Which is the first country to win the Football World Cup?

August 11, 2019 Off By idswater

Which is the first country to win the Football World Cup?

To know more see the reference link. The football world cup 1930 was won by Uruguay. Uruguay Defeated Argentina 4-2 and became the first country to win the Football World Cup. Please find more details below. USA got the Third place and Yugoslavia got the fourth place. Total matches played – 18 and no of goals scored in 17.

When did Uruguay win its first World Cup?

First World Cup. In the first World Cup final, held on July 30, 1930, 93,000 spectators looked on as Uruguay defeated Argentina 4–2 in a rematch of the 1928 Olympic gold medal game. Uruguay went on to win its second World Cup in 1950 with a 2-1 win over Brazil in Rio de Janeiro.

Who was the first FIFA World Cup winner in 1930?

Sep 21 ’20 Playing at home, in Montevideo, on July 30, 1930, Uruguay defeated Argentina 4-2 in the final match of the 1930 competition to become the first football (soccer) World Cup champion.

Who was not in the First World Cup?

As a result, some of the most accomplished European teams, including three-time Olympic gold medalist England and football enthusiasts Italy, Spain, Germany and Holland did not make an appearance at the first World Cup.

Which country has never won the World Cup?

These are Brazil, Italy, Germany, Argentina, Uruguay, France, Spain and England. All other countries have never won the World Cup.

What country has the most World Cup titles?

Brazil has won the most FIFA World Cup titles by winning five times. Italy has won the FIFA World Cup four times, putting this country in second place.

What country won the T20 World Cup?

Also Australian women are the recent champions of T20 World Cup as they claimed victory in 2018 by defeating England in the final played in Antigua, West Indies. Let’s have a look at the full list of winners and runners-up in ICC Women’s T20 World Cup.

Which is the first country to win the FIFA World Cup?

In the final, Uruguay defeated Argentina 4-2 in front of 93,000 people in Montevideo, and became the first nation to win the World Cup. After the creation of the World Cup, FIFA and the IOC disagreed over the status of amateur players, and so football was dropped from the 1932 Summer Olympics.