Every professional football player wants to win a FIFA World Cup, and some have been lucky enough to do it more than once.

Only 21 of the 445 players who have been on a winning team have won two or more World Cups, and one player stands out from the rest.

The Sporting News talks a lot about the players who have won the most FIFA World Cups.

The legendary player Pele is the only player to have won three World Cups. He won his first World Cup in 1958, when he was only 17 years old and wowed the world.

He also won in Chile four years later, even though he was hurt and couldn't play in the final.

Pele and Brazil didn't win in 1966, but they beat Italy 4-1 in the final of the 1970 World Cup in Mexico and won again. People think that their World Cup team from 1970 was one of the best ever.

There are about 20 other players who have won more than one World Cup. All but one of them are from Brazil or Italy.

This includes legendary Brazilian players like Cafu and Ronaldo, who were on the winning teams in 1994 and 2002.

Ronaldo had one of his best tournaments as a player in 2002 in Japan and South Korea. He scored eight goals, including both goals in the final win over Germany, which was 2-0.

Daniel Passarella is another famous player in this group. He led Argentina to victory at home in 1978 and was on the team that won in Mexico in 1986.

Garrincha was a big reason why Brazil won back-to-back World Cups in 1958 and 1962,

and Giuseppe Meazza was a big reason why Italy won back-to-back World Cups in 1934 and 1938.