The FIFA World Cup is the most prestigious soccer competition in the world. Played every four years, the World Cup hosts the top 32 national teams in a month long tournament.
The 21 World Cup tournaments have been won by eight national teams. Brazil have won five times, and they are the only team to have played in every tournament. The other World Cup winners are Germany and Italy, with four titles each; Argentina, France, and inaugural winner Uruguay, with two titles each; and England and Spain, with one title each.
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The FIFA World Cup has been held 18 times and only 7 nations have won this prestigious tournament. Brazil is the only country to have played in all the tournaments to date and to have won a total of five FIFA World Cups. Current title holders Italy are close behind with four titles, Germany with three, Argentina and Uruguay with two each and England and France with one title each. The tournament did not always feature 32 teams in the run for the trophy.
Alonzo Da Silva Arindam Ghosh (2017) U can knw butterfly too, we dnt care, football is what the world knows.. Mohammad Abdullah Asif Arindam Ghosh (2018) Yeah, Pakistan did dare last year and we won the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 final against India xD LOL !!!!
Won tournaments as both player and head coach. Mário Zagallo, Brazil (1958 & 1962 as player, 1970 as coach), Franz Beckenbauer, West Germany (1974 as player, 1990 as coach) and Didier Deschamps, France (1998 as player, 2018 as coach) First World Cup player to coach a team in a World Cup.
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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.
The trophy was made by Stabilimento Artistico Bertoni company in Italy. It depicts two human figures holding up the Earth. The current holders of the trophy are France, winners of the 2018 World Cup
But one country which has stayed strong is Brazil, who have been a peak team in World Cup history and qualified for every single World Cup since its inception in 1930. That means that Brazil holds the record of the most consecutive number of World Cup participation by qualifying for 21 straight World Cup tournaments.