World Cup 2022 final on December 18, 2022 at 3:00 PM

The Lusail Stadium will host the 2022 World Cup Final on December 18, 2022, which will be the 64th match of the World Championship. The World Cup final is the final match of the tournament, and the winner earns the title of world champion.

The Lusail Stadiums, which have a capacity of 80,000, will host the 2022 World Cup final. The most recent final, which took place in Russia in 2018, was won by France.

When is the 2022 World Cup final?

The final is on December 18, 2022, a national holiday in Qatar. The match will start at 3:00 PM UK time and will be played by the winners of the two semi-finals of the 2022 World Cup.

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The final match has a standard playing period of 90 minutes. If there is a draw, 30 minutes will be added to the game. If the score remains tied after that, penalties will be applied. The final is a one-game affair, rather than a home-and-away affair.

On the base of the trophy is etched the name of the victorious country.

All World Cup Finals

Finals were played in 1930 and 1934 by countries that had never previously reached the final match. In successive finals, there was always a country that has previously competed in the match.

Uruguay, Italy, Germany, England, Argentina, and France were the six countries that won the final as hosts: Uruguay, Italy, Germany, England, Argentina, and France. As hosts, Brazil and Sweden lost the game.

All of the World Cup finals are listed here.

Year Winner Second Score Note Host
1930 Uruguay Uruguay Argentina Argentina 4-2 Uruguay Uruguay
1934 Italy Italy Czech Republic Czech Republic 2-1 after extra time Italy Italy
1938 Italy Italy Hungary Hungary 4-2 France France
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1946
1950 Uruguay Uruguay Brazil Brazil 2-1 Brazil Brazil
1954 Germany Germany Hungary Hungary 3-2 Switzerland Switzerland
1958 Brazil Brazil Sweden Sweden 5-2 Sweden Sweden
1962 Brazil Brazil Czech Republic Czech Republic 3-1 Chili Chili
1966 England England Germany Germany 4-2 after extra time England England
1970 Brazil Brazil Italy Italy 4-1 Mexico Mexico
1974 Germany Germany Netherlands Netherlands 2-1 Germany Germany
1978 Argentina Argentina Netherlands Netherlands 3-1 after extra time Argentina Argentina
1982 Italy Italy Germany Germany 3-1 Spain Spain
1986 Argentina Argentina Germany Germany 3-2 Mexico Mexico
1990 Germany Germany Argentina Argentina 1-0 Italy Italy
1994 Brazil Brazil Italy Italy 0-0 3-2 penalties United States United States
1998 France France Brazil Brazil 3-0 France France
2002 Brazil Brazil Germany Germany 2-0 Japan Japan
2006 Italy Italy France France 1-1 5-3 penalties Germany Germany
2010 Spain Spain Netherlands Netherlands 1-0 after extra time South Africa South Africa
2014 Germany Germany Argentina Argentina 1-0 after extra time Brazil Brazil
2018 France France Croatia Croatia 4-2 Russia Russia
2022 not yet known not yet known not yet known not yet known Qatar Qatar

All World Cup final winners

Thirteen countries made it to the final fight at least once in the 21 finals. The final has only ever been won by eight countries, with Brazil leading the way.

England has only appeared in and won one World Cup final.

The following is a list of all World Cup champions.

Country Winner Years Second Years
Brazil Brazil 5 1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, 2002 2 1950, 1998
Germany Germany 4 1954, 1974, 1990, 2014 4 1966, 1982, 1986, 2002
Italy Italy 4 1934, 1938, 1982, 2006 2 1970, 1994
Argentina Argentina 2 1978, 1986 3 1930, 1990, 2014
France France 2 1998, 2018 1 2006
Uruguay Uruguay 2 1930, 1950 0
Spain Spain 1 2010 0
England England 1 1966 0
Netherlands Netherlands 0 3 1974, 1978, 2010
Czech Republic Czech Republic 0 2 1934, 1962
Hungary Hungary 0 2 1938, 1954
Sweden Sweden 0 1 1958
Croatia Croatia 0 1 2018

World Cup final winners by confederation

So far, only European and South American nations have won the World Cup finals.

The following is a list of all World Cup winners by confederation.

Confederation Participation Winner Second
UEFA UEFA 28 12 16
CONMEBOL CONMEBOL 14 9 5

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