The Qatar tournament is finally over

The FIFA World Cup has concluded after weeks of intense passion, with Argentina taking home the trophy. Now that club football has begun, many clubs will greet their players with rousing ovations after their players have given their all on the pitch, while World Cup winners will undoubtedly be given greater emphasis by their clubs because they will return with a winning medal.

And in this post, we have collected data about the clubs that have produced the most World Cup winners since the FIFA World Cup began in Uruguay in 1930. Without further ado, here are the most World Cup-winning players from a single club.

10. Barcelona and Real Madrid – 11

Over the years, Barcelona and Real Madrid have produced an equal number of World Cup-winning players. Romario was Barcelona’s first World Cup winner in 1994.

  • Romario – 1994
  • Rivaldo – 2002
  • Gerrard Pique – 2010
  • Carles Puyol – 2010
  • Xavi – 2010
  • Iniesta – 2010
  • Pedro – 2010
  • David Villa – 2010
  • Vicor Valdes – 2010
  • Sergio Busquets – 2010
  • Samuel Umtiti – 2018
  • Ousmane Dembele – 2022

While Real Madrid had their first World Cup winner in 1974, Gunter Netzer of West Germany was the first Real Madrid player to win the World Cup.

  • Jorge Valdano – 1986
  • Christian Karembeu – 1998
  • Roberto Carlos – 2002
  • Iker Casillas (Captain) – 2010
  • Raúl Albiol – 2010
  • Xabi Alonso – 2010
  • Sergio Ramos – 2010
  • Álvaro Arbeloa – 2010
  • Sami Khedira – 2014
  • Raphaël Varane – 2018

9. Botafogo – 11

One of the most well-known Brazilian clubs, producing several Brazilian legends who have won the World Cup title. Brazil are the only country with five World Cup trophies, and many of its players only played for Brazilian clubs. Didi was the first player from Botafogo to win the World Cup in 1958, and the other champions are listed below.

  • Garrincha – 1958
  • Nílton Santos – 1958
  • Nílton Santos – 1962
  • Garrincha – 1962
  • Didi – 1962
  • Amarildo – 1962
  • Zagallo – 1962
  • Jairzinho – 1970
  • Roberto 1970
  • Paulo Cézar – 1970

8. Nacional – 13

Nacional have been home to several world-class players who have made their reputations in Europe; the club has spawned many World Cup winners over the years. Uruguay won the coveted cup for the first time in 1930, with half of the players coming from Nacional, and the majority of the players in their second World Cup victory also hailed from Nacional. The Nacional players who won the World Cup are listed below.

  • José Leandro Andrade – 1930
  • Héctor Castro – 1930   
  • Pedro Cea – 1930
  • Pedro Petrone – 1930  
  • Conduelo Píriz – 1930  
  • Emilio Recoba – 1930  
  • Zoilo Saldombide – 1930  
  • Héctor Scarone – 1930   
  • Santos Urdinarán – 1930  
  • Schubert Gambetta – 1950
  • Aníbal Paz – 1950
  • Rodolfo Pini – 1950
  • Rodolfo Pini – 1950

7. Sau Paulo – 13

The majority of World Cup-winning players have been produced by Brazilian clubs, and Sau Paulo, another well-known club in Brazil, has developed numerous World Cup-winning players, as seen below.

  • Dino Sani – 1958
  • De Sordi – 1958
  • Mauro Ramos – 1958
  • Bellini – 1962
  • Jurandir – 1962
  • Gérson – 1970
  • Zetti – 1994
  • Cafu -1994
  • Leonardo – 1994
  • Müller -1994
  • Juliano Belletti – 2002
  • Rogério Ceni – 2002
  • Kaká – 2002   

6. Penarol – 14

Another well-known Uruguayan club that has seen countless world players carve their names in the FIFA World Cup. Despite the fact that Nacional are the most well-known name in Uruguay, Penarol has also produced the most World Cup winners, as seen in the table below.

  • Peregrino Anselmo – 1930
  • Miguel Capuccini – 1930
  • Lorenzo Fernández – 1930
  • Álvaro Gestido – 1930
  • Carlos Riolfo – 1930
  • Julio César Britos – 1950
  • Alcides Ghiggia – 1950
  • Juan Carlos González – 1950  
  • Roque Máspoli – 1950
  • Oscar Míguez – 1950  
  • Washington Ortuño – 1950  
  • Juan Alberto Schiaffino – 1950   
  • Obdulio Varela (Captain) – 1950
  • Ernesto Vidal – 1950  

5. Santos – 15

Santos have produced a large number of legendary players, the most notable of them is Pele, the only player in history to have won three World Cups. The players listed below have all won the World Cup while playing for Santos.

  • Pelé – 1958
  • Zito – 1958
  • Pepe – 1958
  • Gilmar – 1962
  • Mauro (Captain) – 1962
  • Zito – 1962
  • Coutinho – 1962   
  • Pelé – 1962
  • Pepe – 1962
  • Mengálvio – 1962
  • Carlos Alberto (Captain) – 1970
  • Clodoaldo – 1970
  • Pelé – 1970
  • Joel – 1970
  • Edu – 1970

4. AS Roma – 16

AS Roma seems to have the fourth most World Cup winners, despite the fact that half of them are Italian and Brazilian. Roma are a well-known Italian team, and several Italian players, such as Francesco Totti, have won the World Cup. The other World Cup winners are displayed below.

  • Attilio Ferraris – 1934
  • Enrique Guaita – 1934
  • Guido Masetti – 1934
  • Aldo Donati – 1938
  • Guido Masetti – 1938
  • Eraldo Monzeglio – 1938
  • Pietro Serantoni – 1938
  • Bruno Conti – 1982
  • Rudi Völler – 1990
  • Thomas Berthold – 1990
  • Aldair – 1994
  • Vincent Candela – 1998
  • Cafu (Captain) – 2002
  • Daniele De Rossi – 2006
  • Francesco Totti – 2006
  • Simone Perrotta – 2006
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3. Inter Milan – 20  

Inter are also another Italian club that boasts the most World Cup winners, with over 20 players who have won the World Cup while starring for Inter. The majority of them are obviously Italian, but we also have French and Germans, as you can see below.

  • Luigi Allemandi – 1934
  •  Armando Castellazzi  – 1934   
  • Attilio Demaria Italy – 1934
  •  Giuseppe Meazza – 1934
  •  Giovanni Ferrari – 1938  
  • Pietro Ferraris – 1938      
  • Ugo Locatelli – 1938  
  • Giuseppe Meazza (Captain) – 1938  
  • Renato Olmi – 1938  
  • Giuseppe Bergomi – 1982
  •  Giampiero Marini – 1982
  •  Ivano Bordon – 1982
  •  Gabriele Oriali – 1982  
  • Alessandro Altobelli – 1982
  •  Andreas Brehme – 1990  
  • Lothar Matthäus (Captain) – 1990  
  • Jürgen Klinsmann – 1990
  •  Youri Djorkaeff – 1998
  •  Ronaldo – 2002  
  • Marco Materazzi – 2006

2. Bayern Munich – 24

Bayern Munich remains the second club with the most World Cup-winning players, here are the 24 players who have played for the Bundesliga giants and won the World Cup as well.

  • Hans Bauer – 1954  
  • Sepp Maier – 1974  
  • Paul Breitner – 1974  
  • Hans-Georg Schwarzenbeck – 1974
  •  Franz Beckenbauer (Captain) – 1974
  •  Gerd Müller – 1974
  •  Uli Hoeneß – 1974
  •  Jupp Kapellmann – 1974
  •  Stefan Reuter – 1990
  •  Jürgen Kohler West – 1990  
  • Klaus Augenthaler – 1990  
  • Raimond Aumann – 1990
  •  Hans Pflügler – 1990
  •  Olaf Thon – 1990
  •  Jorginho – 1994
  •  Bixente – 1998  
  • Manuel Neuer – 2014  
  • Bastian Schweinsteiger – 2014  
  • Thomas Müller – 2014   
  • Philipp Lahm (Captain) – 2014  
  • Toni Kroos – 2014  
  • Mario Götze – 2014  
  • Jérôme Boateng – 2014  
  • Corentin Tolisso – 2018

1. Juventus – 27

No club has developed more World Cup winners than Juventus, which has now produced 27 World Cup winners, with Di Maria and Leandro Paredes joining the list. The remaining World Cup winners are shown below.

  • Luigi Bertolini – 1934
  •  Felice Borel – 1934
  •  Umberto Caligaris – 1934
  •  Gianpiero Combi (Captain) – 1934
  •  Giovanni Ferrari – 1934
  •  Luis Monti – 1934  
  • Raimundo Orsi – 1934  
  • Virginio Rosetta – 1934  
  • Mario Varglien – 1934  
  • Alfredo Foni – 1938  
  • Pietro Rava – 1938
  •  Dino Zoff (Captain) – 1982
  •  Antonio Cabrini – 1982  
  • Claudio Gentile – 1982  
  • Gaetano Scirea – 1982  
  • Marco Tardelli – 1982
  •  Paolo Rossi – 1982
  •  Didier Deschamps (Captain) – 1998  
  • Zinedine Zidane – 1998  
  • Gianluigi Buffon – 2006  
  • Fabio Cannavaro (Captain) – 2006  
  • Alessandro Del Piero – 2006   
  • Mauro Camoranesi – 2006
  •  Gianluca Zambrotta – 2006  
  • Blaise Matuidi – 2018
  • Leandro Paredes – 2022
  • Angel Di Maria – 2022

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