viernes, 18 de febrero de 2011

COPA INTERCONTINENTAL - MUNDIAL DE CLUBES

INTERCONTINENTAL

COPA INTERCONTINENTAL DE CLUBES *

MUNDIAL DE CLUBES  

EQUIPOS CAMPEONES

FIFA Club World Championship


Played for the first time in 2000 (but see note in following paragraph), in a 8-team format and with a "home team" among the selected/invited teams. After the second edition was first scheduled to 2001, then postponed to 2003 and eventually cancelled, the tournament returned in 2005, replacing the traditional Toyota Cup, in a new 6-team format with the participation of six continental champions. In 2007, the tournament was increased to a 7-team format, with the inclusion of one berth to the host country.
In March 2007 it was reported that FIFA accepted a request by CBF and Palmeiras to consider the 1951 Copa Rio de Janeiro as the first official Club World Championship. A definite decision was taken on December 16, 2007, by the FIFA Executive Committee: no tournaments other than those organised by FIFA in 2000 and since 2005 will be considered Club World Championships.
In 2009 and 2010 the tournament is organised in the United Arab Emirates, before returning to Japan in 2011.

Palmares

Year    Winners                    Runners-up                  3rd Place
2000    Corinthians                Vasco da Gama               Necaxa
2001       cancelled
2002       not held
2003       not held
2004       not held
2005    São Paulo                  Liverpool                   Dep. Saprissa
2006    Internacional              Barcelona                   Al-Ahly Cairo
2007    Milan                      Boca Juniors                Urawa Red Diamonds
2008    Manchester United          LDU de Quito                Gamba Osaka
2009    Barcelona                  Estudiantes                 Pohang Steelers
2010    Internazionale             TP Mazembe                  Internacional

Clubwise list of winners

Milan                     1 [4]
Internazionale            1 [3]
São Paulo                 1 [3]
Manchester United         1 [2]
Barcelona                 1 [1]
Corinthians               1 [1]
Internacional             1 [1]
Boca Juniors              0 [3]
Nacional                  0 [3]
Peñarol                   0 [3]
Real Madrid               0 [3]
Ajax                      0 [2]
Bayern München            0 [2]
Independiente             0 [2]
Juventus                  0 [2]
Porto                     0 [2]
Santos                    0 [2]
Atlético Madrid           0 [1]
Borussia Dortmund         0 [1]
Crvena zvezda             0 [1]
Estudiantes               0 [1]
Feijenoord                0 [1]
Flamengo                  0 [1]
Grêmio                    0 [1]
Olimpia                   0 [1]
Racing Club               0 [1]
River Plate               0 [1]
Vélez Sarsfield           0 [1]
NB: numbers between brackets refer to the sum (50) of Intercontinental (43)
    and FIFA world cups (7).  List does not include Copa Rio de Janeiro 1951.

Countrywise list of winners

Brazil                    3 [9]
Italy                     2 [9]
Spain                     1 [5]
England                   1 [2]
Argentina                 0 [9]
Uruguay                   0 [6]
Germany                   0 [3]
Netherlands               0 [3]
Portugal                  0 [2]
Paraguay                  0 [1]
Yugoslavia                0 [1]
NB: numbers between brackets refer to the sum (50) of Intercontinental (43)
    and FIFA world cups (7).  List does not include Copa Rio de Janeiro 1951.

Finals

2000    14/01/00 Rio de Janeiro        Corinthians         0-0 Vasco da Gama     [aet, 4-3 pen]
2001       [postponed to 2003 and later cancelled]
2005    18/12/05 Yokohama              São Paulo           1-0 Liverpool
2006    17/12/06 Yokohama              Internacional       1-0 Barcelona
2007    16/12/07 Yokohama              Milan               4-2 Boca Juniors
2008    21/12/08 Yokohama              Manchester United   1-0 LDU de Quito 
2009    19/12/09 Abu Dhabi             Barcelona           2-1 Estudiantes       [aet]
2010    18/12/09 Abu Dhabi             Internazionale      3-0 TP Mazembe
            win       fin
Brazil       3  [9]     4  [15]
Italy        2  [9]     2  [14]
Spain        1  [5]     2   [9]
England      1  [2]     2   [8]
Argentina    0  [9]     2  [20]
Uruguay      0  [6]     0   [8]
Germany      0  [3]     0   [5]
Netherlands  0  [3]     0   [4]
Portugal     0  [2]     0   [4]
Paraguay     0  [1]     0   [3]
Yugoslavia   0  [1]     0   [1]
Colombia     0  [0]     0   [2]
Congo-Kinsh. 0  [0]     1   [1]
Ecuador      0  [0]     1   [1]
Chile        0  [0]     0   [1]
Greece       0  [0]     0   [1]
Romania      0  [0]     0   [1]
Scotland     0  [0]     0   [1]
Sweden       0  [0]     0   [1]
             7 [50]    14 [100]
NB: numbers between brackets refer to the sum (50) of Intercontinental (43)
    and FIFA world cups (7).  List does not include Copa Rio de Janeiro 1951.

FIFA World Cup 2000-2010 Breakdown

Winning and Playing by country:
Winning :
 Europe        =  4
  Italy           2 (07, 10)
  England         1 (08)
  Spain           1 (09)
 South America =  3
  Brazil          3 (00, 05, 06)
Playing :
 Europe
  England         3 (00, 05, 08)
  Spain           3 (00, 06, 09)
  Italy           2 (07, 10)
 South America
  Brazil          5 (00*, 05, 06, 10)
  Argentina       2 (07, 09)
  Ecuador         1 (08)
 North and Central America
  Mexico          6 (00, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10)
  Costa Rica      1 (05)
 Asia
  South Korea     3 (06, 09, 10)
  Saudi Arabia    2 (00, 05)
  Japan           2 (07, 08)
  UAE             2 (09, 10)
  Iran            1 (07)
  Australia       1 (08)     [OFC until 2005]
 Africa        
  Egypt           3 (05,06,08)
  Congo-Kinshasa  2 (09, 10)
  Morocco         1 (00)
  Tunisia         1 (07)
 Oceania
  New Zealand     4 (06, 07, 08, 09)
  Australia       2 (00, 05) [AFC since 2006]
  Papua N. Guinea 1 (10)
* The edition of 2000 had two participants from Brazil.

FIFA World Cup inter-confederational stats

Some notes:
1. This stats includes the FIFA Club World Cups of 2000 and from 
   2005 on.
2. Games which were decided on penalty kicks are counted as draws.
3. Australian clubs are treated as Oceanian in the CWCs until 2005
   and as Asian from 2006 on.
NB: not updated with 2010 results yet.
FIFA CLUB WORLD CUP Head to Head Results: South America versus
            M  W  D  L  GF  GA  %Pts
Europe      7  3  1  3  10  10   50.0
CONCACAF    2  2  0  0   4   1  100.0
Africa      3  3  0  0   5   1  100.0
Asia        3  3  0  0   7   3  100.0
Oceania     1  1  0  0   2   0  100.0
========================================
World      16 12  1  3  28  15   77.1
Obs: There was also one match South America vs. South America:
     Corinthians 0-0 Vasco [4-3 pk] (2000)
FIFA CLUB WORLD CUP Head to Head Results: Europe versus
            M  W  D  L  GF  GA  %Pts
S.America   7  3  1  3  10  10   50.0
CONCACAF    5  3  2  0  12   3   73.3
Africa      2  2  0  0   4   2  100.0
Asia        2  2  0  0   8   4  100.0
Oceania     1  1  0  0   2   0  100.0
========================================
World      17 11  3  3  36  19   70.6
FIFA CLUB WORLD CUP Head to Head Results: CONCACAF versus
            M  W  D  L  GF  GA  %Pts
S.America   2  0  0  2   1   4    0.0
Europe      5  0  2  3   3  12   13.3
Africa      4  1  0  3   6   7   25.0
Asia        4  2  1  1   5   4   58.3
Oceania     3  3  0  0   7   1  100.0
========================================
World      18  6  3  9  22  28   38.9
FIFA CLUB WORLD CUP Head to Head Results: Africa versus
            M  W  D  L  GF  GA  %Pts
S.America   2  0  0  2   1   4    0.0
Europe      2  0  0  2   2   4    0.0
CONCACAF    4  3  0  1   7   6   75.0
Asia        5  0  1  4   6  10    6.7
Oceania     3  1  0  2   5   5   33.3
========================================
World      16  4  1 11  21  29   27.1
FIFA CLUB WORLD CUP Head to Head Results: Asia versus
            M  W  D  L  GF  GA  %Pts
S.America   3  0  0  3   3   7    0.0
Europe      3  0  0  3   4   9    0.0
CONCACAF    4  1  1  2   4   5   33.3
Africa      5  4  1  0  10   6   86.7
Oceania     4  3  0  1   8   4   75.0
========================================
World      19  8  2  9  29  31   45.6
Obs: There were also two matches Asia vs. Asia:
     Urawa Red Diamonds 3-1 Foolad Sepahan (2007)
     Gamba Osaka 1-0 Adelaide United (2008)
FIFA CLUB WORLD CUP Head to Head Results: Oceania versus
            M  W  D  L  GF  GA  %Pts
S.America   1  0  0  1   0   2    0.0
Europe      1  0  0  1   0   2    0.0
CONCACAF    3  0  0  3   1   7    0.0
Africa      3  2  0  1   5   5   66.7
Asia        4  1  0  3   4   8   25.0
========================================
World      12  3  0  9  10  24   25.0
Overall Points Percentage Ranking
               M  W  D  L  GF  GA  %Pts
 1.S.America  16 12  1  3  28  15   77.1
 2.Europe     17 11  3  3  36  19   70.6
 3.Asia       19  8  2  9  29  31   45.6
 4.CONCACAF   18  6  3  9  22  28   38.9
 5.Africa     16  4  1 11  21  29   27.1
 6.Oceania    12  3  0  9  10  24   25.0
Head-to-Head Comparisons Ranking
                   W  D  L
 1. South America  4  1  0
    Europe         4  1  0
 3. CONCACAF       2  0  3  [win HtH comparison against Asia]
 4. Asia           2  0  3  [lose HtH comparison against CONCACAF]
 5. Oceania        1  0  4  [win HtH comparison against Africa]
 6. Africa         1  0  4  [lose HtH comparison against Oceania] 

FIFA World Club Cup All-Time Ranking

FIFA Club World Cup (2000; 2005-2009)
     Team                        P   M   W   D   L  GF  GA  GD   PCT  PART
  1. Vasco da Gama              10   4   3   1   0   7   2   5  83.3 %  1
  2. Manchester United          10   5   3   1   1  10   7   3  66.7 %  2
  3. Corinthians                 8   4   2   2   0   6   2   4  66.7 %  1
  4. Real Madrid                 8   4   2   2   0   9   6   3  66.7 %  1
  5. Barcelona                   7   4   2   1   1   9   3   6  58.3 %  2
  6. Al-Ahly Cairo               7   7   2   1   4   8  11  -3  33.3 %  3
  7. Milan                       6   2   2   0   0   5   2   3 100.0 %  1
  8. São Paulo                   6   2   2   0   0   4   2   2 100.0 %  1
  9. Internacional               6   2   2   0   0   3   1   2 100.0 %  1
 10. Adelaide United             6   3   2   0   1   3   2   1  66.7 %  1
 11. Gamba Osaka                 6   3   2   0   1   5   5   0  66.7 %  1
 12. Saprissa                    6   3   2   0   1   4   5  -1  66.7 %  1
 13. Auckland City               6   5   2   0   3   5  10  -5  40.0 %  2
 14. Necaxa                      5   4   1   2   1   6   5   1  41.7 %  1
 15. Atlante                     4   3   1   1   1   5   4   1  44.4 %  1
 16. Urawa Red Diamonds          4   3   1   1   1   5   4   1  44.4 %  1
 17. Pohang Steelers             4   3   1   1   1   4   4   0  44.4 %  1
 18. Estudiantes                 4   2   1   1   0   3   3   0  66.7 %  1
 19. Étoile du Sahel             4   3   1   1   1   3   3   0  44.4 %  1
 20. Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors      3   2   1   0   1   3   1   2  50.0 %  1
 21. Liverpool                   3   2   1   0   1   3   1   2  50.0 %  1
 22. LDU Quito                   3   2   1   0   1   2   1   1  50.0 %  1
 23. Foolad Sepahan              3   2   1   0   1   4   4   0  50.0 %  1
 24. Sydney FC                   3   2   1   0   1   2   2   0  50.0 %  1
 25. Al-Ittihad Jeddah           3   3   1   0   2   5   6  -1  33.3 %  1
 26. Boca Juniors                3   2   1   0   1   3   4  -1  50.0 %  1
 27. Al Nassr                    3   3   1   0   2   5   8  -3  33.3 %  1
 28. América (Méx)               3   3   1   0   2   2   6  -4  33.3 %  1
 29. Pachuca                     1   4   0   1   3   4   6  -2   8.3 %  2
 30. TP Mazembé                  0   2   0   0   2   3   5  -2   0.0 %  1
 31. Al-Ahli Dubai               0   1   0   0   1   0   2  -2   0.0 %  1
 32. Waitakere United            0   2   0   0   2   2   5  -3   0.0 %  2
 33. Raja Casablanca             0   3   0   0   3   5   9  -4   0.0 %  1
 34. South Melbourne             0   3   0   0   3   1   7  -6   0.0 %  1
Obs: 1) Victories, draws and losses awarded according to the results of
        regular time (90 minutes).
     2) Goals scored in extra-times are counted in GF, GA and GD columns.
     3) Points and percentages computed considering 3 points by win.
Toyota Intercontinental (1960-2004) and FIFA Club World (2000; 2005-2009) Cups
     Team                        P   M   W   D   L  GF  GA  GD   PCT  PART
  1. Real Madrid                13  11   5   3   3  19  14   5  59.1 %  6
  2. Peñarol                    12   9   5   2   2  15   9   6  66.7 %  5
  3. Milan                      12  12   5   2   5  22  17   5  50.0 %  8
  4. Independiente              11  11   4   3   4   5  12  -7  50.0 %  6
  5. Manchester United          10   8   4   2   2  12   9   3  62.5 %  4
  6. Estudiantes                 9   8   3   3   2   9  11  -2  56.3 %  4
  7. Santos                      8   5   4   0   1  15  10   5  80.0 %  2
  8. São Paulo                   8   4   4   0   0   9   5   4 100.0 %  3
  9. Boca Juniors                8   7   3   2   2  11   9   2  57.1 %  5
 10. Vasco da Gama               7   5   3   1   1   8   4   4  70.0 %  2
 11. Internazionale              6   5   2   2   1   6   1   5  60.0 %  2
 12. Corinthians                 6   4   2   2   0   6   2   4  75.0 %  1
 13. Nacional (Uru)              6   4   2   2   0   6   4   2  75.0 %  3
 14. Barcelona                   5   5   2   1   2  10   5   5  50.0 %  3
 15. Bayern München              5   3   2   1   0   3   0   3  83.3 %  2
 16. Al-Ahly Cairo               5   7   2   1   4   8  11  -3  35.7 %  3
 17. Internacional               4   2   2   0   0   3   1   2 100.0 %  1
 18. Adelaide United             4   3   2   0   1   3   2   1  66.7 %  1
 19. Racing Avellaneda           4   3   2   0   1   3   2   1  66.7 %  1
 20. Gamba Osaka                 4   3   2   0   1   5   5   0  66.7 %  1
 21. Saprissa                    4   3   2   0   1   4   5  -1  66.7 %  1
 22. Olímpia                     4   4   2   0   2   3   6  -3  50.0 %  3
 23. Auckland City               4   5   2   0   3   5  10  -5  40.0 %  2
 24. Ajax                        4   3   1   2   0   4   1   3  66.7 %  2
 25. Necaxa                      4   4   1   2   1   6   5   1  50.0 %  1
 26. Atlante                     3   3   1   1   1   5   4   1  50.0 %  1
 27. Urawa Red Diamonds          3   3   1   1   1   5   4   1  50.0 %  1
 28. Feyenoord                   3   2   1   1   0   3   2   1  75.0 %  1
 29. Pohang Steelers             3   3   1   1   1   4   4   0  50.0 %  1
 30. Juventus                    3   3   1   1   1   3   3   0  50.0 %  3
 31. Étoile du Sahel             3   3   1   1   1   3   3   0  50.0 %  1
 32. Crvena Zvezda               2   1   1   0   0   3   0   3 100.0 %  1
 33. Flamengo                    2   1   1   0   0   3   0   3 100.0 %  1
 34. Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors      2   2   1   0   1   3   1   2  50.0 %  1
 35. Borussia Dortmund           2   1   1   0   0   2   0   2 100.0 %  1
 36. Vélez Sarsfield             2   1   1   0   0   2   0   2 100.0 %  1
 37. Atlético Madrid             2   2   1   0   1   2   1   1  50.0 %  1
 38. LDU Quito                   2   2   1   0   1   2   1   1  50.0 %  1
 39. Foolad Sepahan              2   2   1   0   1   4   4   0  50.0 %  1
 40. Sydney FC                   2   2   1   0   1   2   2   0  50.0 %  1
 41. River Plate                 2   2   1   0   1   1   1   0  50.0 %  2
 42. Al-Ittihad Jeddah           2   3   1   0   2   5   6  -1  33.3 %  1
 43. Celtic                      2   3   1   0   2   2   3  -1  33.3 %  1
 44. Liverpool                   2   4   1   0   3   3   5  -2  25.0 %  3
 45. Al Nassr                    2   3   1   0   2   5   8  -3  33.3 %  1
 46. América (Méx)               2   3   1   0   2   2   6  -4  33.3 %  1
 47. Benfica                     2   5   1   0   4   6  15  -9  20.0 %  2
 48. Grêmio                      2   2   0   2   0   2   1   1  50.0 %  2
 49. Porto                       2   2   0   2   0   2   1   1  50.0 %  2
 50. Argentinos Juniors          1   1   0   1   0   2   2   0  50.0 %  1
 51. PSV Eindhoven               1   1   0   1   0   2   2   0  50.0 %  1
 52. Once Caldas                 1   1   0   1   0   0   0   0  50.0 %  1
 53. Panathinaikos               1   2   0   1   1   2   3  -1  25.0 %  1
 54. Hamburg                     1   1   0   1   0   1   2  -1  50.0 %  1
 55. Atlético Nacional Medellín  1   1   0   1   0   0   1  -1  50.0 %  1
 56. Pachuca                     1   4   0   1   3   4   6  -2  12.5 %  2
 57. Borussia Möenchengladbach   1   2   0   1   1   2   5  -3  25.0 %  1
 58. Cruzeiro                    1   3   0   1   2   0   4  -4  16.7 %  2
 59. Nottingham Forest           0   1   0   0   1   0   1  -1   0.0 %  1
 60. Palmeiras                   0   1   0   0   1   0   1  -1   0.0 %  1
 61. Steaua Bucarest             0   1   0   0   1   0   1  -1   0.0 %  1
 62. TP Mazembé                  0   2   0   0   2   3   5  -2   0.0 %  1
 63. Malmöe                      0   2   0   0   2   1   3  -2   0.0 %  1
 64. Al-Ahli Dubai               0   1   0   0   1   0   2  -2   0.0 %  1
 65. Aston Villa                 0   1   0   0   1   0   2  -2   0.0 %  1
 66. Waitakere United            0   2   0   0   2   2   5  -3   0.0 %  2
 67. Colo Colo                   0   1   0   0   1   0   3  -3   0.0 %  1
 68. Raja Casablanca             0   3   0   0   3   5   9  -4   0.0 %  1
 69. South Melbourne             0   3   0   0   3   1   7  -6   0.0 %  1
Obs: 1) Victories, draws and losses awarded according to the results of
        regular time (90 minutes).
     2) Goals scored in extra-times are counted in GF, GA and GD columns.
     3) Points and percentages computed considering 2 points by win.

Toyota Cup - Most Valuable Player of the Match Award


Intercontinental Toyota Cup 1980-2004 - Most Valuable Player of the Match Award
FIFA Club World Cup 2000-2009 - Most Valuable Player of the Final Match Award
FIFA Club World Cup 2000-2009 - Most Valuable Player of the Championship Award

Intercontinental Toyota Cup 1980-2004 - Most Valuable Player of the Match Award

1980 Victorino (Nacional)
                                          WALDEMAR VICTORINO
1981 Zico (Flamengo)
1982 Jair (Peñarol)
                                     JAIR ( Toda una polémica por no querer dividir el 
                                                 Automóvil que ganó de premio )
1983 Renato Gaúcho (Grêmio)
1984 Percudani (Independiente)
1985 Platini (Juventus)
1986 Alzamendi (River Plate)
1987 Madjer (Porto)
1988 Ostolaza (Nacional)
1989 Evani (Milan)
1990 Rijkaard (Milan)
1991 Jugovic (Crvena Zvezda)
1992 Raí (São Paulo)
1993 Toninho Cerezo (São Paulo)
1994 Asad (Vélez Sarsfield)
1995 Blind (Ajax)
1996 Del Piero (Juventus)
1997 Möller (Borussia Dortmund)
1998 Raúl (Real Madrid)
1999 Giggs (Manchester United)
2000 Palermo (Boca Juniors)
2001 Kuffour (Bayern München)
2002 Ronaldo (Real Madrid)
2003 Donnet (Boca Juniors)
2004 Maniche (Porto)
Toyota Cup overview

FIFA Club World Cup 2000-2009 - Most Valuable Player of the Final Match Award

2000 not awarded
2001-04  not played
2005 Rogério Ceni (São Paulo)
2006 Deco (Barcelona)
2007 Kaká (Milan)
2008 Wayne Rooney (Manchester United)
2009 Lionel Messi (Barcelona)

FIFA Club World Cup 2000-2009 - Most Valuable Player of the Championship Award

Year Golden Ball                Silver Ball                 Bronze Ball
2000 Edílson (Corinthians)      none                        none
2001-04  not played
2005 Rogério Ceni (São Paulo)   Steve Gerrard (Liverpool)   Ronald Gomez (Dep. Saprissa)
2006 Deco (Barcelona)           Iarley (Internacional)      Ronaldinho (Barcelona)
2007 Kaká (Milan)               Clarence Seedorf (Milan)    Rodrigo Palacio (Boca Juniors)
2008 Wayne Rooney (Man Utd)     Cristiano Ronaldo (Man Utd) Alejandro Manso (LDU Quito)
2009 Lionel Messi (Barcelona)   Juan S. Verón (Estudiantes) Xavi (Barcelona)

1960 
   
  
Real Madrid:   Rogelio Domínguez - "Marquitos" Alonso, José E. Santamaría,
               "Pachín" Pérez, Vidal, Zárraga, Canario, Del Sol,
               Alfredo Di Stéfano, Ferenc Puskas, Bueno, Herrera , Gento D.T Miguel Muñoz

1961

               
Peñarol:       L.M. Maidana - William Martínez, D.N. Cano, E. González,
               N. Gonçálvez, W. Aguerre, L.A. Cubilla, A.P. Spencer,
               A.R. Cabrera, J.F. Sasía, E. Ledesma, Joya , E Gonzalez
 
.
1962

Santos:        Gilmar - Lima, Mauro, Calvet, Dalmo, Mengalvio, Zito, Dorval,
               Coutinho, Pelé, Pepe.
Olavo, 
               
               Coach: Lula.
1963 Santos:        Gilmar - Ismael (sent off), Mauro, Haroldo, Dalmo, Lima,
               Mengalvio, Dorval, Coutinho, Almir, Pepe.
1964 Internazionale: Giuliano Sarti - Armando Picchi, Giacinto Facchetti,
                Saul Malatrasi, Aristide Guarneri, Carlo Tagnin,
                Angelo Domenghini, Joaqim Peiró, Aurelio Milani, Luis Suárez,
                Mario Corso.
1965                  
Internazionale: Giuliano Sarti - Tarcisio Burgnich, Giacinto Facchetti,
                Gianfranco Bedin, Aristide Guarnieri, Armando Picchi,
                Jair Da Costa, Alessandro "Sandrino" Mazzola, Joaquín Peiró,
                Luis Suárez, Mario Corso.
                Coach: Helenio Herrera.
1966 Peñarol:        Ladislao Mazurkiewicz - Lezcano, Varela, González, Gonçálvez,
                Caetano, Abbadie, Rocha, Spencer, Cortés, Joya Cordero.
                Coach: Roque Gastón Máspoli.
1967 Racing Club:    Agustín Mario Cejas - 
                Roberto Alfredo Perfumo, Nelson Pedro Chabay - 
                Oscar Raimundo Martín (c), Juan Carlos Rulli, Alfio Basile - 
                Norberto Santiago Raffo, João Cardoso, Juan Carlos Cárdenas, 
                Juan José Rodríguez, Humberto Dionisio Maschio.
                Coach: Juan José Pizzuti.
1968 Estudiantes de La Plata: Alberto José Poletti - Oscar Miguel Malbernat, Ramón
                         Alberto Aguirre Suárez, Raúl Horacio Madero, José Hugo
                         Medina (88 sent off) - Carlos Salvador Bilardo, Carlos
                         Oscar Pachamé, Néstor Togneri - Felipe Ribaudo (71 Juan
                         Miguel Echecopar), Marcos Norberto Conigliaro, Juan 
                         Ramón Verón. Coach: Osvaldo Juan Zubeldía.
1969 Milan:          Cudicini - Malatrasi (Maldera), Anquiletti, Fogli, Rosato,
                Schnellinger, Lodetti, Rivera, Sormani, Néstor Combin,
                Prati (Rognoni)
                Coach: Nereo Rocco.
1970 Feijenoord:     Eddy Treytel - Piet Romeijn, Rinus Israël, Theo Laseroms, 
                Theo van Duivenbode, Franz Hasil (Jan Boskamp), Wim Jansen, 
                Willem van Hanegem, Henk Wery, Ove Kindvall, Coen Moulijn 
                (Joop van Daele).
                Coach: Ernst Happel.
1971 Nacional:       Manga - Masnik, Brunel, Ubiñas, Montero Castillo, Blanco,
                Luis Cubilla (Mujica), Maneiro, Espárrago, Luis Artime,
                Mamelli (Bareño).
                Coach: Washington Echamendi.
1972 Ajax:           Heinz Stuy - Horst Blankenburg, Wim Suurbier, Barry Hulshoff, 
                Ruud Krol, Arie Haan, Johan Neeskens, Gerrie Mühren, 
                Sjaak Swart (Johnny Rep), Johan Cruijff, Piet Keizer.
                Coach: Stefan Kovacs.
1973 Independiente:  Miguel Ángel Santoro -
                Miguel Ángel López, Ricardo Elbio Pavoni -
                Eduardo Comisso, Miguel Ángel Raimondo,
                Francisco Pedro Manuel Sa -
                Agustín Alberto Balbuena, Rubén Galván,
                Eduardo Andrés Magglioni, Ricardo Enrique Bochini,
                Ricardo Daniel Bertoni.
1974 Atlético Madrid: Pacheco - Melo, "Cacho" Heredia, Eusebio, Capón, Adelardo,
                 Irureta, Alberto (Salcedo), Aguilar, Gárate, Rubén Ayala.
                 Coach: Luis Aragonés.
1975
1976 Bayern München: Sepp Maier - Andersson, Franz Beckenbauer, Schwarzenbeck,
                Horsmann, Weiss, Karl Heinz Rummenigge (Arbinger), Kapellmann,
                Torstensson, Gerd Müller, Hoeness.
                Coach: Dettmar Cramer.
1977 Boca Juniors:             Hugo Orlando Gatti -
                          José Luis Tesare, José María Suárez -
                          Vicente Alberto Pernía, Rubén José Suñé,
                          Miguel Ángel Bordón -
                          Ernesto Enrique Mastrángelo, Mario Nicasio Zanabria,
                          José Luis Saldaño (46' Carlos José Veglio),
                          Carlos Horacio Salinas, Darío Luis Felman.
                          Coach: Juan Carlos Lorenzo.
1978 Boca Juniors:             Hugo Orlando Gatti -
                          José Luis Tesare, José María Suárez -
                          Vicente Alberto Pernía, Rubén José Suñé,
                          Miguel Ángel Bordón -
                          Ernesto Enrique Mastrángelo, Mario Nicasio Zanabria,
                          José Luis Saldaño (46' Carlos José Veglio),
                          Carlos Horacio Salinas, Darío Luis Felman.
                          Coach: Juan Carlos Lorenzo.
1979 Olimpia:  Almeida - Solalinde, Paredes, Sosa, Di Bartolomeo, Torres, Kiese,
          Talavera (Michelagnoli), Isasi, Valik, Aquino.
          Coach: Luis Cubilla.
1980 Nacional:          Rodolfo Rodríguez - Blanco, Hermes Moreira, Enríquez,
                   González, Milar, Espárrago, Luzardo, Alberto Bica,
                   Waldemar Victorino, Morales.
                   Coach: Juan Mugica.
1981 Flamengo:  Raul - Leandro, Mozer, Junior, Marinho, Amdrade, Tita, Adilio,
           Zico, Lice, Nunes.
1982 Peñarol    : Fernández - Oliveira, Bossio, Gutiérrez, Diogo, Morales,
             Ramos, Saralegui, Morena, Jair, Silva
1983 Grêmio FBPA  : Mazarópi - Paulo Roberto, Baidek, De León, Paulo César
                      Magalhães, China, Osvaldo (Bonamigo), Mário Sérgio, Renato
               Gaúcho, Tarciso, Paulo César Caju (Caio)
1984 Independiente: Carlos Mario Goyén -
               Néstor Rolando Clausen,
               Hugo Eduardo Villaverde (74' Pedro Damián Monzón),
               Enzo Héctor Trossero, Carlos Alberto Enrique -
               Ricardo Omar Giusti, Claudio Oscar Marangoni,
               Ricardo Enrique Bochini, Jorge Luis Burruchaga -
               José Alberto Percudani, Alejandro Esteban Barberón.
1985 Juventus          : Tacconi - Favero, Cabrini, Bonini, Brio, Scirea (64' Pioli),
                    Mauro (78' Briaschi), Manfredonia, Serena, Platini, Laudrup
1986 
River Plate:   Nery Alberto Pumpido -
               Jorge Manuel Gordillo, Nelson Daniel Gutiérrez,
               Oscar Alfredo Ruggeri, Alejandro Alfredo Montenegro -
               Héctor Aldolfo Enrique, Américo Rubén Gallego,
               Norberto Osvaldo Alonso,
               Roque Raúl Alfaro (68' Daniel Adolfo Sperandío) -
               Antonio Alzamendi, Juan Gilberto Funes.
               Coach: Héctor Rodolfo Veira
               Unused substitutes: Sergio Javier Goycochea, Rubén Darío Gómez,
               Claudio Morresi, Néstor Raúl Gorosito.
1987 FC Porto: Mlynarczyk - João Pinto, Inacio, Lipa Pereira, Rui Barros (61' Quim), 

          Geraldão, Magalhães, Madjer, Sousa, Gomes, André 

FINAL EN LA NIEVE
1988 Nacional      : Seré - Gómez, De León, Revélez, Saldanha, Ostolaza, Vargas
                (71 Morán), Lemos, De Lima, Cardaccio (113 Carreno), Castro
1989 AC Milan     : Galli - Tassotti, Maldini, Fuser (65' Evani), Costacurta, Baresi,
               Donadoni, Van Basten, Ancelotti, Rijkaard, Massaro (70' Simone)
1990 Milan AC:      Pazzagli - Baresi, Tassotti, Costacurta, Maldini (Galli 22),
               Carbone, Donadoni (Gaudenzi 82), Rijkaard, Stroppa, Gullit,
               Van Basten
Crvena zvezda: Milojevic - Belodedici - Radinovic, Najdoski, Vasilijevic, 
               Mihajlovic - Stosic, Jugovic, Ratkovic - Savicevic - Pancev
1992 São Paulo FC : Zetti - Victor, Adílson, Ronaldo, Pintado, Ronaldo Luiz,
               Müller, Toninho Cerezo (83' Dinho), Palinha, Raí, Cafú
1993 São Paulo FC : Zetti - Cafu, Válber, Ronaldo, André, Doriva, Dinho, Toninho
                      Cerezo, Leonardo, Palhinha (64' Juninho), Müller
1994 Vélez Sarsfield : José Luis Félix Chilavert -
                  Roberto Luis Trotta, Raúl Ernesto Cardozo, Héctor Almandoz,
                  Víctor Hugo Sotomayor -
                  Marcelo Adrián Gómez, Christian Hugo Bassedas,
                  José Horacio Basualdo, Roberto Fabián Pompei -
                  Omar Andrés Asad, José Oscar Flores.
1995 Ajax        : Van der Sar - Frank de Boer, Reiziger, Bogarde, Blind, Ronald
              de Boer, Davids, Litmanen (Reuser) - Finidi, Kluivert,
              Overmars (Kanu)
1996 Juventus FC : Peruzzi - Torricelli, Ferrara, Montero, Sergio Porrini, Deschamps,
              Vladimir Jugovic, Di Livio, Zinedine Zidane (78' Tachinardi),
              Del Piero, Boksic
1997 
Borussia Dortmund : Klos - Reuter, Feiersinger, Júlio César, Heinrich,
                    Freund, Zorc (79' Kirovski), Paulo Souza, Möller,
                    Herrlich, Chapuisat (75' Decheiver)
1998 Real Madrid     : Illgner - Panucci, Sanchís, Sanz, Roberto Carlos, Hierro,
                  Redondo, Seedorf, Sávio (89' Suker), Raúl, Mijatovic
                  (86' Jarni)
1999 Manchester United: Mark Bosnich; Gary Neville, Dennis Irwin, Jaap Stam, 
                   Silvestre; Roy Keane, Nicky Butt, David Beckham; Paul Scholes
                   (75' Teddy Sheringham),Ryan Giggs, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
                   (46' Dwight Yorke)
2000 Boca Juniors:  Córdoba; Bermúdez, Traverso, Ibarra, Matellán; Basualdo,
               Serna, Riquelme, Battaglia (92' Burdisso); Delgado
               (87' Guillermo Barros Schelotto), Palermo.
               Coach: Carlos Bianchi.
2000 Corinthians Campeon Mundial Interclubes:  Corinthias: Dida; Índio, Adílson, Fábio Luciano, Kléber; Freddy Rincón, Vampeta (91' Gilmar),
            Marcelinho Carioca, Ricardinho (46' Edu); Edílson (112' Fernando Baiano),
            Luizão; trainer: Oswaldo de Oliveira
2001 Bayern München: Oliver Kahn, Bixente Lizarzu, Willy Sagnol, Samuel Kufour,
                Robert Kovac, Thorsten Fink, Niko Kovac (76' Carsten Jancker),
                Paulo Sergio, Giovane Elber, Owen Hargreaves (76' Ciriaco Sforza),
                Claudio Pizarro (118' Pablo Thiam). Coach: Ottmar Hitzfeld
2002 Real Madrid: Iker Casillas; Míchel Salgado, Fernando Hierro, Iván Helguera,
             Roberto Carlos; Claude Makelele, Estebán Cambiasso (90' Francisco
             Pavón); Luís Figo, Raúl González, Zinedine Zidane (86' Santiago
             Solari); Ronaldo (81' José María Gutierrez "Guti"). 
             Coach: Vicente Del Bosque
2003 Boca Juniors    : Abbondanzieri, Schiavi, Perea, Burdisso, Rodriguez, Cagna, Cascini,
                  Donnet, Battaglia, Schelotto (72’ Tevez), Iarley.
                  Coach: Carlos Bianchi
2004 Porto           : Vitor Baía (Nuno), Seitaridis, Jorge Costa, Pedro Emanuel,
                  Ricardo Costa, Costinha, Maniche, Diego, Derlei (Carlos
                  Alberto), Luís Fabiano (Quaresma), McCarthy.
                  Coach: Víctor Fernández
2005 São Paulo FC: Rogério Ceni; Fabão, Diego Lugano, Alex; Cicinho, Mineiro,
  Josué, Junior; Danilo; Luizão, Amoroso. Coach: Paulo Autuori
 (85 Fabio Santos)(73 Souza),  
  (79 Diego Tardelli). Coach: Paulo Autuori
2006 Sport Club Internacional (Brazil)
Coach: Abel Braga.
Captain: Fernandao.
GK: 1-Clemer, 12-Renan, 22-Marcelo.
DF: 2-Ceara, 3-Indio, 4-Fabiano Eller, 6-Martin Hidalgo (Peru),
    13-Edigle, 15-Rubens Cardoso, 21-Elder Granja.
MF: 5-Wellington Monteiro, 7-Alex, 8-Edinho, 14-Fabinho, 16-Adriano,
    17-Fabian Vargas (Colombia), 19-Leo, 20-Perdigao.
FW: 9-Fernandao, 10-Iarley, 11-Alexandre Pato, 18-Luiz Adriano,
    23-Michel.
2007 
AC Milan (ITA)
Coach: Carlo Ancelotti.
Captains: Paolo Maldini, Massimo Ambrosini.
GK: 1-Dida (BRA), 16-Zeljko Kalac (AUS), 29-Valerio Fiori.
DF: 2-Cafu (BRA), 3-Paolo Maldini, 4-Kakha Kaladze (GEO), 13-Alessandro
    Nesta, 17-Dario Simic (CRO), 18-Marek Jankulovski (CZE), 25-Daniele
    Bonera, 27-Serginho (BRA), 44-Massimo Oddo.
MF: 5-Emerson (BRA), 8-Gennaro Gattuso, 10-Clarence Seedorf (BEL),
    20-Yoann Gourcuff (FRA), 21-Andrea Pirlo, 23-Massimo Ambrosini,
    32-Cristian Brocchi.
FW: 9-Filippo Inzaghi, 11-Alberto Gilardino, 22-Kaka (BRA), 99-Ronaldo
    (BRA).
2008 Manchester United (ENG)
Coach: Alex Ferguson (SCO).
Captain: Rio Ferdinand.
GK: 1-Edwin van der Sar (NED), 29-Tomasz Kuszczak (POL), 40-Ben Amos.
DF: 2-Gary Neville, 3-Patrice Evra (FRA), 5-Rio Ferdinand, 15-Nemanja
    Vidic (SRB), 21-Rafael (BRA), 22-John O'Shea (IRL), 23-Jonny Evans
    (NIR).
MF: 16-Michael Carrick, 18-Paul Scholes, 24-Darren Fletcher (SCO),
    28-Darron Gibson (IRL).
FW: 7-Cristiano Ronaldo (POR), 8-Anderson (BRA), 9-Dimitar Berbatov
    (BUL), 10-Wayne Rooney, 11-Ryan Giggs (WAL), 13-Park Ji-sung (KOR),
    17-Nani (POR), 19-Daniel Welbeck, 32-Carlos Tevez (ARG).
2009 Barcelona (trainer Guardiola)
  Valdes, Puyol, Toure, Piqué, Sylvinho, Xavi, Busquets, 
  Iniesta (90' Pedro), Messi, Eto'o, Henry (71' Keita).
Manchester (trainer Ferguson)
2010 Internazionale (trainer Mourinho)
  Julio Cesar, Maicon, Lucio, Samuel, Chivu (68' Stankovic), Zanetti, 
  Cambiasso, Eto'o, Sneijder, Pandev (78' Muntari), Milito (91' Materazzi).



SAMUEL ETO’O   ELECTO MEJOR JUGADOR DEL MUNDIAL DE CLUBES
                             2010

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