FIFA World Cup

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Founded 1930; 90 years ago
Region International (FIFA)
Number of teams 32 (tournament phase)
Current champions  France (2nd title)
Most successful team(s)  Brazil (5 titles)
Television broadcasters List of broadcasters
Website fifa.com/worldcup/
 2022 FIFA World Cup
National teamWinsRunners-upTotal finals
Brazil527
Germany448
Italy426
Argentina235
France213
Uruguay202
England101
Spain101
Croatia011
Czech Republic022
Hungary022
Netherlands033
Sweden011
YearLocationWinners
(Manager)
ScoreRunners-up
1930Montevideo, UruguayUruguay 
Alberto Suppici
4–2
Pablo Dorado, Pedro Cea, Santos Iriarte, Héctor Castro / Carlos Peucelle, Guillermo Stábile
Argentina
1934Rome, ItalyItaly 
Vittorio Pozzo
2–1
Raimundo Orsi, Angelo Schiavio / Antonín Puč
Czechoslovakia
1938Paris, FranceItaly 
Vittorio Pozzo
4–2
Gino Colaussi (2), Silvio Piola (2) / Pál Titkos, György Sárosi
Hungary
1942-1946Editions not played because of World War II.
1950Rio de Janeiro, BrazilUruguay 
Juan López Fontana
2–1
Juan Alberto Schiaffino, Alcides Ghiggia / Albino Friaça Cardoso
Brazil
1954Bern, SwitzerlandWest Germany 
Sepp Herberger
3–2
Max Morlock, Helmut Rahn (2) / Ferenc Puskás, Zoltán Czibor
Hungary
1958Solna, SwedenBrazil 
Vicente Feola
5–2
Vava (2), Pele (2), Mário Zagallo / Nils Liedholm, Agne Simonsson
Sweden
1962Santiago, ChileBrazil 
Aymoré Moreira
3–1
Amarildo Tavares, Zito, Vava / Josef Masopust
Czechoslovakia
1966London, EnglandEngland 
Alf Ramsey
4–2
Geoff Hurst (3), Martin Peters / Helmut Haller, Wolfgang Weber
West Germany
1970Mexico City, MexicoBrazil 
Mário Zagallo
4–1
Pele, Gérson de Oliveira, Jairzinho, Carlos Alberto / Roberto Boninsegna
Italy
1974Munich, West GermanyWest Germany
Helmut Schön 
2–1
Paul Breitner, Gerd Müller / Johan Neeskens
Netherlands
1978Buenos Aires, ArgentinaArgentina 
César Luis Menotti
3–1
Mario Alberto Kempes (2), Daniel Bertoni / Dick Nanninga
Netherlands
1982Madrid, SpainItaly 
Enzo Bearzot
3–1
Paolo Rossi, Marco Tardelli, Alessandro Altobelli / Paul Breitner
West Germany
1986Mexico City, MexicoArgentina 
Carlos Bilardo
3–2
José Luis Brown, Jorge Burruchaga, Jorge Valdano / Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Rudi Völler
West Germany
1990Rome, ItalyWest Germany 
Franz Beckenbauer
1–0
Andreas Brehme
Argentina
1994Pasadena, United StatesBrazil 
Carlos Alberto Parreira
0–0
(3-2 pen.)
Italy
1998Saint-Denis, FranceFrance 
Aimé Jacquet
3–0
Zinedine Zidane (2), Emmanuel Petit
Brazil
2002Yokohama, JapanBrazil
Luiz Felipe Scolari 
2–0
Ronaldo (2)
Germany
2006Berlin, GermanyItaly 1–1
Marco Materazzi / Zinedine Zidane (5-3 pen.)
France
2010Johannesburg, South AfricaSpain 
Vicente del Bosque
1–0
Andrés Iniesta
Netherlands
2014Rio de Janeiro, BrazilGermany 
Joachim Löw
1–0
Mario Götze
Argentina
2018Moscow, RussiaFrance 
Didier Deschamps
4–2
Mario Mandžukić (og), Antoine Griezmann, Paul Pogba, Kylian Mbappé / Ivan Perišić, Mario Mandžukić
Croatia
2022Lusail, Qatarv
2026East Rutherford, United Statesv

Top goalscorers

RankPlayerGoals scored
1Miroslav Klose (Germany)16
2Ronaldo (Brazil)15
3Gerd Müller (Germany) 14
4Just Fontaine (France)13
5Pelé (Brazil)12
6Jürgen Klinsmann (Germany)
Sándor Kocsis
(Hungary)
11

Top goalscorers for each tournament

World CupPlayerTeamGoalsMatches
Played
Other FIFA Awards
Uruguay 1930Guillermo Stábile Argentina84Silver Ball
Italy 1934Oldřich Nejedlý Czechoslovakia54Bronze Ball
France 1938Leônidas Brazil75Golden Ball
Brazil 1950Ademir Brazil86Bronze Ball
Switzerland 1954Sándor Kocsis Hungary115Silver Ball
Sweden 1958Just Fontaine France136Bronze Ball
Chile 1962Garrincha Brazil46Golden Ball
Vavá Brazil6
Leonel Sánchez Chile6Bronze Ball
Flórián Albert Hungary4Best Young Player
Valentin Ivanov Soviet Union4
Dražan Jerković Yugoslavia6
England 1966Eusébio Portugal96Bronze Ball
Mexico 1970Gerd Müller West Germany106Best Young Player, Bronze Ball
West Germany 1974Grzegorz Lato Poland77
Argentina 1978Mario Kempes Argentina67Golden Ball
Spain 1982Paolo Rossi Italy67Golden Ball
Mexico 1986Gary Lineker England65
Italy 1990Salvatore Schillaci Italy67Golden Ball
USA 1994Hristo Stoichkov Bulgaria67Bronze Ball
Oleg Salenko Russia3
France 1998Davor Šuker Croatia67Silver Ball
South Korea and Japan 2002Ronaldo Brazil87Silver Ball
Germany 2006Miroslav Klose Germany57
South Africa 2010Thomas Müller Germany57Best Young Player
David Villa Spain7Silver Boot, Bronze Ball
Wesley Sneijder Netherlands7Bronze Boot, Silver Ball
Diego Forlán Uruguay7Golden Ball
Brazil 2014James Rodríguez Colombia65
Russia 2018Harry Kane England67