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The following are the football (soccer) events of the year 1954 around the world.

Events

February

  • Feburary 1: NetherlandsDe Graafschap is founded.

April

  • April 14: Republic of CyprusApollon Limassol FC is founded.
  • April 19: The 1954 FIFA Youth Tournament Under-18 Final was played.  Spain drew 2-2 with  West Germany in Köln,  West Germany.  Spain would win due to a better goal average.

May

June

July

December

Date unknown

Tournament winners

International

Tournament Tournament Organizer Host Country(s) Winner Runner-Up Finals Stadium
1953–54 British Home Championship Home Nations 4 Countries  England  Scotland -
1954 FIFA World Cup FIFA  Switzerland  West Germany  Hungary Wankdorf Stadium, Bern

Youth International

Tournament Tournament Organizer Host Country(s) Winner Runner-Up
1954 CCCF Youth Championship Confederación Centroamericana y del Caribe de Fútbol (CCCF)  Costa Rica  Costa Rica  Panama
1954 South American U-20 Championship CONMEBOL  Venezuela  Uruguay  Brazil
1954 FIFA Youth Tournament Under-18 FIFA  West Germany  Spain  West Germany

Europe

Nation League Champion Relegated Cup Winner Runner-Up
 Albania 1954 Albanian National Championship Partizani None 1954 Albanian Cup Dinamo Tirana Partizani
 Austria 1953–54 Austrian Football Championship Rapid Wein Sturm Graz (13th), Floridsdorfer AC (14th) No Cup
 Belgium 1953–54 Belgian First Division Anderlecht Daring Club (15th), K. Lyra (16th) 1953–54 Belgian Cup Standard Liège RC Mechelen
 Bulgaria 1954 A Group CSKA Sofia Velbazhd Kyustendil (12th), Torpedo Pleven (13th),
Beroe Stara Zagora (14th)
1954 Bulgarian Cup CSKA Sofia Slavia Sofia
 Czechoslovakia 1954 Czechoslovak First League Spartak Praha Sokolovo Křídla vlasti Olomouc (11th), Spartak Prague Stalingrad (12th) No Cup
 Cyprus 1953–54 Cypriot First Division Pezoporikos Larnaca None 1953–54 Cypriot Cup Çetinkaya Türk Pezoporikos Larnaca
 Denmark 1953–54 Danish 1st Division Køge BK Boldklubben af 1893 (10th) No Cup
 East Germany 1953–54 DDR-Oberliga BSG Turbine Erfurt BSG Lokomotive Stendal (13th), Motor Dessau (14th), BSG Stahl Thale (15th) 1952–54 FDGB-Pokal ZSK Vorwärts Berlin BSG Motor Zwickau
 England 1953–54 Football League First Division Wolverhampton Wanderers Middlesbrough (21st), Liverpool (22nd) 1953-54 FA Cup West Bromwich Albion Preston North End
 Faroe Islands 1954 Meistaradeildin KÍ Klaksvík None No Cup
 Finland 1954 Mestaruussarja Pyrkivä Turku Jäntevä Kotka (9th), Koparit (10th) No Cup
 France 1953–54 French Division 1 Lille OSC Stade Français (16th), Le Havre (17th), FC Sète (18th) 1953–54 Coupe de France OGC Nice Olympique Marseille
 Greece 1953–54 Panhellenic Championship Olympiacos None 1953–54 Greek Football Cup Olympiacos Doxa Drama
 Hungary 1954 Nemzeti Bajnokság I Budapest Honvéd Szegedi EAC (13th), Dunaújváros (14th) No Cup
 Iceland 1954 Úrvalsdeild ÍA None No Cup
 Italy 1953–54 Serie A Inter Milan Palermo (17th), Legnano (18th) No Cup
 Liechtenstein No League 1953-54 Liechtenstein Cup FC Vaduz FC Triesen
 Luxembourg 1953–54 Luxembourg National Division Jeunesse Esch US Dudelange (11th), CA Spora Luxembourg (12th) 1953-54 Luxembourg Cup Jeunesse Esch CS Grevenmacher
 Malta 1953–54 Maltese Premier League Sliema Wanderers Melita F.C. (8th) 1953-54 Maltese FA Trophy Floriana Rabat Ajax
 Netherlands 1953–54 Netherlands Football League Championship FC Eindhoven 8 Teams No Cup
 Northern Ireland 1953–54 Irish League Linfield None 1953-54 Irish Cup Derry City Glentoran
 Norway 1953–54 Norwegian Main League Fredrikstad Group A: Varegg (7th), Nordnes (8th)
Group B: Geithus (7th), Moss (8th)
1954 Norwegian Football Cup Skeid Fredrikstad
 Poland 1954 Ekstraklasa Polonia Bytom AKS Chorzów (10th), KS Cracovia (11th), Wawel Kraków (12th) 1953-54 Polish Cup Gwardia Warsaw Unknown
 Portugal 1953–54 Primeira Divisão Sporting CP Oriental 1953–54 Taça de Portugal Sporting CP Vitória
 Republic of Ireland 1953–54 League of Ireland Shamrock Rovers St Patrick's Athletic (11th), Dundalk (12th) 1953–54 FAI Cup Drumcondra St Patrick's Athletic
 Romania 1954 Divizia A Flamura Roșie Arad Metalul Hunedoara (11th), Locomotiva București (12th),
Metalul Câmpia Turzii (13th), Progresul Oradea (14th)
1954 Cupa României Metalul Reșița Dinamo București
 San Marino No League 1953-54 Coppa Titano Libertas Unknown
 Scotland 1953–54 Scottish Division A Celtic Airdrieonians (15th), Hamilton Academical (16th) 1953–54 Scottish Cup Celtic Aberdeen
1953–54 Scottish League Cup East Fife Partick Thistle
 Soviet Union 1954 Soviet Top League Russian Soviet Federative Socialist RepublicDynamo Moscow Ukrainian Soviet Socialist RepublicLokomotyv Kharkov (12th), Russian Soviet Federative Socialist RepublicFC Torpedo NN Nizhny Novgorod (13th) 1954 Soviet Cup Ukrainian Soviet Socialist RepublicDinamo Kiev Armenian Soviet Socialist RepublicSpartak Yerevan
 Spain 1953–54 La Liga Real Madrid Osasuna (13th), Jaén (14th), Real Oviedo (15th), Real Gijón (16th) 1954 Copa del Generalísimo Valencia CF Barcelona
 Sweden 1953–54 Allsvenskan GAIS Sandvikens IF (10th), Jönköpings Södra IF (11th), IF Elfsborg (12th) No Cup
 Switzerland 1953–54 Nationalliga A FC La Chaux-de-Fonds FC Bern (13th), FC Biel-Bienne (14th) 1953-54 Swiss Cup FC La Chaux-de-Fonds FC Fribourg
 West Germany 1953–54 Oberliga 5 Teams 10 Teams 1953–54 DFB-Pokal VfB Stuttgart FC Köln
1954 German football championship Hannover 96 -
 Yugoslavia 1953–54 Yugoslav First League Socialist Republic of CroatiaDinamo Zagreb Socialist Republic of SloveniaOdred Ljubljana (13th), Socialist Republic of MacedoniaRabotnički (14th) 1954 Yugoslav Cup Socialist Republic of SerbiaPartizan Socialist Republic of SerbiaRed Star Belgrade
 Wales No League 1953–54 Welsh Cup Flint Town United EnglandChester City
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