List of winners of Unofficial Football World Championships

The national teams that have won the UFWC are shown in green. Those teams that have seceded from UFWC-winning countries, but are not successor teams of the previous national team, are shown in yellow (for example, Slovakia)

The teams below have won the Unofficial Football World Championships.

The Unofficial Football World Championships (UFWC) (or World Perpetual Football Championship) is a novel way of calculating the world’s best football team, using a knock-out title system similar to that used in boxing.

The idea stemmed originally from some Scotland fans jokingly asserting that as they beat England, Champions of the 1966 World Cup, in a British Home Championship match on April 15, 1967 – England’s first loss after their World Cup victory – they were the Unofficial World Champions.

Many years later, a website was created to show results of research triggered by this idea. The website was featured in respected football magazine FourFourTwo, which gained it extra publicity. The FourFourTwo feature also suggested the compilation of an unofficial clubs world championship.

It is not FIFA-sanctioned, nor indeed does it have any sort of official backing.

Full winners list

Entries in gold indicate that for at least part of the reign, the title holder was also FIFA World Cup holder. Every World Cup winning nation has concurrently held the Unofficial World Championship at least once.

Pre-1900

Holders Date won Date lost Matches held Days held
England 8 March 1873 7 March 1874 1[1] 364
Scotland 7 March 1874 5 April 1879 8 1855
England 5 April 1879 13 March 1880 1 343
Scotland 13 March 1880 17 March 1888 21 2926[2]
England 17 March 1888 13 April 1889 4 392
Scotland 13 April 1889 6 April 1891 7 723
England 6 April 1891 4 April 1896 15 1825
Scotland 4 April 1896 2 April 1898 6 728
England 2 April 1898 7 April 1900 6 735

1900-1920

Holders Date won Date lost Matches held Days held
Scotland 7 April 1900 21 March 1903 9 1078
Ireland 21 March 1903 12 March 1904 2 357
England 12 March 1904 7 April 1906 8 756
Scotland 7 April 1906 4 March 1907 1 331
Wales 4 March 1907 7 March 1908 2 369
Scotland 7 March 1908 1 March 1909 3 359
Wales 1 March 1909 15 March 1909 1 14
England 15 March 1909 2 April 1910 7[3] 383
Scotland 2 April 1910 5 April 1913 9 1099
England 5 April 1913 14 February 1914 1 315
Ireland 14 February 1914 13 March 1920 [4] 4 2219

1920-1930

Holders Date won Date lost Matches held Days held
Scotland 13 March 1920 10 April 1920 1 28
England 10 April 1920 9 April 1921 3 364
Scotland 9 April 1921 4 February 1922 1 301
Wales 4 February 1922 13 March 1922 1 37
England 13 March 1922 8 April 1922 1 26
Scotland 8 April 1922 16 February 1924 4 679
Wales 16 February 1924 14 February 1925 3 364
Scotland 14 February 1925 2 April 1927 8 777
England 2 April 1927 22 October 1927 4 203
Northern Ireland 22 October 1927 4 February 1928 1 105
Wales 4 February 1928 27 October 1928 1 266
Scotland 27 October 1928 5 April 1930 8 525

1930-1940

Holders Date won Date lost Matches held Days held
England 5 April 1930 28 March 1931 5 357
Scotland 28 March 1931 16 May 1931 1 49
Austria 16 May 1931 7 December 1932 12[5] 571
England 7 December 1932 1 April 1933 1 115
Scotland 1 April 1933 16 September 1933 1 168
Northern Ireland 16 September 1933 14 October 1933 1 28
England 14 October 1933 15 November 1933 1 32
Wales 15 November 1933 29 September 1934 1 319
England 29 September 1933 6 April 1935 3 189
Scotland 6 April 1935 2 December 1936 6 606
Wales 2 December 1936 17 November 1937 3 350
England 17 November 1937 9 April 1938 2 143
Scotland 9 April 1938 15 April 1939 5 371
England 15 April 1939 18 May 1939 2 33
Yugoslavia 18 May 1939 4 June 1939 1 17
Italy 4 June 1939 12 November 1939 4 161
Switzerland 12 November 1939 31 March 1940 2 140

1940-1950

Holders Date won Date lost Matches held Days held
Hungary 31 March 1940 6 April 1941 9 371
Germany 6 April 1941 20 April 1941 1 14
Switzerland 20 April 1941 16 November 1941 1 210
Hungary 16 November 1941 3 May 1942 1 168
Germany 3 May 1942 20 September 1942 3 140
Sweden 20 September 1942 15 November 1942 2 56
Switzerland 15 November 1942 16 May 1943 2 182
Hungary 16 May 1943 7 November 1943 4 175
Sweden 7 November 1943 25 November 1945 7 749
Switzerland 25 November 1945 7 July 1946 1 224
Sweden 7 July 1946 19 November 1947 10 500
England 19 November 1947 9 April 1949 7 507
Scotland 9 April 1949 15 April 1950 4 371

1950-1960

Holders Date won Date lost Matches held Days held
England 15 April 1950 29 June 1950 4[6] 75
United States 29 June 1950 2 July 1950 1[7] 3
Chile 2 July 1950 20 April 1952 5[8] 658
Brazil 20 April 1952 19 March 1953 4 333
Peru 19 March 1953 28 March 1953 1 9
Uruguay 28 March 1953 10 April 1954 2 378
Paraguay 10 April 1954 2 March 1955 2 326
Argentina 2 March 1955 5 February 1956 8 340
Brazil 5 February 1956 25 April 1956 11 80
Italy 25 April 1956 24 June 1956 1 60
Argentina 24 June 1956 6 April 1957 12 286
Peru 6 April 1957 9 April 1957 1 3
Argentina 9 April 1957 10 July 1957 4 92
Brazil 10 July 1957 15 September 1957 1 67
Chile 15 September 1957 29 September 1957 3[9] 14
Bolivia 29 September 1957 27 October 1957 2 28
Argentina 27 October 1957 6 April 1958 1 161
Uruguay 6 April 1958 30 April 1958 1 24
Argentina 30 April 1958 8 June 1958 1 39
West Germany 8 June 1958 24 June 1958 4 16
Sweden 24 June 1958 29 June 1958 1 5
Brazil 29 June 1958 12 December 1959 11[10] 531
Uruguay 12 December 1959 17 August 1960 7 249

1960-1970

Holders Date won Date lost Matches held Days held
Argentina 17 August 1960 11 June 1961 5 298
Spain 11 June 1961 31 May 1962 4 354
Czechoslovakia 31 May 1962 7 June 1962 2 7
Mexico 7 June 1962 24 March 1963 1 290
Netherlands Antilles 24 March 1963 28 March 1963 1 4
Costa Rica 28 March 1963 4 September 1963 6 160
Colombia 4 September 1963 20 June 1965 1 655
Ecuador 20 June 1965 22 August 1965 3 63
Chile 22 August 1965 23 February 1966 2 185
Soviet Union 23 February 1966 25 July 1966 10 152
West Germany 25 July 1966 30 July 1966 1 5
England 30 July 1966 15 April 1967 4 259
Scotland 15 April 1967 10 May 1967 1[11] 25
Soviet Union 10 May 1967 15 October 1967 9 158
Austria 15 October 1967 16 June 1968 4 245
Soviet Union 16 June 1968 6 August 1969 4 416
Sweden 6 August 1969 1 November 1969 4 87
France 1 November 1969 3 May 1970 3 183

1970-1980

Holders Date won Date lost Matches held Days held
Switzerland 3 May 1970 15 November 1970 2 196
Hungary 15 November 1970 19 May 1971 3 185
Bulgaria 19 May 1971 25 September 1971 2 129
Hungary 25 September 1971 12 January 1972 4 109
Spain 12 January 1972 2 May 1973 8 476
Netherlands 2 May 1973 7 July 1974 15 431
West Germany 7 July 1974 12 March 1975 4 248
England 12 March 1975 30 October 1975 7 232
Czechoslovakia 30 October 1975 17 November 1976 12 384
West Germany 17 November 1976 23 February 1977 1 98
France 23 February 1977 30 March 1977 1 35
Republic of Ireland 30 March 1977 1 June 1977 2 63
Bulgaria 1 June 1977 16 November 1977 4 168
France 16 November 1977 2 June 1978 6 198
Italy 2 June 1978 21 June 1978 5 19
Netherlands 21 June 1978 25 June 1978 1 4
Argentina 25 June 1978 18 July 1979 5 388
Bolivia 18 July 1979 1 August 1979 2 14
Paraguay 1 August 1979 5 December 1979 9[12] 126
Chile 5 December 1979 24 June 1980 2 202

1980-1990

Holders Date won Date lost Matches held Days held
Brazil 24 June 1980 10 January 1981 8 200
Uruguay 10 January 1981 23 August 1981 4 225
Peru 23 August 1981 23 March 1982 2 212
Chile 23 March 1982 30 March 1982 1 7
Peru 30 March 1982 22 June 1982 7 84
Poland 22 June 1982 8 July 1982 3 16
Italy 8 July 1982 27 October 1982 2 111
Switzerland 27 October 1982 13 April 1983 5 168
Soviet Union 13 April 1983 13 November 1983 7 214
Portugal 13 November 1983 2 June 1984 1 202
Yugoslavia 2 June 1984 13 June 1984 2 11
Belgium 13 June 1984 16 June 1984 1 3
France 16 June 1984 2 May 1985 8 320
Bulgaria 2 May 1985 4 September 1985 3 125
Netherlands 4 September 1985 16 October 1985 1 42
Belgium 16 October 1985 20 November 1985 1 35
Netherlands 20 November 1985 14 May 1986 3 175
West Germany 14 May 1986 13 June 1986 3 30
Denmark 13 June 1986 18 June 1986 1 5
Spain 18 June 1986 22 June 1986 1 4
Belgium 22 June 1986 25 June 1986 1 3
Argentina 25 June 1986 10 June 1987 2 350
Italy 10 June 1987 4 June 1988 8 360
Wales 4 June 1988 14 September 1988 1 102
Netherlands 14 September 1988 16 November 1988 2 63
Italy 16 November 1988 29 March 1989 4 133
Romania 29 March 1989 12 April 1989 1 14
Poland 12 April 1989 7 May 1989 2 25
Sweden 7 May 1989 14 June 1989 2 38
Denmark 14 June 1989 23 August 1989 2 70
Belgium 23 August 1989 17 January 1990 4 147

1990-2000

Holders Date won Date lost Matches held Days held FIFA World ranking at
time of gaining title
Greece 17 January 1990 21 November 1990 6 308
Netherlands 21 November 1990 13 February 1992 8 449
Portugal 13 February 1992 4 June 1992 2 112
United States 4 June 1992 14 June 1992 2 10
Australia 14 June 1992 18 June 1992 1[13] 4
Argentina 18 June 1992 15 August 1993 15 423
Colombia 15 August 1993 7 April 1994 11 235 19[14]
Bolivia 7 April 1994 20 April 1994 1 13 56
Romania 20 April 1994 22 June 1994 5 63 11
Switzerland 22 June 1994 26 June 1994 1 4 8
Colombia 26 June 1994 31 January 1995 1 219 17
Korea Republic 31 January 1995 4 February 1995 1[15] 4 35
Yugoslavia 4 February 1995 31 May 1995 2 116
Russia 31 May 1995 11 June 1996 14 377 15
Italy 11 June 1996 14 June 1996 1 3 7
Czech Republic 14 June 1996 30 June 1996 4 16 10
Germany 30 June 1996 25 March 1998 16 633 2
Brazil 25 March 1998 29 April 1998 1 35 1
Argentina 29 April 1998 4 July 1998 8 66 7
Netherlands 4 July 1998 7 July 1998 1 3 25
Brazil 7 July 1998 12 July 1998 1 5 1
France 12 July 1998 5 June 1999 9 328 18
Russia 5 June 1999 23 February 2000 6 263 33

2000–

Holders Date won Date lost Matches held Days held FIFA World ranking at
time of gaining title
Israel 23 February 2000 26 April 2000 2 63 29
Czech Republic 26 April 2000 3 June 2000 1 38 2
Germany 3 June 2000 17 June 2000 3 14 6
England 17 June 2000 20 June 2000 1 3 12
Romania 20 June 2000 24 June 2000 1 4 10
Italy 24 June 2000 2 July 2000 2 8 14
France 2 July 2000 28 March 2001 7 269 2
Spain 28 March 2001 27 March 2002 8 364 7
Netherlands 27 March 2002 10 September 2003 13 532 9
Czech Republic 10 September 2003 31 March 2004 4 203 4
Republic of Ireland 31 March 2004 29 May 2004 3 59 15
Nigeria 29 May 2004 20 June 2004 3[16] 22 16
Angola 20 June 2004 27 March 2005 8 280 85
Zimbabwe 27 March 2005 8 October 2005 9 195 63
Nigeria 8 October 2005 16 November 2005 1 39 29
Romania 16 November 2005 23 May 2006 3 188 28
Uruguay 23 May 2006 27 September 2006 5 127 22
Venezuela 27 September 2006 18 October 2006 1 21 80
Uruguay 18 October 2006 15 November 2006 1 28 17
Georgia 15 November 2006 24 March 2007 2 129 98
Scotland 24 March 2007 28 March 2007 1 4 16
Italy 28 March 2007 22 August 2007 3 147 2
Hungary 22 August 2007 12 September 2007 2 21 65
Turkey 12 September 2007 17 October 2007 2 35 22
Greece 17 October 2007 24 May 2008 6 220 15
Hungary 24 May 2008 10 September 2008 4 109 57
Sweden 10 September 2008 19 November 2008 1 70 31
Netherlands 19 November 2008 Current holders 21[17] 596[17] 4

As of 8 July 2010

Aggregated Football World Ranking-List

The Aggregated Football World Ranking-List is an alternative Ranking-System for men’s national teams in football (soccer). It consists of the sum of all ranks in 9 different Ranking-System for men’s national teams in football: FIFA World Rankings, World Football Elo Ratings, The Roon Ba, InternationalMark, AQB Sports Ratings, Voros McCracken, Rsoccer, Mondfoot and Chance de Gol.

A link to each of these 9 different ranking-systems can be found on the site. Using the Theory of The Wisdom of Crowds (of James Surowiecki and John Piña Craven) it can deliver a more exact ranking than one singular ranking-system. It has less bias and is less susceptible to errors within one of the rankings.

The Aggregated Football World Ranking-List was founded in August 17, 2005 It is updated after each major match day and at least once a month.

Top 15 Teams

Accurate as of 11 March 2010.

  1. Spain
  2. Brazil
  3. Netherlands
  4. England
  5. Argentina
  6. Germany
  7. Italy
  8. Portugal
  9. Mexico
  10. France
  11. Croatia
  12. Chile
  13. Serbia
  14. Egypt
  15. Uruguay

AQB Sports Ratings

The AQB Sports Ratings is a mathematical system for ranking sporting teams devised by Michael Cameron of the University of Waikato in New Zealand. The system is based on a relatively simple formula and can be used for a number of different sports. As of June 2006, AQB was ranking international cricket, rugby and association football national teams as well as the provincial Super 14 rugby tournament and the NFL American football.

How ratings are calculated

After each game in the relevant competition, each team’s ratings are modified according to whether they won or not, whether they were playing at home or not, and the difference in each team’s ratings prior to the game.

Rn = Ro + R(B + H + DK)

where:

Rn is the new rating
Ro is the old rating
R is the result factor (+1 for a winning team, -1 for a losing team, +0.25 for a drawing team who started the game with a lower ranking, -0.25 for a drawing team who started the game with a higher ranking, and 0 for drawing teams who started with the same ranking)
B is the base ratings change for any result, B=20
H is the home advantage factor (+4 if the away team wins, -4 if the home team wins, and 0 for games played on a neutral ground)
D is the points differential prior to the game (equal to the loser’s original rating minus the winner’s original rating; or in the case of the draw, the higher original rating minus the lower one)
K is a constant applied to weight the ratings, K=0.05

World Football Elo Ratings leaders

The following is the list of nations that would have held the number one position on the World Football Elo Ratings since the first international match in 1872. The rankings were first calculated in 1997.

// Progressive Leaders Chart

Start Date↓ Nation↓ # of days↓
November 30, 1872 England 1190
March 04, 1876 Scotland 5845
March 05, 1892 England 21
March 26, 1892 Scotland 7
April 02, 1892 England 4349
February 29, 1904 Scotland 12
March 12, 1904 England 2563
March 19, 1911 Netherlands 371
March 24, 1912 England 97
June 29, 1912 Netherlands 3
July 02, 1912 Denmark 2979
August 28, 1920 Uruguay 1
August 29, 1920 Netherlands 3
September 01, 1920 Uruguay 5
September 06, 1920 Spain 12
September 18, 1920 Uruguay 386
October 09, 1921 Spain 959
May 25, 1924 Czechoslovakia 1
May 26, 1924 Uruguay 446
August 15, 1925 Spain 4
August 19, 1925 Uruguay 39
September 27, 1925 Spain 384
October 16, 1926 Argentina 8
October 24, 1926 Uruguay 583
May 29, 1928 Argentina 1
May 30, 1928 Uruguay 382
June 16, 1929 Argentina 96
September 20, 1929 Uruguay 42
November 01, 1929 Argentina 610
July 04, 1931 Uruguay 5
July 09, 1931 Argentina 1053
May 27, 1934 Austria 10
June 06, 1934 Italy 2090
February 25, 1940 Argentina 144
July 18, 1940 Italy 209
February 12, 1941 Argentina 417
April 05, 1942 Italy 50
May 25, 1942 Argentina 229
January 09, 1943 Italy 85
April 04, 1943 Argentina 98
July 11, 1943 Italy 178
January 05, 1944 Argentina 3
January 08, 1944 Italy 367
January 09, 1945 Argentina 33
February 11, 1945 Italy 4
February 15, 1945 Argentina 142
July 07, 1945 Italy 127
November 11, 1945 Argentina 39
December 20, 1945 Italy 735
December 25, 1947 Argentina 1907
March 15, 1953 Brazil 4
March 19, 1953 Argentina 251
November 25, 1953 Hungary 949
July 01, 1956 Argentina 77
September 16, 1956 Hungary 193
March 28, 1957 Argentina 9
April 06, 1957 Hungary 67
June 12, 1957 Argentina 116
October 06, 1957 Hungary 77
December 22, 1957 Argentina 105
April 06, 1958 Hungary 67
June 12, 1958 Brazil 637
March 10, 1960 Argentina 50
April 29, 1960 Brazil 27
May 26, 1960 Argentina 3
May 29, 1960 Brazil 1036
March 31, 1963 Soviet Union 391
April 25, 1964 Hungary 35
May 30, 1964 Brazil 4
June 03, 1964 Argentina 389
June 27, 1965 Hungary 7
July 04, 1965 Brazil 56
August 29, 1965 Argentina 231
April 17, 1966 Brazil 3
April 20, 1966 Argentina 52
June 11, 1966 Brazil 6
June 17, 1966 Argentina 5
June 22, 1966 Brazil 23
July 15, 1966 Argentina 1
July 16, 1966 Soviet Union 9
July 25, 1966 West Germany 5
July 30, 1966 England 1408
June 07, 1970 Brazil 752
June 28, 1972 West Germany 11
July 09, 1972 Brazil 129
November 15, 1972 West Germany 91
February 14, 1973 Brazil 484
June 13, 1974 West Germany 9
June 22, 1974 Brazil 11
July 03, 1974 West Germany 465
October 11, 1975 Poland 4
October 15, 1975 West Germany 960
June 01, 1978 Netherlands 6
June 07, 1978 West Germany 3
June 10, 1978 Netherlands 1
June 11, 1978 West Germany 3
June 14, 1978 Brazil 504
October 31, 1979 West Germany 434
January 07, 1981 Brazil 25
February 01, 1981 West Germany 21
February 22, 1981 Brazil 66
April 29, 1981 West Germany 13
May 12, 1981 Brazil 155
October 14, 1981 West Germany 243
June 14, 1982 Brazil 486
October 13, 1983 Soviet Union 335
September 12, 1984 France 232
May 02, 1985 Soviet Union 34
June 05, 1985 West Germany 7
June 12, 1985 France 91
September 11, 1985 Soviet Union 161
February 19, 1986 France 103
June 02, 1986 Soviet Union 7
June 09, 1986 France 16
June 25, 1986 Brazil 4
June 29, 1986 Argentina 346
June 10, 1987 Brazil 23
July 03, 1987 England 57
August 29, 1987 Soviet Union 74
November 11, 1987 England 214
June 12, 1988 Soviet Union 5
June 17, 1988 West Germany 1
June 18, 1988 Soviet Union 7
June 25, 1988 Netherlands 715
June 10, 1990 West Germany 9
June 19, 1990 Brazil 5
June 24, 1990 West Germany 129
October 31, 1990 Germany 604
June 26, 1992 Netherlands 75
September 09, 1992 Brazil 37
October 16, 1992 Argentina 247
June 20, 1993 Germany 49
August 08, 1993 Argentina 7
August 15, 1993 Germany 313
June 24, 1994 Brazil 3
June 27, 1994 Germany 12
July 09, 1994 Brazil 708
June 16, 1996 Germany 3
June 19, 1996 Brazil 4
June 23, 1996 Germany 311
April 30, 1997 Brazil 30
May 30, 1997 Germany 11
June 10, 1997 Brazil 397
July 12, 1998 France 328
June 05, 1999 Brazil 389
June 28, 2000 France 708
June 06, 2002 Argentina 1
June 07, 2002 France 4
June 11, 2002 Netherlands 1
June 12, 2002 Spain 4
June 16, 2002 Netherlands 5
June 21, 2002 Brazil 351
June 07, 2003 Netherlands 4
June 11, 2003 Brazil 8
June 19, 2003 Netherlands 83
September 10, 2003 France 291
June 27, 2004 Czech Republic 4
July 01, 2004 France 10
July 11, 2004 Brazil 3
July 14, 2004 France 35
August 18, 2004 Argentina 290
June 04, 2005 Czech Republic 4
June 08, 2005 Argentina 21
June 29, 2005 Brazil 102
October 09, 2005 Netherlands 3
October 12, 2005 Brazil 265
July 04, 2006 Italy 43
August 16, 2006 France 52
October 07, 2006 Brazil 122
February 06, 2007 France 1
February 07, 2007 Brazil 140
June 27, 2007 France 14
July 11, 2007 Argentina 4
July 15, 2007 Brazil 334
June 13, 2008 Netherlands / Brazil 2
June 15, 2008 Netherlands 6
June 21, 2008 Spain 368
June 24, 2009 Brazil 373
July 2, 2010 Netherlands 1
July 3, 2010 Netherlands / Spain 3
July 6, 2010 Netherlands 1
July 7, 2010 Spain

Ranking by Days as Leader

Nation↓ # of days↓ Last Date as Leader↓
England 9899 11 June 1988
Brazil 7335 [1] 1 July 2010
Argentina 6985 14 July 2007
Scotland 5864 11 March 1904
Italy 3888 15 August 2006
Germany 3707 [2] 9 June 1997
Denmark 2979 27 August 1920
Uruguay 1889 8 July 1931
France 1885 10 July 2007
Spain 1734 Current
Hungary 1395 3 July 1965
Netherlands 1283 6 July 2010
Russia 1023 [3] 24 June 1988
Austria 10 5 June 1934
Czech Republic 9 [4] 7 June 2005
Poland 4 14 October 1975
  1. ^ Does not include current period as rankings leader
  2. ^ Includes the record of West Germany
  3. ^ Includes the record of USSR
  4. ^ Includes the record of Czechoslovakia

Ranking by Days as Leader (rolling – last 50 years)

As of December 1st 2009

Nation # of days Last Date as Leader
Brazil 6955 [1] 1 July 2010
Germany 3707 [2] 9 June 1997
France 1885 10 July 2007
England 1679 11 June 1988
Argentina 1647 14 July 2007
Russia 1023 [3] 24 June 1988
Netherlands 902 Current
Spain 368 23 June 2009
Italy 43 15 August 2006
Hungary 42 3 July 1965
Czech Republic 8 [4] 7 June 2005
Poland 4 14 October 1975
  1. ^ Includes current period as ranking leader
  2. ^ Includes the record of West Germany
  3. ^ Includes the record of USSR
  4. ^ Includes the record of Czechoslovakia

  • Longest single reign at the top: 5845 days ( Scotland, 4 March 1876 – 5 March 1892)
  • Shortest single reign at the top: 1 day ( Uruguay, 28 August 1920; Czechoslovakia, 25 May 1924; Argentina, 29 May 1928, 15 July 1966, 6 June 2002; Netherlands, 10 June 1978, 11 June 2002, 2 July 2010, 6 July 2010; West Germany, 17 June 1988; France, 6 February 2007)
  • Most separate occasions as leader: 37 Brazil
  • Fewest separate occasions as leader: 1 Poland, Denmark, Austria
  • Highest Elo rating ever: 2166 Hungary, 30 June 1954
  • Only nation to get lead while in absence of major event (WC): Netherlands twice in 2002, as Argentina, France first and then Spain got successively eliminated, and until Brazil eliminated England

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