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Team

Overall

Most World Cup appearances: 19, (only country to appear in every World Cup)
For a detailed list, see National team appearances in the FIFA World Cup
Most championships: 5,
Most appearances in a World Cup final: 7, and
Most appearances in semifinal/last four: 11,
For a detailed list of top four appearances, see FIFA World Cup#Successful national teams
Most matches played: 92, and
Fewest matches played: 1, (as )
Most wins: 64,
Most losses: 22,
Most draws: 19, and
Most matches played without a win or a draw: 6,
Most matches played without a win: 6, and
Most goals scored: 201,
Most goals conceded: 112,
Fewest goals scored: 0, , , (as ), , , and (as ).
Fewest goals conceded: 2,
Most matches played without scoring a goal: 3, , , , , and (as ).
Highest average of goals scored per match: 2.72,
Lowest average of goals conceded per match:0.67, (2 goals in 3 matches)
Most meetings between two teams: 7 times, vs (1938, 1950, 1958, 1978, 1990 and twice in 1994)
Most meetings between two teams, Final match: 2 times, vs (1970 & 1994) & vs (1986 & 1990)
Most appearances, always advancing from first round: 3, and
Most appearances, never advancing from first round: 8,


In one tournament

Most wins: 7, , 2002
Most goals scored: 27, , 1954
Fewest goals conceded: 0, , 2006
Most goals conceded: 16, , 1954
Most minutes without conceding a goal: 517 mins, , 1990
Highest goal difference: +17, , 1954
Lowest goal difference: -16, , 1954
Highest average of goals scored per match: 5.40, , 1954
Most goals scored, champions: 25, , 1954
Fewest goals scored, champions: 11, , 1938, , 1966, and , 1994
Fewest goals conceded, champions: 2, , 1998, and , 2006
Most goals conceded, champions: 14, , 1954
Worst performance by a defending champion: 1 draw, 2 losses and 0 goals scored, , 2002


Streaks

Most consecutive championships: 2, (1934–1938) and (1958–1962).
Most consecutive final matches: 3, (1982–1990) and (1994–2002).
Most consecutive runners-up: 2, (1974–1978) and (1982–1986).
Most consecutive first-round eliminations: 8, (1954–1958, 1974–1990, 1998).
Most consecutive finals tournaments: 19, (1930–2010).
Most consecutive successful qualification attempts: 7, (1986–2010).
Most consecutive failed qualification attempts: 18, (19342010).
Most consecutive wins: 11, , from 2-1 Turkey (2002) to 3-0 Ghana (2006).
Most consecutive matches without a loss: 13, , from 3-0 Austria (1958) to 2-0 Bulgaria (1966).
Most consecutive losses: 9, , from 1-4 France (1930) to 0-3 Sweden (1958).
Most consecutive matches without a win: 17, , from 0-1 Argentina (1962) to 0-3 Nigeria (1994).
Most consecutive draws: 5, , from 0-0 Netherlands (1998) to 1-1 Tunisia (2002).
Most consecutive matches without a draw: 16, , from 3-1 Hungary (1966) to 1-0 Netherlands (2006).
Most consecutive matches scoring at least one goal: 18, (1930–1958) and (1934–1958).
Most consecutive matches scoring at least two goals: 11, (1930–1954)
Most consecutive matches scoring at least three / four goals: 4, (1930–1950) and (1954) (four goals); also (1966), (1970), (1970),
Most consecutive matches scoring at least six / eight goals: 2, (1954) (eight goals); also (1950) (six goals)
Most consecutive matches without scoring a goal: 5, (1930–1994).
Most consecutive matches without conceding a goal: 5, (1990).
Most consecutive matches conceding at least one goal: 22, (1934–1994).
Most consecutive matches conceding at least two goals: 9, (1930–1958).
Most consecutive matches conceding at least three goals: 5, (1930–1950).
Most consecutive matches conceding at least four goals: 3, (1930–1950), (1930–1950).
Most consecutive matches conceding at least five / six / seven goals: 2, (1954) (seven goals); also (1930–1934) (six goals); also (1954) (five goals).


Individual

For records regarding goalscoring, see Goalscoring; for records regarding goalkeeping, see Goalkeeping
Most tournaments played: 5, Antonio Carbajal ( , 1950–1966) and Lothar Matthäus ( Germany, 1982–1998).
See below for a list of players with four or more tournament appearances
Most championships: 3, Pelé ( , 1958, 1962 and 1970).
See here for a list of players who have won multiple FIFA World Cups
Most matches played, finals: 25, Lothar Matthäus ( Germany, 1982–1998).
Most minutes played, finals: 2,217 minutes, Paolo Maldini ( , 1990–2002).
Most matches played, qualifying: 68, Iván Hurtado ( , 1994–2010)
Most matches won: 16, Cafu ( , 1994–2006).
Most appearances in a World Cup final: 3, Cafu ( , 1994–2002).
Most appearances as captain: 16, Diego Maradona ( , 1986–1994).
Most appearances as substitute: 11, Denílson ( , 1998–2002).
Youngest player: 17 years and 41 days, Norman Whiteside ( , vs Yugoslavia, 1982).
Youngest player, final: 17 years and 249 days, Pelé ( , vs Sweden, 1958) .
Youngest player, qualifying match: 13 years and 310 days, Souleymane Mamam ( , vs Zambia, May 6, 2001, 2002 CAF Group 1).
Youngest captain: 21 years and 109 days, Tony Meola ( , vs Czechoslovakia, June 10, 1990, 1990).
Oldest player: 42 years and 39 days, Roger Milla ( , vs Russia, 1994).
Oldest player, final: 40 years and 133 days, Dino Zoff ( , vs Germany, 1982).
Oldest player, qualifying match: 46 years and 180 days, MacDonald Taylor ( , vs St. Kitts and Nevis, February 18, 2004, 2006 CONCACAF Prelim Group 4).
Oldest captain: 40 years and 292 days, Peter Shilton ( , vs Italy, July 7, 1990, 1990).
Largest age difference on the same team: 24 years and 42 days, 1994, (Rigobert Song: 17 years and 358 days; Roger Milla: 42 years and 35 days).
Largest age difference on a champion team: 21 years and 297 days, 1982, (Dino Zoff: 40 years and 133 days; Giuseppe Bergomi: 18 years and 201 days).
Longest period between World Cup finals appearances as a player: 12 years and 13 days, Alfred Bickel ( , 1938–1950).
Longest span of World Cup finals appearances as a player: 16 years, Antonio Carbajal ( , 1950–1966); Hugo Sánchez ( , 1978–1994); Giuseppe Bergomi ( , 1982–1998); Lothar Matthäus ( , 1982–1998); .
Longest period between World Cup finals appearances, overall: 44 years, Tim ( , 1938, as a player; and , 1982, as coach).


Most tournaments appeared (players)

Player Appearances
Antonio Carbajal 5 (1950, 54, 58, 62, 66)
Lothar Matthäus 5 (1982, 86, 90, 94, 98)
Carlos José Castilho 4 (1950*, 54, 58*, 62*)
Nílton Santos 4 (1950*, 54, 58, 62)
Djalma Santos 4 (1954, 58, 62, 66)
Pelé 4 (1958, 62, 66, 70)
Bobby Charlton 4 (1958*, 62, 66, 70)
Karl-Heinz Schnellinger 4 (1958, 62, 66, 70)
Uwe Seeler 4 (1958, 62, 66, 70)
Lev Yashin 4 (1958, 62, 66, 70*)
Pedro Rocha 4 (1962, 66, 70, 74)
Enrico Albertosi 4 (1962*, 66, 70, 74*)
Gianni Rivera 4 (1962, 66, 70, 74)
Dobromir Zhechev 4 (1962, 66, 70, 74*)
Sepp Maier 4 (1966*, 70, 74, 78)
Dino Zoff 4 (1970*, 74, 78, 82)
Władysław Żmuda 4 (1974, 78, 82, 86)
Émerson Leão 4 (1970*, 74, 78, 86*)
Diego Maradona 4 (1982, 86, 90, 94)
Giuseppe Bergomi 4 (1982, 86, 90, 98)
Jim Leighton 4 (1982*, 86, 90, 98)
Enzo Scifo 4 (1986, 90, 94, 98)
Franky Van Der Elst 4 (1986, 90, 94, 98)
Andoni Zubizarreta 4 (1986, 90, 94, 98)
Hong Myung-Bo 4 (1990, 94, 98, 02)
Hwang Sun-Hong 4 (1990, 94, 98*, 02)
Paolo Maldini 4 (1990, 94, 98, 02)
Fernando Hierro 4 (1990*, 94, 98, 02)
Marc Wilmots 4 (1990*, 94, 98, 02)
Jacques Songo'o 4 (1990*, 94, 98, 02*)
Mohamed Al-Deayea 4 (1994, 98, 02, 06*)
Sami Al-Jaber 4 (1994, 98, 02, 06)
Cafu 4 (1994, 98, 02, 06)
Ronaldo 4 (1994*, 98, 02, 06)
Oliver Kahn 4 (1994*, 98*, 02, 06)
Kasey Keller 4 (1990*, 98, 02*, 06)
Claudio Reyna 4 (1994*, 98, 02, 06)
*Did not play but was part of the squad.

Goalscoring

Individual

Most goals scored, overall finals: 15, Ronaldo ( , 1998–2006).
For a detailed list of the overall top goalscorers, see below
Most goals scored, overall qualifying: 30, Ali Daei ( , 1994–2006).
Most goals scored in a tournament: 13, Just Fontaine ( ), 1958.
For a detailed list of top goalscorers in each tournament (Golden Boot winner), see FIFA World Cup awards#Golden Shoe - Top Goalscorers
Most goals scored in a match: 5, Oleg Salenko ( , vs Cameroon, 1994).
Most goals scored in a lost match: 4, Ernest Wilimowski ( , vs Brazil, 1938).
Most goals scored in a qualifying match: 13, Archie Thompson ( , vs American Samoa, 2002 OFC Group 1).
Most goals scored in one Final: 3, Geoff Hurst ( , vs West Germany, 1966).
Most goals scored in all Final matches: 3, Vavá ( , 2 vs Sweden in 1958 & 1 vs Czechoslovakia in 1962), Pelé ( , 2 vs Sweden in 1958 & 1 vs Italy in 1970), Geoff Hurst ( , 3 vs West Germany in 1966), and Zinedine Zidane ( , 2 vs Brazil in 1998 & 1 vs Italy in 2006).
Most matches with at least one goal: 11, Ronaldo ( , 1998–2006).
Most consecutive matches with at least one goal: 6, Just Fontaine ( , 1958) and Jairzinho ( , 1970).
Most matches with at least two goals: 4, Sándor Kocsis ( , 1954), Just Fontaine ( , 1958), and Ronaldo ( , 1998–2006).
Most consecutive matches with at least two goals: 4, Sándor Kocsis ( , 1954).
The only Olympic goal: Marcos Coll ( vs , 1962)
Most hat-tricks: 2, Sándor Kocsis ( , 1954), Just Fontaine ( , 1958), Gerd Müller ( , 1970), and Gabriel Batistuta ( , 1994 and 1998).
Most consecutive hat-tricks: 2, Sándor Kocsis ( , 1954) and Gerd Müller ( , 1970).
Fastest hat-trick & Most goals scored by a substitute in a match: 8 minutes, László Kiss ( ), scored at 69', 72', and 76' against El Salvador, 1982.
Hat-tricks from the penalty spot: Never occurred in the final tournament. Twice in qualification: Kubilay Türkyilmaz ( , vs Faroe Islands, October 7, 2000, 2002 UEFA Group 1); Ronaldo ( , vs Argentina, June 2, 2004, 2006 CONMEBOL).
Scoring in every match of a World Cup: Alcides Ghiggia ( ), 4 goals in 4 matches (1950), Just Fontaine ( ), 13 goals in 6 matches (1958), Jairzinho ( ), 7 goals in 6 matches (1970).
Most tournaments with at least one goal: 4, Pelé ( , 1958–1970) and Uwe Seeler ( , 1958–1970).
Most tournaments with at least two goals: 4, Uwe Seeler ( , 1958–1970).
Most tournaments with at least three goals: 3, Jürgen Klinsmann ( , 1990–1998) and Ronaldo ( , 1998–2006).
Most tournaments with at least four goals: 2, Helmut Rahn ( , 1954–1958), Gerd Müller ( , 1970–1974), Vavá ( , 1958–1962), Pelé ( , 1958, 1970), Teófilo Cubillas ( , 1970, 1978), Gary Lineker ( , 1986–1990), Gabriel Batistuta ( , 1994–1998), Ronaldo ( , 1998–2002), Christian Vieri ( , 1998–2002), and Miroslav Klose ( , 2002–2006).
Most tournaments with at least five goals: 2, Teófilo Cubillas ( 1970, 1978) and Miroslav Klose ( , 2002–2006).
Longest period between a player's first and last goals: 12 years, Pelé ( , 1958–1970), Uwe Seeler ( , 1958–1970), Diego Maradona ( , 1982–1994), Michael Laudrup ( , 1986–1998), Henrik Larsson ( , 1994–2006), and Sami Al-Jaber ( , 1994–2006).
Youngest goalscorer: 17 years and 239 days, Pelé ( , vs Wales, 1958).
Youngest hat-trick scorer: 17 years and 244 days, Pelé ( , vs France, 1958).
Youngest goalscorer, final: 17 years and 249 days, Pelé ( , vs Sweden, 1958).
Oldest goalscorer: 42 years and 39 days, Roger Milla ( , vs Russia, 1994).
Oldest hat-trick scorer: 33 years and 159 days, Tore Keller ( , vs Cuba, 1938).
Oldest goalscorer, final: 35 years, 263 days, Nils Liedholm ( , vs Brazil, 1958).
Most penalties scored (excluding during shootouts): 4, Eusébio ( , 4 in 1966), Rob Rensenbrink ( , 4 in 1978) - both records for one tournament - and Gabriel Batistuta ( , 2 each in 1994 and 1998).
Fastest goal from kickoff: 11 seconds, Hakan Şükür ( , vs Korea Republic, June 29, 2002, 2002).
For a detailed list of the fastest goals from kickoff, see below
Fastest goal by a substitute: 16 seconds, Ebbe Sand ( , vs Nigeria, June 28, 1998, 1998).
Fastest goal in a final: 90 seconds, Johan Neeskens ( , vs West Germany, July 7, 1974, 1974).
Fastest goal in a qualifying match: 8 seconds, Davide Gualtieri ( , vs England, November 17, 1993, 1994 UEFA Group 2).
Latest goal from kickoff: 121st minute, Alessandro Del Piero ( vs Germany, July 4, 2006, 2006).
Latest goal from kickoff in a final:120th minute, Geoff Hurst ( ) vs West Germany 1966 (see "they think it's all over").


List of overall top goalscorers

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Team

Biggest margin of victory: 9, (9) vs (0), 1954; (9) vs (0), 1974; (10) vs (1), 1982.
Biggest margin of victory, qualifying match: 31, (31) vs (0), April 11, 2001, 2002 OFC Group 1.
Most goals scored in a match, one team: 10, , vs El Salvador, 1982.
Most goals scored in a match, both teams: 12, (7) vs (5), 1954.
Highest scoring draw: 4-4, vs (AET), 1954, and vs , 1962.
Largest deficit overcome in a win: 3 goals, , 1954 (coming from 0-3 down to win 7-5 vs ) and , 1966 (coming from 0-3 down to win 5-3 vs ).
Largest deficit overcome in a draw: 3 goals, , 1962 (coming from 0-3 down to draw 4-4 vs ) and , 2002 (coming from 0-3 down to draw 3-3 vs ).
Most goals scored in extra time, both teams: 5, (3) vs (2), 1970.
Most goals scored in a final, one team: 5, , 1958.
Most goals scored in a final, both teams: 7, (5) vs. (2), 1958.
Fewest goals scored in a final, both teams: 0, (0) vs. (0), 1994.
Largest goal difference in a final: 3, (3) vs. (0) 1998 and (4) vs. (1), 1970 and (5) vs. (2), 1958.
Largest deficit overcome in a win in a final: 2, , 1954 (coming from 0-2 down to win 3-2 vs ).
Most individual goalscorers for one team, one match: 7, , vs , 1974 (Dušan Bajević, Dragan Džajić, Ivica Šurjak, Josip Katalinski, Vladislav Bogićević, Branko Oblak, Ilija Petković).
Most individual goalscorers for one team, one tournament: 10, , 1982 (Gérard Soler, Bernard Genghini, Michel Platini, Didier Six, Maxime Bossis, Alain Giresse, Dominique Rocheteau, Marius Trésor, René Girard, Alain Couriol) and , 2006 (Alessandro Del Piero, Alberto Gilardino, Fabio Grosso, Vincenzo Iaquinta, Filippo Inzaghi, Marco Materazzi, Andrea Pirlo, Luca Toni, Francesco Totti, Gianluca Zambrotta).
Largest goal difference improvement in consecutive matches: +10: (1954) — lost 1-4 to , then won 7-0 over ; and (1954) — lost 3-8 to , then won 7-2 over .
Largest goal difference disimprovement in consecutive matches: -12: (1938) — won 8-0 over , then lost 1-5 to ; (1954) — won 7-0 over , then lost 2-7 to ; (1982) — won 10-1 over , then lost 1-4 to .


Tournament

Most goals scored in a tournament: 171 goals, 1998.
Fewest goals scored in a tournament: 70 goals 1930 and 1934.
Most goals per match in a tournament: 5.38 goals per match, 1954.
Fewest goals per match in a tournament: 2.21 goals per match, 1990.


Own goals

Most own goals in a tournament: 4 goals, 1954, 1998 & 2006.


Most own goals in a match: 2, vs , 2002 (Jorge Costa of Portugal and Jeff Agoos of USA).
Scoring for both teams in the same match: Ernie Brandts ( , vs Italy, 1978 - own goal in the 18th minute, goal in the 50th minute).


Goalkeeping

Most clean sheets (matches without conceding): 10, Peter Shilton ( , 1982–1990) and Fabien Barthez ( , 1998–2006)
Most consecutive minutes without conceding: 517 mins, Walter Zenga ( , 1990)
Most goals conceded: 25, Antonio Carbajal ( ) and Mohamed Al-Deayea ( )
Most goals conceded, one tournament: 16, Hong Duk-Yung ( ), 1954
Most goals conceded, one match: 10, Luis Guevara Mora ( ), 1982 (vs )
Fewest goals conceded, one tournament, champions: 2, Fabien Barthez ( ), 1998 and Gianluigi Buffon ( , 2006)
Fewest goals conceded, one tournament: 0, Pascal Zuberbühler ( ), 2006
Most penalties saved, one tournament (excluding during shootouts): 2, Jan Tomaszewski ( ), 1974 and Brad Friedel ( ), 2002


Coaching

Most matches coached: 25, Helmut Schön ( , 1966–1978).
Most matches won: 16, Helmut Schön ( , 1966–1978).
Most championships: 2, Vittorio Pozzo ( , 1934–1938).
Most tournaments: 5, Bora Milutinović (1986–2002) and Carlos Alberto Parreira (1982, 1990–1998, 2006).
Most nations coached: 5, Bora Milutinović ( , 1986; , 1990; , 1994; , 1998; , 2002).
Most consecutive wins: 11, Luiz Felipe Scolari ( , 2002, 7 wins; , 2006, 4 wins - Portugal "won" its next match, the quarterfinal against England, by penalty kicks, which technically counts as a draw).
Most consecutive matches without a loss: 12, Luiz Felipe Scolari ( , 2002, 7 matches; , 2006, 5 matches).
Youngest coach: 27 years and 267 days, Juan José Tramutola ( , 1930)
Oldest coach: 70 years and 131 days, Cesare Maldini ( , 2002)
Quickest substitution made: 4th minute, Cesare Maldini, Giuseppe Bergomi for Alessandro Nesta ( , vs Austria, 1998); Sven-Göran Eriksson, Peter Crouch for Michael Owen ( , vs Sweden, 2006).
Most championship wins as player and head coach: 3, Mário Zagallo, (1958 & 1962 as player, 1970 as coach)
Most final appearances as player and head coach: 4, Mário Zagallo, (1958 & 1962 as player, 1970 & 1998 as coach); Franz Beckenbauer, (1966 & 1974 as player, 1986 & 1990 as coach)
Won tournaments as both player and head coach: Mário Zagallo, (1958 & 1962 as player, 1970 as coach); Franz Beckenbauer, (1974 as player, 1990 as coach)


Refereeing

Most tournaments: 3, Jean Langenus ( Belgiummarker, 1930–1938), Ivan Eklind ( Swedenmarker, 1934–1950), Benjamin Griffiths ( Walesmarker, 1950–1958), Arthur Ellis ( Englandmarker, 1950–1958), Juan Gardeazábal ( Spainmarker, 1958–1966), Jamal Al Sharif ( Syriamarker, 1986–1994), Joël Quiniou ( Francemarker, 1986–1994), Ali Mohamed Bujsaim ( UAEmarker, 1994–2002)
Most matches refereed, overall: 8, Joël Quiniou ( Francemarker), 1986–1994
Most matches refereed, one tournament: 6, Benito Archundia ( Mexicomarker), 2006, and Horacio Elizondo ( Argentinamarker), 2006
Youngest referee: 24 years and 193 days, Juan Gardeazábal ( Spainmarker, 1958)
Oldest referee: 56 years and 236 days, George Reader ( Englandmarker, 1950)


Discipline

Note: There are no official records for cautions issued in tournaments before the introduction of yellow cards in 1970.

Fastest caution: first minute, Giampiero Marini ( ), vs , 1982; Sergei Gorlukovich ( ), vs , 1994.
Fastest sending off: 56 seconds, José Batista ( ), vs , 1986.
Latest caution: during penalty shootout: Edinho ( ) v 1986; Carlos Roa ( ), vs , 1998.
Latest sending off: 121 minutes Leandro Cufre ( ), vs , 2006.
Sent off from the bench: Claudio Caniggia ( ), vs , 2002.
Most cards (all-time, player): 6, Zinedine Zidane ( , 1998–2006) and Cafu ( , 1994–2006).
Most cautions (all-time, player): 6, Cafu ( , 1994–2006).
Most sendings off (all-time, player): 2, Rigobert Song ( , 1994 and 1998) and Zinedine Zidane ( , 1998 and 2006).
Most sendings off (tournament): 28 (in 64 games), 2006.
Most sendings off (all-time, team): 10, (in 64 games)
Most sendings off (match, both teams): 4 (2 each) in vs , 2006. (referee: Valentin Ivanov)
Most sendings off (final match): 2, 1990: both (v ): Pedro Monzón & Gustavo Dezotti
Most cautions (tournament): 345 in 64 matches, 2006.
Most cautions (all-time, team): 88, (in 64 games)
Most cautions (match, one team): 9, , vs Netherlands, 2006
Most cautions (match, both teams): 16 - vs , 2006; and v , June 11, 2002
Most cautions (match, player): 3 (61', 90', 93') Josip Šimunić ( ), vs , 2006 (referee: Graham Poll)
Most suspensions (tournament, player): 2, André Kana-Biyik ( 1990)
Longest suspension (player, doping): 15 months, Diego Maradona ( vs , 1994)
Longest suspension (player, misconduct):
Longest suspension, qualifying:
  • Life (amnestied after 12 years): Roberto Rojas ( vs , 1989) for feigning injury from a firecracker.


Attendance

Highest match attendance in a World Cup final tournament: 199,854, Uruguay vs Brazil, 16 July 1950, Maracanã Stadiummarker, Rio de Janeiromarker, Brazilmarker, World Cup 1950.
Lowest match attendance in a World Cup tournament: 300, Romania vs Peru, 14 July 1930, Estadio Pocitos, Montevideomarker, Uruguaymarker, World Cup 1930.
Highest match attendance in a World Cup qualifying match: 162,764, Brazil vs Colombia, 9 March 1977, Maracanã Stadium, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1978 CONMEBOL Group 1.
Lowest match attendance in a World Cup qualifying match: 0, Costa Rica vs Panama, 26 March 2005, Saprissa Stadium, San Juan de Tibás, Costa Rica, 2006 CONCACAF Final Group.
Highest average of attendance per match: 68,991, 1994.
Lowest average of attendance per match: 23,235, 1934.


Penalty shootouts

Most shootouts, team, all-time: 4, , , and
Most shootouts, team, tournament: 2, 1990 and 2002
Most shootouts, all teams, tournament: 4, 1990, 2006
Most wins, team, all-time: 4,
Less wins, team, tournament: 2, 1990
Most losses, team, all-time: 3, and
Most shootouts, kicker, all-time & Most losses, kicker, all-time: 3, Roberto Baggio, (1990 semi-final, 1994 final, 1998 quarter final)
Most goals, shootout, one team: 5, 1982, 1986, 1990, 1994, 2002, 2006
Most goals, shootout, both teams: 9, (in 4 matches)
Most goals, team, all-time: 17,
Most kicks taken, shootout, both teams: 12, vs 1982 and vs 1994
Most kicks taken, team, all-time: 21,
Most kicks taken, team, one tournament: 10, 2002
Most kicks missed, shootout, both teams: 5, vs 1990, vs 2002 and vs 2006
Most kicks missed, team, all-time: 7, (in 3 shootouts) and (in 4 shootouts)
Fewest goals, shootout, one team: 0, 2006 vs
Fewest goals conceded during after-match penalty shootouts: 0, Oleksandr Shovkovskiy ( ), 2006, vs
Most saves, all-time: 4, Sergio Goycochea and Harald Schumacher
Most saves, tournament: 4, Sergio Goycochea , 1990.
Most saves, shootout: 3, Ricardo , vs , 2006.


Top scoring teams by tournament

Note, totals do not include penalty shoot-outs. Teams in bold also won the tournament. Fewer than half of all World Cups have been won by the top-scoring team.



References and footnotes

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