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The FIFA Club World Cup, formerly known as the FIFA Club World Championship, is a football competition contested between the champion clubs from all six continental confederations, although, since 2007, the champions of Oceania must play a qualifying play-off against the champion club of the host country.

The first competition took place in Brazilmarker in January 2000. It was intended by FIFAmarker to be a replacement for the Intercontinental Cup (also known as the Toyota Cup), which was contested annually in Tokyomarker, Japanmarker by the champions of Europe via the Champions League and South America via the Copa Libertadores.

The second competition was penciled in for Spainmarker in 2001, to feature 12 teams. This was canceled owing to a combination of factors, most importantly the collapse of FIFA's marketing partner ISL. It was then intended to hold the event in 2003, but this also failed to happen. FIFA eventually agreed terms with the Toyota Cup to merge the two competitions, with the first installment of the relaunched Club World Championship held in Japan between December 11 and December 18, 2005.

The competition was then renamed as FIFA Club World Cup since 2006 event, which held annually in Japan until 2008. The 2009 and 2010 events will be hosted by the United Arab Emiratesmarker.

In February 2008 a FIFA Club World Cup Champions Badge was introduced, featuring an image of the trophy, which the reigning champion is entitled to display on its kit until the final of the next championship. Initially, all four previous champions were allowed to wear the badge until the 2008 final, where Manchester United gained the sole right to wear the badge by winning the trophy. However, Manchester United are barred from wearing the badge in domestic competition due to FA rules, and instead only wear the badge in the UEFA Champions League.

The fifth-place match, dropped in 2007, was reintroduced for the 2008 competition. The reintroduction of the match for fifth place also prompted an increase in prize money by US$500,000 to a total of US$16.5 million. The winners took away $5 million, second-placed team received $4 million, the third-placed team $2.5 million, the fourth-placed team $2 million, the fifth-placed team $1.5 million, the sixth-placed team $1 million and the seventh-placed team received $500,000.

The team with the most appearances in the competition is Al-Ahly of Egyptmarker, which has been involved in three out of the five tournaments held - 2005, 2006 and 2008.

Champions

Year Final Third Place Venue
Winner Score Runner-up Third place Score Fourth place
2000

Details
Corinthians 0 – 0 a.e.t.

(4 – 3 PSO)
Vasco da Gama Necaxa 1 – 1 a.e.t.

(4 – 3 PSO)
Real Madrid Maracanã Stadiummarker,

Rio de Janeiromarker
2005

Details
São Paulo 1 – 0 Liverpool Saprissa 3 – 2 Al Ittihad International Stadiummarker,

Yokohama
2006

Details
Internacional 1 – 0 Barcelona Al-Ahly 2 – 1 América International Stadiummarker,

Yokohama
2007

Details
Milan 4 – 2 Boca Juniors Urawa Red Diamonds 2 – 2

(4 – 2 PSO)
Étoile du Sahel International Stadiummarker,

Yokohama
2008

Details
Manchester United 1 – 0 LDU Quito Gamba Osaka 1 – 0 Pachuca International Stadiummarker,

Yokohama
2009

Details
To be played Sheikh Zayed Stadiummarker,

Abu Dhabimarker
2010

Details
To be played Sheikh Zayed Stadiummarker,

Abu Dhabimarker


Honours

Year Golden Ball Silver Ball Bronze Ball Top Goalscorer Fair Play Award Winning Manager
2000 Edílson Edmundo Romário Romário (3)

Nicolas Anelka (3)
Al-Nassr Oswaldo de Oliveira
2005 Rogério Ceni Steven Gerrard Cristian Bolaños Amoroso (2)

Peter Crouch (2)

Alvaro Saborio (2)

Mohammed Noor (2)
Liverpool Paulo Autuori
2006 Deco Iarley Ronaldinho Mohamed Aboutreika (3) Barcelona Abel Braga
2007 Kaká Clarence Seedorf Rodrigo Palacio Washington (3) Urawa Red Diamonds Carlo Ancelotti
2008 Wayne Rooney Cristiano Ronaldo Damián Manso Wayne Rooney (3) Adelaide United Alex Ferguson


Goalscorers

3 goals


2 goals


1 goal


1 goal


Own goal
1 own goal
2 own goals


Performances by team

Team Winners Runners-Up Third Fourth
Corinthians 1 (2000)
São Paulo 1 (2005)
Internacional 1 (2006)
Milan 1 (2007)
Manchester United 1 (2008)
Vasco da Gama 1 (2000)
Liverpool 1 (2005)
Barcelona 1 (2006)
Boca Juniors 1 (2007)
LDU Quito 1 (2008)
Necaxa 1 (2000)
Deportivo Saprissa 1 (2005)
Al-Ahly 1 (2006)
Urawa Red Diamonds 1 (2007)
Gamba Osaka 1 (2008)
Real Madrid 1 (2000)
Al-Ittihad 1 (2005)
Club América 1 (2006)
Étoile du Sahel 1 (2007)
Pachuca 1 (2008)


Performances by country

Nation Winners Runners-Up Third Fourth
Brazil 3 (2000, 2005, 2006) 1 (2000)
England 1 (2008) 1 (2005)
Italy 1 (2007)
Spain 1 (2006) 1 (2000)
Argentina 1 (2007)
Ecuador 1 (2008)
Japan 2 (2007, 2008)
Mexico 1 (2000) 2 (2006, 2008)
Costa Rica 1 (2005)
Egypt 1 (2006)
Saudi Arabia 1 (2005)
Tunisia 1 (2007)


Performances by confederation

Cofederation Winners Runner-up Third Fourth
CONMEBOL 3 (2000, 2005, 2006) 3 (2000, 2007, 2008)
UEFA 2 (2007, 2008) 2 (2005, 2006) 1 (2000)
CONCACAF 2 (2000, 2005) 2 (2006, 2008)
AFC 2 (2007, 2008) 1 (2005)
CAF 1 (2006) 1 (2007)
OFC


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