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Men’s Football World Cup Winners

Football World Cup Winners Mens All-Time List

Brazil tops the mens all-time football world cup winners table with 5 world cup wins followed by Italy and Germany with 4 wins each. England has managed just one win in 1966 and the USA reached the quarter-finals in 2002 before losing 0:1 to Germany. We’ve included the World Cup Golden Boot Award[1] for the top goal scorer/s in each tournament, one of 5 post competition World Cup Awards.

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Year World Champions World Cup Final Result Semi Final Result World Cup Hosts Teams Total Goals Golden Boot / Golden Shoe Award Goals Country
1930 Uruguay URUGUAY v Argentina 4:2 League Table:
3rd USA, 4th Yugoslavia
Uruguay 13 70 Guillemo Stable 8 Argentina
1934 Italy ITALY v Czechoslovakia 2:1
(after extra time)
GERMANY v Austria 3:2 Italy 16 70 Oldřich Nejedlý 5 Czechoslovakia
1938 Italy ITALY v Hungary 4:2 BRAZIL v Sweden 4:2 France 15 84 Leonidas 8 Brazil
1950 Uruguay URUGUAY v Brazil 2:1 League Table:
3rd Sweden, 4th Spain
Brazil 13 88 Ademir 8 Brazil
1954 Germany GERMANY v Hungary 3:2 AUSTRIA v Uruguay 3:1 Switzerland 16 140 Sandor Kocsis 11 Hungary
1958 Brazil BRAZIL v Sweden 5:2 FRANCE v Germany 6:3 Sweden 16 126 Just Fontaine 13 France
1962 Brazil BRAZIL v Czechoslovakia 3:1 CHILE v Yugoslavia 1:0 Chile 16 89 Flórián Albert
Valentin Ivanov
Garrincha
Vavá
Dražan Jerković
Leonel Sánchez
4 Hungary
Soviet Union
Brazil
Brazil
Yugoslavia
Chile
1966 England ENGLAND v Germany 4:2
(after extra time)
PORTUGAL v USSR 2:1 England 16 89 Eusebio 9 Portugal
1970 Brazil BRAZIL v Italy 4:1 GERMANY v Uruguay 1:0 Mexico 16 95 Gerd Müller 10 Germany
1974 Germany GERMANY v Netherlands 2:1 POLAND v Brazil 1:0 Germany 16 97 Grzegorz Lato 7 Poland
1978 Argentina ARGENTINA v Netherlands 3:1
(after extra time)
BRAZIL v Italy 1:0 Argentina 16 102 Mario Kempes 6 Argentina
1982 Italy ITALY v Germany 3:1 POLAND v France 3:2 Spain 24 146 Paolo Rossi 6 Italy
1986 Argentina ARGENTINA v Germany 3:2 FRANCE v Belgium 4:2
(after extra time)
Mexico 24 132 Gary Lineker 6 England
1990 Germany GERMANY v Argentina 1:0 ITALY v England 2:1 Italy 24 115 Salvatore Schillaci 6 Italy
1994 Brazil BRAZIL v Italy 3:2
(after extra time)
SWEDEN v Bulgaria 4:0 USA 24 141 Oleg Salenko
Hristo Stoichkov
6 Russia
Bulgaria
1998 France FRANCE v Brazil 3:0 CROATIA v Holland 2:1 France 32 171 Davor Suker 6 Croatia
2002 Brazil BRAZIL v Germany 2:0 TURKEY v South Korea 3:2 Korea & Japan 32 161 Ronaldo 8 Brazil
2006 Italy ITALY v France 5:3
(after extra time)
GERMANY v Portugal 3:1 Germany 32 147 Miroslav Klose 5 Germany
2010 Spain SPAIN v Netherlands 1:0
(after extra time)
GERMANY v Uruguay 3:2 South Africa 32 145 Thomas Müller 5 Germany
2014 Germany GERMANY vs Argentina 1:0
(after extra time)
NETHERLANDS v Brazil 3:0 Brazil 32 172 James Rodríguez 6 Columbia
2018 France FRANCE vs Croatia 4:2 BELGIUM v England 2:0 Russia 32 169 Harry Kane 6 England
2022     Qatar 32
2026     USA, Canada, Mexico 48
[1] Formerly called the World Cup Golden Shoe Award between 1982-2006. Prior to 1982 there was no award for the top goalscorer but we have included them in our list.

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FIFA™ World Cup Tournament Awards

After the tournament 5 World Cup Awards are made:

  • Best Young Player Award for best under 21 player, first awarded 2006.
  • Fair Play Trophy Award for the team with the best fair play record, first awarded 1970.
  • Golden Ball Award for best player, first awarded 1982.
  • Golden Boot Award for top goal scorer, first awarded 1982.
  • Golden Glove Award for best goalkeeper, first awarded 1994.

There’s also a Man of the Match Award during each World Cup game for outstanding performance, first awarded 2002.

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