Football at the Summer Olympics

Men’s tournament

TeamGold medalsSilver medalsBronze medalsMedals
Hungary3 115
Great Britain3 3
Argentina2 24
Soviet Union235
Uruguay22
Brazil13 26
Yugoslavia1315
Poland123
Spain123
East Germany1113
Nigeria1113
France112
Czechoslovakia112
Italy123
Sweden123
Belgium112
Mexico11
Canada11
Cameroon11
Denmark314
United States112
Bulgaria112
Germany11
Switzerland11
Austria11
Paraguay11
Netherlands33
Japan11
Norway11
United Team of Germany11
West Germany11
Ghana11
Chile11
South Korea11
YearHostGold medalistsScoreSilver medalistsBronze medalists
1896AthensNo football tournament
1900ParisGreat Britain
(Upton Park F.C.)
[25]France
(Club Français)
Belgium
(ULB)
1904St. LouisCanada
(Galt F.C.)
[26]United States
(Christian Bro. College)
United States
(St. Rose Parish)
1908LondonGreat Britain2–0DenmarkNetherlands
1912StockholmGreat Britain4–2DenmarkNetherlands
1920AntwerpBelgium[27]SpainNetherlands
1924ParisUruguay3–0SwitzerlandSweden
1928AmsterdamUruguay1–1
Match replay: 2–1
ArgentinaItaly
1932Los AngelesNo football tournament
1936BerlinItaly2–1AustriaNorway
1948LondonSweden3–1YugoslaviaDenmark
1952HelsinkiHungary2–0YugoslaviaSweden
1956MelbourneSoviet Union1–0YugoslaviaBulgaria
1960RomeYugoslavia3–1DenmarkHungary
1964TokyoHungary2–1CzechoslovakiaGermany
1968Mexico CityHungary4–1BulgariaJapan
1972MunichPoland2–1HungaryEast Germany
Soviet Union
1976MontrealEast Germany3–1PolandSoviet Union
1980MoscowCzechoslovakia1–0East GermanySoviet Union
1984Los AngelesFrance2–0BrazilYugoslavia
1988SeoulSoviet Union2–1BrazilWest Germany
1992BarcelonaSpain3–2PolandGhana
1996AtlantaNigeria3–2ArgentinaBrazil
2000SydneyCameroon2–2
(5-3 pen.)
SpainChile
2004AthensArgentina1–0ParaguayItaly
2008BeijingArgentina1–0NigeriaBrazil
2012LondonMexico2–1BrazilSouth Korea
2016Rio de JaneiroBrazil1–1
(5-4 pen.)
GermanyNigeria
2021Tokyo

Women’s tournament

TeamGold medalsSilver medalsBronze medals
United States41
Germany13
Norway11
Brazil2
Japan1
Sweden1
China PR1
Canada2
France
YearHostGold medalists
(Manager)
ScoreSilver medalistsBronze medalists
1996AtlantaUnited States
Tony DiCicco
2–1
Shannon Ann MacMillan, Tiffeny Carleen Milbrett / Sun Wen
ChinaNorway
2000SydneyNorway
Per-Mathias Høgmo
3–2
Gro Espeseth, Ragnhild Øren Gulbrandsen, Dagny Mellgren / Tiffeny Carleen Milbrett (2)
United StatesGermany
2004AthensUnited States
April Heinrichs
2–1
Lindsay Ann Tarpley, Abby Wambach / Pretinha
BrazilGermany
2008BeijingUnited States
Pia Sundhage
1–0
Carli Lloyd
BrazilGermany
2012LondonUnited States
Pia Sundhage
2–1
Carli Lloyd (2) / Yūki Nagasato
JapanCanada
2016Rio de JaneiroGermany
Silvia Neid
2–1
Dzsenifer Marozsán, Linda Birgitta Sembrant (og) / Emma Stina Blackstenius
SwedenCanada
2021Tokyo