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All-Star Team

The FIFA World Cup All-Star Team, currently sponsored by MasterCard, consists of 23 players chosen by FIFA’s technical study group. The players are chosen from the teams competing in the FIFA World Cup finals for their excellence in the position they play for the national team. The number of players chosen for the All-Star Team was increased from 11 to 16 in 1998 and then later on increased again to the current 23. The technical study group that chooses the players for the All-Star team comprises of European and South American sports journalists. Brazil has the highest number of players in the All-Star teams with 34 different Brazilian players named in the All-Star teams and with a record 42 nominees.

Football world Cup All-star Team

World Cup
Goalkeepers
Defenders
Midfielders
Forwards
1930 Uruguay
(Uruguay) Enrique Ballesteros
(Uruguay) José Nasazzi
(Kingdom of Yugoslavia) Milutin Ivkovie
(Argentina) Luis Monti
(Uruguay) Alvaro Gestido
(Uruguay) José Andrade
(Uruguay) Pedro Cea
(Uruguay) Héctor Castro
(Uruguay) Héctor Scarone
(Argentina) Guillermo Stábile
(United States) Bert Patenaude
1934 Italy
(Spain) Ricardo Zamora
(Spain) Jacinto Quincoces
(Italy) Eraldo Monzeglio
(Italy) Luis Monti
(Italy) Attilio Ferraris
(Spain) Leonardo Cilaurren
(Italy) Giuseppe Meazza
(Italy) Raimundo Orsi
(Italy) Enrique Guaita
(Austria) Matthias Sindelar
(Czechoslovakia) Old?ich Nejedlý
1938 France
(Czechoslovakia) František Pláni?ka
(Italy) Pietro Rava
(Italy) Alfredo Foni
(Brazil) Domingos da Guia
(Italy) Michele Andreolo
(Italy) Ugo Locatelli
(Italy) Silvio Piola
(Italy) Gino Colaussi
(Hungary) György Sárosi
(Hungary) Gyula Zsengellér
(Brazil) Leônidas
1950 Brazil
(Uruguay) Roque Máspoli
(Sweden) Erik Nilsson
(Spain) José Parra
(Uruguay) Víctor Rodríguez Andrade
(Uruguay) Obdulio Varela
(Brazil) Bauer
(Uruguay) Alcides Ghiggia
(Brazil) Zizinho
(Brazil) Ademir
(Brazil) Jair
(Uruguay) Juan Alberto Schiaffino
1954 Switzerland
(Hungary) Gyula Grosics
(Austria) Ernst Ocwirk
(Brazil) Djalma Santos
(Uruguay) José Santamaría
(Germany) Fritz Walter
(Hungary) József Bozs
(Germany) Helmut Rahn
(Hungary) Nándor Hidegkuti
(Hungary) Ferenc Puskás
(Hungary) Sándor Kocsis
(Hungary) Zoltan Czibor
1958 Sweden
(Northern Ireland) Harry Gregg
(Brazil) Djalma Santos
(Brazil) Bellini
(Brazil) Nílton Santos
(Northern Ireland) Danny Blanchflower
(Brazil) Didi
(Brazil) Pelé
(Brazil) Garrincha
(France) Just Fontaine
(France) Raymond Kopa
(Sweden) Gunnar Gren
1962 Chile
(Czechoslovakia) Viliam Schrojf
(Brazil) Djalma Santos
(Italy) Cesare Maldini
(Soviet Union) Valeriy Voronin
(Germany)Karl-Heinz Schnellinger
(Brazil) Zagallo
(Brazil) Zito
(Czechoslovakia) Josef Masopust
(Brazil) Vavá
(Brazil) Garrincha
(Chile) Leonel Sánchez
1966 England
(England) Gordon Banks
(England) George Cohen
(England) Bobby Moore
(Portugal)Vicente
(Argentina)Silvio Marzolini
(Germany) Franz Beckenbauer
(Portugal) Mário Coluna
(England) Bobby Charlton
(Hungary) Florian Albert
(Germany) Uwe Seeler
(Portugal) Eusébio
1970 Mexico
(Uruguay) Ladislao Mazurkiewicz
(Brazil) Carlos Alberto
(Uruguay) Atilio Ancheta
(Germany)Franz Beckenbauer
(Italy) Giacinto Facchetti
(Brazil) Gérson
(Brazil) Roberto Rivellino
(England) Bobby Charlton
(Brazil) Pelé
(Germany) Gerd Müller
(Brazil) Jairzinho
1974 West Germany
(Germany)Sepp Maier
(Germany) Berti Vogts
(Netherlands) Ruud Krol
(Germany) Franz Beckenbauer
(Germany) Paul Breitner
(Chile) Elías Figueroa
(Germany) Wolfgang Overath
(Poland) Kazimierz Deyna
(Netherlands) Johan Neeskens
(Netherlands) Rob Rensenbrink
(Netherlands) Johan Cruyff
(Poland) Grzegorz Lato
1978 Argentina
(Argentina)Ubaldo Fillol
(Germany) Berti Vogts
(Netherlands) Ruud Krol
(Argentina) Daniel Passarella
(Argentina) Alberto Tarantini
(Brazil) Dirceu
(Peru) Teofilo Cubillas
(Netherlands) Rob Rensenbrink
(Italy) Roberto Bettega
(Italy) Paolo Rossi
(Argentina) Mario Kempes
1982 Spain
(Italy) Dino Zoff
(Brazil) Luizinho
(Brazil) Júnior
(Italy) Claudio Gentile
(Italy) Fulvio Collovati
(Poland) Zbigniew Boniek
(Brazil) Falcão
(France) Michel Platini
(Brazil) Zico
(Italy) Paolo Rossi
(Germany) Karl-Heinz Rummenigge
1986 Mexico
(Belgium) Michel Preud'homme
(Brazil) Josimar
(France) Manuel Amoros
(Brazil) Júlio César
(Belgium) Jan Ceulemans
(France) Jean Tigana
(France) Michel Platini
(Argentina) Diego Maradona
(Denmark) Preben Elkjær Larsen
(Spain) Emilio Butragueño
(England) Gary Lineker
1990 Italy
(Argentina)Sergio Goycochea
(Costa Rica) Luis Gabelo Conejo
 
(Germany) Andreas Brehme
(Italy) Paolo Maldini
(Italy) Franco Baresi
(Argentina) Diego Maradona
(Germany) Lothar Matthäus
(Yugoslavia) Dragan Stojkovic
(England) Paul Gascoigne
(Italy) Salvatore Schillaci
(Cameroon) Roger Milla
(Germany) Jürgen Klinsmann
1994 USA
(Belgium) Michel Preud'homme
(Brazil) Jorginho
(Brazil) Márcio Santos
(Italy) Paolo Maldini
(Brazil) Dunga
(Bulgaria) Krasimir Balakov
(Romania)
Gheorghe Hagi
(Sweden) Tomas Brolin
(Brazil) Romário
(Bulgaria) Hristo Stoichkov
(Italy) Roberto Baggi




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