This is a list of all managers who have appeared in the FIFA World Cup, the most prestigious tournament for national teams in association football.

In total, over 350 individuals have managed or co-managed a team in at least one match in the World Cup. Carlos Alberto Parreira is the manager who has appeared in the most editions of the tournament, six from 1982 to 2010.[1] Parreira also shares with Bora Milutinović the record for most different nations managed in the World Cup, with five.[2] Helmut Schön holds the records for both most matches managed (25) and most matches won (16),[3] all with West Germany in 1966–1978.

Vittorio Pozzo is the only person who has won the World Cup twice as a manager, in 1934 and 1938 with Italy.[4] Mário Zagallo in 1970 with Brazil, Franz Beckenbauer in 1990 with West Germany and Didier Deschamps in 2018 with France won the tournament as managers after having previously won it as players.[5] For a complete list of title-winning managers, see List of FIFA World Cup winners.

The youngest manager to appear in the competition is Juan José Tramutola, who co-managed Argentina at age 27 in 1930,[6] while the oldest is Otto Rehhagel, who was in charge of Greece at age 71 in 2010.[7] The first person to have had the roles of both a player and a manager in the tournament is Milorad Arsenijević, who played for Yugoslavia in 1930 and went on to coach them in 1950.[8]

While many of the participating nations have been led on one or more occasions by foreign managers in the World Cup, the two teams with the most appearances, Brazil and Germany, have always been managed by natives.[a] On the other side of the spectrum, Cameroon is the team with the most participations always led by foreigners, seven; all the managers employed by the team for the World Cup have come from UEFA countries.[9] No foreign manager has ever won the World Cup, and only two have reached the final match: George Raynor of England, with Sweden in 1958, and Ernst Happel of Austria, with the Netherlands in 1978.[10]

By team

The teams are listed in decreasing order of number of appearances in the World Cup.

By year

Flags indicate the managers' nationalities, while FIFA trigrammes indicate the teams they were in charge of.

Year Managers
1930

Argentina J. Laguna (PAR) • Argentina F. Olazar & Argentina J. Tramutola (ARG) • Belgium H. Goetinck (BEL) • Bolivia U. Saucedo (BOL) • Brazil Píndaro (BRA) • France R. Caudron (FRA) • Hungary G. Orth (CHI) • Spain Mexico J. Luque de Serrallonga (MEX) • Romania C. Rădulescu (ROU) • Spain F. Bru (PER) • Scotland United States R. Millar (USA) • Uruguay A. Suppici (URU) • Kingdom of Yugoslavia B. Simonović (YUG)

1934

Austria H. Meisl (AUT) • Austria J. Uridil & Romania C. Rădulescu (ROU) • Belgium H. Goetinck (BEL) • Brazil L. Vinhaes (BRA) • Czechoslovakia K. Petrů (TCH) • England B. Glendenning (NED) • England S. Kimpton (FRA) • Germany O. Nerz (GER) • Hungary Ö. Nádas (HUN) • Hungary J. Nagy (SWE) • Italy F. Pascucci (ARG) • Italy V. Pozzo (ITA) • Scotland J. McCrae (EGY) • Spain A. García (ESP) • Switzerland H. Müller (SUI) • Scotland United States D. Gould (USA)

1938

Brazil A. Pimenta (BRA) • Cuba J. Tapia (CUB) • Czechoslovakia J. Meissner (TCH) • England J. Butler (BEL) • England B. Glendenning (NED) • France G. Barreau (FRA) • Germany S. Herberger (GER) • Germany K. Rappan[c] (SUI) • Hungary K. Dietz & Hungary A. Schaffer (HUN) • Hungary J. Nagy (SWE) • Italy V. Pozzo (ITA) • Netherlands J. Mastenbroek (INH) • Norway A. Halvorsen (NOR) • Poland J. Kałuża (POL) • Romania A. Săvulescu & Romania C. Rădulescu (ROU)

1950

Brazil F. Costa (BRA) • Chile A. Buccicardi (CHI) • England G. Raynor (SWE) • England W. Winterbottom (ENG) • Italy F. Novo (ITA) • Italy M. Pretto (BOL) • Mexico O. Vial (MEX) • Paraguay M. Fleitas Solich (PAR) • Spain G. Eizaguirre (ESP) • Switzerland F. Andreoli (SUI) • Scotland United States W. Jeffrey (USA) • Uruguay J. López (URU) • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia M. Arsenijević (YUG)

1954

Austria W. Nausch (AUT) • Austria K. Rappan (SUI) • Brazil Z. Moreira (BRA) • Czechoslovakia K. Borhy (TCH) • England W. Winterbottom (ENG) • France P. Pibarot (FRA) • Hungary L. Czeizler (ITA) • Hungary G. Sebes (HUN) • Italy S. Puppo (TUR) • Scotland A. Beattie & selection committee[e] (SCO) • Scotland D. Livingstone (BEL) • South Korea Kim Yong-sik (KOR) • Spain A. López Herranz (MEX) • Uruguay J. López (URU) • West Germany S. Herberger (FRG) • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia A. Tirnanić (YUG)

1958

Argentina G. Stábile (ARG) • Austria J. Argauer (AUT) • Brazil V. Feola (BRA) • Czechoslovakia K. Kolský (TCH) • England G. Raynor (SWE) • England W. Winterbottom (ENG) • France A. Batteux (FRA) • Hungary L. Baróti (HUN) • Northern Ireland P. Doherty (NIR) • Paraguay A. González (PAR) • Scotland D. Walker[f] (SCO) • Soviet Union G. Kachalin (URS) • Spain A. López Herranz (MEX) • Wales J. Murphy (WAL) • West Germany S. Herberger (FRG) • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia A. Tirnanić (YUG)

1962

Argentina France H. Herrera (ESP) • Argentina J. Lorenzo (ARG) • Argentina A. Pedernera (COL) • Austria K. Rappan (SUI) • Brazil A. Moreira (BRA) • Bulgaria G. Pachedzhiev (BUL) • Chile F. Riera (CHI) • Austria Czechoslovakia R. Vytlačil (TCH) • England W. Winterbottom (ENG) • Hungary L. Baróti (HUN) • Italy P. Mazza & Italy G. Ferrari (ITA) • Mexico I. Trelles (MEX) • Soviet Union G. Kachalin (URS) • Uruguay J. Corazzo (URU) • West Germany S. Herberger (FRG) • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia L. Lovrić, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia P. Mihajlović & Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia H. Ruševljanin (YUG)

1966

Argentina J. Lorenzo (ARG) • Austria Czechoslovakia R. Vytlačil (BUL) • Brazil V. Feola (BRA) • Brazil O. Glória (POR) • Chile L. Álamos (CHI) • England A. Ramsey (ENG) • France H. Guérin (FRA) • Hungary L. Baróti (HUN) • Italy E. Fabbri (ITA) • Italy A. Foni (SUI) • Mexico I. Trelles (MEX) • North Korea Myung Rye-hyun (PRK) • Soviet Union N. Morozov (URS) • Spain J. Villalonga (ESP) • Uruguay O. Viera (URU) • West Germany H. Schön (FRG)

1970

Belgium R. Goethals (BEL) • Brazil Didi (PER) • Brazil M. Zagallo (BRA) • Bulgaria S. Bozhkov (BUL) • Chile H. Carrasco (SLV) • Czechoslovakia J. Marko (TCH) • England A. Ramsey (ENG) • Israel E. Scheffer (ISR) • Italy F. Valcareggi (ITA) • Mexico R. Cárdenas (MEX) • Romania A. Niculescu (ROU) • Soviet Union G. Kachalin (URS) • Sweden O. Bergmark (SWE) • Argentina Uruguay J. Hohberg (URU) • West Germany H. Schön (FRG) • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia B. Vidinić (MAR)

1974

Argentina V. Cap (ARG) • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Australia R. Rasic (AUS) • Brazil M. Zagallo (BRA) • Bulgaria H. Mladenov (BUL) • Chile L. Álamos (CHI) • East Germany G. Buschner (GDR) • Haiti A. Tassy (HAI) • Italy F. Valcareggi (ITA) • Netherlands R. Michels (NED) • Poland K. Górski (POL) • Scotland W. Ormond (SCO) • Sweden G. Ericson (SWE) • Uruguay R. Porta (URU) • West Germany H. Schön (FRG) • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia M. Miljanić (YUG) • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia B. Vidinić (ZAI)

1978

Argentina C. Menotti (ARG) • Austria E. Happel (NED) • Austria H. Senekowitsch (AUT) • Brazil C. Coutinho (BRA) • France M. Hidalgo (FRA) • Hungary L. Baróti (HUN) • Iran H. Mohajerani (IRN) • Italy E. Bearzot (ITA) • Mexico J. Roca (MEX) • Peru M. Calderón (PER) • Poland J. Gmoch (POL) • Scotland A. MacLeod (SCO) • Hungary Spain L. Kubala (ESP) • Sweden G. Ericson (SWE) • Tunisia A. Chetali (TUN) • West Germany H. Schön (FRG)

1982

Algeria M. Khalef & Algeria R. Mekhloufi (ALG) • Argentina C. Menotti (ARG) • Austria F. Latzke & Austria G. Schmidt (AUT) • Belgium G. Thys (BEL) • Brazil C. Parreira (KUW) • Brazil Telê Santana (BRA) • Brazil Tim (PER) • Chile L. Santibáñez (CHI) • Czechoslovakia J. Vengloš (TCH) • El Salvador M. Rodríguez (SLV) • England J. Adshead (NZL) • England R. Greenwood (ENG) • France M. Hidalgo (FRA) • France J. Vincent (CMR) • Honduras J. de la Paz Herrera (HON) • Hungary K. Mészöly (HUN) • Italy E. Bearzot (ITA) • Northern Ireland B. Bingham (NIR) • Poland A. Piechniczek (POL) • Scotland J. Stein (SCO) • Soviet Union K. Beskov (URS) • Uruguay Spain J. Santamaría (ESP) • West Germany J. Derwall (FRG) • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia M. Miljanić (YUG)

1986

Algeria R. Saâdane (ALG) • Argentina C. Bilardo (ARG) • Belgium G. Thys (BEL) • Brazil Evaristo (IRQ) • Brazil J. Faria (MAR) • Brazil Telê Santana (BRA) • Bulgaria I. Vutsov (BUL) • England B. Robson (ENG) • England T. Waiters (CAN) • France H. Michel (FRA) • Hungary G. Mezey (HUN) • Italy E. Bearzot (ITA) • Northern Ireland B. Bingham (NIR) • Paraguay C. Ré (PAR) • Poland A. Piechniczek (POL) • Portugal J. Torres (POR) • Scotland A. Ferguson (SCO) • South Korea Kim Jung-nam (KOR) • Soviet Union V. Lobanovskyi (URS) • Spain M. Muñoz (ESP) • Uruguay O. Borrás (URU) • West Germany F. Beckenbauer (FRG) • West Germany S. Piontek (DEN) • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia B. Milutinović (MEX)

1990

Argentina C. Bilardo (ARG) • Austria J. Hickersberger (AUT) • Belgium G. Thys (BEL) • Brazil S. Lazaroni (BRA) • Brazil C. Parreira (UAE) • Colombia F. Maturana (COL) • Czechoslovakia J. Vengloš (TCH) • Egypt M. El-Gohary (EGY) • England J. Charlton (IRL) • England B. Robson (ENG) • Italy A. Vicini (ITA) • Netherlands L. Beenhakker (NED) • Romania E. Jenei (ROU) • Scotland A. Roxburgh (SCO) • South Korea Lee Hoe-taik (KOR) • Soviet Union V. Lobanovskyi (URS) • Soviet Union V. Nepomnyashchy (CMR) • Spain L. Suárez (ESP) • Sweden O. Nordin (SWE) • United States B. Gansler (USA) • Uruguay Ó. Tabárez (URU) • West Germany F. Beckenbauer (FRG) • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia B. Milutinović (CRC) • Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia I. Osim (YUG)

1994

Argentina A. Basile (ARG) • Argentina J. Solari (KSA) • Belgium P. Van Himst (BEL) • Brazil C. Parreira (BRA) • Bulgaria D. Penev (BUL) • Colombia F. Maturana (COL) • England J. Charlton (IRL) • England R. Hodgson (SUI) • France H. Michel (CMR) • Germany B. Vogts (GER) • Greece A. Panagoulias (GRE) • Italy A. Sacchi (ITA) • Mexico M. Mejía Barón (MEX) • Morocco A. Blinda (MAR) • Netherlands D. Advocaat (NED) • Netherlands C. Westerhof (NGA) • Norway E. Olsen (NOR) • Romania A. Iordănescu (ROU) • Russia P. Sadyrin (RUS) • South Korea Kim Ho (KOR) • Spain X. Azkargorta (BOL) • Spain J. Clemente (ESP) • Sweden T. Svensson (SWE) • Federal Republic of Yugoslavia B. Milutinović (USA)

1998

Argentina D. Passarella (ARG) • Austria H. Prohaska (AUT) • Belgium G. Leekens (BEL) • Brazil P. Carpegiani (PAR) • Brazil C. Parreira & Saudi Arabia M. Al-Kharashy[g] (KSA) • Brazil R. Simões (JAM) • Brazil M. Zagallo (BRA) • Bulgaria H. Bonev (BUL) • Uruguay Chile N. Acosta (CHI) • Colombia H. Gómez (COL) • Croatia M. Blažević (CRO) • England G. Hoddle (ENG) • France A. Jacquet (FRA) • France C. Le Roy (CMR) • France H. Michel (MAR) • France P. Troussier (RSA) • Germany B. Vogts (GER) • Iran J. Talebi (IRN) • Italy C. Maldini (ITA) • Japan T. Okada (JPN) • Mexico M. Lapuente (MEX) • Netherlands G. Hiddink (NED) • Norway E. Olsen (NOR) • Poland H. Kasperczak & Tunisia A. Selmi[h] (TUN) • Romania A. Iordănescu (ROU) • Scotland C. Brown (SCO) • South Korea Cha Bum-kun & South Korea Kim Pyung-seok[d] (KOR) • Spain J. Clemente (ESP) • Sweden B. Johansson (DEN) • United States S. Sampson (USA) • Federal Republic of Yugoslavia B. Milutinović (NGA) • Federal Republic of Yugoslavia S. Santrač (YUG)

2002

Argentina M. Bielsa (ARG) • Belgium R. Waseige (BEL) • Brazil L. Scolari (BRA) • Colombia H. Gómez (ECU) • Costa Rica A. Guimarães (CRC) • Croatia M. Jozić (CRO) • Denmark M. Olsen (DEN) • France R. Lemerre (FRA) • France B. Metsu (SEN) • France P. Troussier (JPN) • Germany W. Schäfer (CMR) • Germany R. Völler (GER) • Italy C. Maldini (PAR) • Italy G. Trapattoni (ITA) • Mexico J. Aguirre (MEX) • Netherlands G. Hiddink (KOR) • Nigeria F. Onigbinde (NGA) • Poland J. Engel (POL) • Portugal A. Oliveira (POR) • Republic of Ireland M. McCarthy (IRL) • Russia O. Romantsev (RUS) • Saudi Arabia N. Al-Johar (KSA) • Slovenia S. Katanec (SVN) • South Africa J. Sono (RSA) • Spain J. Camacho (ESP) • Sweden S.-G. Eriksson (ENG) • Sweden L. Lagerbäck & Sweden T. Söderberg (SWE) • Tunisia A. Souayah (TUN) • Turkey Ş. Güneş (TUR) • United States B. Arena (USA) • Uruguay V. Púa (URU) • Federal Republic of Yugoslavia B. Milutinović (CHN)

2006

Angola Oliveira Gonçalves (ANG) • Argentina R. La Volpe (MEX) • Argentina J. Pékerman (ARG) • Brazil M. Paquetá (KSA) • Brazil C. Parreira (BRA) • Brazil L. Scolari (POR) • Brazil Zico (JPN) • Czech Republic K. Brückner (CZE) • Colombia L. Suárez (ECU) • Costa Rica A. Guimarães (CRC) • Croatia B. Ivanković (IRN) • Croatia Z. Kranjčar (CRO) • France R. Domenech (FRA) • France R. Lemerre (TUN) • France H. Michel (CIV) • Germany J. Klinsmann (GER) • Germany O. Pfister (TOG) • Italy M. Lippi (ITA) • Netherlands D. Advocaat (KOR) • Netherlands M. van Basten (NED) • Netherlands L. Beenhakker (TRI) • Netherlands G. Hiddink (AUS) • Poland P. Janas (POL) • Serbia R. Dujković[b] (GHA) • Serbia I. Petković[b] (SCG) • Spain L. Aragonés (ESP) • Sweden S.-G. Eriksson (ENG) • Sweden L. Lagerbäck (SWE) • Switzerland K. Kuhn (SUI) • Ukraine O. Blokhin (UKR) • United States B. Arena (USA) • Uruguay A. Ruiz (PAR)

2010

Algeria R. Saâdane (ALG) • Argentina M. Bielsa (CHI) • Argentina D. Maradona (ARG) • Argentina G. Martino (PAR) • Brazil Dunga (BRA) • Brazil C. Parreira (RSA) • Colombia R. Rueda (HON) • Denmark M. Olsen (DEN) • Germany O. Hitzfeld (SUI) • Germany J. Löw (GER) • Germany O. Rehhagel (GRE) • France R. Domenech (FRA) • France P. Le Guen (CMR) • Italy F. Capello (ENG) • Italy M. Lippi (ITA) • Japan T. Okada (JPN) • Mexico J. Aguirre (MEX) • Netherlands B. van Marwijk (NED) • Netherlands P. Verbeek (AUS) • New Zealand R. Herbert (NZL) • North Korea Kim Jong-hun (PRK) • Portugal C. Queiroz (POR) • Serbia R. Antić (SRB) • Serbia M. Rajevac (GHA) • Slovakia V. Weiss (SVK) • Slovenia M. Kek (SVN) • South Korea Huh Jung-moo (KOR) • Spain V. del Bosque (ESP) • Sweden S.-G. Eriksson (CIV) • Sweden L. Lagerbäck (NGA) • United States B. Bradley (USA) • Uruguay Ó. Tabárez (URU)

2014

Argentina A. Sabella (ARG) • Argentina J. Sampaoli (CHI) • Australia A. Postecoglou (AUS) • Belgium M. Wilmots (BEL) • Bosnia and Herzegovina V. Halilhodžić (ALG) • Bosnia and Herzegovina S. Sušić (BIH) • Brazil L. Scolari (BRA) • Argentina Colombia J. Pékerman (COL) • Colombia J. Pinto (CRC) • Colombia R. Rueda (ECU) • Colombia L. Suárez (HON) • Croatia N. Kovač (CRO) • England R. Hodgson (ENG) • France D. Deschamps (FRA) • France S. Lamouchi (CIV) • Germany V. Finke (CMR) • Germany O. Hitzfeld (SUI) • Germany J. Klinsmann (USA) • Germany J. Löw (GER) • Ghana J. Appiah (GHA) • Italy F. Capello (RUS) • Italy C. Prandelli (ITA) • Italy A. Zaccheroni (JPN) • Mexico M. Herrera (MEX) • Netherlands L. van Gaal (NED) • Nigeria S. Keshi (NGA) • Portugal P. Bento (POR) • Portugal C. Queiroz (IRN) • Portugal F. Santos (GRE) • South Korea Hong Myung-bo (KOR) • Spain V. del Bosque (ESP) • Uruguay Ó. Tabárez (URU)

2018

Argentina H. Cúper (EGY) • Argentina R. Gareca (PER) • Argentina J. Sampaoli (ARG) • Brazil Tite (BRA) • Colombia H. Gómez (PAN) • Colombia J. Osorio (MEX) • Argentina Colombia J. Pékerman (COL) • Costa Rica Ó. Ramírez (CRC) • Croatia Z. Dalić (CRO) • England G. Southgate (ENG) • France D. Deschamps (FRA) • France H. Renard (MAR) • Germany J. Löw (GER) • Germany G. Rohr (NGA) • Iceland H. Hallgrímsson (ISL) • Japan A. Nishino (JPN) • Netherlands B. van Marwijk (AUS) • Norway Å. Hareide (DEN) • Poland A. Nawałka (POL) • Portugal C. Queiroz (IRN) • Portugal F. Santos (POR) • Russia S. Cherchesov (RUS) • Senegal A. Cissé (SEN) • Serbia M. Krstajić (SRB) • South Korea Shin Tae-yong (KOR) • Spain F. Hierro (ESP) • Spain R. Martínez (BEL) • Argentina Spain J. Pizzi (KSA) • Sweden J. Andersson (SWE) • Bosnia and Herzegovina Switzerland V. Petković (SUI) • Tunisia N. Maâloul (TUN) • Uruguay Ó. Tabárez (URU)

By individual

Key: T – tournaments appeared in; N – different nations managed; M – matches; W – wins; D – draws; L – losses.

As per statistical convention in football, matches decided in extra time are counted as wins and losses, while matches decided by penalty shoot-outs are counted as draws.

Manager Nationality T N M W D L Editions and teams
Carlos Alberto Parreira  Brazil 6 5 23 10 4 9 1982 KUW, 1990 UAE, 1994 BRA, 1998 KSA,[g] 2006 BRA, 2010 RSA
Bora Milutinović  Yugoslavia
 FR Yugoslavia
5 5 20 8 3 9 1986 MEX, 1990 CRC, 1994 USA, 1998 NGA, 2002 CHN
Sepp Herberger  Germany
 West Germany
4 1 18 9 4 5 1938 GER, 1954 FRG, 1958 FRG, 1962 FRG
Walter Winterbottom  England 4 1 14 3 5 6 1950 ENG, 1954 ENG, 1958 ENG, 1962 ENG
Lajos Baróti  Hungary 4 1 15 5 2 8 1958 HUN, 1962 HUN, 1966 HUN, 1978 HUN
Helmut Schön  West Germany 4 1 25 16 5 4 1966 FRG, 1970 FRG, 1974 FRG, 1978 FRG
Henri Michel  France 4 4 16 6 4 6 1986 FRA, 1994 CMR, 1998 MAR, 2006 CIV
Óscar Tabárez  Uruguay 4 1 20 10 3 7 1990 URU, 2010 URU, 2014 URU, 2018 URU
Constantin Rădulescu  Romania 3 1 5 1 1 3 1930 ROU, 1934 ROU,[i] 1938 ROU[j]
Karl Rappan  Austria
 Germany[c]
3 1 10 3 1 6 1938 SUI, 1954 SUI, 1962 SUI
Gavriil Kachalin  Soviet Union 3 1 13 6 3 4 1958 URS, 1962 URS, 1970 URS
Enzo Bearzot  Italy 3 1 18 9 6 3 1978 ITA, 1982 ITA, 1986 ITA
Guy Thys  Belgium 3 1 16 6 3 7 1982 BEL, 1986 BEL, 1990 BEL
Mário Zagallo  Brazil 3 1 20 13 3 4 1970 BRA, 1974 BRA, 1998 BRA
Guus Hiddink  Netherlands 3 3 18 7 6 5 1998 NED, 2002 KOR, 2006 AUS
Sven-Göran Eriksson  Sweden 3 2 13 6 5 2 2002 ENG, 2006 ENG, 2010 CIV
Lars Lagerbäck  Sweden 3 2 11 2 5 4 2002 SWE,[k] 2006 SWE, 2010 NGA
Luiz Felipe Scolari  Brazil 3 2 21 14 3 4 2002 BRA, 2006 POR, 2014 BRA
Hernán Darío Gómez  Colombia 3 3 9 2 0 7 1998 COL, 2002 ECU, 2018 PAN
Joachim Löw  Germany 3 1 17 12 1 4 2010 GER, 2014 GER, 2018 GER
José Pékerman  Argentina
 Colombia
3 2 14 9 3 2 2006 ARG, 2014 COL, 2018 COL
Carlos Queiroz  Portugal 3 2 10 2 4 4 2010 POR, 2014 IRN, 2018 IRN
Hector Goetinck  Belgium 2 1 3 0 0 3 1930 BEL, 1934 BEL
Bob Glendenning  England 2 1 2 0 0 2 1934 NED, 1938 NED
József Nagy  Hungary 2 1 5 2 0 3 1934 SWE, 1938 SWE
Vittorio Pozzo  Italy 2 1 9 8 1 0 1934 ITA, 1938 ITA
Juan López  Uruguay 2 1 9 6 1 2 1950 URU, 1954 URU
Antonio López Herranz  Spain 2 1 5 0 1 4 1954 MEX, 1958 MEX
George Raynor  England 2 1 11 6 2 3 1950 SWE, 1958 SWE
Aleksandar Tirnanić  Yugoslavia 2 1 7 2 3 2 1954 YUG, 1958 YUG
Vicente Feola  Brazil 2 1 9 6 1 2 1958 BRA, 1966 BRA
Juan Carlos Lorenzo  Argentina 2 1 7 3 2 2 1962 ARG, 1966 ARG
Ignacio Trelles  Mexico 2 1 6 1 2 3 1962 MEX, 1966 MEX
Rudolf Vytlačil  Austria
 Czechoslovakia
2 2 9 3 1 5 1962 TCH, 1966 BUL
Alf Ramsey  England 2 1 10 7 1 2 1966 ENG, 1970 ENG
Luis Álamos  Chile 2 1 6 0 3 3 1966 CHI, 1974 CHI
Ferruccio Valcareggi  Italy 2 1 9 4 3 2 1970 ITA, 1974 ITA
Blagoje Vidinić  Yugoslavia 2 2 6 0 1 5 1970 MAR, 1974 ZAI
Georg Ericson  Sweden 2 1 9 2 3 4 1974 SWE, 1978 SWE
Michel Hidalgo  France 2 1 10 4 2 4 1978 FRA, 1982 FRA
César Luis Menotti  Argentina 2 1 12 7 1 4 1978 ARG, 1982 ARG
Miljan Miljanić  Yugoslavia 2 1 9 2 3 4 1974 YUG, 1982 YUG
Billy Bingham  Northern Ireland 2 1 8 1 4 3 1982 NIR, 1986 NIR
Antoni Piechniczek  Poland 2 1 11 4 4 3 1982 POL, 1986 POL
Telê Santana  Brazil 2 1 10 8 1 1 1982 BRA, 1986 BRA
Franz Beckenbauer  West Germany 2 1 14 8 4 2 1986 FRG, 1990 FRG
Carlos Bilardo  Argentina 2 1 14 8 4 2 1986 ARG, 1990 ARG
Valeriy Lobanovskyi