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World Cup final factfile

sports Updated: Jul 10, 2010 19:54 IST

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Factfile on previous World Cup finals ahead of Sunday's at Soccer City between The Netherlands and Spain:

The 18 previous finals:

30/07/1930 Montevideo URUGUAY 4 Argentina 2
10/06/1934 Rome ITALY 2 Czechoslovakia 1 after extra-time
19/06/1938 Paris ITALy 4 Hungary 2
16/07/1950 Rio de Janeiro URUGUAY 2 Brazil 1
04/07/1954 Berne WEST GERMANY 3 Hungary 2
29/06/1958 Stockholm BRAZIL 5 Sweden 2
17/06/1962 Santiago BRAZIL 2 Czechoslovakia 1
30/07/1966 London ENGLAND 4 West Germany 2 after extra-time
21/06/1970 Mexico BRAZIL 4 Italy 1
07/07/1974 Munich (GER) WEST GERMANY 2 Netherlands 1
25/06/1978 Buenos Aires ARGENTINA 3 Netherlands 1 after extra-time
11/07/1982 Madrid ITALY 3 West Germany 1
29/06/1986 Mexico ARGENTINA 3 West Germany 2
08/07/1990 Rome WEST GERMANY 1 Argentina 0
17/07/1994 Pasadena (USA) BRAZIL 0 Italy 0 Brazil won 3-2 on penalties
12/07/1998 Paris FRANCE 3 Brazil 0
30/06/2002 Yokohama (JPN) BRAZIL 2 Germany 0
09/07/2006 Berlin (GER) ITALY 1 France 1 Italy won 5-3 on penalties

Finals decided after 90 minutes - 13
Finals decided after extra-time - 3 (1934, 1966, 1978)
Finals decided after penalties - 2 (1994, 2006)

World Cup wins: Brazil (5), Italy (4), Germany/West Germany (3), Argentina (2), Uruguay (2), England (1), France (1)

World Cup final appearances (including 2010): Brazil (7), Germany/West Germany (7), Italy (6), Argentina (4), Uruguay (2), Netherlands (3), Hungary (2), Czechoslovakia (2), France (2), England (1), Sweden (1), Spain (1).

Finals with no European teams: 1930, 1950

Finals with no South American teams: 1934, 1938, 1954, 1966, 1974, 1982, 2006, 2010

Total number of goals scored: 69 (29 in first half, 35 in second half, 5 in extra-time), average of 3.83 per final.

Penalties: 4 (2 in 1974, 1 in 1990, 1 in 2006)

Headed goals: 10

Most goals in a final: 7, Brazil v Sweden (5-2) in 1958

Fewest goals in a final: 0, Brazil 0 Italy 0 in 1994

Total number of spectators: 1,467,321, an average of 81,517 per final.

Biggest attendance: 174,000, for Uruguay v Brazil (2-1) in Maracana Stadium, Rio de Janeiro in 1950

Smallest attendance: 45,000, for Italy v Hungary (4-2) at Colombes (Paris) in 1938
Total number of players in finals: 387

A total of 51 players have taken part in two finals. One player has taken part in three - Cafu of Brazil in 1994, 1998 and 2002).

Number of scorers: 54

Two goals in a final: 7 (Rahn/GER, Breitner/GER, Piola/ITA, Colaussi/ITA, Kempes/ARG, Zidane/FRA, Ronaldo/BRA)

Three goals in a final: 3 (Hurst/ENG, Pele/BRA, Vava/BRA)

Goals in two different finals: 3 (Breitner/GER, Pele/BRA, Vava/BRA, Zidane/FRA)

Players who have won more than one World Cup: 21

Pele (BRA/1958, 1962, 1970), Castilho, Bellini, Gilmar, Didi, Zagallo, Djalma Santos, Zozimo, Garrincha, Nilton Santos, Mauro, Zito, Vava, Pepe (BRA/1958, 1962), Ferrari, Meazza, Monzeglio, Massetti (ITA/1934, 1938), Passarella (ARG/1978, 1986), Cafu, Ronaldo (BRA/1994, 2002).

World Cup winner as player and coach: 2 (Zagallo/BRA, Beckenbauer/GER)

Youngest player in a final: 17 years and 249 days - Pele/BRA en 1958

Oldest player in a final: 40 years and 133 days - Zoff/ITA en 1982

Number of yellow cards: 39

Number of red cards: 4 (Monzon, Dezotti/ARG in 1990; Desailly/FRA in 1998, Zidane 2006)

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