European and South American Club Football Championships

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December 3, 2021

European and South American Club Championship (Eng.: European/South American Cup) or Intercontinental Cup The Intercontinental Cup, started in 1960, is a football tournament organized by the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) and the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL). UEFA Champions League champion from Europe Against the Copa Libertadores champions from South America, in the first period 1960-1979, the competition system of this tournament was a two-match home-and-away (during the 1960s- 1968 will be decided by the score of the two meetings. (as used by CONMEBOL until 1987, then from 1969-1979 it was replaced by a two-match scoring method with the European away goals rule). Then, from 1980-2004, it was switched to a single match in Japan. With the main sponsor being Toyota, most people changed the name of this tournament to the Toyota Cup. Later, in 2005, the Intercontinental Cup was replaced. by FIFA Club World Cup

Final match

Winner's office

Winners (classified by club)

Winner (classified by nationality)

References

Other Resources

International Clubs Cup – The Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation

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