‘Time Traveller’ Who Correctly Predicted Euro 2020 Final Shares World Cup ‘Winner’

A self-proclaimed ‘time traveller’ who accurately predicted Euro 2020 results has ‘revealed’ who will win this year’s World Cup.
Credit: Alamy

A self-proclaimed ‘time traveller’ who accurately predicted the Euro 2020 final now claims to know the World Cup ‘winner’.

While the rest of us are still watching the group stage games with great anticipation and hope, TikTok user @worldcuptimetraveller has apparently already seen it all.

The account – now under a different handle – accurately predicted that the Three Lions’ Euro 2020 final against Italy was going to end in tears.

And, well, they were right.

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While there was a similar buzz surrounding England’s chances at this year’s World Cup in Qatar, the TikToker has essentially told fans to lower their expectations.

On November 26, the ‘time traveller’ posted a video saying: “Helping you out like last year.”

The clip shows Brazil players celebrating a 2-1 victory with the caption: “Brazil just beat France in the 2022 World Cup Final.”

For our sake, let’s hope that’s wrong.

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To be fair, Brazil and France are two of the strongest teams in the competition, with first and fourth FIFA World Rankings respectively, meaning a potential meeting in the final on December 18 is by no means out of the question.

But, this is football, anything can happen.

The time traveller’s clip has been viewed a staggering 19.5 million times on TikTok so far and liked nearly 2 million times.

In the comments, one person wrote: “Na it’s going to be Brazil v England in the final.”

Another said: “I’m coming back here on December 18.”

“Of all the things a time traveller could reveal, they decide to tell us who wins the World Cup,” added a third. “Thanks, mate.”

A time traveller has predicted that Brazil will win the World Cup, with Richarlison grabbing the winning goal. Credit: Alamy

Another said: “I hope so. I’ve got Brazil in the office sweepstake.”

One rather trusting follower said: “£50 going on that scoreline.”

Another referenced another renowned predictor, the TV show Family Guy, saying: “No, Family Guy said Mexico v Portugal in the final.”

If the time traveller is legit, they could be set to become very, very wealthy.

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You’d get some pretty hefty odds on calling the correct finalists, the scoreline, and correctly naming Marquinhos, Richarlison and Griezmann the goalscorers.

However, if you’re a fan of any national team that isn’t Brazil, don’t lose too much sleep over this apparent message from the future.

Even a broken clock is right twice a day.

While the account has had some success with its correct predictions in the past, they have allegedly been known to ‘delete’ videos in which they’ve made an incorrect prediction.


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The account was slammed after a video claimed to predict the correct scoreline of Qatar’s opening World Cup match against Ecuador, which finished 2-0 to Ecuador.

One person wrote: “They make many private videos of different scores and when the match ends he makes the correct score public.”

Another said: “This was posted after they went 2-0 up!”

While there are plenty of questions over the legitimacy of the @worldcuptimetraveller, only time will tell if they’re spot on… again.

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Written by Cal Gaunt

Cal is a former content editor at IGV who specialised in writing trending and entertainment news. He previously worked as a news reporter at the Lancashire Telegraph and earned an NCTJ in Sports Journalism.