Relive historic World Cup moments with FIFA.com's new Classic World Cup homepage
Packed with Final highlights, iconic images, exclusive interviews and more
Immerse yourself in all previous 20 global finals ahead of Russia 2018
From the Maracanazo to the Miracle of Berne, from the wonders of Pele to the marvels of Maradona, the FIFA World Cup™ has produced so many historic moments – and you can relive them all on FIFA.com!
Our newly-launched Classic World Cup homepage transports users back in time, allowing you to revisit every previous tournament through Final highlights, iconic images and exclusive interviews from World Cup legends.
Whether you want to watch the highlights of the first ever World Cup final in 1930 or take a detailed, interactive look at the prized Trophy, FIFA.com has you covered.
Is there a World Cup edition that resonates with you? Whether you’re mad about Mexico 1986 or want to know more about Sweden 1958, you can also visit our dedicated tournament pages.
Packed with intriguing video features, stunning photos and exclusive interviews, you can relive all previous 20 global finals to whet the appetite ahead of Russia 2018.
Fabio Cannavaro, Horst Eckel, Just Fontaine, Geoff Hurst, Mario Kempes, Diego Maradona, Lothar Matthaus, Gerd Muller, Pele, Carles Puyol, Romario, Ronaldo, Paolo Rossi – and many more – are among the legends sharing their World Cup memories with us.
We also had the immense privilege to chat with Alcides Ghiggia, the man who silenced the Maracana in 1950, and Francisco Varallo, who played in the first World Cup Final, shorty before they passed away aged 88 and 100 respectively.
Not only that, you can also experience iconic matches in full. Whether you want to see Paolo Rossi’s Italy take on Zico’s Brazil in 1982 or Cameroon shocking then-champions Argentina in 1990, you can take in the full 90 minutes. Or if you wanted to see Argentina-England from 1986 – the game which included Maradona’s controversial 'Hand of God' and a winning goal that was voted goal of the century by users of FIFA.com – why not watch it below?
To visit our tournament landing pages, head to the links below:
Uruguay 1930 – Italy 1934 – France 1938 – Brazil 1950 – Switzerland 1954 – Sweden 1958 – Chile 1962 – England 1966 – Mexico 1970 – Germany 1974 – Argentina 1978 – Spain 1982 – Mexico 1986 – Italy 1990 – USA 1994 – France 1998 – Korea/Japan 2002 – Germany 2006 – South Africa 2010 – Brazil 2014