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FIFA World Cup, kai baar World Cup ke naam se jana jaata hae, ek international association football competition jo kii Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), senior men's national teams se bana hae.

2022 Qatar Champions hae Argentinian Football team.

Agla World Cup hae 2026 mein United States, Canada, Mexico(The Americas) mein.

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Year Hosts Venues/
Cities
Total
attendance †
Matches Average
attendance
Highest attendances ‡
Number Venue Game(s)
1930  Uruguay 3/1 590,549 18 32,808 93,000 Estadio Centenario, Montevideo Uruguay 6–1 Yugoslavia, semi-final
1934  Italy 8/8 363,000 17 21,353 55,000 Stadio Nazionale PNF, Rome Italy 2–1 Czechoslovakia, final
1938  France 10/9 375,700 18 20,872 58,455 Olympique de Colombes, Paris France 1–3 Italy, quarter-final
1950  Brazil 6/6 1,045,246 22 47,511 173,850[1] Maracanã Stadium, Rio de Janeiro Brazil 1–2 Uruguay, deciding match
1954  Switzerland 6/6 768,607 26 29,562 63,000 Wankdorf Stadium, Bern West Germany 3–2 Hungary, final
1958  Sweden 12/12 819,810 35 23,423 50,928 Ullevi Stadium, Gothenburg Brazil 2–0 Soviet Union, group stage
1962  Chile 4/4 893,172 32 27,912 68,679 Estadio Nacional, Santiago Brazil 4–2 Chile, semi-final
1966  England 8/7 1,563,135 32 48,848 98,270 Wembley Stadium, London England 4–2 West Germany, final
1970  Mexico 5/5 1,603,975 32 50,124 108,192 Estadio Azteca, Mexico City Mexico 1–0 Belgium, group stage
1974 West Germany 9/9 1,865,753 38 49,099 83,168 Olympiastadion, Munich West Germany 1–0 Chile, group stage
1978  Argentina 6/5 1,545,791 38 40,679 71,712 Estadio Monumental, Buenos Aires Italy 1–0 Argentina, group stage
1982  Spain 17/14 2,109,723 52 40,572 95,500 Camp Nou, Barcelona Argentina 0–1 Belgium, Opening match
1986  Mexico 12/11 2,394,031 52 46,039 114,600 Estadio Azteca, Mexico City Mexico 1–1 Paraguay, group stage
Argentina 3–2 West Germany, final
1990  Italy 12/12 2,516,215 52 48,389 74,765 San Siro, Milan West Germany 4–1 Yugoslavia, group stage
1994  United States 9/9 3,587,538 52 68,991 94,194 Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California Brazil 0–0 (3–2p) Italy, final
1998  France 10/10 2,785,100 64 43,517 80,000 Stade de France, Saint-Denis Brazil 0–3 France, final
2002  South Korea
 Japan
20/20 2,705,197 64 42,269 69,029 International Stadium, Yokohama, Japan Brazil 2–0 Germany, final
2006  Germany 12/12 3,359,439 64 52,491 72,000 Olympiastadion, Berlin Germany 1–1 (4–2p) Argentina, quarter-final
2010  South Africa 10/9 3,178,856 64 49,670 84,490 Soccer City, Johannesburg Spain 1–0 Netherlands, final
2014  Brazil 12/12 3,429,873 64 53,592 74,738 Maracanã Stadium, Rio de Janeiro Germany 1–0 Argentina, final
2018  Russia 12/11 3,031,768 64 47,371 78,011 Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow France 4–2 Croatia, final
2022 Qatar 8/5 3,404,252 64 53,191 88,966 Lusail Stadium, Qatar Argentina 3–3 (4–2p) France, final
2026  Mexico  Canada  United States 16/20 1,180,000 48 59,000 105,000 AT&T Stadium, United States of America TBA
Overall 43,936,730 964 45,577 173,850[1]

Source: FIFA[2]

The best-attended single match has been the final in 11 of the 21 World Cups as of 2018. Another match or matches drew more attendance than the final in 1930, 1938, 1958, 1962, 1970–1982, 1990, and 2006.

References[badlo | source ke badlo]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "World Cup Rewind: Largest attendance at a match in the 1950 Brazil final", Guinness World Records, 12 June 2018. (in en-GB) “"Officially, 173,850 paid spectators crammed into Rio de Janeiro’s Maracanã Stadium on July 16, 1950. Some estimates have even pegged the attendance as high as 199,000 or 210,000 unofficially"”
  2. "FIFA World Cup competition records" (PDF). FIFA.com. FIFA|Fédération Internationale de Football Association. p. 2. Archived from the original (PDF) on 15 February 2010. Retrieved 30 January 2013.