World Cup Past Winners

World Cup Past Winners

The football World Cup is still the best tournament in World sport uniting a nation as they go in glory of sport's most coveted trophy.  Down the years some of the top footballers have bagged World Cup glory with their country with Brazil being the most successful of the lot having won the competition five times.

However, there's always an unlucky loser, so take a look at the previous winners and the runners-up as well as the leading scorers at each tournament.

South Africa 2010

Winners: Spain

Runners-Up: Netherlands

Golden Boot: Thomas Mueller (GER)

Germany 2006

Winners: Italy

Runners-Up: France

Golden Boot: Miroslav Klose (GER)

Korea/Japan 2002

Winners: Brazil

Runners-Up: Germany

Golden Boot: Ronaldo (Bra)

France 1998

Winners: France

Runners-Up: Brazil

Golden Boot: Davor Suker (CRO)

U.S.A 1994

Winners: Brazil

Runners-Up: Italy

Golden Boot: Oleg Salenko (RUS), Hristo Stoichkov (BUL)

Italy 1990

Winners: West Germany

Runners-Up: Argentina

Golden Boot: Salvatore Schillaci (ITA)

Mexico 1986

Winners: Argentina

Runners-Up: West Germany

Golden Boot: Gary Lineker (ENG)

Spain 1982

Winners: Italy

Runners-Up: West Germany

Golden Boot: Paolo Rossi (ITA)

Argentina 1978

Winners: Argentina

Runners-Up: Netherlands

Golden Boot: Mario Kempes (ARG)

Germany 1974

Winners: West Germany

Runners-Up: Netherlands

Golden Boot: Grzegorz Lato (POL)

Mexico 1970

Winners: Brazil

Runners-Up: Italy

Golden Boot: Gerd Mueller (GER)

England 1966

Winners: England

Runners-Up: West Germany

Golden Boot: Eusebio (POR)

Chile 1962

Winners: Brazil

Runners-Up: Czechoslovakia

Golden Boot: Florian Albert (Hun), Valentin Ivanov (RUS), Drazen Jerkovic (YUG), Leonel Sanchez (CHI), Vava (BRA), Garrincha (BRA)

Sweden 1958

Winners: Brazil

Runners-Up: Sweden

Golden Boot: Just Fontaine (FRA)

Switzerland 1954

Winners: West Germany

Runners-Up: Hungary

Louboutin Heren Schoenen

Golden Boot: Sandor Kocsis (HUN)

Brazil 1950

Winners: Uruguay

Runners-Up: Brazil

Golden Boot: Ademir (BRA)

France 1938

Winners: Italy

Runners-Up: Hungary

Golden Boot: Leonidas (BRA)

Italy 1934

Winners: Italy

Runners-Up: Czechoslavakia

Golden Boot: Oldrich Nejedly (CZE)

Uruguay 1930

Winners: Uruguay

Runners-Up: Argentina

Golden Boot: Guillermo Stabile (ARG)