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World Cup Top 10: Which countries have participated most often?

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Since 1930 the World Cup was staged 21 times already (last time 2018 in Russia). Only in the years 1942 and 1946, the World Championships in Football/Soccer has paused because of the Second World War.

Only one team has succeeded in attending any World Cup so far: Brazil.

The following table is showing, how often the other countries have taken part in the World Cup competitions. The last two columns are containing information about the years, the country has not participated and the years in which the appropriate country has won the match and has become world champion.

CountryParticipationsNo participationWorld Champion
Brazil21-1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, 2002
Germany191930, 19501954, 1974, 1990, 2014
Italy181930, 1958*, 2018*1934, 1938, 1982, 2006
Argentina171938, 1950, 1954, 1970*1978, 1986
Mexico161934*, 1938, 1974*, 1982*, 1990-
England151930, 1934, 1938, 1970*, 1974*, 1994*1966
France151950*, 1962*, 1970*, 1974*, 1990*, 1994*1998, 2018
Spain151930, 1938, 1954*, 1958*, 1970*, 1974*2010
Belgium131950, 1958*, 1962*, 1966*, 1974*, 1978*, 2006*, 2010*-
Uruguay131934, 1938, 1958*, 1978*, 1982*, 1994*, 1998*, 2006*1930, 1950

The * behind a year means that the country could not qualify to the World Cup in that year. Years without * mean, that the country has not participated in the qualification phase or that the team has not competed for the World Cup that year.

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