The Ultimate FIFA World Cup Quiz



9 Questions

Which country has won the most FIFA World Cup titles?

Which confederations have contested the final of the FIFA World Cup?

Which team won the 2022 FIFA World Cup?

Which country is hosting the 2022 FIFA World Cup?

Which team has played the most matches in FIFA World Cup history?

Which player is the all-time top scorer at the FIFA World Cup?

Which countries will jointly host the 2026 FIFA World Cup?

Which team has won the most FIFA World Cup titles outside their continental confederation?

Which World Cup had an estimated viewership of 3.57 billion?


FIFA World Cup

  • The FIFA World Cup is an international association football competition for senior men's national teams of FIFA member countries.

  • The tournament has been held every four years since 1930, with the exception of 1942 and 1946 due to World War II.

  • The reigning champions are Argentina, who won their third title in 2022.

  • The tournament involves a qualification phase followed by a tournament phase with 32 teams competing for the title.

  • The World Cup has been scheduled to expand to 48 teams for the 2026 tournament.

  • Brazil has won the most titles with five, followed by Germany and Italy with four each.

  • The World Cup is the most prestigious association football tournament in the world and the most widely viewed and followed single sporting event in the world.

  • The 2018 World Cup had an estimated viewership of 3.57 billion, and the 2022 World Cup had an estimated engagement of around 5 billion with close to 1.5 billion people watching the final match.

  • The tournament has been hosted by 17 countries, with Qatar hosting the 2022 edition.

  • The 2026 tournament will be jointly hosted by Canada, the United States, and Mexico.

  • The first World Cup was held in 1930 in Uruguay, and Uruguay became the first nation to win the tournament.

  • The tournament was expanded to 24 teams in 1982, to 32 in 1998, and will be expanded to 48 teams in 2026.Overview of the FIFA World Cup, including its history, format, and performances by teams and confederations:

  • The FIFA World Cup is a quadrennial international men's football (soccer) tournament, organized by FIFA, featuring teams from around the world.

  • It was first held in 1930 and has since been held 21 times, with the most recent tournament in 2018 hosted by Russia.

  • The tournament features 32 national teams competing over a month, with two stages: the group stage followed by the knockout stage.

  • The qualifying process for the tournament is held within the six FIFA continental zones and can last up to two years.

  • The host country is chosen in a vote by FIFA's Council, usually six or seven years in advance of the tournament.

  • Brazil is the most successful team in World Cup history, with five titles, followed by Germany and Italy with four each.

  • The final of the World Cup has only been contested by teams from the UEFA (Europe) and CONMEBOL (South America) confederations.

  • The World Cup is the most widely viewed and followed sporting event in the world and generates billions of dollars in revenue for FIFA and host countries.

  • Each World Cup has its own mascot, official match ball, and official song, and is associated with collecting and trading stickers and cards.

  • The Jules Rimet Trophy was awarded to the World Cup winning team from 1930 to 1970, and was replaced by the FIFA World Cup Trophy in 1970.

  • The best-attended single match has been the final in 11 of the 21 World Cups as of 2018.

  • Both the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup and the FIFA Women's World Cup are held biannually, with the former serving as a dress rehearsal for the latter.

  • The 2026 FIFA World Cup will be hosted jointly by the United States, Canada, and Mexico, and will be the biggest World Cup ever held, with 48 teams playing 80 matches.World Cup Records and Statistics

  • European and South American nations have won the most World Cup titles, with 12 and 10 respectively.

  • Only three teams from outside Europe and South America have reached the semi-finals: the United States, South Korea, and Morocco.

  • Brazil, Argentina, Spain, and Germany are the only teams to win a World Cup outside their continental confederation.

  • Five players share the record for playing in the most World Cups, with five appearances each: Antonio Carbajal, Rafael Márquez, Lothar Matthäus, Lionel Messi, and Cristiano Ronaldo.

  • Miroslav Klose is the all-time top scorer at the World Cup with 16 goals.

  • In November 2007, FIFA awarded all members of World Cup-winning squads between 1930 and 1974 winners' medals retroactively.

  • Brazil's Mário Zagallo, West Germany's Franz Beckenbauer, and France's Didier Deschamps are the only people to win the World Cup as both player and head coach.

  • Germany and Brazil have played the most World Cup matches, with 109 each.

  • Brazil has the most wins and has scored the most goals in World Cup history.

  • Awards are presented to players and teams at the end of each World Cup for accomplishments other than their final team positions.


How much do you know about the FIFA World Cup? Test your knowledge with this quiz that covers the history, format, and performances of teams and confederations in the most prestigious association football tournament in the world. From the first World Cup in 1930 to the expansion to 48 teams in 2026, this quiz will challenge you with questions about records, statistics, and memorable moments in World Cup history. Whether you're a die-hard fan or just starting to learn about the tournament,

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