World Club Football Championship

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December 3, 2021

The FIFA Club World Cup, also known as the FIFA Club World Cup, is a football competition between clubs from different confederations from six continents around the world. Brazil as the FIFA Club World Championship FIFA established the tournament to replace the original Intercontinental Cup, or Toyota Cup, which was canceled in 2004 to include it. 2005 as the FIFA Club World Cup The winning teams from all continents will compete in this tournament. with the winners of the UEFA Champions League from Europe and the Copa Libertadores from South America. will go to wait to compete in the semi-finals immediately The club with the most wins is Real Madrid (Spain, 4 times), Barcelona (Spain, 3 times), third is Corinthians (Brazil, 2 times), Bayernmi. Vanik (Germany, 2 times) The most recent current winners will be affixed with the Club World Cup crest on their FIFA club shirts until a future Club World Cup winning team is replaced. The last winning club team was Germany's Bayern Munich. It won for the second time in the tournament, beating Mexico's UANL 1-0 in 90 minutes of the 2020 final.

Winning team competition each year

Winner's office

Winners (classified by club)

Winner (classified by nationality)

Winner (classified by city)

Winner (Classified by Football Federation)

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