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FIFA World Cup history

May 21, 2014, 15:11 UTC+3
FIFA celebrates its 110th anniversary
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Uruguay defeated Argentina by four goals to two in the 1930 World Cup final in Montevideo. Photo: Uruguay's first goal in the final
Uruguay defeated Argentina by four goals to two in the 1930 World Cup final in Montevideo. Photo: Uruguay's first goal in the final
Uruguay defeated Argentina by four goals to two in the 1930 World Cup final in Montevideo. Photo: Uruguay's first goal in the final
© AP Photo
In 1934, the World Cup took place in Italy. The host became world champions beating  Czechoslovakia 2–1 in the extra time in the final. Photo: Italian forward Schiavio scores the winning goal
In 1934, the World Cup took place in Italy. The host became world champions beating  Czechoslovakia 2–1 in the extra time in the final. Photo: Italian forward Schiavio scores the winning goal
In 1934, the World Cup took place in Italy. The host became world champions beating Czechoslovakia 2–1 in the extra time in the final. Photo: Italian forward Schiavio scores the winning goal
© Ap Photo
In 1938, Italy again made it to the final, this time with Hungary. The Italian team won by four goals to two. Photo: Italy's captain Giuseppe Meazza and Hungary's counterpart shake hands before the start of the World Cup Final
In 1938, Italy again made it to the final, this time with Hungary. The Italian team won by four goals to two. Photo: Italy's captain Giuseppe Meazza and Hungary's counterpart shake hands before the start of the World Cup Final
In 1938, Italy again made it to the final, this time with Hungary. The Italian team won by four goals to two. Photo: Italy's captain Giuseppe Meazza and Hungary's counterpart shake hands before the start of the World Cup Final
© AP Photo
After a 12 years' break, the World Cup resumed in Brazil. In 1950, the host of the competition played in the final with Uruguay, the latter winning 2-1. Photo: Uruguay player Ghiggia scores during the final
After a 12 years' break, the World Cup resumed in Brazil. In 1950, the host of the competition played in the final with Uruguay, the latter winning 2-1. Photo: Uruguay player Ghiggia scores during the final
After a 12 years' break, the World Cup resumed in Brazil. In 1950, the host of the competition played in the final with Uruguay, the latter winning 2-1. Photo: Uruguay player Ghiggia scores during the final
© AP Photo
Switzerland World Cup 1954 saw Hungary and West Germany as finalists. The German team won with the score of 3-2. Photo: Hungarian goalkeeper Gyula Grosits jumps to clear the ball from German right-winger Helmuth Rahn
Switzerland World Cup 1954 saw Hungary and West Germany as finalists. The German team won with the score of 3-2. Photo: Hungarian goalkeeper Gyula Grosits jumps to clear the ball from German right-winger Helmuth Rahn
Switzerland World Cup 1954 saw Hungary and West Germany as finalists. The German team won with the score of 3-2. Photo: Hungarian goalkeeper Gyula Grosits jumps to clear the ball from German right-winger Helmuth Rahn
© AP Photo
World Cup 1958 took place in Sweden. In the final the hosts lost to Brazil with the score of 5-2. Photo: Brazil's seventeen-year-old Pele (center) weeps on the shoulder of goalkeeper Gylmar Dos Santos Neves (right) after winning the final
World Cup 1958 took place in Sweden. In the final the hosts lost to Brazil with the score of 5-2. Photo: Brazil's seventeen-year-old Pele (center) weeps on the shoulder of goalkeeper Gylmar Dos Santos Neves (right) after winning the final
World Cup 1958 took place in Sweden. In the final the hosts lost to Brazil with the score of 5-2. Photo: Brazil's seventeen-year-old Pele (center) weeps on the shoulder of goalkeeper Gylmar Dos Santos Neves (right) after winning the final
© AP Photo
In 1962 the World Cup took place in Chile. Once again Brazil made it to the Final and defeated Czechoslovakia 3-1
In 1962 the World Cup took place in Chile. Once again Brazil made it to the Final and defeated Czechoslovakia 3-1
In 1962 the World Cup took place in Chile. Once again Brazil made it to the Final and defeated Czechoslovakia 3-1
© AP Photo
World Cup 1966 was held in England. In the Final, the host defeated West Germany by four goals to two. Photo: Germany's Helmut Haller in action with England's during the World Cup final at Wembley Stadium
World Cup 1966 was held in England. In the Final, the host defeated West Germany by four goals to two. Photo: Germany's Helmut Haller in action with England's during the World Cup final at Wembley Stadium
World Cup 1966 was held in England. In the Final, the host defeated West Germany by four goals to two. Photo: Germany's Helmut Haller in action with England's during the World Cup final at Wembley Stadium
©  EPA/FILES
Mexico hosted the World Cup in 1970. Brazil claimed their third World Cup title winning the Final against Italy 4-1. Photo: Brazil's Pele celebrates his goal during the final match
Mexico hosted the World Cup in 1970. Brazil claimed their third World Cup title winning the Final against Italy 4-1. Photo: Brazil's Pele celebrates his goal during the final match
Mexico hosted the World Cup in 1970. Brazil claimed their third World Cup title winning the Final against Italy 4-1. Photo: Brazil's Pele celebrates his goal during the final match
© Fotokhronika TASS Yuri Morgulis/Alexei Khomich
At the World Cup 1974 in South Africa, Germany beat the Netherlands 2-1 in the Final. Photo: Germany's Franz Beckenbauer (R) and Johan Cruyff of the Netherlands during the final
At the World Cup 1974 in South Africa, Germany beat the Netherlands 2-1 in the Final. Photo: Germany's Franz Beckenbauer (R) and Johan Cruyff of the Netherlands during the final
At the World Cup 1974 in South Africa, Germany beat the Netherlands 2-1 in the Final. Photo: Germany's Franz Beckenbauer (R) and Johan Cruyff of the Netherlands during the final
© EPA/STAFF
In 1978, the Netherlands once again made it to the final at the World Cup in Argentina. This time, they lost 3-1 to the host, Argentina. Photo:Argentina soccer team captain Daniel Passarella, right, challenges his Dutch counterpart Ruud Krol
In 1978, the Netherlands once again made it to the final at the World Cup in Argentina. This time, they lost 3-1 to the host, Argentina. Photo:Argentina soccer team captain Daniel Passarella, right, challenges his Dutch counterpart Ruud Krol
In 1978, the Netherlands once again made it to the final at the World Cup in Argentina. This time, they lost 3-1 to the host, Argentina. Photo:Argentina soccer team captain Daniel Passarella, right, challenges his Dutch counterpart Ruud Krol
© AP Photo/Carlo Fumagalli
World Cup 1982 took place in Spain. In the final, Italy won its third World Cup title beating West Germany 3-1. Photo (from left): Italy's Claudio Scirea, coach Enzo Bearzot, Dino Zoff, Giampiero Marini and Antonio Cabrini
World Cup 1982 took place in Spain. In the final, Italy won its third World Cup title beating West Germany 3-1. Photo (from left): Italy's Claudio Scirea, coach Enzo Bearzot, Dino Zoff, Giampiero Marini and Antonio Cabrini
World Cup 1982 took place in Spain. In the final, Italy won its third World Cup title beating West Germany 3-1. Photo (from left): Italy's Claudio Scirea, coach Enzo Bearzot, Dino Zoff, Giampiero Marini and Antonio Cabrini
© Ap Photo/Carlo Fumagalli
World Cup 1986 once again took place in Mexico. In the final Argentina met West Germany and won 3-2. The World Cup is famous for the controversial action in which Maradona knocked the ball with his left hand into the net of England's goalie Peter Shilton
World Cup 1986 once again took place in Mexico. In the final Argentina met West Germany and won 3-2. The World Cup is famous for the controversial action in which Maradona knocked the ball with his left hand into the net of England's goalie Peter Shilton
World Cup 1986 once again took place in Mexico. In the final Argentina met West Germany and won 3-2. The World Cup is famous for the controversial action in which Maradona knocked the ball with his left hand into the net of England's goalie Peter Shilton
© AP Photo/Carlo Fumagalli, File
In 1990 the World Cup, held in Italy, was won by Germany, which defeated Argentina 1-0 in the final
In 1990 the World Cup, held in Italy, was won by Germany, which defeated Argentina 1-0 in the final
In 1990 the World Cup, held in Italy, was won by Germany, which defeated Argentina 1-0 in the final
© AP Photo
In 1994, the World Cup took place in the USA. In the final, Brazil beat Italy 3-2. Photo: Brazil's Romario (center) is challenged by Italian defender Franco Baresi
In 1994, the World Cup took place in the USA. In the final, Brazil beat Italy 3-2. Photo: Brazil's Romario (center) is challenged by Italian defender Franco Baresi
In 1994, the World Cup took place in the USA. In the final, Brazil beat Italy 3-2. Photo: Brazil's Romario (center) is challenged by Italian defender Franco Baresi
© AP Photo/Carlo Fumagalli
World Cup 1998 took place in France. In the final, the host played with Brazil and won 3-0. Photo: France soccer team stars Zinedine Zidane, Marcel Desailly and Laurent Blanc celebrate with the cup
World Cup 1998 took place in France. In the final, the host played with Brazil and won 3-0. Photo: France soccer team stars Zinedine Zidane, Marcel Desailly and Laurent Blanc celebrate with the cup
World Cup 1998 took place in France. In the final, the host played with Brazil and won 3-0. Photo: France soccer team stars Zinedine Zidane, Marcel Desailly and Laurent Blanc celebrate with the cup
© Ap Photo/Carlo Fumagalli
2002 FIFA World Cup was held in South Korea and Japan. This time Brazil defeated Germany 2-0 in the Final, winning its fifth World Cup title
2002 FIFA World Cup was held in South Korea and Japan. This time Brazil defeated Germany 2-0 in the Final, winning its fifth World Cup title
2002 FIFA World Cup was held in South Korea and Japan. This time Brazil defeated Germany 2-0 in the Final, winning its fifth World Cup title
© EPA PHOTO PRESSENS BILD/JACK MIKRUT/pg
2006 FIFA World Cup held in Germany is famous for its final, where France's Zinedine Zidane was sent off in his last-ever match, for headbutting Italy's Marco Materazzi's chest.  Italy beat France on penalties
2006 FIFA World Cup held in Germany is famous for its final, where France's Zinedine Zidane was sent off in his last-ever match, for headbutting Italy's Marco Materazzi's chest.  Italy beat France on penalties
2006 FIFA World Cup held in Germany is famous for its final, where France's Zinedine Zidane was sent off in his last-ever match, for headbutting Italy's Marco Materazzi's chest. Italy beat France on penalties
© AP Photo/Jasper Juinen
2010 FIFA World Cup was held in South Africa. In the final, Spain defeated the Netherlands 1-0 with a goal from Andrés Iniesta Photo: Spain's Andres Iniesta celebrates after scoring
2010 FIFA World Cup was held in South Africa. In the final, Spain defeated the Netherlands 1-0 with a goal from Andrés Iniesta Photo: Spain's Andres Iniesta celebrates after scoring
2010 FIFA World Cup was held in South Africa. In the final, Spain defeated the Netherlands 1-0 with a goal from Andrés Iniesta Photo: Spain's Andres Iniesta celebrates after scoring
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Uruguay defeated Argentina by four goals to two in the 1930 World Cup final in Montevideo. Photo: Uruguay's first goal in the final
© AP Photo
In 1934, the World Cup took place in Italy. The host became world champions beating Czechoslovakia 2–1 in the extra time in the final. Photo: Italian forward Schiavio scores the winning goal
© Ap Photo
In 1938, Italy again made it to the final, this time with Hungary. The Italian team won by four goals to two. Photo: Italy's captain Giuseppe Meazza and Hungary's counterpart shake hands before the start of the World Cup Final
© AP Photo
After a 12 years' break, the World Cup resumed in Brazil. In 1950, the host of the competition played in the final with Uruguay, the latter winning 2-1. Photo: Uruguay player Ghiggia scores during the final
© AP Photo
Switzerland World Cup 1954 saw Hungary and West Germany as finalists. The German team won with the score of 3-2. Photo: Hungarian goalkeeper Gyula Grosits jumps to clear the ball from German right-winger Helmuth Rahn
© AP Photo
World Cup 1958 took place in Sweden. In the final the hosts lost to Brazil with the score of 5-2. Photo: Brazil's seventeen-year-old Pele (center) weeps on the shoulder of goalkeeper Gylmar Dos Santos Neves (right) after winning the final
© AP Photo
In 1962 the World Cup took place in Chile. Once again Brazil made it to the Final and defeated Czechoslovakia 3-1
© AP Photo
World Cup 1966 was held in England. In the Final, the host defeated West Germany by four goals to two. Photo: Germany's Helmut Haller in action with England's during the World Cup final at Wembley Stadium
©  EPA/FILES
Mexico hosted the World Cup in 1970. Brazil claimed their third World Cup title winning the Final against Italy 4-1. Photo: Brazil's Pele celebrates his goal during the final match
© Fotokhronika TASS Yuri Morgulis/Alexei Khomich
At the World Cup 1974 in South Africa, Germany beat the Netherlands 2-1 in the Final. Photo: Germany's Franz Beckenbauer (R) and Johan Cruyff of the Netherlands during the final
© EPA/STAFF
In 1978, the Netherlands once again made it to the final at the World Cup in Argentina. This time, they lost 3-1 to the host, Argentina. Photo:Argentina soccer team captain Daniel Passarella, right, challenges his Dutch counterpart Ruud Krol
© AP Photo/Carlo Fumagalli
World Cup 1982 took place in Spain. In the final, Italy won its third World Cup title beating West Germany 3-1. Photo (from left): Italy's Claudio Scirea, coach Enzo Bearzot, Dino Zoff, Giampiero Marini and Antonio Cabrini
© Ap Photo/Carlo Fumagalli
World Cup 1986 once again took place in Mexico. In the final Argentina met West Germany and won 3-2. The World Cup is famous for the controversial action in which Maradona knocked the ball with his left hand into the net of England's goalie Peter Shilton
© AP Photo/Carlo Fumagalli, File
In 1990 the World Cup, held in Italy, was won by Germany, which defeated Argentina 1-0 in the final
© AP Photo
In 1994, the World Cup took place in the USA. In the final, Brazil beat Italy 3-2. Photo: Brazil's Romario (center) is challenged by Italian defender Franco Baresi
© AP Photo/Carlo Fumagalli
World Cup 1998 took place in France. In the final, the host played with Brazil and won 3-0. Photo: France soccer team stars Zinedine Zidane, Marcel Desailly and Laurent Blanc celebrate with the cup
© Ap Photo/Carlo Fumagalli
2002 FIFA World Cup was held in South Korea and Japan. This time Brazil defeated Germany 2-0 in the Final, winning its fifth World Cup title
© EPA PHOTO PRESSENS BILD/JACK MIKRUT/pg
2006 FIFA World Cup held in Germany is famous for its final, where France's Zinedine Zidane was sent off in his last-ever match, for headbutting Italy's Marco Materazzi's chest. Italy beat France on penalties
© AP Photo/Jasper Juinen
2010 FIFA World Cup was held in South Africa. In the final, Spain defeated the Netherlands 1-0 with a goal from Andrés Iniesta Photo: Spain's Andres Iniesta celebrates after scoring
©  EPA/KERIM OKTEN

The International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) was established 110 years ago, on May 21 1904. FIFA is responsible for the organization of major international football tournaments, among them the main one — the World Cup. All the World Cup finals in this photo gallery by ITAR-TASS.

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