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FIFA WORLD CUP WINNER

The FIFA World Cup is the biggest and most prestigious international football tournament in the world. Held every four years, it is contested by the national teams of the member nations of FIFA.

21. FIFA World Cup 2018 ( France vs Croatia)

Champion – France

Runner up- Croatia Host: Russia

The 2018 FIFA World Cup Final was a football match contested by France and Croatia on July 15, 2018, at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, Russia. France won the match 3–2 after extra time to become the first team to win the World Cup twice.

20. FIFA World Cup 2014 ( Germany vs Argentina )

Champion – Germany

Runner up- Argentina

Host: Brazil


The 2014 FIFA World Cup Final was the final match of the 2014 World Cup, the 20th iteration of FIFA’s competition for national football teams. Argentina and Germany squared off in the game on July 13, 2014, at the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Germany beat Argentina 1-0 after extra time in the Confederations Cup. Mario Götze scored the only goal of the game following a build-up involving André Schürrle and Mesut Özil. The match had ended goalless after 90 minutes. Germany’s victory marked both the first World Cup victory by a European team in the Americas and their fourth World Cup championship overall.

This was the first time two World Cup finalists met twice, a distinction later shared by Brazil and Italy, the 1970 and 1994 World Cup finalists, respectively. Argentina and Germany met in the 2014 final for the third time in a row.

19. FIFA World Cup 2010 ( Spain vs Netherlands)


Champion – Spain
Runner up- Netherlands
Host- South Africa

The 2010 FIFA World Cup Final was the final match of FIFA’s competition for national football teams, the 19th edition. The match was held on 11 July 2010 at Soccer City in Johannesburg, South Africa, and was contested by the Netherlands and Spain.
Extra time was called because the game was still goalless after 90 minutes. John Heitinga was sent off after receiving a second booking during extra time, and four minutes later, Andrés Iniesta gave Spain the lead, and the title, with a volleyed shot into the corner of the goal to secure a 1-0 win.

Spain’s victory was their first World Cup title, as well as the first by a European team outside of Europe.

18. FIFA World Cup 2006 ( Italy vs France)

Champion – Italy

Runner up- France

Host: Germany

The 2006 FIFA World Cup Final was a football match held on July 9, 2006, at the Olympiastadion in Berlin, Germany, to determine the 2006 FIFA World Cup winner. It was a match between Italy and France.

Italy won the World Cup after defeating France 5-3 on penalties after a 1-1 tie at the end of extra time. The match had been dominated by France’s Zinedine Zidane and Italy’s Marco Materazzi.

17. FIFA World Cup 2002 ( Brazil vs Germany)

Champion – Brazil

Runner up- Germany

Host: Japan, South Korea

The 2002 FIFA World Cup Final was the final match of the 17th FIFA World Cup competition for national football teams. Germany and Brazil competed in the match on June 30, 2002, at the International Stadium in Yokohama, Japan.

After a scoreless first half, Brazil took the lead on 67 minutes through Ronaldo, who scored after what German goalkeeper Oliver Kahn described as his “only mistake in the finals.” They increased their lead twelve minutes later when Kléberson ran into the German penalty area and passed to Rivaldo. He let the ball pass through his legs to Ronaldo, who used his first touch to take the ball away from German defender Gerald Asamoah and then shot the ball into Kahn’s bottom corner. Brazil won by a score of 2-0.

Brazil’s victory was their fifth World Cup title, a record that will stand until 2021.

16. FIFA World Cup 1998 ( France vs Brazil)

Champion – France

Runner up- Brazil

Host: France

The 1998 FIFA World Cup Final was the final match of the 16th edition of FIFA’s quadrennial football competition for the men’s national teams of its member associations. Brazil and France competed in the match on July 12, 1998, at the Stade de France in Paris, France.

Before the game, there was some concern about Ronaldo’s fitness, as he was initially left out of Brazil’s starting lineup before being reinstated just before kickoff. France took the lead shortly before the half-hour mark, when Zinedine Zidane outjumped Leonardo to connect with a header from Emmanuel Petit’s in-swinging corner from the right. Soon after halftime, Zidane scored again, this time from a corner, to put France up 2-0. Petit then scored France’s third goal in second-half injury time, striking the ball low into the net after a pass from Patrick Vieira.

France won their first World Cup title, making them the seventh different country to do so.

15. FIFA World Cup 1994 ( France vs Croatia)

Champion – Brazil

Runner up- Italy

Host: USA

The 1994 FIFA World Cup Final was a soccer match held on July 17, 1994, at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, to determine the winner of the 1994 FIFA World Cup. Brazil defeated Italy 3-2 on penalties to win their fourth World Cup title after the game ended 0-0 after extra time, putting them ahead of Italy and Germany as the tournament’s most successful nation.

14. FIFA World Cup 1990 ( Germany vs Argentina )

Champion – Germany

Runner up- Argentina

Host: Italy

The 1990 FIFA World Cup Final was a football match between West Germany and Argentina to determine who would win the FIFA World Cup in 1990. The game was played on July 8, 1990, at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Italy’s capital and largest city, and was won 1-0 by West Germany, with Andreas Brehme scoring a late penalty kick.

13. FIFA World Cup 1986 ( Argentina vs Germany )

Champion – Argentina

Runner up- Germany

Host: Mexico

The 1986 FIFA World Cup Final was the championship game of the 1986 FIFA World Cup, which was held in Mexico.  Argentina and West Germany vied for the title. Argentina won 3-2 in regulation time.

Many consider Argentina’s second World Cup victory to be the most significant victory for an Argentine team. Four years later, in the 1990 World Cup final, West Germany defeated Argentina.

12. FIFA World Cup 1982 ( Italy vs Germany )

Champion – Italy

Runner up- Germany

Host: Spain

The 1982 FIFA World Cup Final featured a football match between Italy and West Germany. The final match of the 1982 FIFA World Cup was played on July 11, 1982, at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid, Spain’s capital and largest city.

Paolo Rossi scored first, heading home a bouncing Claudio Gentile cross from the right from close range, after a scoreless first half in which Antonio Cabrini fired a penalty low and wide to the right of goal. Marco Tardelli then scored from the edge of the area with a low left footed shot before Alessandro Altobelli made it 3-0 with another low left footed shot at the end of a counterattack by winger Bruno Conti. Italy’s lead appeared secure, prompting Italian President Sandro Pertini to wag his finger at the cameras from the stands in a playful ‘not going to catch us now’ gesture.

Germany’s Paul Breitner scored in the 83rd minute, firing low past the goalkeeper from the right, but Italy held on to win their first World Cup in 44 years and third overall with a 3-1 victory.

11. FIFA World Cup 1978 ( Argentina vs Netherlands)

Champion – Argentina

Runner up- Netherlands

Host: Argentina

The 1978 FIFA World Cup Final was a football match held to determine the 1978 FIFA World Cup winner. The match was played between Argentina and the Netherlands in the tournament’s largest stadium, the Estadio Monumental in Buenos Aires, Argentina’s capital city. The Argentine team won the match in extra time by a score of 3-1. Mario Kempes, the tournament’s leading scorer, was named man of the match. After losing to West Germany in 1974, the Netherlands lost their second World Cup final in a row, both times to the host nation.

10. FIFA World Cup 1974 ( Germany vs Netherlands)

Champion – Germany

Runner up- Netherlands

Host: Germany

The 1974 FIFA World Cup Final was the final match of the 10th FIFA World Cup, which was held to determine the world champion among national men’s football teams. The Netherlands and West Germany competed in the match, which West Germany won 2-1. The Netherlands opened the scoring in the second minute with a penalty from Johan Neeskens, but Paul Breitner equalized with another penalty in the 25th minute before Gerd Müller scored the winning goal in the 43rd minute, giving West Germany its second FIFA World Cup.

9. FIFA World Cup 1970 ( Brazil vs Italy )

Champion – Brazil

Runner up- Italy

Host: Mexico

The 1970 FIFA World Cup Final was held on Sunday, June 21, 1970, at Mexico City’s Estadio Azteca to determine the winner of the 1970 FIFA World Cup. This was the first time two former world champions met in a final; Italy had previously won the World Cup in 1934 and 1938, while Brazil had won in 1958 and 1962.

8. FIFA World Cup 1966 ( England vs Germany )

Champion – England

Runner up- Germany

Host: England

The 1966 FIFA World Cup Final was a football match held on July 30, 1966, at Wembley Stadium in London to determine the winner of the eighth FIFA World Cup. England and West Germany competed in the match, which England won 4-2 after extra time to claim the Jules Rimet Trophy. It was England’s first – and only – time hosting or winning the World Cup.

7. FIFA World Cup 1962 ( Brazil vs Czechoslovakia )

Champion – Brazil

Runner up – Czechoslovakia

Host: Chile

The 1962 FIFA World Cup Final was the tournament’s deciding match. Czechoslovakia and Brazil competed in the match, which was held at the Estadio Nacional in Santiago. Brazil won the game 3-1, their second World Cup victory in a row. Both teams had met in the group stage, which ended in a goalless draw.

6. FIFA World Cup 1958 ( Brazil vs Sweden )

Champion – Brazil

Runner up : Sweden

Host: Sweden

The 1958 FIFA World Cup Final was held on June 29, 1958, at Rsunda Stadium in Solna, Sweden, to determine the 1958 FIFA World Cup champion. Brazil won the World Cup by defeating the host country, Sweden, and thus captured their first World Cup title.

With 10 minutes remaining, Simonsson pulled one back for Sweden, but it was far too late. Pelé’s headed goal in stoppage time gave Brazil a 5-2 victory.

5. FIFA World Cup 1954 ( Germany vs Hungary )

Champion – Germany

Runner up- Hungary

Host: Switzerland

The 1954 FIFA World Cup Final was the final match of the fifth FIFA World Cup, held in 1954. On 4 July 1954, West Germany defeated Hungary’s heavily favored Golden Team 3-2 at the Wankdorf Stadium in Bern, Switzerland.

The 1954 World Cup final is widely regarded as one of the greatest matches in World Cup history, as well as one of the most unexpected upsets. Beyond football, some historians believe the match had a lasting impact on both German and Hungarian post-World War II history, contributing to a sense of regained international recognition after the lost Second World War and denazification in West Germany, and discontent with the communist-authoritarian regime in Hungary in the run-up to the 1956 revolution.

4. FIFA World Cup 1950 ( Uruguay vs Brazil )

Champion – Uruguay

Runner up – Brazil

Host: Brazil

The match between Uruguay and Brazil decided the final stage of the 1950 FIFA World Cup. On July 16, 1950, the match was held at the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil’s then-capital.

Uruguay won 2-1; Friaça’s goal shortly after halftime gave Brazil the lead, but Juan Alberto Schiaffino equalized midway through the second half, and Alcides Ghiggia completed the comeback with eleven minutes remaining. The victory of an underdog over a heavily favored team is regarded as one of the biggest upsets in football history.

3. FIFA World Cup 1938 ( Italy vs Hungary)

Champion – Italy

Runner-up – Hungary

Host: France

The 1938 FIFA World Cup Final was the third edition of the football quadrennial tournament match between Italy and Hungary to determine the 1938 FIFA World Cup champions. In the final tournament before World War II, Italy won the championship 4-2.

The “final” match was held at Paris’ Stade Olympique de Colombes. The Italians took the lead early on, but Hungary equalized within two minutes.

2. FIFA World Cup 1934 (Italy vs Czechoslovakia)

Champion – Italy

Runner-up – Czechoslovakia

Host : Italy

The 1934 FIFA World Cup Final was the second edition of the football quadrennial tournament match between Italy and Czechoslovakia to determine the 1934 FIFA World Cup champions. It was held on June 10, 1934, at the Stadio Nazionale PNF in Rome, Italy.

Despite temperatures approaching 40 °C (104 °F), Italy came back from a one-goal deficit to win the match 2-1.

1. FIFA World Cup 1930 ( Uruguay vs Argentina)

Champion – Uruguay

Runner up- Argentina

Host: Uruguay

The 1930 FIFA World Cup Final was a football tournament match that determined the winners of the inaugural 1930 FIFA World Cup. Uruguay and Argentina competed in a “rematch” of the 1928 Olympic gold medal match, which Uruguay won after a replay.

Pablo Dorado gave the hosts the lead after 12 minutes, but Argentina winger Carlos Peucelle equalized 8 minutes later, beating goalkeeper Enrique Ballestrero with a powerful shot. Guillermo Stábile, the tournament’s leading scorer, gave Argentina a 2-1 lead at the break in the 37th minute.

Uruguay won the inaugural World Cup 4-2 with a goal from Héctor Castro with a minute remaining.