PART THREE

Team stats - Player stats - Final, Coaching and Disciplinary stats

TOURNAMENT FINALS

Year Host Champions Runners-up Result
1930 Uruguay Uruguay Argentina 4-2
1934 Italy Italy Czechoslovakia 2-1 aet
1938 France Italy Hungary 4-2
1950 Brazil Uruguay Brazil 2-1
1954 Switzerland West Germany Hungary 3-2
1958 Sweden Brazil Sweden 5-2
1962 Chile Brazil Czechoslovakia 3-1
1966 England England West Germany 4-2 aet
1970 Mexico Brazil Italy 4-1
1974 West Germany West Germany Netherlands 2-1
1978 Argentina Argentina Netherlands 3-1 aet
1982 Spain Italy West Germany 3-1
1986 Mexico Argentina West Germany 3-2
1990 Italy West Germany Argentina 1-0
1994 United States Brazil Italy 0-0 (3-2 pens)
1998 France France Brazil 3-0
2002 Korea & Japan Brazil Germany 2-0
2006 Germany Italy France 1-1 (5-3 pens)
2010 South Africa Spain Netherlands 1-0 aet

YOUNGEST PLAYERS IN A FINAL

Pele 17yrs 249d Brazil vs. Sweden 1958
Giuseppe Bergomi 18yrs 201d Italy vs. West Germany 1982
Ruben Moran 19yrs 344d Uruguay vs. Brazil 1950

OLDEST PLAYERS IN A FINAL

Dino Zoff 40yrs 133d Italy vs. West Germany 1982
Gunnar Gren 37yrs 241d Sweden vs. Brazil 1958
Jan Jongbloed 37yrs 212d Netherlands vs. Argentina 1978

PLAYERS SENT OFF IN A FINAL

Pedro Monzon Argentina vs. West Germany 1990
Gustavo Dezotti Argentina vs. West Germany 1990
Marcel Desailly France vs. Brazil 1998
Zinedine Zidane France vs. Italy 2006
John Heitinga Netherlands vs. Spain 2010

Disciplinary records

MOST RED CARDS

Reds Nation
11 Brazil
10 Argentina
8 Uruguay
7 Cameroon, Italy, Netherlands, (West) Germany
6 Mexico, Czechoslovakia/Czech Republic, France
5 Hungary, Yugoslavia/Serbia, Portugal
4 United States, Australia
3 Soviet Union, Denmark, Bulgaria, Croatia, Sweden, England, Chile
2 Bolivia, Belgium, Paraguay, Turkey, South Korea, Algeria, South Africa
1 Romania, Austria, Spain, Peru, United Arab Emirates, Honduras, Northern Ireland, Canada, Iraq, Scotland, Saudi Arabia, China, Senegal, Slovenia, Jamaica, Zaïre, Ghana, Tunisia, Ukraine, Angola, Poland, Togo, Trinidad & Tobago, Ivory Coast, Switzerland, Nigeria

MOST RED CARDS IN ONE MATCH

4 - Portugal (Costinha, Deco ) vs Netherlands (Boulahrouz, Van Bronckhorst) 2006

FIRST MAN SENT OFF

Mario de Las Casas for Peru vs. Romania in 1930

FIRST GOALKEEPER SENT OFF

Gianluca Pagliuca for Italy vs. Norway in 1994

FASTEST RED CARD

56 secs - Sergio Batista for Uruguay vs. Scotland in 1986

FASTEST YELLOW CARD

1 min - Sergey Gorlukovich for Russia vs. Sweden in 1994

Coaching records

MOST TOURNAMENTS WON AS A COACH

2 - Vittorio Pozzo (ITA) 1934 and 1938

MOST TOURNAMENTS COACHED

6 -  Carlos Alberto Parreira (BRA)

MOST COUNTRIES COACHED

5 -  Carlos Alberto Parreira (BRA) - Kuwait (1982), United Arab Emirates (1990), Brazil (1994, 2006), Saudi Arabia (1998), South Africa (2010)         

5 -  Bora Milutinovic (YUG) - Mexico (1986), Costa Rica (1990), United States (1994), Nigeria (1998), China (2002)               

MOST MATCHES COACHED

25 Helmut Schon (GER) 1966-1978
24 Carlos A. Parreira (BRA) 1982-2010
20 Mario Zagallo (BRA) 1970-1998
= Bora Milutinovic (YUG) 1986-2002
18 Sepp Herberger (GER) 1938-1962
= Enzo Bearzot (ITA) 1978-1986
= Guus Hiddink (NED) 1998-2006

MOST MATCHES WON AS COACH

16 - Helmut Schon (GER) - 1966-1978

YOUNGEST COACH

Juan José Tramutola (Argentina 1930),  27 years & 267 days         

OLDEST COACH

Otto Rehhagel (Greece 2010),  71 years & 317 days

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