Who won the first World Cup football?

Uruguay national football team
1930 FIFA World Cup/Champion

Which country won the first ever football?

1930 FIFA World Cup

Campeonato Mundial de Fútbol Uruguay 1930
Champions Uruguay (1st title)
Runners-up Argentina
Third place United States
Fourth place Yugoslavia

Who has most man of the match in football World Cup history?

Most Man of the Match Awards in a FIFA World Cup

World Cup Player winning most MOM Awards Number of Awards
2002 South Korea/ Japan Rivaldo 3
2006 Germany Andrea Pirlo 3
2010 South Africa Wesley Sneijder 4
2014 Brazil Lionel Messi 4

Where was the first World Cup of football held?

Estadio Pocitos
1930 FIFA World Cup/Location

Who started first World Cup football?

On July 13, 1930, France defeats Mexico 4-1 and the United States defeats Belgium 3-0 in the first-ever World Cup football matches, played simultaneously in host city Montevideo, Uruguay.

Who won the world Cup twice first?

Uruguay won the next two Olympic football tournaments in 1924 and 1928. Those were also the first two open world championships, as 1924 was the start of FIFA’s professional era.

Who has the most golden boot?

Lionel Messi is the all time record winner of the award, having won it six times overall. He also holds the record for most goals and most points in a single season (50 and 100 respectively, in 2011–12).

Who is the most Golden Ball winner?

Lionel Messi is the only player to have won two Golden Balls. Cristiano Ronaldo has won most awards (4), one Golden Ball and three Silver Balls. Brazilian players have won the most Golden Balls amassing four.

When was first official international football match was played?

30 November 1872
The 1872 association football match between the national teams of Scotland and England is officially recognised by FIFA as the sport’s first-ever international. It took place on 30 November 1872 at Hamilton Crescent, the West of Scotland Cricket Club’s ground in Partick, Glasgow.

Who founded FIFA?

Frenchman Robert Guerin
Frenchman Robert Guerin was the dynamic figure behind the founding of FIFA in 1904. A journalist with Le Matin newspaper, Guerin was actively involved in football through his role as secretary of the Football Department of the Union des Societes Françaises de Sports Athletiques.

Who won the 3rd World Cup?

1938 FIFA World Cup

Coupe du Monde France 1938
Champions Italy (2nd title)
Runners-up Hungary
Third place Brazil
Fourth place Sweden

When did Italy win the World Cup?

Italy is one of the most successful national teams in the history of the World Cup, having won four titles (1934, 1938, 1982, 2006), just one fewer than Brazil.

Which country held the first football World Cup?

Due to the success of the football tournament at the Olympic Games, FIFA started looking at ways of successfully staging an international football tournament. In 1928, it was decided that Uruguay would be the first country to host the inaugural World Cup tournament in 1930. Thus, Uruguay became the first nation to the official host and win the championship. Since then, the World Cup has consistently been held every four years except in 1942 and 1946 due to World War II.

Who scored the first goal in World Cup football history?

The first ever goal was scored by French player Lucien Laurent at the 1930 FIFA World Cup. More than 1200 footballers have scored goals after that in the World Cup. Argentina’s Guillermo Stabile was the player who scored the most goals in the first World Cup, with eight goals in total.

What was the first match in the World Cup?

The first world cup soccer match started on July 13th, 1930. France defeated Mexico in a game of 4 to 1, paving way for a glorious world cup beginning. After the war, the FIFA World Cup gained worldwide recognition as the sole sporting event of the new world.

Which is the first country to win the FIFA World Cup?

In the final, Uruguay defeated Argentina 4-2 in front of 93,000 people in Montevideo, and became the first nation to win the World Cup. After the creation of the World Cup, FIFA and the IOC disagreed over the status of amateur players, and so football was dropped from the 1932 Summer Olympics.