Youngest Goal Scorers at the World Cup
English teenager Jude Bellingham scored a goal at the 2022 World Cup. At 19 years and 145 days, he is just outside the list of the top-10 youngest scorers in World Cup history.
The youngest player in World Cup history to have scored a goal is Pelé, who scored against Wales in 1958 when aged just 17 years and 239 days old. The youngest player to appear at the World Cup was Northern Ireland's Norman Whiteside, who was just 17 years and 41 days old in 1982.
Top-10 List of the Youngest Scorers
|1||17 years, 239 days||Pelé||Brazil||1958|
|2||18 years, 93 days||Manuel Rosas||Mexico||1930|
|3||18 years, 190 days||Michael Owen||England||1998|
|4||18 years, 197 days||Nicolae Kovács||Romania||1930|
|5||18 years, 231 days||Dmitry Sychev||Russia||2002|
|6||18 years, 357 days||Lionel Messi||Argentina||2006|
|7||19 years, 25 days||Julian Green||USA||2014|
|8||19 years, 65 days||Divock Origi||Belgium||2014|
|9||19 years, 88 days||Martin Hoffman||East Germany||1974|
|10||19 years, 92 days||Constantin Stanciu||Romania||1930|
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- List of World Cup Top Goal Scorers (total goals)
- List of the Oldest and Youngest players at the World Cup
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