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List of FIFA World Cup penalty shoot-outs

This is a list of all penalty shoot-outs that have occurred in the Finals tournament of the FIFA World Cup.[1] Penalty shoot-out was introduced as a tie-breaker in the 1978 World Cup but did not occur before 1982. The first time a World Cup title was won by penalty shoot-out was in 1994.[2] By the end of the 2014 edition, 26 shoot-outs have taken place in the World Cup.

By team

Records

Most played
  • 5 -  Argentina (1990, 1990, 1998, 2006, 2014)
  • 4 -  Germany1 (1982, 1986, 1990, 2006)
  • 4 -  France (1982, 1986, 1998, 2006)
  • 4 -  Italy (1990, 1994, 1998, 2006*)
  • 4 -  Brazil (1986, 1994*, 1998, 2014)


Most played in one tournament


Most won
  • 4 -  Germany1 (1982, 1986, 1990, 2006)
  • 4 -  Argentina (1990, 1990, 1998, 2014)
  • 3 -  Brazil (1994*, 1998, 2014)


Most lost
  • 3 -  England (1990, 1998, 2006)
  • 3 -  Italy (1990, 1994, 1998)


For teams played two or more penalty shootouts

  • Won World Cup on shootout.
Team Played Win Loss % Win Win Year Loss Year
 Germany1 4 4 0 100% 1982, 1986, 1990, 2006 -
 Argentina 5 4 1 80% 1990, 1990, 1998, 2014 2006
 Brazil 4 3 1 75% 1994, 1998, 2014[3] 1986
 France 4 2 2 50% 1986, 1998 1982, 2006
 Republic of Ireland 2 1 1 50% 1990 2002
 Costa Rica 2 1 1 50% 2014 2014
 Netherlands 3 1 2 33% 2014 1998, 2014
 Spain 3 1 2 33% 2002 1986, 2002
 Italy 4 1 3 25% 2006 1990, 1994, 1998
 Mexico 2 0 2 0% - 1986, 1994
 Romania 2 0 2 0% - 1990, 1994
 England 3 0 3 0% - 1990, 1998, 2006
Notes

For teams played one penalty shootout

Team Played Win Loss % Win Win Year Loss Year
 Belgium 1 1 0 100% 1986 -
 Bulgaria 1 1 0 100% 1994 -
 Sweden 1 1 0 100% 1994 -
 South Korea 1 1 0 100% 2002 -
 Portugal 1 1 0 100% 2006 -
 Ukraine 1 1 0 100% 2006 -
 Uruguay 1 1 0 100% 2010 -
 Paraguay 1 1 0 100% 2010 -
 Yugoslavia 1 0 1 0% - 1990
 Switzerland 1 0 1 0% - 2006
 Ghana 1 0 1 0% - 2010
 Japan 1 0 1 0% - 2010
 Chile 1 0 1 0% - 2014
 Greece 1 0 1 0% - 2014

Championship year in bold

By year

Before the introduction of penalty shoot-outs in 1978:

  • Of the 35 knock-out matches from 1930 to 1938, 31 were decided within at most 120 minutes, the remaining 4 matches – one in 1934 and three in 1938 – were decided by replays.
  • There were no knock-out matches in 1950.
  • All 42 knock-out matches from 1954 to 1974 were decided within at most 120 minutes, so no replays or drawing of lots were needed.
Year Teams Knock-out
matches
Matches with
extra time
Penalty
shoot-outs
Percentage of
extra time
matches
Percentage of
knock-out
matches
Penalty
scored
Penalty
attempts
Percentage
1978 16 2 1 0 0% 0.0% - - -
1982 24 4 1 1 100% 25.0% 9 12 75.0%
1986 24 16 5 3 60% 18.8% 21 27 77.8%
1990 24 16 8 4 50% 25.0% 28 38 73.7%
1994 24 16 4 3 75% 18.8% 18 29 62.1%
1998 32 16 4 3 75% 18.8% 20 28 71.4%
2002 32 16 5 2 40% 12.5% 13 19 68.4%
2006 32 16 6 4 66.7% 25.0% 21 33 63.6%
2010 32 16 4 2 50% 12.5% 14 18 77.8%
2014 32 16 8 4 50% 25.0% 26 36 72.2%
Total 134 46 26 56.5% 19.4% 170 240 70.8%

Highest values in bold.

In chronological order

#
Winner
Final
score
Loser
Pen.
Score
Pen.
Taken
Missed penalties Ways of Miss Final penalty[4] Tournament
Round
Date
1.  West Germany 3–3  France 5–4 6–6 Stielike
Six
Bossis
Saved
Saved
Saved
Penalty scored Hrubesch 1982, Spain 3 Semi-finals 8 July 1982
2.  France 1–1  Brazil 4–3 5–5 Sócrates
Platini
Júlio César
Saved
Over
Post
Penalty scored Fernández 1986, Mexico 5 Quarter-finals 21 June 1986
3.  West Germany 0–0  Mexico 4–1 4–3 Quirarte
Servín
Saved
Saved
Penalty scored Littbarski 1986, Mexico 5 Quarter-finals 21 June 1986
4.  Belgium 1–1  Spain 5–4 5–5 Eloy Saved Penalty scored L. Van Der Elst 1986, Mexico 5 Quarter-finals 22 June 1986
5.  Republic of Ireland 0–0  Romania 5–4 5–5 Timofte Saved Penalty scored O'Leary 1990, Italy 7 Second round 25 June 1990
6.  Argentina 0–0  Yugoslavia 3–2 5–5 Stojković
Maradona
Troglio
Brnović
Hadžibegić
Bar
Saved
Post
Saved
Saved
Penalty missed Hadžibegić
GK Goycoechea
1990, Italy 5 Quarter-finals 30 June 1990
7.  Argentina 1–1  Italy 4–3 4–5 Donadoni
Serena
Saved
Saved
Penalty missed Serena
GK Goycoechea
1990, Italy 3 Semi-finals 3 July 1990
8.  West Germany 1–1  England 4–3 4–5 Pearce
Waddle
Saved
Over
Penalty missed Waddle 1990, Italy 3 Semi-finals 4 July 1990
9.  Bulgaria 1–1  Mexico 3–1 4–4 García Aspe
Balakov
Bernal
Rodríguez
Over
Saved
Saved
Saved
Penalty scored Letchkov 1994, USA 7 Second round 5 July 1994
10.  Sweden 2–2  Romania 5–4 6–6 Mild
Petrescu
Belodedici
Over
Saved
Saved
Penalty missed Belodedici
GK Ravelli
1994, USA 5 Quarter-finals 10 July 1994
11.  Brazil 0–0  Italy 3–2 4–5 Baresi
Márcio Santos
Massaro
R. Baggio
Over
Saved
Saved
Over
Penalty missed R. Baggio 1994, USA 1 Final 17 July 1994
12.  Argentina 2–2  England 4–3 5–5 Crespo
Ince
Batty
Saved
Saved
Saved
Penalty missed Batty
GK Roa
1998, France 7 Second round 30 June 1998
13.  France 0–0  Italy 4–3 5–5 Lizarazu
Albertini
Di Biagio
Saved
Saved
Bar
Penalty missed Di Biagio 1998, France 5 Quarter-finals 3 July 1998
14.  Brazil 1–1  Netherlands 4–2 4–4 Cocu
R. de Boer
Saved
Saved
Penalty missed R. de Boer
GK Taffarel
1998, France 3 Semi-finals 7 July 1998
15.  Spain 1–1  Republic of Ireland 3–2 5–5 Holland
Connolly
Juanfran
Kilbane
Valerón
Bar
Saved
Wide
Saved
Post
Penalty scored Mendieta 2002, Korea/Japan 7 Second round 16 June 2002
16.  South Korea 0–0  Spain 5–3 5–4 Joaquín Saved Penalty scored Hong Myung-Bo 2002, Korea/Japan 5 Quarter-finals 22 June 2002
17.  Ukraine 0–0  Switzerland 3–0 4–3 Shevchenko
Streller
Barnetta
Cabanas
Saved
Saved
Bar
Saved
Penalty scored Husyev 2006, Germany 7 Second round 26 June 2006
18.  Germany 1–1  Argentina 4–2 4–4 Ayala
Cambiasso
Saved
Saved
Penalty missed Cambiasso
GK Lehmann
2006, Germany 5 Quarter-finals 30 June 2006
19.  Portugal 0–0  England 3–1 5–4 Lampard
Viana
Petit
Gerrard
Carragher
Saved
Post
Wide
Saved
Saved/Bar
Penalty scored Ronaldo 2006, Germany 5 Quarter-finals 1 July 2006
20.  Italy 1–1  France 5–3 5–4 Trezeguet Bar Penalty scored Grosso 2006, Germany 1 Final 9 July 2006
21.  Paraguay 0–0  Japan 5–3 5–4 Komano Bar Penalty scored Cardozo 2010, South Africa 7 Second round 29 June 2010
22.  Uruguay 1–1  Ghana 4–2 5–4 Mensah
M. Pereira
Adiyiah
Saved
Over
Saved
Penalty scored Abreu 2010, South Africa 5 Quarter-finals 2 July 2010
23.  Brazil 1–1  Chile 3–2 5–5 Pinilla
Willian
Sanchez
Hulk
Jara
Saved
Wide
Saved
Saved
Post
Penalty missedJara 2014, Brazil 5 Second round 28 June 2014
24.  Costa Rica 1–1  Greece 5–3 5–4 Gekas Saved Penalty scoredUmaña 2014, Brazil 5 Second round 29 June 2014
25.  Netherlands 0–0  Costa Rica 4–3 4–5 Ruiz
Umaña
Saved
Saved
Penalty missedUmaña
GK Krul
2014, Brazil 5 Quarter-finals 5 July 2014
26.  Argentina 0–0  Netherlands 4–2 4–4 Vlaar
Sneijder
Saved
Saved
Penalty scoredRodríguez 2014, Brazil 3 Semi-finals 9 July 2014
Key
GK = Goalkeeper
Penalty scored = Goal
Penalty missed = Miss

See also

Notes

  1. ^ http://www.fifa.com
  2. ^ "FIFA world cup penalty kicks continue as part of soccers history". Guardian. Retrieved 7 July 2014. 
  3. ^ http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/matches/round=255951/match=300186487
  4. ^ The outcome of the penalty after which the shoot-out ended. This column lists either the winning goalscorer, the player who missed the last penalty (if this was off target), or the player who took the last penalty and the goalkeeper who saved it
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