The FIFA Club Warld Cup, commonly referred tae as the Club Warld Cup, is a internaitional association fitbaa competeetion organisit bi the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), the sport's global govrenin bouk. The championship wis first contestit as the 2000 FIFA Club Warld Championship. It wis no held atween 2001 tae 2004 due tae a combination o factors, maist importantly the collapse o FIFA's mercatin pairtner International Sport and Leisure. Syne 2005, the competeetion haes been held ivery year, hostit so far bi Brazil, Japan, the Unitit Arab Emirates an Morocco. Morocco is due tae host the 2014 edeetion.

FIFA Club Warld Cup
Foondit2000 (2006 in its
current format)
RegionInternaitional (FIFA)
Nummer o teams7
Current championsSpain Real Madrid
(4t teetle)
Maist successfu club(s)Spain Real Madrid
(4 teetles)
Televeesion braidcastersLeet o broadcasters
WabsteidClub World Cup
2014 FIFA Club Warld Cup

PerformancesEedit

Key tae the table
  Match wis wan durin extra time   Match wis wan on a penalty shuit-oot
Saison Host Winners Score Runners-up Third place Score Fowert place Ref
2000   Brazil   Corinthians 0–0 
[n 1]
  Vasco da Gama   Necaxa 1–1 
[n 2]
  Real Madrid [3]
[4]
2005   Japan   São Paulo 1–0   Liverpool   Saprissa 3–2   Ittihad [5]
[6]
2006   Japan   Internacional 1–0   Barcelona   Al Ahly 2–1   América [7]
[8]
2007   Japan   Milan 4–2   Boca Juniors   Urawa Red Diamonds 2–2 
[n 3]
  Étoile du Sahel [10]
[11]
2008   Japan   Manchester United 1–0   LDU Quito   Gamba Osaka 1–0   Pachuca [12]
[13]
2009   United Arab Emirates   Barcelona 2–1 
[n 4]
  Estudiantes   Pohang Steelers 1–1 
[n 5]
  Atlante [16]
[17]
2010   United Arab Emirates   Internazionale 3–0   Mazembe   Internacional 4–2   Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma [18]
[19]
2011   Japan   Barcelona 4–0   Santos   Al Sadd 0–0 
[n 6]
  Kashiwa Reysol [21]
[22]
2012   Japan   Corinthians 1–0   Chelsea   Monterrey 2–0   Al Ahly [23]
[24]
2013   Morocco   Bayern Munich 2–0   Raja Casablanca   Atlético Mineiro 3–2   Guangzhou Evergrande [25]

NotesEedit

  1. Score was 0–0 after 120 minutes. Corinthians won 4–3 on penalties.[1]
  2. Extra time was played in the third-place match. Necaxa won 4–3 on penalties.[2]
  3. No extra time was played in the third-place match. Urawa Red Diamonds won 4–2 on penalties.[9]
  4. Score was 1–1 after 90 minutes.[14]
  5. No extra time was played in the third-place match. Pohang Steelers won 4–3 on penalties.[15]
  6. No extra time was played in the third-place match. Al Sadd won 5–3 on penalties.[20]

ReferencesEedit

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  20. "Al-Sadd take third on penalties". Fédération Internationale de Football Association. 18 December 2011. Retrieved 6 March 2013.
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  25. de Arruda, Marcelo Leme (21 December 2013). "FIFA Club World Championship 2013". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved 21 December 2013.