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FIFA World Cup All-Time Table

Name the 10 countries who have the best all-time performance at the FIFA World Cup.
Source: Wikipedia
Based on points earned. Teams are given 3 points for every win and 1 point for every draw
Last updated: July 15, 2018
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Points
Team
237
Brazil
221
Germany / West Germany
156
Italy
144
Argentina
115
France
108
England
105
Spain
93
Netherlands
84
Uruguay
70
Sweden
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level 43
Jul 16, 2018
Sweden sneak in thanks to a few good World Cups in 1958,1994 and 2018!
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level 74
Jul 19, 2018
They'd finish higher in the rankings if this counted women as athletes.
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level 54
Jul 19, 2018
If grandma were a man, her name would be Stan...
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level 44
Jul 19, 2018
But nobody cares about women's soccer/footbal.
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level 71
Jul 19, 2018
You don't care. There's a difference. Besides, show of hands, who here cares about konos' opinion? No one? Oh well...
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level 64
Jul 19, 2018
The most watched soccer game of all time in the United States was the 2015 Women's World Cup final, USA versus Japan.
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level 35
Jul 19, 2018
@wheikes Doesn't that say more about (the lack of) quality of preference among US soccer viewers?
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level 45
Jul 20, 2018
@riverdale No, it says that we are sick of watching the men's team lose horribly and and want to watch someone with a little skill for once.
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level 44
Jul 20, 2018
I don't care, and the cast majority of sports fans don't care either.
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level 23
Jul 20, 2018
Let's just pretend that this comment line never existed, okay?
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level 34
Jul 25, 2018
All that says to me is the USA isn't interested in sport unless they always win it
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level 40
Jul 27, 2018
You guys are good at roasting the crap out of nichster...and each other. ;)
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level 52
Aug 7, 2018
Look, you can *believe* that the Womens' World Cup should be equal with the Mens'. You should. But in terms of international viewership, media attention, star players, historical importance and knowledge, and national recognition and acknowledgment, the Mens' WC unfortunately heavily outclasses the Womens'. I'm all for the MLS growing bigger and entering the Big Four, but right now, despite it being a perfectly good league, it doesn't have enough recognition.
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level 47
Jul 25, 2018
Being Swedish I was just randomly guessing European countries since I couldn't come up with any others, and I was SO surprised when I typed in Sweden and got it right. I would have never expected us to be this high.
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level 58
Jul 19, 2018
See, you don't need to win. Enough 2nd places get you above a two-time winner.
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level 39
Jul 19, 2018
The only 2 nations on this list who havent won are the bottom two
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level 46
Jul 19, 2018
Not exactely Netherlands never won but is before Uruguay who has won twice.
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level 55
Jul 19, 2018
Correct. The order in Answer Stats is not correct for these two...
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level 53
Jul 19, 2018
@schnuederlue the order isn't incorrect. The teams aren't ranked anything to do with number of trophies, if that was the case then Uruguay would be above England and Spain. It's just ranked by the overall number of games they have won or drawn in the competition - 3 points given per every win and 1 point per draw. Netherlands have finished runners up 3 times, and reached the last 4 a further two occasions, so there's a lot of games won there despite never lifting the cup.
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level 50
Jul 19, 2018
10/10 !!
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level 53
Jul 19, 2018
Got the first 9 straight away, took me 4 guesses to guess the final team. Tried Mexico, Portugal and Belgium before them.
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level 7
Jul 19, 2018
Fun quiz got 10/10
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level 40
Jul 19, 2018
Well. Germany is almost first, now that's kind of awkward.But I mean, we always had a great team...Almost every single world cup. I guess most nations go through a phase where they're suddenly not that good anymore. We should drop some old players like Müller, Özil or Khedira and form a new generation. Tobias Werner, Leon Goretzka or Julian Brand were all good this world cup. Especially Werner seems to be a talent. Maybe 2022 or 2026 we'll be back in business.
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level 43
Jul 19, 2018
I'm pretty sure you means Timo Werner, Tobias Werner is a different guy...
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level 57
Jul 19, 2018
100%!!! YES!