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|Dates||April 10-April 27|
|Teams||15 (from 2 confederations)|
|Venue(s)||1 (host cities: Vienna)|
|Goals scored||59 (3.47 per match)|
The 1910 FIFA World Cup was the second FIFA World Cup. It took place in Austria from the 10 to 27 April.
Fifteen teams entered the second World Cup as the tournament became a knockout comeptition instead of the group stage that it was in the previous World Cup. With Uruguay absent because of the civil war, England would take their first title and became the second World Cup champions after defeating Belgium 2-1 in the final.
|Round of 16||Quarter-finals||Semi-finals||Final|
Replayed: 11 April
Replayed: 21 April
|27 April - Vienna|
Replayed: 17 April
16-4-1910: Germany 2-2 Switzerland (Replay: 3-2 in favor of Switzerland)
19-4-1910: Austria 2-1 Ireland
20-4-1910: Belgium 0-0 Netherlands (Replay: 5-1 in favor of Belgium)
21-4-1910: England 3-0 Switzerland
22-4-1910: Denmark 1-2 Argentina
24-4-1910: Austria 2-3 Belgium
25-4-1910: Argentina 0-2 England
Tournament team rankings
|Eliminated in the semi finals|
|Eliminated in the quarter finals|
|Eliminated in the round of 16|