How many world Cups do Italy have?

How many world Cups do Italy have?

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Italy is one of the most successful national teams in the history of the World Cup, having won four titles (1934, 1938, 1982, 2006), just one fewer than Brazil.

Why does Italy have 4 stars?

ROME: The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) on Monday unveiled its new logo with four stars representing the country’s World Cup triumphs ahead of the 2018 finals in Russia. “The new logo has made the four-star world triumphs more visible because they represent the pride of the whole country.”

Who won the FIFA in 1938?

Italy national football team
1938 FIFA World Cup/Champion

Who won the 1936 World Cup?

1938 FIFA World Cup

Coupe du Monde France 1938
Champions Italy (2nd title)
Runners-up Hungary
Third place Brazil
Fourth place Sweden

Did Italy make the World Cup?

The group winner, Switzerland, qualified directly for the World Cup finals, while the runner-up, Italy, advanced to the second round (play-offs).

When did Italy miss the World Cup?

Four-time champion Italy failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup, missing the tournament for the first time since 1958 after losing in the playoffs to Sweden. Now, after winning Euro 2020 in July, it may have to beat Euro 2016 champion Portugal to avoid a second straight failure.

Why does Italy wear blue?

The Italians’ football and rugby (both codes) teams wear blue in honour of the House of Savoy, under whom Italy was unified in 1861. The Italians wore a light blue scarf, which then remained as the sporting colour in Italy.

Why are Italy called the Azzurri?

It owes its name to the fact that it is the color of the Savoy family, the dynasty that reigned in Italy from 1861 to 1946. …

Who won FIFA World Cup 1934?

1934 FIFA World Cup/Champion

Who was 3rd in World Cup?

2018 FIFA World Cup

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Third place Belgium
Fourth place England
Tournament statistics
Matches played 64

Who won 1934 World Cup?

Who won the 1940 World Cup?

West Germany
West Germany were the tournament winners, defeating Olympic champions Hungary 3–2 in the final, overturning a 2–0 deficit in the process, with Helmut Rahn scoring the winner.

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