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World Cup history quiz

Spain team members celebrate with the World Cup

Spain team members celebrate with the World Cup trophy after the World Cup final soccer match between the Netherlands and Spain at Soccer City in Johannesburg, South Africa on Sunday, July 11, 2010. (Credit: AP / Frank Augstein)

With the 2014 World Cup set to begin in Brazil on Thursday, test your soccer knowledge with our World Cup history quiz.

1

Which country has won the most men’s World Cup championships?

The FIFA World Cup winner's trophy is seen

Photo credit: Getty Images / Alexandre Schneider

2

Who had the most goals in men's World Cup history heading into the 2014 tournament?

Panama's goalkeeper Oscar McFarlane fails to save a

Photo credit: AP / Andre Penner

3

What is the furthest the U.S. has reached in its World Cup history?

United States head coach Juergen Klinsmann, fifth from

Photo credit: AP / Julio Cortez

4

Heading into the 2014 Cup, how many all-time wins does the men’s U.S. team have in World Cup play?

The United States' Brad Davis, left, keeps the

Photo credit: AP / Julio Cortez

5

Who is the youngest goal scorer in World Cup history?

A goal control camera is seen at the

Photo credit: Getty Images / Francois Xavier Marit

6

Which individual player has won the most World Cup matches?

The official Brazuca ball is seen during a

Photo credit: Getty Images / Patrik Stollarz

7

Archie Thompson has the record for most goals in a single qualifying match with:

Australia's Archie Thompson smiles while on the bench

Photo credit: AP / Rick Rycroft

8

When was the last time Brazil hosted the World Cup?

Brazilian soccer supporters look through holes in a

Photo credit: Getty Images / Dimitar Dilkoff

9

The record for most goals in a single World Cup is 171. What year did this happen?

Portugal fans cheer their team's first goal during

Photo credit: Getty Images / Stan Honda

10

Which coach has won the most World Cup matches with 25?

Indian sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik gives final touches

Photo credit: Getty Images / Asit Kumar

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