FIFA National team rankings and stats

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Heres what you need to know about FIFA National team rankings and stats FIFA World Cup 2022 is the most awaited and most anticipated event of the year which is held in Qatar at Al Bayt stadium. The opening ceremony will be on 20th November 2022 with it the most famous BTS band K pop singer Jung Kook going to perform. Watching most of our favorite players along with it many of the big names won’t be able to play cause they didn’t qualify for it.

Statistics

YearHostChampionWinning coachTop scorerBest player award
1930 UruguayUruguayAlberto SuppiciGuillermo StábileJosé Nasazzi
1934 ItalyItalyVittorio Pozzo Oldřich NejedlýGiuseppe Meazza
1938 FranceItalyVittorio PozzoLeônidasLeônidas
1950 BrazilUruguayJuan LópezAdemirZizinho
1954 SwitzerlandWest GermanySepp HerbergerSándor KocsisFerenc Puskás
1958SwedenBrazilVicente FeolaJust FontaineDidi
1962
Chile 
BrazilAymoré MoreiraGarrincha
Vavá
Leonel Sánchez
Flórián Albert
Valentin Ivanov
Dražan Jerković
Garrincha
1966 EnglandEnglandAlf RamseyEusébioBobby Charlton
1970 MexicoBrazilMário ZagalloGerd MüllerPelé
1974 West GermanyWest GermanyHelmut SchönGrzegorz LatoJohan Cruyff
1978
 Argentina
ArgentinaCésar Luis MenottiMario KempesMario Kempes
1982 SpainItalyEnzo BearzotPaolo RossiPaolo Rossi
1986  MexicoArgentinaCarlos BilardoGary LinekerDiego Maradona
1990 italyWest GermanyFranz BeckenbauerSalvatore SchillaciSalvatore Schillaci
1994 USABrazilCarlos Alberto ParreiraHristo Stoichkov
Oleg Salenko
Romário
1998 FranceFranceAimé JacqueDavor ŠukerRonaldo
2002 South Korea
 Japan
BrazilLuiz Felipe ScolariRonaldoOliver Kahn
2006 GermanyItalyMarcello LippiMiroslav KloseZinedine Zidane
2010 South AfricaSpainVicente del BosqueThomas MüllerWesley Sneijder
2014 BrazilGermanyJoachim LöwJames RodríguezLionel Messi
2018 RussiaFranceDidier DeschampsHarry KaneLuka Modrić

2022 FIFA World Cup odds 

Brazil400
Argentina550
France650
England750
Spain750
Germany1000
Netherlands1400
Portugal1400
Belgium1600
Denmark3000
Croatia5000
Uruguay5000
Serbia7000
Mexico10000
USA10000
Poland10000
Senegal10000
Switzerland10000
Wales12500
Ghana15000
Canada15000
Ecuador15000
Morocco20000
Cameroon25000
Japan25000
South Korea25000
Tunisia30000
Qatar30000
Australia40000
Costa Rica50000
Iran50000
Saudi Arabia50000

FIFA World Cup 2022 Groups

Group A: Qatar, Ecuador, Senegal, Netherlands done
Group B: England, Iran, USA, Wales
Group C: Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Poland
Group D: France, Australia, Denmark, Tunisia
Group E: Spain, Costa Rica, Germany, Japan
Group F: Belgium, Canada, Morocco, Croatia
Group G: Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland, Cameroon
Group H: Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay, South Korea

Top 10 FIFA team Rankings

1)Brazil

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At the continental level, Iran has won three Asian Cup championships in 1968, 1972, and 1976. The nation’s best performance at the Olympics was reaching the quarterfinals at the 1976 Montreal Games. At the FIFA World Cup, Iran have qualified six times but has never progressed beyond the group stages; they have won only two matches: against the United States in 1998 and Morocco in 2018.

2)Belgium – FIFA National team rankings

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Brazil’s history began with a 0–3 loss to Argentina in their inaugural match as an international team in 1914. Brazil participated in the first FIFA World Cup in 1930. Brazil’s national teams have won five FIFA World Cups since 1958, and they have a lengthy history of success.

3)Argentina

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Since the first FIFA World Cup final took place in 1902, the Argentina national team has taken part in five of them, including the first final in 1930, the 1978 final (when the team won its first World Cup by defeating the Netherlands the 1986 final winning its second World Cup by defeating West Germany the 1990 final, and the 2014 final.

4)France

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France, one of the eight nations to have won the World Cup, did so in 1998 while serving as the host nation. France was one of the four European countries who took part in the inaugural World Cup in 1930. They defeated Brazil 3-0 to win the championship. Both the 1998 and 2018 World Cups were won by France. In addition, under Michel Platini and FIFA World Player of the Year Zinedine Zidane, France won two UEFA European Football Championship games.

5)England

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England is the most winning and enthusiastic team from the past they have qualified 16 times for the world cup and also won the 1966 world cup and finished fourth in 1990 and 2018 Although they never won European Champions League and became runner-up in 2020

6)Italy

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Italy is the current champion in Europe after winning the UEFA Euro 2020 championship.
With four titles (1934, 1938, etc.), two appearances (1970, 1994), a third-place finish (1990), and a fourth-place finish, Italy is one of the most successful national teams in the history of football and the World Cup (1994). (1978).

7)Spain

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Spain became the first team since the FIFA World Cup’s inception in 1930 to win three consecutive major titles with triumphs at the UEFA European Championship in 2008, the FIFA World Cup in 2010, and the UEFA European Championship in 2012. Since Germany did so in 1976, Spain became the first team to advance to the championship game while still holding the title of European champion.

8)Netherland

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The Netherlands represented their national men’s team in 1905 which is controlled by the dutch football association which is also under the jurisdiction of FIFA and also part of the UEFA

9)Portugal

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It is represented by the Portuguese Football Federation and takes part as one of UEFA’s original members. In 1921, the Portuguese national soccer team took part in its first international match. Their highest finish at a FIFA World Cup competition was third

10)Denmark

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Denmark’s men’s national football team participates in competitions all around the world. The Danish Football Association (DBU), which is in charge of overseeing the national administration of all Danish football clubs, is in charge of its administration. The team’s head coach is Kasper Hjulmand, and Parken Stadium in Copenhagen’s sterbro district serves as their home pitch.

Prediction according FIFA National team rankings

In order to avoid everyone the hassle of having to play the tournament in person and to celebrate the debut of our new bracket game where you can make predictions, compete against friends, and establish mini-leagues, we of course chose to predict the entire tournament in Qatar.
You really shouldn’t have come here if you were hoping to get a careful, well-reasoned analysis. We don’t care about the third-place play-off, so we have 63 matches to sort through. This article is for “the hunch” aficionados.
And before you complain that everything sounds a little rogue, let me give you a spoiler: this World Cup will be incredibly rogue. The most rogue of them all, perhaps. The top athletes in the world were airdropped into the Middle East for eight days, yet neither Erling nor Mohamed to convert from club to international mode; although not unbearably hot, the temperature was obviously too high.

Martin is a sports enthusiast and loves to write about trending events globally. He has also been selected for one of the FIFA World Cup Volunteering in 2014. Moreover, he loves to watch TV Shows and is a die hard Kobe Bryant Fan!