Which country won the 2018 World Cup?
2018 FIFA World Cup™ winners France netted 14 goals en route to lifting the Trophy in Moscow.
Who won the soccer World Cup 2018?
Сборная Франции по футболу
Who came second in 2018 World Cup?
France won the match 4–2, having taken a 2–1 lead during the first half on an own goal and penalty awarded by the video assistant referee (VAR), both firsts in a World Cup final. France became the second team in the 32-team World Cup to win all their knockout matches in regulation time, after Brazil in 2002.
Who won World Cup 2019?
Liverpool won the final 1–0 after extra time against Flamengo for their first FIFA Club World Cup title.
2019 FIFA Club World Cup.
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|Goals scored||30 (3.75 per match)|
|Attendance||166,426 (20,803 per match)|
Who won the most World Cups?
France national football team
What does FIFA stand for?
FIFA — Soccer’s World Governing Body
Founded in 1904 to provide unity among national soccer associations, the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) boasts 209 members, rivaling that of the United Nations, and is arguably the most prestigious sports organization in the world.
What country will host the 2022 World Cup?
Who won the World Cup 2010?
Spain national football team
Why is the World Cup every 4 years?
The World Cup is arranged every 4 years but not to compete with the Olympic Games because of this tradition. It is held every four years because of tradition, logistics and prestige. … Logistics – qualifying process by teams, preparation by the hosts and by FIFA itself for such a prestigious tournament takes some time.
Who won the World Cup in 2014?
Germany national football team
Who is the highest run scorer in 2019?
Virat Kohli scored 2,455 runs this year in all the formats – Tests, ODIs and T20s – combined. That is the highest number of runs scored by any batsman in 2019.
Has England won the World Cup?
The FIFA World Cup is the most prestigious soccer competition in the world.
World Cup History.
|Runner Up||West Germany|