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World Cup Winners List

Sports by Published on Updated on 06 May, 2018

The FIFA World Cup has been an international competition since 1930. The competition has taken place every four years, except in 1942 and 1946, when the competition was canceled due to World War II.

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The most recent World Cup was the 2014 World Cup held in Brazil. The competition was won by Germany beating Argentina (1-0) after extra time.

The first World was won by Uruguay in 1930. Uruguay had a victory over Argentina (4-2) in the final.

Here’s the list of the FIFA World Cup winners.

Year

Winners

Final score

Runners-up

Venue

Location

Attendance

1930

Uruguay 

4–2

  Argentina

Estadio Centenario

Montevideo, Uruguay

80,000

1934

Italy 

2–1

  Czechoslovakia

Stadio Nazionale PNF

Rome, Italy

50,000

1938

Italy 

4–2

  Hungary

Stade Olympique de Colombes

Paris, France

45,000

1950*

Uruguay 

2–1

  Brazil

Estádio do Maracanã

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

199,854

1954

West Germany

3–2

  Hungary

Wankdorf Stadium

Bern, Switzerland

60,000

1958

Brazil 

5–2

  Sweden

Råsunda Stadium

Solna, Sweden

51,800

1962

Brazil 

3–1

  Czechoslovakia

Estadio Nacional

Santiago, Chile

69,000

1966

England 

4–2

  West Germany

Wembley Stadium

London, England

93,000

1970

Brazil 

4–1

  Italy

Estadio Azteca

Mexico City, Mexico

107,412

1974

West Germany 

2–1

  Netherlands

Olympiastadion

Munich, West Germany

75,200

1978

Argentina 

3–1

  Netherlands

Estadio Monumental

Buenos Aires, Argentina

71,483

1982

Italy 

3–1

  West Germany

Santiago Bernabéu

Madrid, Spain

90,000

1986

Argentina 

3–2

  West Germany

Estadio Azteca

Mexico City, Mexico

114,600

1990

West Germany 

1–0

  Argentina

Stadio Olimpico

Rome, Italy

73,603

1994

Brazil 

0–0

  Italy

Rose Bowl

Pasadena (Los Angeles),

94,194

1998

France 

3–0

  Brazil

Stade de France

California, United States

80,000

2002

Brazil 

2–0

  Germany

International Stadium Yokohama

Saint-Denis (Paris), France

69,029

2006

Italy 

1–1

  France

Olympiastadion

Yokohama, Japan

69,000

2010

Spain 

1–0

  Netherlands

Soccer City

Berlin, Germany

84,490

2014

Germany 

1–0

  Argentina

Estádio do Maracanã

Johannesburg, South Africa

74,738