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|Country of origin||Italy|
|Original network||Rai 1
|Original release||1991 – 2006|
- Brazil: aired from April 28, 1997 to December 28, 2002 on SBT, starring Leonardo Monteiro, Diego Ramiro, Caíque Benigno, Jussara Marques, Danielle Lima and Murilo Troccoli
- Mexico: named Disney Club, aired from 1998 on Azteca 7 (TV Azteca). The show was renewed in 2001 with a new format and animated series.
- Ecuador: named Disney Club, aired on Teleamazonas
- Chile: named El Club Disney, aired on Canal 13
- France: aired on TF1 from 7 January 1990 to 27 December 1998
- Germany: aired between 1991–1995 on ARD, then 1996-2001 on RTL
- Greece: aired on Mega Channel from November 1993 to July 2002
- Russia: aired on Channel One from 4 January 1998 to 9 March 2014
- Italy: aired on Rai 1 (from 1991 to 2000) and Rai 2 (from 2000 to 2006)
- Netherlands: aired on NCRV from 1989 to 1992
- United Kingdom: Disney Club aired between 1989 and 1992 on CITV then 1993 to 1998 on GMTV
- Sweden: named Disneyklubben, aired from August 27, 1992 to December 31, 1993 on SVT1 and was hosted by (graphic artist) Lasse Åberg and later Alice Bah.
- Ireland: Disney Club is currently aired on RTÉ Two
- Portugal: named Clube Disney aired on 1991-1994 on Canal 1, 1996-2001 on RTP2 and RTP1
- Spain : named Club Disney, aired on 1991-1998 on TVE 1, 1998-2003 on Telecinco, 2003-2007 again on TVE 1
- India: aired in 1995 on DD Metro
- Indonesia: aired from 1996-2006 named Klub Disney Indonesia on Indosiar, but Klub Disney Indonesia was aired from 2010-2016 on RCTI and MNCTV named Disney Club Indonesia, and from September 2016, now named again Klub Disney Indonesia, it was aired on TV3 and IMT Televisi
- Philippines: aired on TV5 from 2010 as a cartoon block
- "A turma do Disney Cruj já é adulta e você está mais velho do que pensava" [The Disney Cruj gang is grown up and you're older than you thought] (in Brazilian Portuguese).
- Sutter, Mary (October 11, 2001). "New Azteca topper". Variety. Retrieved May 18, 2014.
- Moran, Kristin (December 14, 2006). Jeffrey Jensen Arnett, ed. Encyclopedia of Children, Adolescents, and the Media: TWO-VOLUME SET. SAGE Publications. p. 464. Retrieved May 18, 2014.
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-10-06. Retrieved 2014-10-05.
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