Brazilian clubs in World Club Cups

Obs 1. In March 2007 it was reported that FIFA accepted a request by CBF
and Palmeiras to consider the 1951 Copa Rio 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 Championship.

Em março de 2007 foi noticiado que a FIFA teria aceitado um pedido da CBF
e do Palmeiras para considerar a Copa Rio de 1951 como o primeiro mundial
de clubes oficial. A decisão definitiva foi tomada em 16/12/2007 pelo
Comitê Executivo da FIFA: nenhum torneio exceto aqueles organizados pela
entidade em 2000 e desde 2005 será considerado um Mundial de Clubes.

Obs 2: In October 27, 2017, FIFA Council recognized the winners of the
Intercontinental Cup/Toyota Cup (match played between the South American
and European champions from 1960 to 2004) as Club World Champions.

Em 27/10/2017, o Conselho da FIFA reconheceu os vencedores da Copa
Intercontinental/Copa Toyota (confronto disputado entre os campeões
da América do Sul e da Europa de 1960 a 2004) como Campeões Mundiais
de Clubes.

Overall participations

   3  Grêmio              [2 ITC, 1 FWC]
   3  Santos              [2 ITC, 1 FWC]
   3  São Paulo           [2 ITC, 1 FWC]

   2  Corinthians         [2 FWC]
   2  Cruzeiro            [2 ITC]
   2  Internacional       [2 FWC]
   2  Vasco               [1 ITC, 1 FWC]

   1  Atlético Mineiro    [1 FWC]
   1  Flamengo            [1 ITC]
   1  Palmeiras           [1 ITC]

[ITC] Intercontinental/Toyota Cup
[FWC] FIFA World Club Cup

Consecutive participations

 2 years: Santos (1962-1963)
          São Paulo (1992-1993)

Participations by edition

1960 to 1961: none

1962: Santos FC (winner of Taça Libertadores 1962)

1963: Santos FC (winner of Taça Libertadores 1963)

1964 to 1974: none

1975: not played

1976: Cruzeiro EC (winner of Taça Libertadores 1976)

1977: none

1978: not played

1979-1980: none

1981: CR Flamengo (winner of Taça Libertadores 1981)

1982: none

1983: Grêmio FBPA (winner of Taça Libertadores 1983)

1984 to 1991: none

1992: São Paulo FC (winner of Taça Libertadores 1992)

1993: São Paulo FC (winner of Taça Libertadores 1993)

1994: none

1995: Grêmio FBPA (winner of Taça Libertadores 1995)

1996: none

1997: Cruzeiro EC (winner of Taça Libertadores 1997)

1998: CR Vasco da Gama (winner of Taça Libertadores 1998)

1999: SE Palmeiras (winner of Taça Libertadores 1999)

2000 [FWC]: CR Vasco da Gama (winner of Taça Libertadores 1998)
            SC Corinthians P (winner of Campeonato Brasileiro 1998)

2000 [ITC]: none

2001 [FWC]: not played [*]

[*] Originally, Palmeiras would play the 2001 FIFA Club World Cup, as winner of
1999 Taça Libertadores. But with the bankruptcy of organizer ISL, the tournament
was postponed to 2003 and later eventually cancelled.

Originalmente, o Palmeiras deveria disputar o Mundial de Clubes da FIFA de 2001,
como vencedor da Taça Libertadores de 1999. Porém, com a falência da organizadora
ISL, o torneio foi adiado para 2003 e mais tarde definitivamente cancelado.

2002-2004: none

2005: São Paulo FC (winner of Taça Libertadores 2005)

2006: SC Internacional (winner of Taça Libertadores 2006)

2007-2009: none

2010: SC Internacional (winner of Taça Libertadores 2010)

2011: Santos FC (winner of Taça Libertadores 2011)

2012: SC Corinthians P (winner of Taça Libertadores 2012)

2013: C Atlético Mineiro (winner of Taça Libertadores 2013)

2014-2016: none

2017: Grêmio FBPA (winner of Taça Libertadores 2017)

Participations by cities of origin

São Paulo          6 (São Paulo 3, Corinthians 2, Palmeiras 1)
Porto Alegre       5 (Grêmio 3, Internacional 2)
Belo Horizonte     3 (Cruzeiro 2, Atlético Mineiro 1)
Rio de Janeiro     3 (Vasco 2, Flamengo 1)
Santos             3 (Santos 3)

Participations by states of origin

São Paulo          9 (São Paulo, Santos)
Rio Grande do Sul  5 (Porto Alegre)
Rio de Janeiro     3 (Rio de Janeiro)
Minas Gerais       3 (Belo Horizonte)

About this document

Prepared and maintained by Marcelo Leme de Arruda for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation and RSSSF Brazil

Author: Marcelo Leme de Arruda (mlarruda@terra.com.br)
Last updated: 20 Feb 2018

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