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FIFA World Cup Quiz

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World Cup 2022 Footgoal

FIFA World Cup Quiz

How well do you know the World Cup?

Let's find out together!

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When was the 1st World Cup played?

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Who is the only team manager who won the World Cup for 2 times?

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Who has the most clean sheets in World Cup final tournaments?

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Who is the youngest player to appear in World Cup final tournaments?

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Who has the most finishes in the top two without ever winning the World Cup title?

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Who played the most matches in World Cup final tournaments?

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When did England win the World Cup title?

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Who is the World Cup top goalscorer?

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World Cup 2022 Groups

See the complete list of the World Cup 2022 fixtures, results and groups.

Group A

Qatar
Ecuador
Senegal
Netherlands

Group B

England
Iran
USA
Wales

Group C

Argentina
Saudi Arabia
Mexico
Poland

Group D

France
Denmark
Tunisia
Australia

Group E

Spain
Costa Rica
Germany
Japan

Group F

Belgium
Canada
Morocco
Croatia

Group G

Brazil
Serbia
Switzerland
Cameroon

Group H

Portugal
Ghana
Uruguay
Korea Republic

Top World Cup 2018 Players

World Cup 2018 Winner

The 2018 FIFA World Cup Final was the final match of the 2018 World Cup, the 21st edition of FIFA’s competition for national football teams. The match was played at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, Russia, on 15 July 2018, and was contested by France and Croatia. The tournament comprised hosts Russia and 31 other teams who emerged from the qualification phase, organized by the six FIFA confederations. The 32 teams competed in a group stage, from which 16 teams qualified for the knockout stage.

On the way to the final, France finished first in Group C, with two wins and a draw, after which they defeated Argentina in the round of 16, Uruguay in the quarter-final and Belgium in the semi-final. Croatia finished top of Group D with three wins, before defeating Denmark in the round of 16 and Russia in the quarter-final – both through a penalty shoot-out – and then England in the semi-final.

The final took place in front of 78,011 supporters, with more than a billion watching on television, and was refereed by Néstor Pitana from Argentina, where France beat Croatia 4-2.

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All the UCL winners: Real Madrid, Milan, Bayern Munich, Liverpool, Barcelona, Ajax, Man UTD, Inter Milan, Juventus, Benfica, Chelsea, Not. For., Porto, Celtic, Hamburger SV, Steaua București, Marseille, Borussia Dortmund, Feyenoord, Aston Villa, PSV Eindhoven, Red Star B.
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