Welcome to the ultimate FIFA trivia game! If you're a fan of soccer and the FIFA franchise, you're in for a treat. This trivia game will test your knowledge of the FIFA series, its players and teams, and the history that surrounds it. From the iconic FIFA 16 to the incredible FIFA 21, we have questions on all the major tournaments, leagues, and World Cup events. So get ready to show us what you know about the world's most popular soccer video game!
1) Who won the FIFA world cup in 1998?
2) In which year was the first FIFA world cup held?
3) Who won the first ever FIFA world cup?
4) How many teams took part in the first FIFA World Cup?
5) How many teams have won the FIFA World Cup?
6) Who is the only player to have been part of three FIFA World Cup winning teams?
7) How many times has Brazil won the FIFA World Cup?
8) Which country hosted the FIFA World Cup in 1994?
9) Who won the FIFA World Cup in 2002?
10) How many teams took part in the 1998 FIFA World Cup?
11) How many teams make up each group in the FIFA World Cup?
12) How many matches are played in the FIFA World Cup?
13) Who won the FIFA World Cup in 2014?
14) How many stadiums were used in the 2014 FIFA World Cup?
15) In which year did the first Women's World Cup take place?
16) How many teams took part in the 2010 FIFA World Cup?
17) Who won the first ever Women's World Cup in 1991?
18) Who won the FIFA World Cup in 2006?
19) How many players make up a team in the FIFA World Cup?
20) In which year did the first Women's World Cup final take place?
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