PAST WINNERS

This is a review of the FIFA World Cup winners and the finals they won.

Six World Cup finals have required extra-time after the match score was level after 90 minutes.

Two World Cup finals - in 1994 in the United States and 2006 in Germany - were decided by a penalty shoot-out.

1930: Uruguay 4 Argentina 2

1934: Italy 2 Czechoslovakia 1 (after extra-time)

1938: Italy 4 Hungary 2

1950: Uruguay 2 Brazil 1

1954: West Germany 3 Hungary 2

1958: Brazil 5 Sweden 2

1962: Brazil 3 Czechoslovakia 1

1966: England 4 West Germany 2 (after extra-time)

1970: Brazil 4 Italy 1

1974: Germany 2 Netherlands 1

1978: Argentina 3 Netherlands 1 (after extra-time)

1982: Italy 3 West Germany 1

1986: Argentina 3 West Germany 2

1990: West Germany 1 Argentina 0

1994: Brazil 0 Italy 0 (after extra-time, Brazil win 3-2 on penalties)

1998: France 3 Brazil 0

2002: Brazil 2 Germany 0

2006: Italy 1 France 1 (after extra-time, Italy win 5-3 on penalties)

2010: Spain 1 Netherlands 0 (after extra-time)

2014: Germany 1 Argentina 0 (after extra-time)

2018: France 4 Croatia 2

Number of World Cup wins

Brazil 5
Germany; Italy 4
Argentina 2
Uruguay 2
France 2
England 1
Spain 1

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