Who won World Cup 1938?
World Cup History
|2002||South Korea, Japan||Brazil|
Why did they play a World Cup between 1938 and 1950?
Host selection. Because of World War II, the World Cup had not been staged since 1938; the planned World Cups of 1942 and 1946 were both cancelled. After the war, FIFA were keen to resurrect the competition as soon as possible, and they began making plans for a World Cup tournament to take place.
Who won the World Cup between 1938 and 1950?
World Cup–winning teams, captains, and managers
Who won 1942 World Cup?
|1950 Brazil||Uruguay||Uruguay 2-1 Brazil|
|1938 France||Italy||Italy 4-2 Hungary|
Who won 1934 World Cup?
France’s win was their second World Cup title, following their victory in 1998.
2018 FIFA World Cup Final.
|The France team holds the World Cup trophy|
|Event||2018 FIFA World Cup|
|Venue||Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow|
|Man of the Match||Antoine Griezmann (France)|
|Referee||Néstor Pitana (Argentina)|
Who won 2014 World Cup?
The France team that won the 2018 World Cup in Russia were awarded $38m (£29m). A total of 32 teams competed for $400m (£315m) in prize money. Prize money is awarded based on how far each team managed to progress within the tournament.
Who won the World Cup 1954?
Football at the 1948 Summer Olympics
|Champions||Sweden (1st title)|
|Fourth place||Great Britain|
Who won the World Cup 1950?
France were crowned champions for the second time in history and for the first since they were hosts in 1998 after defeating Croatia 4-2 in what will go down as one of the most thrilling World Cup finals ever.
Has any country won back to back World Cups?
The first of two countries to win consecutive World Cups, Italy achieved the feat with a 4-2 triumph over Hungary. Italy’s then-manager, Vittorio Pozzo, remains the only manager to win multiple World Cups.
Who won 1946 World Cup?
In 1946, Argentina beat Brazil 2-0 on the 10th of February in the South American Championship. This match is deemed by many South Americans as the unofficial World Cup final, and therefore Argentina was considered the unofficial 1946 world champion.