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Football - FIFA World Club Cup

Inaugurated in 1960, the competition began as the Intercontinental Cup - a two-legged contest between the year's winners of the European Cup and the South American Copa Libertadores.
In 1980 the event became a single match played in Tokyo, a system which lasted through to 2004 (the venue changing in 2001 to Yokohama).

In 2005, FIFA officially adopted the championship (having dabbled with a World Club tournament in 2000) and changed the format. The champions from the other continental federations - CONCACAF, Africa, Asia and Oceania - also being invited to Yokohama.
The event was re-named the World Club Cup from 2008.

* Inaugural FIFA World Club Cup held in same year as the Intercontinental Cup
 
YEAR
VENUE
WINNERS
RUNNERS-UP
1960
Two legs
REAL MADRID
Penarol
1961
Two legs
PENAROL
Benfica
1962
Two legs
SANTOS
Benfica
1963
Two legs
SANTOS
Milan
1964
Two legs
INTER
Indep'iente
1965
Two legs
INTER
Indep'iente
1966
Two legs
PENAROL
R Madrid
1967
Two legs
RACING CLUB
Celtic
1968
Two legs
ESTUDIANTES
Man Utd
1969
Two legs
MILAN
Estudiantes
1970
Two legs
FEYENOORD
Estudiantes
1971
Two legs
NACIONAL
P'thinaikos
1972
Two legs
AJAX
Indep'iente
1973
Two legs
INDEPENDIENTE 
Juventus 
1974
Two legs
ATLETICO MADRID
Indep'iente
1975
-
Not held
 
1976
Two legs
BAYERN MUNICH
Cruzeiro
1977
Two legs
BOCA JUNIORS
M'gladbach
1978
-
Not held
 
1979
Two legs
OLIMPIA
Malmo
1980
Tokyo
NACIONAL
N Forest
1981
Tokyo
FLAMENGO
Liverpool
1982
Tokyo
PENAROL
Aston Villa
1983
Tokyo
GREMIO
Hamburg
1984
Tokyo
INDEPENDIENTE
Liverpool
1985
Tokyo
JUVENTUS
Arg Juniors
1986
Tokyo
RIVER PLATE
Steaua 
1987
Tokyo
PORTO
Penarol 
1988
Tokyo
NACIONAL
PSV
1989
Tokyo
MILAN
Nacional
1990
Tokyo,
MILAN
Olimpia
1991
Tokyo
CRVENA ZVEZDA
Colo Colo
1992
Tokyo
SAO PAULO
Barcelona
1993
Tokyo
SAO PAULO
Milan
1994
Tokyo
VELEZ SARSFIELD
Milan
1995
Tokyo
AJAX
Gremio
1996
Tokyo
JUVENTUS
River Plate
1997
Tokyo
B DORTMUND
Cruzeiro
1998
Tokyo
REAL MADRID
V da Gama
1999
Tokyo
MAN UTD
Palmeiras
2000*
Rio de J
CORINTHIANS
V da Gama
2000
Tokyo
BOCA JUNIORS
R Madrid
2001
Yokohama
BAYERN MUNICH
B Juniors
2002
Yokohama
REAL MADRID
Olimpia
2003
Yokohama
BOCA JUNIORS
Milan
2004
Yokohama
PORTO
O Caldas
2005
Yokohama
SAO PAULO
Liverpool
2006
Yokohama
INTERNATIONAL
Barcelona 
2007
Yokohama
MILAN
B Juniors
2008
Yokohama
MAN UTD
L de Quito
2009
Abu Dhabi
BARCELONA
Estudiantes
2010
Abu Dhabi
INTER
Mazembe
2011 Yokohama BARCELONA Santos
2012 Yokohama CORINTHIANS
Chelsea
2013 Marrakech
BAYERN MUNICH R C'blanca
2014 Marrakech REAL MADRID S Lorenzo
2015 Yokohama BARCELONA River Plate
2016 Yokohama REAL MADRID Kashima A
2017 Abu Dhabi REAL MADRID Gremio


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