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YEAR - VENUE - QUALIFIER(S)
1924 - Paris (France) - USA
1928 - Amsterdam (Netherlands) - Mexico, USA
1936 - Berlin (Germany) - USA
1948 - London (United Kingdom) - Mexico, USA
1952 - Helsinki (Finland) - Netherlands Antilles, USA
1956 - Melbourne (Australia) - USA
1960 - Rome (Italy) - None
1964 - Tokyo (Japan) - Mexico*
1968 - Mexico City (Mexico) - El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico
1972 - Munich (Germany) - Mexico*, USA
1976 - Montreal (Canada) - Canada, Cuba, Guatemala, Mexico*
1980 - Moscow (USSR) - Cuba, Costa Rica*
1984 - Los Angeles (USA) - Canada, Costa Rica*, USA
1988 - Seoul (Korea Republic) - Guatemala, USA
1992 - Barcelona (Spain) - Mexico, USA*
1996 - Atlanta (USA) - Mexico*, USA
2000 - Sydney (Australia) - Honduras*, USA
2004 - Athens (Greece) - Costa Rica, Mexico*

Note:
Cuba replaced USA which withdrew in 1980.
Guatemala replaced Mexico which was suspended by FIFA in 1988.
* CONCACAF champion.

 

 



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