk Netherlands   (not played?)
19.04.88 Doetinchem   Netherlands    3-0 Luxembourg         [Stadion De Vijverberg] (postponed 29.03.88)
Netherlands qualified

(Sources: Dutch newspapers @ www.delpher.nl/nl/kranten)
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September 3rd, 2017, 4:36 pm #79

1991

Final Round in the province of Gelderland, the Netherlands

Original drawing of groups in March 1991:
Group A: Netherlands, Iran, USA
Group B: France, Guinea, Italy or Turkey
Group C: Germany, Cameroon, Brazil

Group A 
02.06.91 Apeldoorn    Netherlands         2-0 Iran         [Sportpark Berg & Bos]
05?.06.91 Wezep        Iran                4-1 USA
07?.06.91 Wezep        Netherlands         8-1 USA
Netherlands and Iran qualified

Group B
  .06.91              Turkey              4-0 Guinea
05?.06.91 Veenendaal   France              3-0 Guinea
07?.06.91 Apeldoorn    Turkey              2-1 France      [originally Veenendaal]
Turkey and France qualified

Group C
  .06.91              Germany             2-2 Zambia
05?.06.91 Bennekom     Italy               0-0 Germany
07?.06.91 Bennekom     Italy               5-0 Zambia
Italy and Germany qualified

Semifinal groups  
Group 1
09.06.91 Harderwijk   Italy               2-1 Netherlands
11?.06.91 Harderwijk   Italy               1-1 France 
13?.06.91 Harderwijk   France              1-0 Netherlands

Group 2
09?.06.91              Turkey              2-2 Iran        [Turkey won on penalties]
11?.06.91 Wageningen   Germany             1-0 Iran        [Stadion de Wageningse Berg]
13?.06.91 Wageningen   Germany             1-0 Turkey      [Stadion de Wageningse Berg?]

Consolation Round
09?.06.91              Guinea              2-0 Zambia
11?.06.91 Groesbeek    Zambia              3-2 USA 
13?.06.91 Wezep        Guinea              2-0 USA

Fifth place match
  .06.91              Netherlands         2-0 Iran

Third place match  
  .06.91              Turkey              1-0 France

Final
16.06.91 Apeldoorn    Italy               3-3 Germany      [aet; 6-5 pen (not 5-4)]

(Sources: Dutch newspapers @ www.delpher.nl/nl/kranten)
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September 4th, 2017, 10:10 am #80

1991
Subject: Confirmation, Addition and Correction to Sensini post.
a.Confirmation:
.Italy - Germany 0-0 in Bennekom. Confirmed date of 05.06.1991
.Italy - Zambia 5-0 in Bennekom. Confirmed date of 07.06.1991
.Italy - France 1-1 in Harderwijk. Confirmed date of 11.06.1991

b.Correction:
Final Match in Apeldoorn : Italy - Germany 3-3 aet, then 5-4 (not 6-5) after penalties.
12 penalties in total, of which: 2 failed by Germany, 1 by Italy

c.Addition - Stadia:
. in Bennekom : Eikelhof Stadion
. in Harderwijk : Destrokel Stadion
. in Apeldoorn : Bergen Bosch Stadion

d.Addition - Italy's Preliminaries:
Same Group with Germany and Luxembourg
28.11.1990 Ettelbruck; Luxemboug - Italy 1-6; Stade Luxor
05.12.1990 Arezzo; Italy - Germany 0-0; Stadio Comunale

Source: Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio 1992
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September 4th, 2017, 12:21 pm #81

Giampaolo wrote: 1991
Subject: Confirmation, Addition and Correction to Sensini post.
a.Confirmation:
.Italy - Germany 0-0 in Bennekom. Confirmed date of 05.06.1991
.Italy - Zambia 5-0 in Bennekom. Confirmed date of 07.06.1991
.Italy - France 1-1 in Harderwijk. Confirmed date of 11.06.1991

b.Correction:
Final Match in Apeldoorn : Italy - Germany 3-3 aet, then 5-4 (not 6-5) after penalties.
12 penalties in total, of which: 2 failed by Germany, 1 by Italy

c.Addition - Stadia:
. in Bennekom : Eikelhof Stadion
. in Harderwijk : Destrokel Stadion
. in Apeldoorn : Bergen Bosch Stadion

d.Addition - Italy's Preliminaries:
Same Group with Germany and Luxembourg
28.11.1990 Ettelbruck; Luxemboug - Italy 1-6; Stade Luxor
05.12.1990 Arezzo; Italy - Germany 0-0; Stadio Comunale

Source: Almanacco Illustrato del Calcio 1992
Thanks Giampaolo.
Correct names:
. in Bennekom : Sportpark De Eikelhof
. in Harderwijk : Sportpark De Strokel
. in Apeldoorn : Sportpark Berg & Bos
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September 4th, 2017, 3:20 pm #82

Annuario del Calcio Mondiale 1991/92 confirms 5-4 after penalties. Hutwelker and Menzel missed for Germany and Lombardini for Italy.
An additional (and bizarre) detail: in the middle of the tournament, some Italian players had to leave the competition and to come back to play for their clubs, because the Serie B league was still in progress...
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1993

Only match found:
11.03.92 Dongen           Netherlands      1-2 Belgium

(Sources: Dutch newspapers @ www.delpher.nl/nl/kranten)
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Sensini wrote: 1969

Additions

Group ?
Iraq, Netherlands, [...]
Netherlands withdrew as the team was not allowed to play outside Europe in the first round by orders of the Dutch Ministry of Defense. Relocation to the group of Austria failed.

[...]
The Netherlands would play Iraq home and away, the winner vs the winner of Belgium vs Luxembourg.
(Source: http://leiden.courant.nu/issue/NLC/1968 ... /0/page/13)
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September 4th, 2017, 5:49 pm #85

Sensini wrote:
Sensini wrote: 1969

Additions

Group ?
Iraq, Netherlands, [...]
Netherlands withdrew as the team was not allowed to play outside Europe in the first round by orders of the Dutch Ministry of Defense. Relocation to the group of Austria failed.

[...]
The Netherlands would play Iraq home and away, the winner vs the winner of Belgium vs Luxembourg.
(Source: http://leiden.courant.nu/issue/NLC/1968 ... /0/page/13)

Any reason given why Belgium and Luxembourg decided to withdraw?
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September 4th, 2017, 6:08 pm #86


HMIRAQ57 wrote:
Sensini wrote:
Sensini wrote: 1969

Additions

Group ?
Iraq, Netherlands, [...]
Netherlands withdrew as the team was not allowed to play outside Europe in the first round by orders of the Dutch Ministry of Defense. Relocation to the group of Austria failed.

[...]
The Netherlands would play Iraq home and away, the winner vs the winner of Belgium vs Luxembourg.
(Source: http://leiden.courant.nu/issue/NLC/1968 ... /0/page/13)

Any reason given why Belgium and Luxembourg decided to withdraw?
I haven't found in the Dutch newspapers that Belgium and Luxembourg withdrew.
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September 4th, 2017, 6:23 pm #87

Thanks, I think majority of the European nations must have withdrawn to protest the new qualifying format, with teams drawn against nations from other continents in the first round.
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September 6th, 2017, 5:43 pm #88

Additions of results of Iraq from niiiis.com (http://niiiis.com/allmilitary.html and http://niiiis.com/ryyyy.html where yyyy is the year, e.g. 1962)


1962

18.01.62 Baghdad    Iraq         0-2 Greece
23.02.62 Baghdad    Iraq         6-2 Syria
14.03.62 Athens     Greece       2-1 Iraq
11.05.62 Damascus   Syria        1-1 Iraq


1963

27.01.63 Brussels   Belgium      4-1 Iraq


1964

31.01.64 Baghdad    Iraq         1-2 Turkey       (not 0-1?)
14.02.64 Damascus   Syria        4-3 Iraq         (not 0-0?)
  .02.64 اطنه (Adana?)     Turkey       4-1 Iraq         (not Istanbul?)
  .02.62 Teheran    Iran         0-1 Iraq
06.03.64 Baghdad    Iraq         1-2 Syria
  .05.64 Baghdad    Iraq         0-0 Iran


1965

09.01.65 Baghdad    Iraq         2-1 Iran
22.01.65 Teheran    Iran         3-1 Iraq


1966

14.01.66 Eskişehir  Turkey       3-0 Iraq  
28.01.66 Baghdad    Iraq         1-3 Turkey


1967

28.01.67 Bursa      Turkey       4-1 Iraq         (15.01.67 according Dutch newspapers published 16.01.67 and 17.01.67!!!)
03.02.67 Baghdad    Iraq         0-1 Turkey
  .  .67 Baghdad    Iraq         0-1 Iran
  .03.67 Teheran    Iran         0-1 Iraq


1968

16.02.68 Teheran    Iran         0-0 Iraq
29.02.68 Baghdad    Iraq         0-3 Iran
15.03.68 Baghdad    Iraq         1-3 Turkey
28.03.68 Bursa      Turkey       1-0 Iraq
12.04.68 Baghdad    Iraq         1-0 Kuwait
26.04.68 KuwaitCity Kuwait       1-1 Iraq

Friendly after Finales Tournament
24.06.68 Baghdad    Iraq milit.  1-1 World Military XI  (Iraq military team, not national team?)


1969
No qualifiers for Iraq


1972
Iraq qualified as host


1973

Final Round
23.06.73 Brazzaville Iraq        0-1 Italy
25.06.73 Brazzaville Iraq        1-0 Kuwait
27.06.73 Brazzaville Iraq        2-1 Ivory Coast
01.07.73 Brazzaville Iraq        2-1 Congo


1975

08.02.75 KuwaitCity Iraq         2-0 United Arab Emirates
11.02.75 KuwaitCity Iraq         1-1 Bahrain
14.02.75 KuwaitCity Kuwait       3-0 Iraq


1977

18.06.76 Manama     Bahrain      0-1 Iraq
25.06.76 Baghdad    Iraq         4-0 Iraq
01.01.77 Baghdad    Iraq         1-0 United Arab Emirates
01.04.77 Dubai      U A Emirates 0-0 Iraq

Final Round
23.06.77 Damascus   Iraq         4-2 West Germany
25.06.77 Damascus   Iraq         1-0 France
27.06.77 Damascus   Iraq         1-0 Nigeria
Final
03.07.77 Damascus   Iraq         0-0 Kuwait    5-4 pen.


1979

24.11.78 Baghdad    Iraq         3-0 Morocco
28.11.78 Baghdad    Iraq         2-0 Greece

Final Round
04.06.79 KuwaitCity Iraq         4-0 Austria
06.06.79 KuwaitCity Iraq         5-0 Bahrain
10.06.79 KuwaitCity Iraq         2-0 Kuwait
Final
13.06.79 KuwaitCity Iraq         0-0 Italy     4-3 pen.


1981
No additions


1989

30.12.88 Baghdad    Iraq         1-1 United Arab Emirates
26.01.89 Abu Dhabi  U A Emirates 1-0 Iraq


1991

25.05.90 Baghdad    Iraq         5-0 Jordan
01.06.90 Amman      Jordan       0-2 Iraq
Iraq qualified but later excluded because of Gulf War


2013

11.02.13 Muscat     Iraq         1-1 Bahrain
13.02.13 Muscat     Iraq         2-0 Qatar
15.02.13 Muscat     Iraq         0-1 Iran
17.02.13 Muscat     Iraq         1-2 Oman
Kazakhstan withdrew
Iraq, Bahrain, Oman and Qatar qualified

Final Round
03.07.13 Baku       Iraq         7-0 Canada
05.07.13 Baku       Iraq         4-0 Mali
08.07.13 Baku       Iraq         0-3 Azerbaijan
Quarterfinal
10.07.13 Baku       Iraq         2-1 Algeria
Semifinal
12.07.13 Baku       Iraq         3-0 Ivory Coast
Final
14.07.13 Baku       Iraq         3-2 Oman
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Additions from Greek Wikipedia (https://el.wikipedia.org/wiki/Παγκόσμιο ... ου_Ενόπλων and sub pages)

Part 1 - the Fifties

1952

Argentina in qualification group with the Netherlands and Egypt. (Not mentioned in Dutch newspapers, so doubtful to me)

Final
25.03.52 Athens      Greece     3-2 aet Belgium      [Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium a.k.a. Leoforos Alexandras Stadium]


1954

8th-10th Place
13.04.54 Namur       Greece     6-2 Luxembourg


1955

Group 1
First round
09.01.55             France     4-3 Luxembourg

Group 2
First round
11.01.55 Athens      Greece     7-0 USA
Final
25.05.55 Cairo       Egypt      3-1 Greece       aet  (not Athens)


1957

Group 3
22.03.57 Damascus    Syria      2-1 Greece

Group 2
25.03.57 Lisbon      Portugal   0-1 France


1958

Group 1
13.03.58 Luxembourg  Luxembourg 2-6 Turkey
20.03.58 Paris       France     2-0 Turkey

Group 3
First Round
09.02.58 Teheran     Iran       0-4 Greece
27.02.58 Piraeus     Greece     2-0 Iran       [Karaiskakis Stadium]
Final
07.03.58 Cairo       Egypt      1-1 Greece
27.03.58 Athens      Greece     0-1 Egypt
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Additions from Greek Wikipedia (https://el.wikipedia.org/wiki/Παγκόσμιο ... ου_Ενόπλων and sub pages)

Part 2 - the Sixties

1961

01.03.61  Stuttgart    USA            1-6 Greece


1962

Group 2
18?.01.62 Baghdad      Iraq           0-2 Greece
07?.02.62 Athens       Greece         3-1 Syria
14?.03.62 Thessaloniki Greece         2-1 Iraq
20?.04.62 Damascus     Syria          1-2 Greece

Second Round
30.05.62  Athens        [ground AEK Athens, a.k.a. Nea Filadelfeia Stadium]
03.06.62  Thessaloniki  [Kaftanzoglio Stadium]
06.06.62  Athens        [Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium a.k.a. Leoforos Alexandras Stadium]

Final
"Initially, a friendly match was to be held on September 15 and the official final on September 17. However, the Koreans demanded that the final be preceded by a friendly match. The Greek delegation refused because the mission was overwhelmed by the multi-day voyage and many footballers had endless problems with changing nutrition. After marathon negotiations they agreed to formally consider both matches and to be the world champion of the results of both matches, taking into account the difference in goals. In the event of the same dispute, a third match with an extension in the event of a tie (and the cornering criterion if neither the winner will be the winner) will also be called." (Google Translate)


1963

Group A
15.02.63  Cairo        Egypt          1-2 Greece
27.02.63  Thessaloniki Greece         3-1 USA
06.06.63  Munich       USA            0-1 Greece
24.04.63  Athens       Greece         0-0 Egypt
  .  .63               Egypt          3-1 USA
  .  .63               USA            unk Egypt

Final Round
26.06.63  Athens       France         2-2 Turkey         [Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium a.k.a. Leoforos Alexandras Stadium]
27.06.63  Athens       Greece         2-1 Belgium        [Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium a.k.a. Leoforos Alexandras Stadium]
29.06.63  Thessaloniki Belgium        2-1 France         [Kaftanzoglio Stadium]
30.06.63  Thessaloniki Greece         0-0 Turkey         [Kaftanzoglio Stadium]
02.07.63  Athens       Belgium        3-2 Turkey         [Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium a.k.a. Leoforos Alexandras Stadium]
03.07.63  Athens       Greece         1-1 France         [Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium a.k.a. Leoforos Alexandras Stadium]


1964

Group A
26.02.64  Hagen        West Germany   4-0 Greece
18.03.64  Piraeus      Greece         0-1 West Germany   [Karaiskakis Stadium]


1965

Group A
25.11.64               Greece         1-1 Portugal
13.01.65               Portugal       4-0 Greece


1966

15.12.65  Piraeus      Greece         1-3 Netherlands    [Karaiskakis Stadium]


1967

07.12.66  Cologne      West Germany   1-0 Greece         abbandoned at 85'
21.12.66  Athens       Greece         1-0 Austria        [Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium a.k.a. Leoforos Alexandras Stadium]


1968

17?.04.68             Belgium        2-2 Greece
08?.05.68             Greece         3-0 Belgium


1969

Group 1
Algeria qualified; Spain, Congo (Brazaville), West Germany

Group 2
Iran qualifed; France, Austria, Turkey (withdrew)

Group 3
Iraq qualified; Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg

Group 4
Syria qualified; Ivory Coast, Morocco, Kuwait

Group 5
South Korea qualified; (South?) Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines

Host
Greece

Third Place
                       Iran           1-1 South Korea    corners 5-4

Final
25.06.69  Athens       Greece         0-0 Algeria        [Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium a.k.a. Leoforos Alexandras Stadium]
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Part 3 - the Seventies

1972

05.04.72  Athens       Greece         2-0 Belgium


1973

Group ?
25.04.73  Piraeus      Greece         2-1 West Germany   [Karaiskakis Stadium]
02.05.73  Teheran      Iran           0-0 Greece
 .  .73               West Germany   1-0 Iran


1975

Netherlands qualified; Belgium, Austria

Cameroon qualified; Zaire, Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda

Nigeria qualified; Ivory Coast, Ghana

Iran qualified; Italy

Kuwait qualified; Iraq, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates

Syria qualified; Jordan

27.11.74  Piraeus      Greece         4-1 France         [Karaiskakis Stadium]
20.02.74  Piraeus      Greece         2-1 Algeria        [Karaiskakis Stadium]
                       Algeria        unk Greece


1977

Group ?
18.03.76               Italy          2-1 Greece         ["Στάδιο Τερνάνα", Stadio Libero Liberati (in Terni)?]
24.11.76  Thessaloniki Greece         2-2 Italy          [Kaftanzoglio Stadium]
12.02.76  Piraeus      Greece         3-0 Sudan          [Karaiskakis Stadium]
13.05.76  Khartoum     Sudan          1-1 Greece
                       Italy          3-1 Sudan          (home or away?)
                       Italy          1-2 Sudan          (home or away?)
Egypt withdrew


1979

27.11.78  Baghdad      Greece         3-0 Morocco
30.11.78  Baghdad      Iraq           2-0 Greece
Saudi Arabia withdrew
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Additions

Group A
before 18.03.64       West Germany  bt  Greece
18.03.64 Athens       Greece        0-1 West Germany
20.05.64 Koblenz      West Germany  2-0 UAR

[...]
Memories from German goal keeper Klaus Alves (http://www.sportbuzzer.de/artikel/klaus ... r-in-ista/):
Egypt (UAR) 1-1 West Germany in Alexandria
West Germany 1-0 Egypt (UAR)
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Additions from Greek Wikipedia (https://el.wikipedia.org/wiki/Παγκόσμιο ... ου_Ενόπλων and sub pages)

Part 4 - the Nineties (no additions for the Eighties and third millennium)

1993

7th-9th Place
Iran           unk Tanzania
Iran           unk Gabon
Tanzania       unk Gabon


1997

Group winners, runners-up and 2 best thirds qualified for Quarter Finals. So only worst third eliminated which was Greece, but instead Uganda was disqualified because of the events during their match vs Iran.

Group A
Ukraine        0-0 Guinea
Greece         1-1 Ukraine
Greece         0-3 Guinea

Group B
Italy          2-2 Burkina Faso
France         1-0 Burkina Faso
France         2-0 Italy

Group C
Iran           1-0 Belgium
Belgium        1-1 Uganda
Iran           3-0 Uganda         interupted by Uganda
Uganda disqualified
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September 11th, 2017, 4:17 pm #94

After the defeat against Greece in 1960, Italy withdrew from CISM Championship till 1971/72.
I already posted the results of Italy's matches in 1971/72, 1973 and 1991 Champs.
I'm now posting all the remaining results of Italy's matches, from 1975 to 2000/01.

1975
.Qualifications
30.01.1975 Tehran  Iran – Italy  1-1  Amjadiyeh  Stadium
05.03.1975 Messina  Italy – Iran  0-1 Stadio G.Celeste
 
1976/77
.Qualifications
18.03.1976 Terni Italy – Greece 2-1 Stadio L.Liberati
28.04.1976 Khartoum  Sudan – Italy 2-1
17.06.1976 Pescara  Italy – Sudan 5-0 Stadio Adriatico
26.11.1976 Thessaloniki  Greece – Italy 2-2 Stadion Kaftanzoglio
.Final Stage
22.06.1977 Damascus Syria – Italy 0-0
26.06.1977 Damascus Italy – Cameroon 6-0
28.06.1977 Damascus Kuwait – Italy 1-0
02.05.1977 Damascus Italy – France 3-1  Third Place Match
 
1978/79
.Qualifications
18.01.1978 Algiers  Algeria – Italy 1-3 Stade 20 Août
01.03.1978 Stuttgart West Germany – Italy 0-2 Neckarstadion
03.05.1978 Trieste Italy – Netherlands 2-1 Stadio Valmaura
08.11.1978 Harderwijk Netherlands – Italy 0-1 Sportpark De Strokel
31.01.1979 Napoli Italy – West Germany 1-0 Stadio San Paolo
07.03.1979 Roma Italy – Algeria 1-2 Stadio Olimpico
.Final Stage
05.06.1979 (Kuwait) Kuwait – Italy 0-0
07.06.1979 (Kuwait) Italy – Senegal 4-0
10.06.1979 (Kuwait) Italy – Austria 2-0
14.06.1979 (Kuwait) Iraq – Italy 0-0(4-3 penalties) Italy won the Second Place 
 
1982/83
.First Stage
17.11.1982 Rabat  Morocco – Italy 0-1  Stade F.A.R.
23.02.1983 Caserta Italy – Morocco 1-0  Stadio A.Pinto
.Semifinals
01.06.1983 La Louvière  Belgium – Italy 1-0 Stade du Tivoli
 
1986/87
.Qualifications
19.03.1986 Lucca Italy – Netherlands 3-0 Stadio di Porta Elisa
14.05.1986 Den Haag Netherlands – Italy 1-1 Zuiderparkstadion
.Final Stage
15.06.1987 Arezzo Italy – Morocco 4-0 Stadio Comunale
19.06.1987 Arezzo Italy – Egypt 1-0 Stadio Comunale
22.06.1987 Arezzo Italy – West Germany 2-0 Stadio Comunale  Italy won the Champ.
 
1989
.Final Stage
03.07.1989 Caserta Italy – Qatar 3-0 Stadio A.Pinto
07.07.1989 Cava dei Tirreni Italy – Morocco 1-0 Stadio S.Lamberti
09.07.1989 Caserta Italy – Zambia 3-0 Stadio A.Pinto
11.07.1989 Portici Italy – U.A.E. 1-1 Stadio San Ciro
16.07.1989 Caserta Italy – Morocco 3-1 Stadio A.Pinto  Italy won the Champ.
 
1992/93
.Qualifications
29.04.1992 Messina Italy – France 1-1 Stadio G.Celeste
28.01.1993 Caserta Italy – Russia 3-0 Stadio A.Pinto
 
1995
.Final Stage
01.09.1995 Roma Italy – Netherlands 3-0 Stadio Flaminio (qual.)
03.09.1995 Roma Italy – Libya 4-2 Stadio Flaminio (qual.)
05.09.1995 Roma Italy – Senegal 8-0 Stadio Flaminio (qual.)
09.09.1995 Roma Italy – Cyprus 1-2 Stadio Flaminio (quarterfinals)
 
1996/97
.Qualifications
19.12.1996 Sofia Bulgaria – Italy 1-1
19.12.1996 Viterbo Italy – Bulgaria 2-1 Stadio E.Rocchi
.Final Stage
24.07.1997 (Iran) Italy – Burkina Faso 2-2(qual.)
25.07.1997 (Iran) France – Italy 2-0(qual.)
31.07.1997 (Iran) Italy – Guinea 3-2 (quartefinals)
04.08.1997 (Iran) Italy – France 1-0 (semifinals)
06.08.1997 (Iran) Greece – Italy 1-0 (final)
 
2000/01
.Qualifications
15.11.2000 Ankara Turkey – Italy 3-2
01.12.2000 Roma Italy – Germany 2-1
14.12.2000 Paris France – Italy 0-3

After 2000, the Italian Military Rep. was definitively abandoned
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September 11th, 2017, 4:43 pm #95

Giampaolo wrote: [...]

1995
.Final Stage
01.09.1995 Roma Italy – Netherlands 3-0 Stadio Flaminio (qual.)
03.09.1995 Roma Italy – Libya 4-2 Stadio Flaminio (qual.)
05.09.1995 Roma Italy – Senegal 8-0 Stadio Flaminio (qual.)
09.09.1995 Roma Italy – Cyprus 1-2 Stadio Flaminio (quarterfinals)
[...]
Giampaolo, do you have the dates and stadiums of the other matches of the Netherlands?
Note: in this last match Italy vs Cyprus the Dutch referee Roelof Luinge had to leave the pitch under police guidance after the match as bottles and stones were thrown at him from the stands. Luinge had shown 4 Italians (Piovanelli, Delvecchio, Del Piero and Cannavaro) and 1 Cypriot a red card during the match.
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September 11th, 2017, 5:23 pm #96

http://www.sullanotizia.com/articoli/ca ... calcio.asp

Italy featured a number of top players in the CISM in the past (even the West Germans). I remember the 1995 team was very strong.

Ecco il tabellino di Italia – Germania Ovest 2-0


ITALIA: Calattini, Ferrara, Gambaro, Pellegrini, Brambati, Ruotolo, Baldieri (81' Carboni), Cucchi, Vialli, Notaristefano, Bonetti.
GERMANIA OVEST: Illgner, Gerstner, Kuhlmay (47' Helsner), Zenter, Reuter, Kirchoff, Bierhoff, Hassler (85' Moser), Geilenkirchen, Strich, Schupp.
Arbitro: Bouillet (Francia). Marcatori: 33' Vialli, 81' Baldieri
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September 12th, 2017, 5:02 am #97

Sensini wrote:

Giampaolo, do you have the dates and stadiums of the other matches of the Netherlands?
Note: in this last match Italy vs Cyprus the Dutch referee Roelof Luinge had to leave the pitch under police guidance after the match as bottles and stones were thrown at him from the stands. Luinge had shown 4 Italians (Piovanelli, Delvecchio, Del Piero and Cannavaro) and 1 Cypriot a red card during the match.
No, Mark, I don't. I obtained all the results from "Almanacco Panini" which reports only the matches of Italy.  
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September 14th, 2017, 3:27 pm #98

2017                                                     
                                                         
Europe - Group 1                                               
02.05.16  Galway       Ireland        1-1 France         [Eamonn Deacy Park]
04.05.16  Galway       Ireland        1-1 France         aet, 2-4 pen. [Eamonn Deacy Park]
Greece and Azerbaijan withdrew                                               
France qualified                                               
                                                         
Europe - Group 2                                               
22.06.16  Augustdorf   Netherlands    1-0 Lithuania      [Generalfeldmarschall-Rommel-Kaserne]
22.06.16  Lage         Germany        4-1 Poland         [Carl-Heinz-Reiche-Stadion im Sportzentrum Werreanger]
24.06.16  Augustdorf   Poland         2-1 Netherlands    [Generalfeldmarschall-Rommel-Kaserne]
24.06.16  Lage         Germany        6-1 Lithuania      [Carl-Heinz-Reiche-Stadion im Sportzentrum Werreanger]
26.06.16  Augustdorf   Poland         5-0 Lithuania      [Generalfeldmarschall-Rommel-Kaserne]
26.06.16  Lage         Germany        3-0 Netherlands    [Carl-Heinz-Reiche-Stadion im Sportzentrum Werreanger]
Germany and Poland qualified                                               

Oman qualified as host
Iraq qualified as defending champions


2017 CISM World Football Cup

North Korea replaced Brazil in Group B *)
Ireland replaced Iraq in Group C

Match details: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2017_CISM ... otball_Cup

*) because of the Chapecoense air tragedy?
"No dia de ontem, fomos, surpreendidos com a triste noticia da tragédia do avião que transportava a Chapecoense.
Hoje, ainda consternados com a tragédia que ceifou a vida de nossos companheiros de profissão, fomos mais uma vez surpreendidos corn a triste noticia da possibilidade
de não participarmos do Mundial Militar de Futebol em Omã. Desta forma ceifando os sonhos e o planejamento irrefutável de toda nossa SELEÇAO.
É inimaginável a realização de um campeonato mundial de futebol sem a presença do Brasil, sobretudo nesse momento cm que o mundo inteiro abraça o futebol brasileiro."
("Yesterday we were surprised by the sad news of the plane's tragedy which carried Chapecoense.
Today, still dismayed by the tragedy that has claimed the lives of our fellow professionals, we were once again surprised by the sad news of the possibility
of not participating in the World Cup in Oman. In this way, reaping the dreams and irrefutable planning of our SELECTION.
It is unimaginable to hold a world football championship without the presence of Brazil, especially at this moment when the whole world embraces Brazilian football.")


(Sources: various)
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September 15th, 2017, 3:22 am #99

Giampaolo wrote: After 2000, the Italian Military Rep. was definitively abandoned
Magazine Calcio 2000, issue 52 from 2002, reported an interesting declaration by the former coach of Italy Military, in which he revealed that, at that time, out of 65 footballers virtually eligible, only 10 were effectively keen to play. So it was impossible to carry on the Military project.
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September 15th, 2017, 4:43 am #100

Did he mean that 65 professional footballers had a military affiliation?  Or there were only 65 people in the Italian Military who could kick a ball?
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