Top 6 FIFA World Cup Most Winning Teams
Brazil is the football team that has won the most FIFA World Cup tournaments, with five trophies. But who are the other nations that have lifted the World Cup trophy more than once?
You’ll find them all in this article.
Meanwhile, this is the list of all FIFA World Cup Winners from 1930 to Date.
Top 6 Teams With the Most FIFA World Cup Wins
6. Uruguay – 2 titles
Uruguay won the FIFA World Cup twice, in 1930 and 1950. They became the first-ever country to lift the FIFA World Cup after defeating fellow rival Argentina 4-2 in the final in 1930 in front of 68,000 fans.
They repeated that success 20 years later in the 1950 FIFA World Cup when they defeated hosts Brazil 2-1 in the final in front of 173000 fans with Alcides Ghiggia scoring the winning goal in the 79th minute.
5. France – 2 titles
Like Uruguay, France has also won the FIFA World Cup twice in 1998 and in 2018.
They won their first World Cup in their history in 1998 when they defeated Brazil 3-0 in the final in front of 75,000 fans with goals from Zinedine Zidane (2) and Emmanuel Petit.
In 2018, France won the World Cup for the second time, defeating Croatia 4-2 in the final courtesy of goals from Griezmann, Pogba, Mbappe, and a Mandzukic own goal.
4. Argentina – 2 titles
Like Uruguay and France, Argentina also won the FIFA World Cup twice in 1978 and 1986.
The Argentines won their first World Cup title in 1978 when they defeated the Netherlands 3-1 after extra time with goals from Mario Kempes (2) and Daniel Bertoni.
They repeated that success in 1986, when Diego Maradona led Argentina to its second FIFA World Cup victory, defeating West Germany 3-2 in front of 114000 fans.
3. Italy – 4 titles
Italy won the FIFA World Cup in 1934, 1938, 1982, and 2006. They won their first World Cup in 1934, defeating Czechoslovakia 2-1 in extra time, with Angelo Schiavio scoring the game-winning goal.
In 1938, they won the World Cup for the second time in a row, defeating Hungary 4-2 in the final in front of 45,000 fans courtesy of goals from Silvio Piola (2) and Gino Colaussi (2).
They won the World Cup for the third time in their history in 1982 when Captain Dino Zoff led his team to a 3-1 triumph over West Germany in the final in front of 90,000 fans with goals from Marco Tardelli, Paolo Rossi, and Alessandro Altobelli.
The 2006 World Cup was the last time Italy won the World Cup when captain Fabio Cannavaro led his team to a fourth World Cup title, defeating France 5-3 on penalties in the final after playing out a 1-1 draw after extra time with Fabio Grosso scoring the decisive penalty.
2. Germany – 4 titles
Like Italy, Germany also has four World Cup titles: 1954, 1974, 1990, and 2014. They won their first title in 1954 when they came from two goals down to defeat the Golden Team of Hungary 3–2 in the final courtesy of goals from Helmut Rahn (2) and Max Morlock.
In 1974, Germany repeated their 1954 success when captain Franz Beckenbauer led his team to a 2-1 comeback against the Netherlands, with Gerd Müller scoring the winning goal in front of 75,000 fans.
The 1990 World Cup was the third time Germany had won the World Cup, with their captain Lothar Matthäus leading them to a 1-0 triumph over Argentina in the final, courtesy of a goal from Andreas Brehme via a penalty.
Germany won their most recent World Cup title in 2014 when captain Philipp Lahm led his side to a 1-0 victory over Lionel Messi’s Argentina in the final, with Mario Gotze scoring the winning goal in the 113th minute.
1. Brazil – 5 titles
Brazil is the team with the highest number of World Cup titles, with five in 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, and 2002. The South American team won their first title in 1958 when they defeated Sweden 5-2 in the final, courtesy of goals from Mário Zagallo (2), Pelé (2), and Vavá.
In 1962, they won the World Cup for the second time in a row after defeating Czechoslovakia 3-1 in the final with goals from Amarildo, Zito, and Vavá.
The 1970 World Cup was the third time Brazil had won the World Cup, with captain Carlos Alberto leading the team to a 4-1 win over Italy in the final, courtesy of goals from Pelé, Gérson, Jairzinho, and Carlos Alberto.
In 1994, they won the World Cup for the fourth time after defeating Italy 3-2 on penalties, with captain Carlos Dunga scoring the decisive penalty after both teams played out a 0-0 draw in normal time.
Their most recent World Cup title came in 2002 when captain Cafu led the team to a 2-0 victory against Germany in the final courtesy of 2 goals from Ronaldo Nazario.
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