Below are the squads for the 1950 FIFA World Cup final tournament in Brazil. This was the first World Cup where the players' jerseys featured back numbers (allowed in football since 1944), though no teams had fixed numbers for each player (that would only be compulsory from the next World Cup, in 1954). Thus, the players are ordered by name.
The only player representing a foreign club at the tournament was George Robledo of Chile.
Head coach: Flávio Costa
Head coach: Franco Andreoli
Felice Soldini travel with the team but was ineligible to play
Head coach: Milorad Arsenijević
Head coach: Octavio Vial
Head coach: Guillermo Eizaguirre
Head coach: Walter Winterbottom
Head coach: Arturo Bucciardi
Head coach: William Jeffrey
Head coach: George Raynor
Head coach: Ferruccio Novo
Head coach: Manuel Fleitas Solich
Head coach: Juan López
Head coach: Mario Pretto
- NB*: Rosters include reserves, alternates, and preselected players that may have participated in qualifiers and/or pre-tournament friendlies but not in the finals themselves.