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World Cup Winners – FIFA World Cup 2010 Schedules – and World Cup Scores SpreadSheet in Excel

Updated on March 27, 2011

FIFA World Cup

FIFA World Cup is an abbreviation that stands for Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), the global governing body for men’s Football World Cup or Soccer World Cup. The body was formed in 1930 and currently has 204 teams for qualifiers matches and 32 teams for the finals.

First Football World Cup Tournament In 1930

The FIFA World Cup championships has been awarded once every four years since the first tournament in 1930 but in the year 1942 and 1946, the  Football World Cup tournament did not take place because of the World War II.

World Cup Winners  FIFA World Cup 2010 Schedules  and World Cup Scores SpreadSheet in Excel
World Cup Winners FIFA World Cup 2010 Schedules and World Cup Scores SpreadSheet in Excel

World Cup 2010 Finals in South Africa

This year, World Cup 2010 Finals are being held for the first time in South Africa from 11th June to 11th July 2010. The 2014 World Cup Soccer Championship tournaments will be held in Brazil.  Since the inception of FIFA World Cup tournaments in 1930, a total of 18 tournaments have been held and only seven nations have been World Cup Winners of the World championship title. Of those 18 tournaments, Brazil (5) has won the world cup championship title five times and the only nation that have managed to play in every tournament. Others have been Italy (4), Germany (3), Uruguay (2), Argentina (2), England (1) and France (1).

History of World Cup Winners Since 1930

Below is a table listing the world cup winners since 1930. The list shows the winning team, the host country, the runners-up and the final scores.

List of World Cup Winners – FIFA World Cup History

1930, Uruguay
1934, Italy
1938, France
World War II
World War II
World War II
World War II
World War II
World War II
1950, Brazil
1954, Switzerland
West Germany
1958, Sweden
1962, Chile
1966, England
W. Germany
1970, Mexico
1974, W. Germany
West Germany
1978, Argentina
1982, Spain
W. Germany
1986, Mexico
W. Germany
1990, Italy
West Germany
1994, USA
1998, France
2002, Japan/S.Korea
2006, Germany
2010, South Africa

List of World Cup Winners – FIFA World Cup History

FIFA World Cup - The World’s Most Viewed Sporting Event

The FIFA World Cup is the world’s most viewed game or sporting event with a cumulative estimated view of 30 billion plus views. If you are a great fan of FIFA world cup like me, I am posting below an excel template which has FIFA World Cup 2010 Schedules – and World Cup Scores Spread Sheet for you to have. This analysis worksheet should help you analyzing your best teams before they play their matches. You can download this free World Cup 2010 Schedule and Scoresheet here. It is a small file of 177 KB and should work just fine in your MS Excel.

Score Boxes

As you can see from the image below, the template is well designed to fit on your screen and will also fit well in an A4 paper and letter paper sizes when printed. There are score boxes with blue color in the cells for you to insert the scores either actual or imaginary and the template will rank the teams that qualify to the next round after their group matches.

World Cup Winners  FIFA World Cup 2010 Schedules  and World Cup Scores SpreadSheet in Excel
World Cup Winners FIFA World Cup 2010 Schedules and World Cup Scores SpreadSheet in Excel

Group Stage and Knock Out Round

This FIFA World Cup 2010 Schedules and World Cup Scores Spread Sheet in Excel has been configured to accommodate 34 different languages and 139 cities time zones so that many football fans can be able to use it. This scores sheet has two big parts: - the group stage part and the knock out round part. Fill the blue boxes in all the 48 group matches with the real or your prediction score results and the group standing table next to group matches table will adjust accordingly based on what you have inputted.

Analyze Your Best Teams

Play around with this FIFA World Cup 2010 Schedules and World Cup Scores SpreadSheet in Excel by putting different scenarios as you analyze your best teams before they play their matches.

Good luck to FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa and may the best team win.

Countries That Have Ever Participated In the FIFA World Cup

And here below is a list of Countries that have ever participated in the FIFA World Cup since inception.

  1. Algeria
  2. Angola
  3. Argentina
  4. Australia
  5. Austria
  6. Belgium
  7. Bolivia
  8. Brazil
  9. Bulgaria
  10. Cameroon
  11. Canada
  12. Chile
  13. China
  14. Colombia
  15. Costa Rica
  16. Côte d'Ivoire
  17. Croatia
  18. Cuba
  19. CzechRepublic
  20. Czechoslovakia
  21. Denmark
  22. Dutch East Indies
  23. East Germany
  24. Ecuador
  25. Egypt
  26. El Salvador
  27. England
  28. France
  29. Germany
  30. Ghana
  31. Greece
  32. Haiti
  33. Honduras
  34. Hungary
  35. Iran
  36. Iraq
  37. Israel
  38. Italy
  39. Jamaica
  40. Japan
  41. Kuwait
  42. Mexico
  43. Morocco
  44. Netherlands
  45. New Zealand
  46. Nigeria
  47. North Korea
  48. Northern Ireland
  49. Norway
  50. Paraguay
  51. Peru
  52. Poland
  53. Portugal
  54. Republic of Ireland
  55. Romania
  56. Russia
  57. Saudi Arabia
  58. Scotland
  59. Senegal
  60. Serbia
  61. Serbia and Montenegro
  62. Slovakia
  63. Slovenia
  64. South Africa
  65. South Korea
  66. Spain
  67. Sweden
  68. Switzerland
  69. Togo
  70. Trinidad and Tobago
  71. Tunisia
  72. Turkey
  73. U.S.A
  74. U.S.S.R
  75. UAE
  76. Ukraine
  77. Uruguay
  78. Wales
  79. West Germany
  80. Yugoslavia
  81. Zaire (D.R .Congo)

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