FIFA Club World Cup

The FIFA Club World Cup is a competition in the sport of Club football. The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) organizes the World Cup every one year. The tournament officially assigns the world title.[1][2][3] It is normally contested between the Champions of each continent, and the champion of the host country. Futbol Club Barcelona and Real Madrid they are the most successful teams in the tournament, with 3 titles.

List of champions and statistics

See also: Clubs of football world champions

Year Winner Final
2000 Brazilborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge Brazil Corinthians 0–0
Brazilborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge Brazil Vasco da Gama
2005 Brazilborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge Brazil São Paulo 1–0 ENGborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge ENG Liverpool
2006 Brazilborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge Brazil Internacional 1–0 ESPborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge ESP Barcelona
2007 Italyborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge Italy AC Milán 4–2 ARGborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge ARG Boca Juniors
2008 Englandborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge England Manchester United 1–0 Ecuadorborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge Ecuador LDU Quito
2009 Spainborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge Spain Barcelona 2–1aet ARGborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge ARG Estudiantes
2010 Italyborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge Italy Internacional 3–0 Democratic Republic of the Congoborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge Democratic Republic of the Congo TP Mazembe
2011 Spainborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge Spain Barcelona 4–0 BRAborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge BRA Santos
2012 Brazilborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge Brazil Corinthians 1–0 ENGborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge ENG Chelsea
2013 Germanyborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge Germany Bayern Munich 2–0 Moroccoborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge Morocco Raja Casablanca
2014 ESPborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge ESP Real Madrid 2–0 ARGborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge ARG San Lorenzo
2015 Spainborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge Spain Barcelona 3–0 ARGborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge ARG River Plate
2016 Spainborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge Spain Real Madrid 4-2 Japanborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge Japan Kashima
2017 Spainborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge Spain Real Madrid 1-0 BRAborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge BRA Grêmio

Results by country

Team Champions Runners-up
23x15px Brazil 4 3
23x15px Spain 6 1
23x15px Italy 2 0
23x15px England 1 2
23x15px Germany 1 0
23x15px Argentina 0 4
23x15px Morocco 0 1
Democratic Republic of the Congoborder|20px|class=noviewer|baseline|Flagge Democratic Republic of the Congo DR Congo 0 1
23x15px Ecuador 0 1

Results by continent

Team Champions Runners-up
23x15px Europe 10 3
23x15px South America 4 8
23x15px Africa 0 2
23x15px Asia 0 1

Pre Fifa Club World Cup Competition

  • Intercontinental Cup (1960-2004); in 2017 FIFA officially recognized all of them as club world champions with the same status to the FIFA Club World Cup winners or world champions de jure.[4][2]

Related pages


  1. "FIFA Club World Championship TOYOTA Cup 2005" (PDF). FIFA Report 2005 (Zurich: Fédération Internationale de Football Association): pages 5, 19. December 2005. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 "FIFA Club World Cup 2017" (PDF). FIFA Report 2017 (Zurich: Fédération Internationale de Football Association): pages 15, 40, 41, 42. December 2017. 
  3. "FIFA Club World Cup 2017" (PDF). FIFA Regulation CWC 2017 page 37 (Zurich: Fédération Internationale de Football Association). December 2017. 
  4. FIFA Council approves key organisational elements of the FIFA World Cup - Recognition of all European and South American teams that won the Intercontinental Cup – played between 1960 and 2004 – as club world champions./

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