Records and Numbers from The World Cup History Part 3

  • Publish date: Friday، 02 September 2022
Records and Numbers from The World Cup History Part 3
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The coach most participating in the World Cup in terms of the number of matches is the German Helmut Schön, coach of the German national team, where he participated in 25 matches from 1966-1978

The coaches who participated in the most World Cups with different teams:

Brazilian Carlos Alberto Pereira, where he coached six teams: Kuwait national team in 1982, UAE team in 1990, Brazil team in 1994, Saudi Arabia in 1998, Brazil in 2006 and South Africa in 2010.

Serbian Bora Milutinovic, where he coached five teams: Mexico in 1986, Costa Rica in 1990, America in 1994, Nigeria in 1998 and China in 2002.

The coache who won the most matches: Helmut Schön, the German coach, won 16 matches.

The coach with the most World Cup crowning: Italian Vittorio Pozzo, coach of the Italian national team in 1934 and 1938.

The coach with the most consecutive victories is the Brazilian Luis Felipe Scolari, who won 11 consecutive matches with the national teams of Brazil and Portugal (in the 2002 and 2006 World Cups).

Youngest coach in the World Cup: Argentine Juan Jose Tramotola, coach of the Argentina national team in the 1930 World Cup, when he was 27 years and 267 days.

Oldest coach in the World Cup: German Otto Rehhagel, coach of the Greek national team in the 2010 World Cup, when he was 71 years and 317 days old.

Largest spectator in a match: 199,854 spectators in the match between the Uruguayan national football team and the Brazil national football team in the 1950 World Cup at the Maracana Stadium.

Minimum attendance in a World Cup match: 300 people in the match of the Romanian national team and the Peruvian national team in the 1930 World Cup in Poquitos Stadium.

Most attendance at a World Cup: 68,991 at the 1994 World Cup.

Lowest fan attendance at a World Cup: 23,235 at the 1934 World Cup.

The teams that have played the most penalty shootouts: Argentina national team, France national team, Italy national team and Germany national team, they have played four times.

The teams that have played the most penalty shootouts in a single tournament: Argentina (1990) and Spain (2002).

The team that has won the most penalty shootouts is the German national team, which has won four matches by penalty kicks.

The team that has won the most penalty kicks in a single tournament: Argentina in the 1990 World Cup, where they won twice, and Croatia in the 2018 World Cup, twice as well.

The player who has taken the most penalty kicks and lost in it: Roberto Baggio, where he played three times (World Cup 1990, World Cup 1994 and World Cup 1998).

The first goal in the history of the World Cup was scored by France striker Lucien Laurent in the opening match between France and Mexico in the 1930 World Cup hosted by Uruguay.

The first player to score an own goal is the left defender "Lorcher" of the Swiss team, in the match against Germany, which ended with Germany's 4-2 victory, in the 1938 World Cup in France.