The World Cup final match between Argentina and France is scheduled on Sunday, December 18.
This will surely be a tough challenge for the French, who will take on Argentina and its star captain Lionel Messi in the hopes of becoming the third nation in history to win back-to-back men's World Cups.
What's more, an intense final against Argentina at the Lusail Stadium will see Kylian Mbappé face his PSG teammate, Messi, as the two nations clash to decide which team is the 2022 World Cup champion.
Before that exciting final, let's take a quick look on some interesting trivia about the two contenders.
How many times has Argentina won the World Cup?
- 1978 (they were the host nation, a 3-1 win vs the Netherlands)
- 1986 (held in Mexico, a 3-2 victory against West Germany)
In 18 World Cup tournaments, Argentina has 47 victories in 87 matches.
Argentina have been runners-up three times: in 1930, 1990 and 2014.
Argentina is now playing in their sixth World Cup final.
Argentina forward and captain Lionel Messi will be playing in his second World Cup final, after his side lost to Germany in 2014. The World Cup trophy is the only major award missing from his collection.
Argentina has never won the World Cup during Messi's era, and the 35-year-old said this will be his last appearance in soccer's biggest tournament.
How many times has France won the World Cup?
- 1998 (they were the host nation, a 3-0 win vs Brazil)
- 2018 (held in Russia, a 4-2 victory vs Croatia)
France has competed in 16 World Cups, including the inaugural edition in 1930 and the tournament in Qatar 2022.
France was runner-up in 2006 and has finished 3rd twice (1958, 1986).
They have also hosted the tournament twice (1938, 1998).
France last failed to qualify for the World Cup in 1994 - actually, they did not play in the tournament for 12 years after missing out in both 1990 and 1994, but in 1998 they returned to win it all on home soil.
France is now playing in their fourth World Cup final.
Argentina and France have played against each other three times in the World Cup.
Their last meeting was in Russia in 2018, when France won 4-3 in the Round of 16.
Argentina won the first two meetings back in 1930 and 1978.
Teams that have won Back-to-Back World Cup titles
Should France's Les Bleus manage to successfully defend their title from 2018, they would be the third country in history to win consecutive men's World Cups.
They would join Italy (1934, 1938) and Brazil (1958, 1962), and they would become the first side to accomplish the feat in 60 years.
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