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FIFA World Cup

This page is dedicated to the FIFA World Cup. Sets include World Cup Winning squads and sets for World Cup legends plus miscellaneous sets.

Football World Cup Winners

Here you can find sets dedicated to winners of FIFA's World Cup tournaments.

The "TRADINGCARDS1966" logo will not be on the cards you receive. 

Each set is £5.00

1930 - Uruguay


Uruguay met Argentina in the first ever World Cup Final in Montevideo. Having fought their way back into the match they finally won the trophy in a 4-2 victory with goals from Dorado, Cea, Iriarte and Castro.

1934 - Italy


Italy won the 1934 World Cup having beaten Czechoslovakia in Rome with goals from Orsi and Schiavio.

1938 - Italy

Holders Italy faced Hungary in the 1938 World Cup Final in Paris. In an entertaining game Italy won 4-2 with two goals from Silvio Piola and two from Gino Colaussi.

1950 - Uruguay

In the new group format the winners of the trophy would be decided by the final group game. Brazil, as hosts, were firm favourites and went ahead with a goal from Friaca. However Uruguay shocked the host nation with a goal each from Juan Schiaffino and Alcides Ghiggia.

1954 - West Germany

West Germany faced the Mighty Hungarians in Switzerland and were 2-0 behind with just 8 minutes played. However, they fought back with goals from Max Morlock and Helmut Rahn (2) to win the trophy for the first time

1958 - Brazil

A classic World Cup Final saw Pele take centre stage as Brazil beat a very good Sweden 5-2 with the 17 year old scoring twice, Vava adding two more and Zagallo also finding the net.

1962 - Brazil

Holders Brazil met Czechoslovakia in Santiago, Chile, and despite falling behind to a Masopust goal the South Americans ran out 3-1 winners with goals from Amarildo, Zito and Vava.

1966 - England

As hosts a lot was expected of England but they faced a very good West Germany at Wembley. In a classic game, Geoff Hurst scored a hat trick and Martin Peters scored another as England ran out 4-2 winners and captain Bobby Moore lifted the trophy.

1970 - Brazil

Brazil met Italy in Mexico for the trophy and simply blew their opponents away in one of the finest performances ever. Goals from Pele, Gerson, Jairzinho and Carlos Alberto saw them win the match 4-1.

1974 - West Germany

West Germany, led by Franz Beckenbauer, faced a very skillful Holland side in Munich. They fell behind to an early Neeskens' penalty but Paul Breitner also scored from the spot before Gerd Muller hit the winner for the Germans. 

1978 - Argentina

In a colourful Buenos Aries, Argentina faced Holland in the final. A Mario Kempes goal saw them take the lead but Nanninga equalised late for Holland. Argentina finally won the trophy in extra time with Kempes scoring again and Daniel Bertoni getting the third in a 3-1 victory.


1982 - Italy

The Italians faced West Germany in Madrid for the trophy. Goals from Rossi, Tardelli and Altobelli saw them win the game 3-1.

1986 - Argentina

In a classic final in Mexico, Argentina raced in to a 2 goal lead as Joe Luis Brown and Jorge Valdano found the net but their dreams seem to be shattered as Germany scored 2 late goals through Rummenigge and Voeller. Up stepped Jorge Burruchaga to score a sensational late winner.

1990 - Germany

East and West Germany had been unified and this new Germany had reached the final of Italia 90 where they faced Argentina. In a fiery game that saw two of their opponents sent off Germany won the trophy with a late penalty from Andreas Brehme.  

1994 - Brazil

Brazil faced Italy in Pasadena, USA, for the trophy. In a tense game and an even more nervous penalty shootout, Italy's Roberto Baggio missed his spot kick to give Brazil the trophy for a 4th time.

1998 - France


Two goals from Zinedine Zidane and a last minute strike from Emanuael Petit saw France truimph over Brazil in Paris.

2002 - Brazil


Brazil faced Germany in the 2002 tournament joint hosted by Japan and South Korea. Felipe Scolari's men ran out 2-0 winners as Ronaldo grabbed two goals.

2006 - Italy


In a tense final Italy faced France in Germany for the trophy. Having fallen behind, Italy equalised through Marco Materazzi and the match went to a penalty shootout. Italy kept their nerve to take the victory and the trophy.

2010 - Spain

Spain were the team to beat in South Africa but they faced a tough test against the skillful Dutch team. Andres Iniesta scored the only goal to give Spain their first World Cup triumph.

2014 - Germany


With the tournament being held in Brazil the hosts were much fancied but Germany beat them 7-1 in the semi-final then faced Argentina for the trophy. The final was tense with both teams creating chances but with just 7 minutes left of extra time Mario Gotze stepped of the bench to volley a sensational winner for the Germans.

2018 - France

France faced Croatia in the 2018 World Cup Final held in Moscow, Russia. France took the lead through an own goal but Croatia drew level. Antoine Griezmann Put France 2-1 up with a penalty before Paul Pogba and Kylian Mbappe added two more. Croatia scored a late consolation but France won the match 4-2 and lifted their second World Cup.

2022 - Argentina

Argentina met France in Qatar for the trophy. Argentina raced into a 2 goal lead with goals from Messi and Di Maria but Mbappe drew France level with 2 quick strikes. Messi and Mbappe both scored in extra time to end the game 3-3. It was Gonzalo Montiel who hit the winning kick in the resulting penalty shoot-out.

World Cup Legends Sets

The following sets represent players who have made an impact at the tournaments from the first in 1930 to modern day. Individual sets can be merged into one giant set. Biographies of each player can be found on reverse of cards.

World Cup Legends - Series 1


This Trading Card set contains 27 cards depicting some of the World Cup heroes and Icons from all previous World Cup final tournaments. 1930 Lucian Laurent France, 1934 Angelo Schiavio Italy, 1938 Gino Calaussi, 1950 Alcides Ghiggi Uruguay, 1954 Ferenc Puskas Hungary, 1954 Fritz Walter Germany, 1958 Juste Fontaine France, 1958 Garrincha Brazil, 1962 Zito Brazil, 1966 Eusebio Portugal, 1966 Geoff Hurst England, 1970 Pele Brazil, 1974 Franz Beckenbauer Germany, 1974 Johan Cruyff Holland, 1978 Mario Kempes Argentina, 1982 Dino Zoff Italy, 1982 Zico Brazil, 1982 Paulo Rossi Italy, 1986 Michel Platini France, 1986 Diego Maradona Argentina, 1986 Gary Lineker England, 1990 Lothar Matthaus Germany, 1990 Roger Milla Cameroon, 1998 Zinedine Zidane, 1998 Jose chilavert Chile, 2002 Miroslav Klose Germany, 2002 Ronaldo Brazil.


World Cup Legends - Series 2


This Trading Card set contains 27 cards depicting some of the World Cup heroes and Icons from all previous World Cup final tournaments. 1930 Guillmero Stabile Uruguay, 1934 Oldrich Nejedly Czochoslovakia, 1938 Leonidas Brazil, 1950 Juan Schiaffino Italy, 1954 Sandor Kocsis Hungary, 1954 Max Morlock Germany, 1958 Kurt Hamrin Sweden, 1958 Helmut Rahn Germany, 1962 Vava Chile, 1966 Lev Yashin Russia, 1966 Bobby Moore England, 1970 Gerd Muller Germany, 1970 Jairzinho Brazil, 1974 Sepp Meier Germany, 1974 Grzegorz Lato Poland, 1978 Teofilio Cubilas Peru, 1978 Rob Rensenbrink Holland, 1982 Claudio gentile Italy, 1982 Socrates Brazil, 1986 Hugo Sanchez Mexico, 1986 Karl Rummenigge Germany, 1990 Toto Schillaci italy, 1994 Romario Brazil, 1994 Oleg Salenko Russia, 1994 Hristo Stoichkov Bulgaria, 1998 Davor Suker Croatia, 2002 Rivaldo Brazil.


World Cup Legends - Series 3


This Trading card set contains 27 cards depicting some of the World Cup heroes and icons from all World Cup final tournaments. 1930 Pedro Cea Uruguay, 1938 Guyula Zsengeller Hungary, 1950 Ademir Brazil, 1950 Joseph Gaetjens USA, 1950 Stan Mortensen England, 1962 Leonel Sanchez Chile, 1966 Bobby Charlton England, 1970 Carlos Alberto Brazil, 1974 Paul Breitner Germany, 1978 Archie Gemmill Scotland, 1982 Bryan Robson England, 1982 Gerry Armstrong N.Ireland, 1986 Preben Elkjaer Denmark, 1990 Paul Gascoigne England, 1994 Kennet Andersson Sweden, 1994 Roberto Baggio, 2002 Ilhan Mansiz Turkey, 2002 Ahn Jung Whan South Korea, 2006 Aruna Dindane Ivory Coast, 2006 Maxi Rodriguez Argentina, 2006 Marcus Allback Sweden, 2006 Steven Gerrard England, 2006 David Villa Spain, 2006 Tim Cahill Australia, 2006 Thierry Henry France, 2006 Bastian Schweinsteiger Germany, 2006 Marco Materazzi Italy.


World Cup Legends - Series 4


This Trading card set contains 27 cards depicting some of the World Cup heroes and icons from all World Cup final tournaments. 1930 Guillermo Subiabre Chile, 1934 Ernst Wilemowski Poland, 1950 Telmo Zarra Spain, 1958 Peter McParland Northern Ireland, 1962 Florian Albert Hungary, 1966 Helmut Haller West Germany, 1966 Pak Doo-Ik North Korea, 1970 Gordon Banks England, 1974 Jurgen Sparwasser East Germany, 1978 Arie Haan Holland, 1978 Ramon Quiroga Peru, 1982 Allessandro Altobelli Italy, 1986 Emilio Butregueno Spain, 1990 Andreas Brehme Germany, 1994 Bebeto Brazil, 1998 Fabien Barthez France, 2002 Henri Camera Senegal, 2006 Lucas Podolski Germany, 2010 Ji Yun-Nam North Korea, 2010 Landon Donovan USA, 2010 Luis Fabiano Brazil, 2010 Gonzalo Higuian Argentina, 2010 Asamoah Gyan Ghana, 2010 Diego Forlan Uruguay, 2010 Wesley Sneijder Holland, 2010 Thomas Mueller Germany, 2010 Andres Iniesta Spain.


World Cup Legends - Series 5


This Trading card set contains 27 cards depicting some of the World Cup heroes and icons from all World Cup final tournaments. 1930 Bertrand Patenaude USA, 1934 Edmund Conen Germany, 1938 Silvio Piola Italy, 1950 Oscar Miguez Uruguay, 1954 Josef Hugi Switzerland, 1958 Ivor Allchurch Wales, 1962 Valentin Ivanov USSR, 1966 Martin Peters England, 1970 Roberto Boninsegna Italy, 1974 Manno Sanon Haiti, 1978 Hans Krankl Austria, 1982 Lakhdar Belloumi Algeria, 1986 Careca Brazil, 1990 Juan Cayasso Costa Rica, 1994 Ray Houghton Ireland, 1998 Dennis Bergkamp Holland, 2002 Brian McBride USA, 2006 Hernan Crespo Argentina, 2014 James Rodriguez Colombia, 2014 Tim Howard USA, 2014 Neymar Brazil, 2014 Keylor Navas Costa Rica, 2014 Manuel Neuer Germany, 2014 Arjen Robben Holland, 2014 Clint Dempsey USA, 2014 Javier Mascherano Argentina, 2014 Mario Gotze Gemany. 


World Cup Legends - Series 6

This Trading card set contains 27 cards depicting some of the World Cup heroes and icons from all World Cup final tournaments. 1930 Peregrino Anselmo Uruguay, Raimundo Orsi Italy, 1938 Gyorgy Sarosi Hungary, 1950 Chico Brazil, 1954 Eric Probst Austria, 1958 Zdenek Zikan Czechoslovakia, 1962 Drazan Jerkovic Yugoslavia, 1970 Luigi Riva Italy, 1970 Anatoliy Byshovets, 1974 Ralf Edstrom Sweden, 1974 Dusan Bajevic Yugoslavia, 1978 Dirceu Brazil, 1986 Igor Belanov USSR, 1990 Tomas Skuhravy Czechoslovakia, 1994 Jurgen Klinsmann Germany, 1998 Gabriel Batistuta Argentina, 2002 Cafu Brazil, 2002 Junichi Inamoto Japan, 2018 Philippe Countinho Brazil, 2018 Takashi Inui Japan, 2018 Eden Hazard Belgium, 2018 Harry Kane England, 2018 Denis Cheryshev Russia, 2018 Edinson Cavani Uruguay, 2018 Cristiano Ronaldo Portugal, 2018 Luka Modric Croatia, 2018 Kylian Mbappe France.  


World Cup Legends - Series 7

This Trading card set contains 27 cards depicting some of the World Cup heroes and icons from all World Cup final tournaments. 1934 Abdulrahman Fawzi Egypt, 1934 Leopold Kielholz Switzerland, 1934 Sven Jonasson Sweden, 1938 Gustav Wetterstrom Sweden, 1938 Peracio Brazil, 1950 Kosta Tomasevic Yugoslavia, 1954 Lefter Kucukandonyadis Turkey, 1954 Carlos Borges Uruguay, 1958 Derek Kevan England, 1962 Lajos Tichjy Hungary, Ferenc Bene Hungary, 1978 Leopoldo Luque Argentina, 1990 David Platt England, 1990 Walter Zenga Italy, 1994 Florin Raducioiu Romania, 1998 Luis Hernandez Mexico, 1998 Brian Laudrup Denmark, 1998 Theodore Whitmore Jamaica, 2022 Salem Al-Dawsari Saudi Arabia, 2022 Ritsu Doan Japan, 2022 Cody Gakpo Netherlands, 2022 Alvaro Morata Spain, 2022 Bukayo Saka England, 2022 Dominik Livakovic Croatia, 2022 Youssef En_Nesyri Morocco, 2022 Olivier Giroud France, 2022 Lionel Messi Argentina.  

World Cup Miscellaneous sets

Other World Cup related sets



This is a 36 card set. The first 32 cards represent a nation competing at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. On the front of each card is a key player of that nation and on the reverse is the facility to chart that nation's progress through the tournament right through to the final. Cards are un-numbered and can be stored in Alphabetical order, group order or order where they leave the tournament..that choice is yours. Also included is a card depicting the official world cup poster and 3 cards representing some of the world cup greats (these are also available in the world cup all stars sets above).



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