World Cup

The World Cup has been held since 1930 and many Wolves players have taken part in the finals. Those who have with the club at the time are Steve Bull 1990, Peter Broadbent 1958, Eddie Clamp 1958, Ron Flowers 1962 & 1966, David Kelly 1994, Jimmy Mullen 1950 & 1954, Bill Slater 1958, Bert Williams 1950, Dennis Wilshaw 1954, Billy Wright 1950, 1954 & 1958. Those who have also taken part are Sami Al-Jabar 1994, 1998, 2002 & 2006, Darren Anderton 1998, Dave Beasant 1990, Joachim Bjorklund 1994, Henri Camara 2002, Fernando Gomez 1990, Harvard Flo 1998, Ricky Herbert 1982, Glenn Hoddle 1982*, 1986*, Emlyn Hughes 1970, Jacob Laursen 1998, Allan Nielsen 1998, Paul Ince 1998, Hassan Kachloul 1994, Gunnar Halle 1994 & 1998, Bill McGarry 1954, Ki-Hyeon Seol 2002, Peter Withe 1982* and second world war guest Laurie Scott 1950 and trialist Alan Ball 1966 & 1970, Paul Gasciogne 1990 & Don Howe 1958 & 1962 (squad). Sami-Al Jabar is the only Asian player to score in three finals and is one of only five players to score in finals twelve years apart. Kevin Muscat scored four times against America Somoa in Australia’s amazing World Cup record win 31-0, in April 2001.