A look at all the FIFA World Cup-winning nations



FIFA World Cup and Brazil “a match made in heaven” the country with all the FIFA WC appearances to date has the greatest number of trophies to credit, 5 with three coming in the iconic era of PELE.


The German football team has four world cups to its name with the latest coming in 2014 under the legendary Phillipe Lahm in which three came for West Germany until it united in 1991.


Italy has also won it four times in 1934, successfully defended it in 1938, and decades later in 1982 with the latest coming in 2006.


Uruguay besides hosting the first tournament also held the credit of being the first champions of the most prestigious trophy on the earth and won it against the Brazilian side in 1950 making it two.


Another footballing great nation of Argentina also has two trophies to its name way back in 1978 and 1986, however, with EA Sports prediction this can well be Messi’s side turn.


France also has two WCs exactly two decades apart when the 1998 French side led by Didier Deschamps lifted in the home edition, it was Hugo Lloris in 2018 and will walk in as the defending champions in Qatar.


England won it in 1966 besides hosting and from then on it has never come home for them although they have significantly performed well over the years.


Spain is the last nation that has a FIFA World Cup to its name which came in 2010 with the incredibly skilled side thrashing the Netherlands 1 to nil.

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In the past 21 editions of the WC, only 8 nations have managed to win it for their side, will these 8 repeats or the world will get a new champion in history’s most expensive WC ever?