Club World Cup Winners List
Real Madrid are the 2022/23 Club World Cup champions, beating Al Hilal in the final to secure their fifth (and manager Carlo Ancelotti’s third) title.
The FIFA Club World Cup winners list reads like a who’s who of the biggest football clubs on the planet.
The competition initially started as the FIFA Club World Championship in 1999/20 but was subsequently renamed to its current title in 2006.
The format now involves seven teams competing for the title at venues within the host nation over a period of around two weeks.
The host nation’s national champions contest a play-off against the Oceania champions, from which the winner joins Asian, African and North American champions in the quarter-finals.
The winners of those ties face the European and South American champions in the last four, with a place in the Club World Cup final up for grabs.
Here is the full list of Club World Cup winners, details about which clubs have won the most titles and which managers have been most successful in the competition.
Club World Cup Winners
|21/22||Real Madrid||Carlo Ancelotti|
|20/21||Bayern Munich||Hansi Flick|
|18/19||Real Madrid||Santiago Solari|
|17/18||Real Madrid||Zinedine Zidane|
|16/17||Real Madrid||Zinedine Zidane|
|14/15||Real Madrid||Carlo Ancelotti|
|13/14||Bayern Munich||Pep Guardiola|
|12/13||Sport Club Corinthians Paulista||Tite|
|10/11||Inter Milan||Rafael Benitez|
|08/09||Manchester United||Sir Alex Ferguson|
|07/08||AC Milan||Carlo Ancelotti|
|06/07||Sport Club Internacional||Abel Braga|
|05/06||Sao Paulo Futebol Clube||Paulo Autuori|
|99/00||Sport Club Corinthians Paulista||Oswaldo de Olivieira|
Most Club World Cup Titles – By Club
|Sport Club Corinthians Paulista||2|
|Sport Club Internacional||1|
|Sao Paulo Futebol Clube||1|
Most Club World Cup Titles – By Manager
|Sir Alex Ferguson||1|
|Oswaldo de Oliveira||1|
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