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FIFA World Cup All-Time Team

The FIFA World Cup All-Time Team is an all-time association football ideal team published by FIFA in 1994.[1] It is an eleven-member side divided as one goalkeeper, four defenders, three midfielders, and three forwards. These were considered to be the best football players of all time.

Position Player[1] National side(s)
represented by year
Goalkeeper Lev Yashin  Soviet Union
(1954–1970)
Defender (fullback) Djalma Santos  Brazil
(1952–1968)
Defender (centre-back) Franz Beckenbauer  West Germany
(1965–1977)
Defender (centre-back) Bobby Moore  England
(1962–1973)
Defender (fullback) Paul Breitner  West Germany
(1971–1982)
Midfielder Johan Cruyff  Netherlands
(1966–1978)
Midfielder Ferenc Puskás  Hungary
(1945–1956)
Midfielder Bobby Charlton  England
(1958–1970)
Forward Garrincha  Brazil
(1955–1966)
Forward Diego Maradona Argentina
(1977–1994)
Forward Pelé  Brazil
(1956–1971)

See also

References

  1. ^ a b World All-Time Teams
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