Quiz! Can you name every city to host a World Cup final?

An aerial view of Lusail Stadium at sunrise on June 20, 2022 in Doha, Qatar. The 80,000-seat stadium, designed by Foster + Partners studio, will host the final game of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 starting in November.
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Five minutes on the clock, 21 cities to guess – some appear more than once.

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The World Cup final transcends football.

It's the one match every four years that the rest of the world switches on for, regardless of what language they speak or what shape ball they play with. 

As of 2018, there have been 21 finals. We're approaching the centenary year of the ol' Coup de Monde in 2030, but we'd like you to name the cities that have had the biggest hosting privilege in the sport.

Lusail in Qatar will take 2022. The MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, USA, will host 2026's edition. We just want you to name every predecessor back to 1930…


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Mark White
Staff Writer

Mark White has been a staff writer on FourFourTwo since joining in January 2020, writing pieces for both online and the magazine. An encyclopedia of football shirts and boots knowledge – both past and present – Mark has also been to the FA Cup and League Cup finals for FFT and has written pieces for the mag ranging on subjects from Bobby Robson's season at Barcelona to Robinho's career. He once saw Tyrone Mings at a petrol station in Bournemouth but felt far too short to ask for a photo.