There are four Germans managing World Cup teams, the most of any other country.

Argentina, Colombia, Italy and Portugal each have three managers, while Bosnia and France have two apiece.

Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Bosnia, Brazil, Croatia, Holland, England, France, Germany, Ghana, Italy, Mexico, Nigeria, Portugal, South Korea, Spain and Uruguay are managed by their own countrymen.

Chile, Colombia, Algeria, Honduras, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Ivory Coast, Switzerland, United States, Cameroon, Russia, Japan, Iran and Greece are managed by foreigners.