Fifa World Cup 2014 fixtures, venues and dates

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GROUP A: CAMEROON, CROATIA, MEXICO, BRAZIL
 
GROUP B: SPAIN, CHILE, AUSTRALIA , HOLLAND
 
GROUP C: COLOMBIA, JAPAN, IVORY-COAST, GREECE

GROUP D: ITALY, COSTA RICA, ENGLAND, URUGUAY

GROUP E: SWITZERLAND, ECUADOR, FRANCE, HONDURAS

GROUP F: BOSNIA, ARGENTINA, IRAN, NIGERIA

GROUP G: GERMANY, GHANA, PORTUGAL, USA

GROUP H: RUSSIA, ALGERIA, BELGIUM, SOUTH KOREA
 
  

Fifa World Cup Winners

In the history of the World Cup Tournament Uruguay was the first nation to host the tournament in 1930 and they have also won the cup. Ever since the world cup tournament there has been some great tournaments. Brazil is holding the most records for the most wins with five winnings that makes the first in 1958 and most recently in 2002. They are Hosting the Fifa world cup 2014, hopping to win the tournament and extend the cup records. Online casino SA has provided you with the full information an run down of all the winners of the Fifa World cup from the beginning  to the most recent one till 2014 Fifa World Cup which is currently about to take place in Brazil, which international team will be next to be crowned champions?

Winners of the Fifa World Cup since 1930

Brazil has won the most World Cup records five times champions, with Italy firm on their backs with four wins and the Germans on three wins. View the world champions list of all the Fifa World Cup winners along with runner-up and final score with years.

Year Host Cup Winner Runner Up Score
1930 Uruguay  Uruguay Argentina 4-2
1934 Italy  Italy Czechoslovakia 2-1
1938 France  Italy Hungary 4-2
1950 Brazil  Uruguay Brazil 2-1
1954 Switzerland  Germany Hungary 3-2
1958 Sweden  Brazil Sweden 5-2
1962 Chile  Brazil Czechoslovakia 3-1
1966 England  England Germany 4-2
1970 Mexico  Brazil Italy 4-1
1974 Germany  Germany Netherlands 2-1
1978 Argentina  Argentina Netherlands 3-1
1982 Spain  Italy Germany 3-1
1986 Mexico  Argentina Germany 3-2
1990 Italy  Germany Argentina 1-0
1994 USA  Brazil Italy 0-0 (Pen)
1998 France  France Brazil 3-0
2002 South Korea  Brazil Germany 2-0
2006 Germany  Italy France 1-1 (P)
2010 RSA  Spain Netherlands 1-0 (AET)