World Cup history: All Champions of World Cup

World Cup history: All Champions of World Cup
The 'inventors' of football have only been able to celebrate a title of world champions, went home in 1966. In the photo, Bobby Charlton lifts the trophy (espn)

The world Cup It is the most important national team tournament on the planet. As everyone will know, is held every four years from 1930 to the present day. Only in 1942 Y 1946 stopped playing due to World War II.

Along these years, only 8 countries have managed to lift the trophy being Brazil the one with the most titles with 5 championships. curiously, Brazilians are the only champion team, next to Spain, who has not managed to be as a host. This is the complete ranking:

BRAZIL, 5 TITLES (SWEDEN 1958, CHILE 1962, MEXICO 1970, USA 1994, KOREA AND JAPAN 2002)

Brazil World Cup champion
Pelé comes out on his shoulders after winning the World Cup 1970 with Brazil (20 minutes)

GERMANY, 4 TITLES (SWITZERLAND 1954, GERMANY 1974, ITALY 1990 AND BRAZIL 2014)

Beckenbauer with the World Cup
Franz Beckenbauer raises the champion cup at home in 1974 (The confidential)

ITALY, 4 TITLES (ITALY 1934, FRANCE 1938, SPAIN 1982 AND GERMANY 2006)

world 1982
Italy celebrates the title obtained in Spain in 1982 (The universal)

ARGENTINA, 2 TITLES (ARGENTINA 1978 AND MEXICO 1986)

Maradona with the World Cup
Maradona, the great architect of Argentina's victory in the World Cup in Mexico in 1986 (Thesefootballtimes)

URUGUAY, 2 TITLES (URUGUAY 1930 AND BRAZIL 1950)

The first World Cup
Uruguay achieved the title in 1950 against Brazil at the Maracana stadium, leaving the host without a cup. Possibly the most remembered finale in history (Youtube).

FRANCE, 2 TITLES (FRANCE 1998 AND RUSSIA 2018)

France 98
Zinedine Zidane's France did not miss the opportunity to be proclaimed champion for the first time in its history at home in editing 1998 (The Journal)

ENGLAND, 1 TITLE (ENGLAND 1966)

England 1966
The 'inventors’ soccer have only been able to lift one World Cup, went home in 1966. In the photo, Bobby Charlton lifts the trophy (espn)

SPAIN, 1 TITLE (SOUTH AFRICA 2010)

Spain South Africa 2010
Spain entered the select group of world champions in 2010 in South Africa being, as we said at the beginning of the article, the only champion alongside Brazil who has not achieved a title as a host (Fifa.com)

Throughout all these years, only Italy and Brazil were proclaimed champions twice in a row. Italians in 1934 Y 1938 and the Brazilians in 1958 Y 1962.

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