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World Cup :: Confederations Cup :: World Club Cup

Visit each continent and find a drop-down menu linking to pages for every country in the continental football confederation. On the national pages you can find information about football in that country, links to the major clubs, links to other websites giving information and news for that country, and details of any relevant football books.

 

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NORTH AMERICA ¦ EUROPE ¦ ASIA

SOUTH AMERICA ¦ AFRICA ¦ OCEANIA


World Football Governing Body: FIFA

Full Name: Fédération Internationale de Football Association / International Federation of Association Football

Founded: 1904  (21-05-1904)

Headquarters: Zurich, Switzerland

President: Sepp Blatter

Members: 209
Official Website: FIFA


World Football Honours Lists

World Cup

YEAR & VENUE FINAL Golden Boot
2014
Brazil
2010
South Africa
Spain
Holland
1
0
5 Müller (Ger)
Villa (Spa)
Sneijder (Hol)
Forlan (Uru)
2006
Germany
Italy (p)
France
1
1
5 Klose (Ger)
2002
Japan/South Korea
Brazil
Germany
2
0
8 Ronaldo (Bra)
1998
France
France
Brazil
3
0
6 Suker (Cro)
1994
USA
Brazil (p)
Italy
0
0
6 Salenko (Rus)
Stoichkov (Bul)
1990
Italy
West Germany
Argentina
1
0
6 Schillaci (Ita)
1986
Mexico
Argentina
West Germany
3
2
6 Lineker (Eng)
1982
Spain
Italy
West Germany
3
2
6 Rossi (Ita)
1978
Argentina
Argentina
Holland
3
1
6 Kempes (Arg)
1974
West Germany
West Germany
Holland
2
1
7 Lato (Pol)
1970
Mexico
Brazil
Italy
4
1
10 Muller (Ger)
1966
England
England
West Germany
4
2
9 Eusebio (Por)
1962
Chile
Brazil
Czechoslovakia
3
1
4 Garrincha (Bra)
Vava (Bra)
Jerkovic (Yug)
Albert (Hun)
Sanchez (Chi)
Ivanov (Rus)
1958
Sweden
Brazil
Sweden
5
2
13 Fontaine (Fra)
1954
Switzerland
West Germany
Hungary
3
2
11 Kocsis (Hun)
1950
Brazil
Uruguay
Brazil
2
1
7 Ademir (Bra)
1938
France
Italy
Hungary
4
2
8 Leonidas (Bra)
1934
Italy
Italy
Czechoslovakia
2
1
4 Schiavio (Ita)
Nejedly (Cze)
Conen (Ger)
1930
Uruguay
Uruguay
Argentina
4
2
8 Stabile (Arg)

Confederations Cup

 

YEAR FINAL HOST
2013
2009
2005
2003
2001
1999
1997
1995
1992
Brazil 3-0 Spain
Brazil 3-2 United States
Brazil 4-1 Argentina
France 1-0 Cameroon
France 1-0 Japan
Mexico 4-3 Brazil
Brazil 6-0 Australia
Denmark 2-0 Argentina
Argentina 3-1 Saudi Arabia
Brazil
South Africa
Germany
France
Japan / South Korea
Mexico
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia

Club World Cup

Running Total: South America 25 Europe 27

YEAR WINNER
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
1977
1976
1975
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
1965
1964
1963
1962
1961
1960
tbc
Bayern Munich (GER)
Corinthians (BRA)
Barcelona (ESP)
Internazionale (ITA)
Barcelona (ESP)
Manchester United (ENG)
AC Milan (ITA)
Internacional (BRA)
Sao Paulo (BRA)
FC Porto (POR)
Boca Juniors (ARG)
Real Madrid (ESP)
Bayern Munchen (GER)
Boca Juniors (ARG)
Manchester United (ENG)
Real Madrid (ESP)
Borussia Dortmund (GER)
Juventus (ITA)
Ajax (NED)
Velez Sarsfield (ARG)
Sao Paulo (BRA)
Sao Paulo (BRA)
Red Star Belgrade (YUG)
AC Milan (ITA)
AC Milan (ITA)
Nacional (URU)
FC Porto (POR)
River Plate (ARG)
Juventus (ITA)
Independiente (ARG)
Gremio (BRA)
Penarol (URU)
Flamengo (BRA)
Nacional (URU)
Olimpia (PAR)
-
Boca Juniors (ARG)
Bayern Munchen (GER)
-
Atletico Madrid (ESP)
Independiente (ARG)
Ajax (NED)
Nacional (URU)
Feyenoord (NED)
AC Milan (ITA)
Estudiantes (ARG)
Racing Club (ARG)
Penarol (URU)
Internazionale (ITA)
Internazionale (ITA)
Santos (BRA)
Santos (BRA)
Penarol (URU)
Real Madrid (ESP)
Also (previously) known as the Intercontinental Cup, the World Club Cup and the Toyota Cup, it was initially contested by the European and South American champions on a two-legged home and away basis and is now a mini-tournament involving all the continental champions.

Links:
FIFA
FIFA World Cup
World Cup History
FIFA Confederations Cup
FIFA Club World Cup


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