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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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Winner Country; 2018: France: France: 2014: Germany: Germany: 2010: Spain: Spain: 2006: Italy: ...
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).
Most recent World Cup Winner, 2018: Uruguay: 11: Netherlands: 12: Sweden: 8: Czechoslovakia: 6: Have since split into multiple countries: Hungary: 6: England: 6: Spain: 5: Croatia: 5: Poland: 4: Austria: 3: Portugal: 3: Belgium: 3: Chile: 2: Turkey: 2: USA: 2: Yugoslavia: 2: Have since split into multiple countries: Bulgaria: 1: Korea Republic: 1: Soviet Union: 1: Have since split into multiple countries
World Cup Winners. There have been twenty one World Cups with eight different countries walking away with the trophy at the end of the tournament. Brazil have won the most with five, closely followed by Italy and Germany/West Germany on four. Uruguay, Argentina and France have won it twice, and England and Spain have all won it the one time.
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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