World Cup USA '94

A soccer game based on the 1994 FIFA World Cup tournament hosted by the USA.

Overview

World Cup USA '94 is a soccer game developed by Tiertex Design Studios and published by U.S. Gold (SunSoft for Japanese releases) for multiple platforms. It is based on and licensed by the 1994 FIFA World Cup tournament, which was staged in nine cities across the United States of America. The 1994 World Cup mascot, a brown soccer-playing dog named Striker, features heavily in the game's menus and box art. The game was released on almost every home computer and console active in 1994. This would be the last officially produced FIFA World Cup game, as World Cup tournaments would be folded into EA Sports's annualized FIFA Soccer games.

The Super Nintendo version of World Cup USA 94 features all 24 qualifying teams for the 1994 World Cup and eight additional teams that did not qualify (including England, Scotland, France, Japan and other countries that traditionally buy a lot of soccer games). Non-qualifying teams are marked with an asterisk (*). Other versions had different assortments of non-qualifying teams, including Canada, Austria, Uruguay and the former nation of Czechoslovakia.

  • USA
  • Germany
  • Mexico
  • Greece
  • Russia
  • Colombia
  • Brazil
  • Bolivia
  • Switzerland
  • Italy
  • Norway
  • England*
  • Republic of Ireland (Eire)
  • Scotland*
  • Denmark*
  • Belgium
  • Romania
  • Sweden
  • France*
  • Morocco
  • Cameroon
  • Argentina
  • Japan*
  • South Korea
  • Portugal*
  • Netherlands (Holland)
  • Spain
  • Wales*
  • Nigeria
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Australia*
  • Bulgaria