The third FIFA World Cup Finals was awarded to France on 13 August 1936.
Without any nations withdrawing their
bids before the vote, the FIFA Congress convened in Berlin, Germany on August
13, 1936 to decide the next host of the World Cup. Electing France took only one
ballot, as France had more than half of the votes (19) in the first
round. Argentina (4 votes) and Germany (0 votes) were the