Oldest Goalscorers In World Cup History

Goal.com lines up the oldest goalscorers in the history of the World Cup...
1930 World Cup

Hector Scarone (Uruguay) - Age 31 years 237 days - Uruguay vs Romania

1934 World Cup

Raimundo Orsi (Italy) - Age 32 years 190 days - Italy vs Czecho-Slovakia

1938 World Cup

Tore Keller (Sweden) - Age 33 years 159 days - Sweden vs Cuba

1950 World Cup

Obdulio Varela (Uruguay) - Age 32 years 292 days - Uruguay vs Spain

Obdulio Varela - Uruguay

1954 World Cup

Obdulio Varela (Uruguay) - Age 36 years 279 days - Uruguay vs England

1958 World Cup

Gunnar Gren (Sweden) - Age 37 years 236 days - Sweden vs Germany

1962 World Cup

Francisco Zuluaga (Colombia) - Age 33 years 115 days - Colombia vs Uruguay

1966 World Cup

Garrincha (Brazil) - Age 32 years 257 days - Brazil vs Bulgaria

Garrincha - Brazil

1970 World Cup

Uwe Seeler (Germany) - Age 33 years 221 days - Germany vs England

1974 World Cup

Ricardo Pavoni (Uruguay) - Age 30 years 346 days - Uruguay vs Bulgaria

1978 World Cup

Romeo Benetti (Italy) - Age 32 years 229 days - Italy vs Hungary

1982 World Cup

Laszlo Fazekas (Hungary) - Age 34 years 243 days - Hungary vs El Salvador

1986 World Cup

Oleg Blokhin (USSR) - Age 32 years 216 days - USSR vs Canada

1990 World Cup

Roger Milla (Cameroon) - Age 38 years 34 days - Cameroon vs Colombia

Roger Milla - Cameroon

1994 World Cup

Roger Milla (Cameroon) - Age 42 years 39 days - Cameroon vs Russia

1998 World Cup

Ricardo Pelaez (Mexico) - Age 35 years 105 days - Mexico vs Netherlands

2002 World Cup

Fernando Hierro (Spain) - Age 34 years 76 days - Spain vs Paraguay

2006 World Cup

Yahya Golmohammadi (Iran) - Age 35 years 83 days - Iran vs Mexico

Cuauhtemoc Blanco - Mexico

2010 World Cup


Cuauhtemoc Blanco (Mexico) - Age 37 years 151 days - Mexico vs France

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