Intercontinental Futsal Cup

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The FIFA Intercontinental Futsal Cup is the international club championships for futsal. The tournament is similar to FIFA Club World Cup.

History[edit]

The Intercontinental Futsal Cup is held every year. The first event was held in 1997, in Porto Alegre. From 2004 onwards, FIFA organizes the tournament.

List of champions[edit]

Non FIFA organized[edit]

Number Year Champion Score Runner-up Host
1 1997 (spring) Flag of Brazil.svg Sport Club Internacional 4-2 Flag of Spain.svg FC Barcelona Futsal Flag of Brazil.svg Porto Alegre (BRA)
2 1997 (autumn) Flag of Russia.svg MFK Dina Moskva 5-4, 3-2, 4-2 Flag of Brazil.svg Inter/Ulbra Flag of Russia.svg Moscow (RUS)
3 1998 Flag of Brazil.svg Atlético Pax de Minas 5-6, 4-0, 4-3 Flag of Russia.svg MFK Dina Moskva Flag of Russia.svg Moscow (RUS)
4 1999 Flag of Brazil.svg Sport Club Ulbra 4-4 (5-3 pen.), 2-3, 4-3 Flag of Russia.svg MFK Dina Moskva Flag of Russia.svg Moscow (RUS)
5 2000 Flag of Spain.svg Caja Segovia FS Group Flag of Brazil.svg Atlético Pax de Minas Flag of Russia.svg Moscow (RUS)
6 2001 Flag of Brazil.svg Carlos Barbosa Group Flag of Russia.svg MFK Dina Moskva Flag of Russia.svg Moscow (RUS)
_ 2002 not held
_ 2003 not held

Organized by FIFA[edit]

Number Year Champion Score Runner-up Host
7 2004 Flag of Brazil.svg Carlos Barbosa 6 – 3
Flag of Spain.svg Playas de Castellón FS Flag of Spain.svg Barcelona (SPA)
8 2005 Flag of Spain.svg Boomerang Interviú 5 – 2
Flag of Brazil.svg Malwee/Jaraguá Flag of Spain.svg Puertollano (SPA)
9 2006 Flag of Spain.svg Boomerang Interviú 1 – 0
Flag of Brazil.svg Malwee/Jaraguá Flag of Brazil.svg Brusque (BRA)
10 2007 Flag of Spain.svg Boomerang Interviú 3 – 1
Flag of Brazil.svg Malwee/Jaraguá Flag of Portugal.svg Portimão (POR)
11 2008 Flag of Spain.svg Interviú Fadesa 6 – 1
Flag of Brazil.svg Malwee/Jaraguá Flag of Spain.svg Granada (ESP)
12 2009 not held
13 2010 not held
14 2011 Flag of Spain.svg Inter Movistar 2 – 1
Flag of Brazil.svg Carlos Barbosa Flag of Spain.svg Alcalá de Henares (ESP)[1]
15 2012 Flag of Brazil.svg Carlos Barbosa[2] 4 – 1
Flag of Spain.svg Inter Movistar Flag of Brazil.svg Carlos Barbosa (BRA)
16 2013 Flag of Russia.svg MFK Dinamo Moskva 5 – 1
Flag of Brazil.svg Carlos Barbosa Flag of the United States.svg Greensboro (USA)
17 2014 Flag of Kazakhstan.svg AFC Kairat 3 – 2
Flag of Russia.svg MFK Dinamo Moskva Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Almaty (Kazakhstan)
18 2015 Flag of Brazil.svg Atlântico 4 – 3 (aet)
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg AFC Kairat Flag of Brazil.svg Erechim (Brazil)
19 2016 Flag of Brazil.svg Magnus Futsal 4 – 3 (aet)
Flag of Brazil.svg Carlos Barbosa Flag of Qatar.svg Doha (Qatar)
20 2017 not held
21 2018 Flag of Thailand.svg Bangkok (Thailand)

Titles by club[edit]

Club winners Winners
Flag of Spain.svg Inter Movistar 5
Flag of Brazil.svg Carlos Barbosa 3
Flag of Brazil.svg Internacional, Flag of Brazil.svg Atlético Pax de Minas, Flag of Brazil.svg SC Ulbra, Flag of Brazil.svg Atlântico, Flag of Brazil.svg Magnus Futsal, Flag of Spain.svg Caja Segovia, Flag of Russia.svg MFK Dina Moskva, Flag of Russia.svg MFK Dinamo Moskva, Flag of Kazakhstan.svg AFC Kairat 1

Titles by country[edit]

Country Winners Club winners
 Brazil 8 Carlos Barbosa (3), SC Ulbra (1), Atlético Pax de Minas (1), Internacional (1), Atlântico (1), Magnus Futsal (1)
 Spain 6 Inter Movistar (5), Caja Segovia (1)
 Russia 2 MFK Dina Moskva (1), MFK Dinamo Moskva (1)
 Kazakhstan 1 AFC Kairat (1)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "La XII Copa Intercontinental de Clubes de Fútbol Sala se ha presentado esta mañana en Alcalá de Henares" (in Spanish). Prensa Inter Movistar. 2010-02-17. Retrieved 18 February 2011. 
  2. ^ "ACBF vence o Inter por 4 a 1 e conquista a Copa Intercontinental de Futsal" (in Portuguese). Jornal Zero Hora. 2012-06-30. Retrieved 1 July 2012. 

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