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Football finalists

Football clubs which played at least one world championship final

Below is a list with football clubs which played at least one world championship final. The world championship for football clubs is currently known as the FIFA Club World Cup. Real Madrid from Spain are the most recent winners of the tournament. The former world championship for football clubs ended as the Toyota Cup. The football clubs with at least one world title are from Argentina, Brazil, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Paraguay, Portugal, Serbia, Spain, the United Kingdom and Uruguay. Real Madrid are the club with the most world championship titles in football, the most popular sport in the world. They won seven world championship titles. The national football teams of Argentina, Brazil, England, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Uruguay are the FIFA World Cup winners. Brazil won five FIFA World Cup titles. They became the national football team with the most world titles. In 2010, the national football team of the Netherlands became the first team which played three FIFA World Cup finals without winning one.

The AFC Champions League, the CAF Champions League, the CONCACAF Champions League, the Copa Libertadores, the OFC Champions League and the UEFA Champions League are the continental championships for football clubs. The UEFA Champions League, the European championship for football clubs, is the continental tournament with the highest prize money. It is among the major sports tournaments in the world. In 1956, Real Madrid became the first winners of the European championship for football clubs. Benfica, AC Milan, Internazionale, Celtic, Manchester United, Feyenoord, Ajax, Bayern München, Liverpool FC, Nottingham Forest, Aston Villa, HSV, Juventus, FCSB, FC Porto, PSV, Crvena zvezda and FC Barcelona became the next winners of the European Champion Clubs’ Cup. In 1992, the European championship for football clubs took its current name. Atlético Mineiro from Brazil and Olympique de Marseille from France are the only football clubs which won a European or South American championship title and never played a world championship final.

🏆 At least one continental or world championship title
🚫 No continental or world championship title

Football club Location Stadium Finals won
🏆 Real Madrid Madrid, Spain Estadio Santiago Bernabéu 7 out of 9
🏆 AC Milan Milan, Italy Stadio Giuseppe Meazza 4 out of 8
🏆 Boca Juniors Buenos Aires, Argentina Estadio Alberto J. Armando 3 out of 5
🏆 FC Barcelona Barcelona, Spain Camp Nou 3 out of 5
🏆 Peñarol Montevideo, Uruguay Estadio Campeón del Siglo 3 out of 5
🏆 Bayern München Munich, Germany Allianz Arena 3 out of 3
🏆 Club Nacional de Football Montevideo, Uruguay 3 out of 3
🏆 Internazionale Milan, Italy Stadio Giuseppe Meazza 3 out of 3
🏆 São Paulo FC São Paulo, Brazil Estádio Cícero Pompeu de Toledo 3 out of 3
🏆 Independiente Avellaneda, Argentina 2 out of 6
🏆 Juventus Turin, Italy Allianz Stadium 2 out of 3
🏆 Santos FC Santos, Brazil Estádio Urbano Caldeira 2 out of 3
🏆 Manchester United Stretford, United Kingdom Old Trafford 2 out of 3
🏆 Ajax Amsterdam, Netherlands Johan Cruijff ArenA 2 out of 2
🏆 Corinthians São Paulo, Brazil Arena Corinthians 2 out of 2
🏆 FC Porto Porto, Portugal Estádio do Dragão 2 out of 2
🏆 Estudiantes de La Plata La Plata, Argentina Estadio Ciudad de La Plata 1 out of 4
🏆 Grêmio Porto Alegre, Brazil Arena do Grêmio 1 out of 3
🏆 Olimpia Asunción, Paraguay Estadio Manuel Ferreira 1 out of 3
🏆 River Plate Buenos Aires, Argentina Estadio Antonio Vespucio Liberti 1 out of 3
🏆 Atlético de Madrid Madrid, Spain Wanda Metropolitano 1 out of 1
🏆 Borussia Dortmund Dortmund, Germany Signal Iduna Park 1 out of 1
🏆 Crvena zvezda Belgrade, Serbia Stadion Rajko Mitic 1 out of 1
🏆 Feyenoord Rotterdam, Netherlands Stadion Feijenoord 1 out of 1
🏆 Flamengo Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Estádio Jornalista Mário Filho 1 out of 1
🏆 Internacional Porto Alegre, Brazil Estádio José Pinheiro Borda 1 out of 1
🏆 Racing Club Avellaneda, Argentina Estadio Presidente Juan Domingo Perón 1 out of 1
🏆 Vélez Sarsfield Buenos Aires, Argentina Estadio José Amalfitani 1 out of 1
🏆 Liverpool FC Liverpool, United Kingdom Anfield 0 out of 3
🏆 Benfica Lisbon, Portugal Estádio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica 0 out of 2
🏆 Cruzeiro Belo Horizonte, Brazil Estádio Governador Magalhães Pinto 0 out of 2
🏆 Vasco da Gama Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Estádio Vasco da Gama 0 out of 2
🏆 Al-Ain FC Al-Ain, United Arab Emirates Hazza bin Zayed Stadium 0 out of 1
🏆 Argentinos Juniors Buenos Aires, Argentina Estadio Diego Armando Maradona 0 out of 1
🏆 Aston Villa Birmingham, United Kingdom Villa Park 0 out of 1
🏆 Atlético Nacional Medellín, Colombia Estadio Atanasio Girardot 0 out of 1
🚫 Borussia Mönchengladbach Mönchengladbach, Germany Stadion im Borussia-Park 0 out of 1
🏆 Celtic Glasgow, United Kingdom Celtic Park 0 out of 1
🏆 Chelsea London, United Kingdom Stamford Bridge 0 out of 1
🏆 Colo-Colo Santiago, Chile Estadio Monumental 0 out of 1
🏆 FCSB Bucharest, Romania Arena Nationala 0 out of 1
🏆 HSV Hamburg, Germany Volksparkstadion 0 out of 1
🏆 Kashima Antlers Kashima, Japan Kashima Football Stadium 0 out of 1
🏆 LDU Quito, Ecuador Estadio de Liga Deportiva Universitaria 0 out of 1
🚫 Malmö FF Malmö, Sweden Stadion 0 out of 1
🏆 Mazembe Lubumbashi, DR Congo Stade TP Mazembe 0 out of 1
🏆 Nottingham Forest West Bridgford, United Kingdom The City Ground 0 out of 1
🏆 Once Caldas Manizales, Colombia Estadio Palogrande 0 out of 1
🏆 Palmeiras São Paulo, Brazil Allianz Parque 0 out of 1
🚫 Panathinaikos FC Athens, Greece Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium 0 out of 1
🏆 PSV Eindhoven, Netherlands Philips Stadion 0 out of 1
🏆 Raja Casablanca, Morocco Stade Mohammed V 0 out of 1
🏆 San Lorenzo Buenos Aires, Argentina Estadio Pedro Bidegain 0 out of 1
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