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What you should know about FIFA National team rankings and statistics is provided here. The FIFA World Cup 2022, which will be held in Qatar at Al Bayt stadium, is the most eagerly anticipated event of the year. On November 20, 2022, the opening ceremony was held.

FIFA World Cup matches today:



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

Odds – FIFA World Cup 2022

South Korea25000
Costa Rica50000
Saudi Arabia50000

Groups – FIFA World Cup 2022

  • 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

FIFA National Team Rankings – Top 10

1) Brazil


Brazil claimed three Asian Cup titles at the continental level in 1968, 1972, and 1976. The 1976 Montreal Olympics saw the nation’s best Olympic performance, as they advanced to the quarterfinals. Brazil has qualified for six FIFA World Cups, however, they have never advanced past the group stage. They have only ever won two games: against the United States in 1998 and Morocco in 2018.

2) Belgium


Belgium’s international career began in 1914 with a 0-3 defeat to Argentina in their first game. In 1930, Brazil took part in the inaugural FIFA World Cup. Belgium’s national teams have a long history of success, having taken home five FIFA World Cups since 1958.

3) Argentina – FIFA National Team Rankings


The Argentina national team has participated in five FIFA World Cup finals since the event’s inception in 1902, including the first final in 1930, the final in 1978 (when the team won its first World Cup by defeating the Netherlands), the final in 1986 (winning its second World Cup by defeating West Germany), the final in 1990, and the final in 2014.

4) France


One of the eight countries to have won the World Cup was France, which also served as the host country in 1998. One of the four European nations that competed in the inaugural World Cup in 1930 was France. They won the championship with a 3-0 victory over Brazil. France won both the 1998 and 2018 World Cups. Additionally, France won two UEFA European Football Championship games under Michel Platini and FIFA World Player of the Year Zinedine Zidane.

5) England


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 – FIFA National Team Rankings


After winning the UEFA Euro 2020 title, Italy is the current champion in Europe. Italy is one of the most successful national teams in the history of football and the World Cup, having won four championships (1934, 1938, etc.), made two appearances (1970, 1994), finished in third place in 1990, and finished in fourth place in 1994. (1994). (1978).

7) Spain


With victories at the UEFA European Championship in 2008, the FIFA World Cup in 2010, and the UEFA European Championship in 2012, Spain became the first team since the FIFA World Cup’s debut in 1930 to win three consecutive major titles. Spain became the first team to reach the championship game while still holding the title of European champion since Germany did it in 1976.

8) Netherland


In 1905, the Netherlands competed with its men’s national team, which is run by the Dutch Football Association, a body that is also governed by FIFA and a member of UEFA.

9) Portugal – FIFA National Team Rankings


It participates as one of the founding members of UEFA and is represented by the Portuguese Football Federation. The first international match the Portugal national soccer team played in was in 1921. Third place was their best result in a FIFA World Cup match.

10) Denmark


Denmark’s men’s national football team participates in international competitions. The Danish Football Association (DBU), which is in charge of policing the national administration of all Danish football clubs, keeps an eye on its operations. The team’s head coach is K. Hjulmand, and P. Stadium in Copenhagen’s Vesterbro district serves as their home pitch.

Prediction based on the FIFA National Team Rankings

We of course decided to forecast the entire tournament in Qatar to save everyone the inconvenience of having to play the tournament in person and to celebrate the launch of our new bracket game where you can make predictions, compete against friends, and create mini-leagues.

Wrapping it up!

You probably shouldn’t have come here expecting a full, well-informed analysis. We have 63 matches to go because the third-place play-off is meaningless to us. This is an article for lovers of “the hunch.”
Before you respond that everything sounds a little crazy, let me give you a spoiler: this World Cup will be truly astray. Possibly the weirdest of all.

Hafsa Shafiq

Hafsa is a writing enthusiast who loves to live outside of her comfort zone. A Business graduate, an ex hospital care team member and a full time mom. Hafsa is Working as a writer at Streaming Digitally since February 2022.

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