FIFA World Cup 2018: How many times won the title, know the history of the World Cup

FIFA World Cup 2018: How many times won the title, know the history of the World Cup. Football’s Mahakumbh World Cup has been held 20 times since 1930 and only eight countries have been credited for being the champion.

Football‘s Mahakumbh World Cup has been held 20 times since 1930 and only eight countries have got credit for being the champion. Brazil scored five times, Italy and Germany four times, Uruguay and Argentina twice, while England, France, and Spain won this prestigious title each time.

Europe has the highest quotas in place

Uruguay hosted the World Cup for the first time in 1930. At that time only 13 countries had participated in it. But now the situation is that reaching finals by winning the World Cup qualifying round is equal to winning a major fight. This time around 200 countries participated in the qualifying round. Out of which 31 countries can make the final round of World Cup, while Russia becomes a host, there is a direct admission in the final round.

Germany’s football team

Europe has the highest 14 quotas in the Football World Cup. Apart from hosts Russia, England, Germany, France, Portugal, Croatia, Switzerland, Belgium, Denmark, Iceland, Poland, Serbia, Spain, and Sweden are playing in this World Cup. Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Peru, and Uruguay are offering claims from South America. Egypt, Nigeria, Morocco, Senegal and Tunisia from Africa have reached the World Cup. Asia, Japan, South Korea, Iran, Saudi Arabia and Australia are playing. Mexico, Costa Rica, and Panama have made a place in the World Cup from Konkaakaf, which means North Central America and the Caribbean region.

Qualifying rounds are not easy

The world cup qualifying round can be estimated by the fact that four times the winner of Italy, three-time runners-up in the Netherlands and four current continental champions teams, powerful countries such as Cameron, Chile, New Zealand and America qualify for the final round. Could not. Other important teams who are not coming to Russia this time are Ghana and Ivory Coast. Iceland and Panama qualify for the first time in the World Cup.

1994 FIFA World winner Brazil team

Brazil won the World Cup in 1958, 1962, 1070, 1994 and 2002. She is a runner-up in 1950 and 1998. Germany has been the winner in 1954, 1974, 1990 and 2014 and Italy in 1934, 1938, 1982 and 2006. Germany four and Italy are runner-up twice. Uruguay in the 1930s and 1950s while Argentina won the World Cup in 1978 and 1986. England won 1966, France 1998 and Spain won this prestigious title in 2010.