BSWW Mundialito

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BSWW Mundialito
Founded 1994
Region International (FIFA)
Number of teams 4 (since 2008)
Current champions  Brazil (13th title)
Most successful team(s)  Brazil (13 titles)
Website Mundialito

The BSWW Mundialito, sometimes simply known as Mundialito, is an annual international beach soccer tournament that takes place between few select countries, which are invited to play at the tournament organized by Beach Soccer Worldwide (BSWW). First played in 1994 at Copacabana beach, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the competition was reignited in 1997 in Portugal, where it has been held ever since. Few nations have won the tournament, those being only Brazil, Portugal, United States and Spain.

The first Mundialito competition to consist of club teams took place in March 2011, known as the Mundialito de Clubes.

Venues[edit]

The following is a table showing when and where the BSWW Mundialito has been held:

Year(s) Country City Beach
1994  Brazil Rio de Janeiro Copacabana Beach
1995–1996 Not held
1997–2004  Portugal Figueira da Foz Praia da Claridade
2005–2012  Portugal Portimão Praia da Rocha
2013  Portugal Vila Nova de Gaia Praia de Canide Norte
2014  Portugal Espinho Praia da Baía
2015 Not held
2016  Portugal Cascais Praia de Carcavelos

Tournaments[edit]

No Year Winners Runner-up Third place Fourth place MVP Best goalkeeper Top goal scorer(s)
1 1994 Brazil Brazil Italy Italy United States United States Argentina Argentina
2 1997 Brazil Brazil Spain Spain Canada Canada Portugal Portugal
3 1998 United States United States Peru Peru Brazil Brazil Portugal Portugal Brazil Nenem United States Fernandez
4 1999 Brazil Brazil Portugal Portugal Uruguay Uruguay France France
5 2000 Brazil Brazil Portugal Portugal France France Spain Spain
6 2001 Brazil Brazil Portugal Portugal Spain Spain France France Spain Amarelle
7 2002 Brazil Brazil Portugal Portugal Italy Italy Argentina Argentina
8 2003 Portugal Portugal Brazil Brazil Spain Spain Uruguay Uruguay
9 2004 Brazil Brazil Spain Spain Italy Italy Portugal Portugal Brazil Jorginho Spain Roberto Valeiro Portugal Madjer
10 2005 Brazil Brazil Portugal Portugal France France Ukraine Ukraine Portugal Madjer Brazil Pierre Portugal Madjer
11 2006[1] Brazil Brazil Portugal Portugal Argentina Argentina England England Brazil Buru
12 2007[2] Brazil Brazil Portugal Portugal Japan Japan Switzerland Switzerland Portugal Madjer
13 2008 Portugal Portugal Brazil Brazil Argentina Argentina France France Portugal Madjer Brazil Mão Portugal Madjer
14 2009[3] Portugal Portugal Brazil Brazil Spain Spain United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates Portugal Madjer Brazil Mão Spain Amarelle
15 2010 Brazil Brazil Portugal Portugal Argentina Argentina United States United States Portugal Madjer Argentina Mendoza Portugal Madjer, Brazil Daniel, Brazil Sidney, Argentina De Ezeyza
16 2011 Brazil Brazil Portugal Portugal Mexico Mexico France France Portugal Madjer Portugal Paulo Graça Portugal Belchior
17 2012 Portugal Portugal Spain Spain Germany Germany China China Portugal Madjer Portugal Paulo Graça Portugal Madjer
18 2013 Spain Spain Portugal Portugal Italy Italy Japan Japan Portugal Alan Portugal Nuno Hidalgo Portugal Belchior, Spain Llorenç
19 2014 Portugal Portugal Japan Japan Hungary Hungary United States United States Portugal Jordan Portugal Nuno Hidalgo Portugal Belchior
20 2016 Brazil Brazil Portugal Portugal United States United States China China Portugal Belchior United States Toth Brazil Lucão

Medal Summary[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Brazil 13 3 1 17
2  Portugal 5 11 0 16
3  Spain 1 3 3 7
4  United States 1 0 2 3
5  Italy 0 1 3 4
6  Japan 0 1 1 2
7  Peru 0 1 0 1
8  Argentina 0 0 3 3
9  France 0 0 2 2
11  Canada 0 0 1 1
12  Germany 0 0 1 1
13  Hungary 0 0 1 1
14  Mexico 0 0 1 1
15  Uruguay 0 0 1 1
Total 20 20 20 60

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