List of Fifa U-20 World Cup winners, Runners up Till Date

Fifa U-20 World cup is football world championship for the Male players under the Age of the 20 Years. Since the Inaugural Edition of the 1977 where the tournament known as Fifa world youth championship So far total 21 Fifa U-20 world cup edition to be played on. After the 2005 events will be known as Fifa U-20 world cup.

First Edition of the 1977 Fifa world youth championship was host by Tunisia and Soviet Union is the champion of the Inaugural Edition.

If we look at the Complete History then Argentina are the Most successful nation as they won the Fifa U-20 world cup Title six occasion while Brazil winners of World championship / World cup Five times.

England u 20 football players

England who is current defending champions of the Tournament as they won the 2017 Fifa U-20 World cup Final by beating the Venezuela with 1-0.

Fifa U-20 World cup Champions Till Date

YearHostWinnerRunners upFinal Results
1977TunisiaSoviet UnionMexico2-2 Won after 9-8 (P)
1979JapanArgentinaSoviet Union3-1 score
1981AustraliaWest GermanyQatar4-0 Score
1983MexicoBrazilArgentina1-0 Score
1985Soviet UnionBrazilSpain1-0 Score
1987ChileYugoslaviaWest Germany5-4 (P) score
1989Saudi ArabiaPortugalNigeria2-0 score
1991PortugalPortugalBrazil4-2 (P) Score
1993AustraliaBrazilGhana2-1 score
1995QatarArgentinaBrazil2-0 score
1997MalaysiaArgentinaUruguay2-1 score
1999NigeriaSpainJapan4-0 Score
2001ArgentinaArgentinaGhana3-0 score
2003UAEBrazilSpain1-0 Score
2005NetherlandsArgentinaNigeria2-1 score
2007CanadaArgentinaCzech Republic2-1 score
2009EgyptGhanaBrazil4-3 (P) Score
2011ColombiaBrazilPortugal3-2 (AET) score
2013TurkeyfranceUruguay4-1 (P)
2015New zealandSerbiaBrazil2-1 (AET) score
2017South KoreaEnglandVenezuela1-0

FIFA U-20 World cup Winners-champions by Year-by Country… 

Argentina      –6- (1979, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2005, 2007)
Brazil          –5- (1983, 1985, 1993, 2003, 2011)
Portugal    –2- (1989, 1991)
USSR       –1- (1977)
West Germany      –1- (1981)
Yugoslavia          –1- (1987)
Spain     –1- (1999)
Ghana    –1 (2009)
France    –1- (2013)..
England   — 1 (2017).

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