AMF Futsal World Cup

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The AMF Futsal World Championships (previously called the FIFUSA Futsal World Championships) is the international championships for futsal, the indoor version of football organized by FIFUSA (1971–2002) and AMF (2003–present). It is organized by self-proclaimed body Asociación Mundial de Fútbol de Salón (AMF) (English: "World Futsal Association).

The world championship tournament was held every three years until 2003, and now is played every four years. The first event was held in 1982 in Brazil. The South American teams have won most of the championships.

Summaries[edit]

Year Host Final Third Place
Winner Score Runner-up Third Place Score Fourth Place
1982
Details
Brazil
Brazil

Brazil
1 – 0
Paraguay

Uruguay

Colombia
1985
Details
Spain
Spain

Brazil
3 – 1
Spain

Paraguay

Argentina
1988
Details
Australia
Australia

Paraguay
2 – 1
Brazil

Spain

Portugal
1991
Details
Italy
Italy

Portugal
1 – 1 (3–2 p)
Paraguay

Brazil

Bolivia
1994
Details
Argentina
Argentina

Argentina
2 – 1 aet
Colombia

Uruguay
1 – 0
Brazil
1997
Details
Mexico
Mexico

Venezuela
4 – 0
Uruguay

Brazil

Russia
2000
Details
Bolivia
Bolivia

Colombia
3 – 3 (3–1 p)
Bolivia

Argentina
6 – 6 (6–5 p)
Russia
2003
Details
Paraguay
Paraguay

Paraguay
Group Stage
Colombia

Bolivia
Group Stage
Peru
2007
Details
Argentina
Argentina

Paraguay
1 – 0
Argentina

Colombia
6 – 4
Peru
2011
Details
Colombia
Colombia

Colombia
8 – 2
Paraguay

Argentina
8 – 4
Russia
2015
Details
Belarus
Belarus

Ranking[edit]

Pos. Team Champion Runner-up Third place Fourth place Semifinalist
1st  Paraguay 3 (1988,2003,2007) 3 (1982,1991,2011) 1 (1985) 0 7
2nd  Colombia 2 (2000,2011) 2 (1994, 2003) 1 (2007) 1 (1982) 6
3rd  Brazil 2 (1982,1985) 1 (1988) 2 (1991,1997) 1 (1994) 6
4th  Argentina 1 (1994) 1 (2007) 2 (2000,2011) 1 (1985) 5
5th  Portugal 1 (1991) 0 0 1 (1988) 2
6th  Venezuela 1 (1997) 0 0 0 1
7th  Uruguay 0 1 (1997) 2 (1982,1994) 0 3
8th  Bolivia 0 1 (2000) 1 (2003) 1 (1991) 3
9th  Spain 0 1 (1985) 1 (1988) 0 2
10th  Russia 0 0 0 3 (1997,2000,2011) 3
11th  Peru 0 0 0 2 (2003,2007) 2

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