Learn About the Clubs That Won World Cup Titles the Most

  • Publish date: Wednesday، 21 December 2022
Learn About the Clubs That Won World Cup Titles the Most

The Argentine national team succeeded in winning the 2022 World Cup, after defeating France by penalty shootout at Lusail Stadium, after the end of the original and extra time with three goals in each net.

Argentina managed to achieve the third title in its history, surpassing France, which has two titles, achieved in 1998 and 2018.

Juventus has become the club with the most players to win the World Cup in history, with 27 players, surpassing Bayern Munich.

According to the Italian "Calciomercato" website, Juventus has become the club whose players have won the most World Cup titles, with 27 players, after Angel Di Maria and Leandro Paredes crowned the Qatar 2022 World Cup with Argentina.

Angel Di Maria presented an impressive performance during the final match and caused a penalty kick that Messi translated into a goal, while he scored another goal before the end of the first half of the final.

Bayern Munich comes second with 24 players, and that number could have increased if the French team had succeeded in winning the 2022 World Cup.

As there are 4 French players who play for Bayern Munich, and they are Daewoo Upamecano, Benjamin Pavard, Kingsley Coman, and Lucas Hernandez.

As for the third place, it is Inter Milan, with 21 players, after Lautaro Martinez succeeded in winning the title with Argentina National Team.

Who are the Juventus players who won the World Cup?

Juventus included throughout its history a number of Italian players who formed the pillars of the "Azzurri" during its coronation of the World Cup (1934, 1938, 1982, and 2006), led by Gianluigi Buffon, defenders Gaetano Scirea and Fabio Cannavaro, and strikers Raimundo Orsi and Alessandro Del Piero.

In addition to Cannavaro and Del Piero, Italy's squad for the 2006 World Cup also included two Juventus players, Gianluca Zambrotta and Mauro Camoranesi.

In the 1934 World Cup, Italy's list included Janiero Combi, Virginio Rosetta, Umberto Caligaris, Luigi Bertolini, Luis Monti, Mario Farlin, Felici Borrell, Giovanni Ferrari, and Raimundo Orsi, all from Juventus.

In the 1982 World Cup, Italy included Dino Zoff, Antonio Cabrini, Claudio Gentile, Gaetano Scirea, and Marco Tardelli, as well as Paolo Rossi, all from Juventus.

When Zinedine Zidane won the 1998 World Cup, he was a player for Juventus at the time, and the same applies to his compatriot Didier Deschamps.

And in the 2018 World Cup in Russia, Blaise Matuidi, a Juventus player at the time, succeeded in winning the World Cup title with the French national team.