FIFA World Cup 2018 has completed on 15 July in Moscow where France was Winner and 2022 is going to Play in Qatar. We take a look at past winners of FIFA World Cup History from 1930 to 2018. Brazil has the most time winners in this competition record 5 times (2002, 1994, 1970, 1962, and 1958).
Brazil’s most time world cup winning football team forever. Top FIFA ranking teams Germany and Italy 4 time winner world cup each. The Netherlands has won 2 times world cup Final matches. The First FIFA World tournament was held in 1930 and 13 teams participated. Uruguay host the tournament & won the first time tournament.
The FIFA World Cup 2018 has completed on 15 June in Luzhniki Stadium Moscow. France won the World Cup for the second time and ended Croatia’s dream with a 4-2 victory in the finals. Brazil comes out on top as the best team in the history of the World Cup.
The FIFA World Cup has been hosted by 17 nations. While Uruguay, Switzerland, Sweden, Chile, England, Argentina, Spain, the United States, Japan, and South Korea (jointly), South Africa, and Russia have each hosted once, Brazil, France, Italy, Germany, and Mexico have each hosted twice.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup will be held in Qatar, and the 2026 FIFA World Cup will be co-hosted by Canada, the United States, and Mexico, making Mexico the first nation to host matches in three World Cups.
All-Time FIFA World Cup Winner History List
We take a look at past winners of FIFA World Cup History from 1930 to 2018. Brazil has the most time winners in this competition record 5 times (2002, 1994, 1970, 1962, and 1958). Here is a list of the FIFA World Cup Winners & Runners List below.
|1974||West Germany||Netherlands||West Germany|
|1990||West Germany||Argentina||United States|
Most FIFA World Cup Winner
|Country||No. of Wins||Year|
|Brazil||5||1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, 2002.|
|Italy||4||1934, 1938, 1982, 2006|
|Germany||3||1953, 1974, 1990.|
The 2018 FIFA World cup was the 21st football world cup organized in Russia. A total of 32 teams participates in this tournament. Croatia and France play a recent final match, which was won by France, who beat Croatia 4–2 in regulation time