FIFA Confederations Cup records

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This is a list of records of the FIFA Confederations Cup.

General statistics by tournament[edit]

Year Host Champion Winning coach Top scorer(s) Best player award[1][2]
1992  Saudi Arabia  Argentina Argentina Alfio Basile Argentina Gabriel Batistuta (2)
United States Bruce Murray (2)
N/A
1995  Saudi Arabia  Denmark Denmark Richard Møller Nielsen Mexico Luis García (3)
1997  Saudi Arabia  Brazil Brazil Mário Zagallo Brazil Romário (7) Brazil Denílson
1999  Mexico  Mexico Mexico Manuel Lapuente Brazil Ronaldinho (6)
Mexico Cuauhtémoc Blanco (6)
Saudi Arabia Marzouk Al-Otaibi (6)
Brazil Ronaldinho
2001  South Korea
 Japan
 France France Roger Lemerre Australia Shaun Murphy (2)
France Éric Carrière (2)
France Robert Pirès (2)
France Patrick Vieira (2)
France Sylvain Wiltord (2)
Japan Takayuki Suzuki (2)
South Korea Hwang Sun-hong (2)
France Robert Pirès
2003  France  France France Jacques Santini France Thierry Henry (4) France Thierry Henry
2005  Germany  Brazil Brazil Carlos Alberto Parreira Brazil Adriano (5) Brazil Adriano
2009  South Africa  Brazil Brazil Dunga Brazil Luís Fabiano (5) Brazil Kaká
2013  Brazil  Brazil Brazil Luiz Felipe Scolari Brazil Fred (5)
Spain Fernando Torres (5)
Brazil Neymar

Team: tournament position[edit]

All time[edit]

Most FIFA Confederations Cup won[edit]

Team #
 Brazil (1997, 2005, 2009, 2013) 4
 France (2001, 2003) 2
 Argentina (1992)
 Denmark (1995)
 Mexico (1999)
1

Most FIFA Confederations Cup Finals[edit]

Team #
 Brazil (1997, 1999, 2005, 2009, 2013) 5
 Argentina (1992, 1995, 2005) 3
 France (2001, 2003) 2
 Saudi Arabia (1992)
 Denmark (1995)
 Australia (1997)
 Mexico (1999)
 Japan (2001)
 Cameroon (2003)
 United States (2009)
 Spain (2013)
1
Most finishes in the top three
5,  Brazil (1997, 1999, 2005, 2009, 2013)
Most finishes in the top four
6,  Brazil (1997, 1999, 2001, 2005, 2009, 2013)
Most Confederations Cup appearances
7,  Brazil (1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2009, 2013)

Participating teams and results[edit]

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1992
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1995
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1997
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1999
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2001
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2003
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2005
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2009
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2013
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2017
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Total
 Argentina W 2nd 2nd ? ? 3
 Australia 2nd 3rd G ? ? 3
 Bolivia G ? ? 1
 Brazil W 2nd 4th G W W W ? ? 7
 Cameroon G 2nd ? ? 2
 Canada G ? ? 1
 Colombia 4th ? ? 1
 Czech Republic 3rd ? ? 1
 Denmark W ? ? 1
 Egypt G G ? ? 2
 France W W ? ? 2
 Germany G 3rd Q ? 3
 Greece G ? ? 1
 Iraq G ? ? 1
 Italy G 3rd ? ? 2
 Ivory Coast 4th ? ? 1
 Japan G 2nd G G G ? 5
 Mexico 3rd G W G 4th G ? ? 6
 New Zealand G G G ? ? 3
 Nigeria 4th G ? ? 2
 Qatar Q 1
 Russia Q ? 1
 Saudi Arabia 2nd G G 4th ? ? 4
 South Africa G 4th ? ? 2
 South Korea G ? ? 1
 Spain 3rd 2nd ? ? 2
 Tahiti G ? ? 1
 Tunisia G ? ? 1
 Turkey 3rd ? ? 1
 United Arab Emirates G ? ? 1
 United States 3rd 3rd G 2nd ? ? 4
 Uruguay 4th 4th ? ? 2

W: winner.
G: eliminated in group stage.
Q: qualified for future tournament.
?: team may/may not qualify for the tournament.

Goalscorers[edit]

Overall top scorers[edit]

Player Country Goals
Cuauhtémoc Blanco  Mexico 9
Ronaldinho  Brazil
Fernando Torres  Spain 8
Adriano  Brazil 7
Romário  Brazil
Marzouk Al-Otaibi  Saudi Arabia 6
David Villa  Spain
Alex  Brazil 5
John Aloisi  Australia
Luís Fabiano  Brazil
Fred  Brazil
Robert Pirès  France
Vladimír Šmicer  Czech Republic

Hat-tricks[edit]

Vladimír Šmicer, Ronaldo, Romário, Cuauhtémoc Blanco, Marzouk Al-Otaibi, Ronaldinho, Luciano Figueroa, Fernando Torres, David Villa, Nnamdi Oduamadi and Abel Hernández are the only eleven men to have scored a Confederations Cup hat-trick, with Torres the only player to achieve a hat-trick twice. Torres, Blanco and Hernández are the only players to have scored four in a match.

Awards[edit]

Golden Shoe[edit]

The Golden Shoe is awarded to the top scorer of the tournament. If more than one players are equal by same goals, the players will be selected based by the most assists during the tournament.

Tournament Golden Shoe Award Goals
1992 Saudi Arabia Argentina Gabriel Batistuta 2
1995 Saudi Arabia Mexico Luis García 3
1997 Saudi Arabia Brazil Romário 7
1999 Mexico Brazil Ronaldinho 6
2001 Korea/Japan France Robert Pirès 2
2003 France France Thierry Henry 4
2005 Germany Brazil Adriano 5
2009 South Africa Brazil Luís Fabiano 5
2013 Brazil Spain Fernando Torres 5

Golden Glove[edit]

The Golden Glove is awarded to the best goalkeeper of the tournament.

Tournament Golden Glove
2005 Germany Mexico Oswaldo Sánchez
2009 South Africa United States Tim Howard
2013 Brazil Brazil Júlio César

FIFA Fair Play Award[edit]

FIFA Fair Play Award is given to the team who has the best fair play record during the tournament with the criteria set by FIFA Fair Play Committee.

Tournament FIFA Fair Play Award
1997 Saudi Arabia  South Africa
1999 Mexico  New Zealand,  Brazil
2001 Korea/Japan  Japan
2003 France  Japan
2005 Germany  Greece
2009 South Africa  Brazil
2013 Brazil  Spain

Attendance[edit]

Year & host Total attendance # matches Avg attendance
Saudi Arabia 1992 169,500 4 42,375
Saudi Arabia 1995 165,000 8 20,625
Saudi Arabia 1997 333,500 16 20,844
Mexico 1999 970,000 16 60,625
South Korea Japan 2001 557,191 16 34,824
France 2003 491,700 16 30,731
Germany 2005 603,106 16 37,694
South Africa 2009 584,894 16 36,556
Brazil 2013 804,659 16 50,291
  • Green background shading indicates attendance records.

References[edit]

External links[edit]