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Throughout the twenty-one editions of the World Cup, thirteen nations have reached the final, and eight have won. Brazil is the most successful team having won the title five times;  Italy and Germany [n 1] have four titles each; Uruguay , Argentina and current champion France have two each; while England and Spain have one each.
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FIFA World Cup Winners List and History by Jordan Adams. Below is a list of the World Cup Soccer winners and details from past events in history. 1930 FIFA World Cup Winners: Uruguay
The match is known as the Miracle of Bern in Germany. Brazil won the 1958 World Cup, held in Sweden, and became the first team to win a World Cup outside their home continent (only 4 teams have done this to date – Brazil in 1958, 1970, 1994 and 2002, Argentina in 1986, Spain in 2010 and Germany in 2014).
World Cup History of Winners since 1930 and Past World Cup Host Country. * In 2006, Italy became the world champion for the 4th time after the game ended in a 1-1 draw and Italy outscored France 5 - 3 on penalty kicks. * In 1950, there was no final match for the World Cup. The tournament winner was decided by a round robin format, where all four teams would play each other and the team with the most points would be crowned the winner.
World Cup Final history. Uruguay 1930: Uruguay def. Argentina 4-2. Italy 1934: Italy def. Czechoslovakia 2-1 (ET) France 1938: Italy def. Hungary 4-2 Brazil 1950: Uruguay def. Brazil 2-1