Intercontinental Futsal Cup

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The World Intercontinental Futsal Cup is an international club championships for futsal. This friendly competition is not a FIFA official trophy.

Futsal Ballgame-team sport, variant of association football

Futsal is a variant of association football played on a hard court, smaller than a football pitch, and mainly indoors. It features similarities to five-a-side football.

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History

The Intercontinental Futsal Cup is held every year. The first event was held in 1997, in Porto Alegre. FIFA doesn't organize the tournament. This tournament, doesn't appear in FIFA website because isn't official trophy.

Porto Alegre Municipality in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Porto Alegre is the capital and largest city of the Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul. Founded in 1769 by Manuel Sepúlveda, its population of 1,481,019 inhabitants (2016) makes it the tenth most populous city in the country and the centre of Brazil's fifth largest metropolitan area, with 4,405,760 inhabitants (2010). The city is the southernmost capital city of a Brazilian state.

List of champions

Non FIFA organized

NumberYearChampionScoreRunner-upHost
11997 (spring) Flag of Brazil.svg Sport Club Internacional 4-2 Flag of Spain.svg FC Barcelona Futsal Flag of Brazil.svg Porto Alegre (BRA)
21997 (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)
31998 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)
41999 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)
52000 Flag of Spain.svg Caja Segovia FS Group Flag of Brazil.svg Atlético Pax de Minas Flag of Russia.svg Moscow (RUS)
62001 Flag of Brazil.svg Carlos Barbosa Group Flag of Russia.svg MFK Dina Moskva Flag of Russia.svg Moscow (RUS)
_2002not held
_2003not held

Organized by FIFA

NumberYearChampionScoreRunner-upHost
72004 Flag of Brazil.svg Carlos Barbosa 6 – 3
Flag of Spain.svg Playas de Castellón FS Flag of Spain.svg Barcelona (SPA)
82005 Flag of Spain.svg Boomerang Interviú 5 – 2
Flag of Brazil.svg Malwee/Jaraguá Flag of Spain.svg Puertollano (SPA)
92006 Flag of Spain.svg Boomerang Interviú 1 – 0
Flag of Brazil.svg Malwee/Jaraguá Flag of Brazil.svg Brusque (BRA)
102007 Flag of Spain.svg Boomerang Interviú 3 – 1
Flag of Brazil.svg Malwee/Jaraguá Flag of Portugal.svg Portimão (POR)
112008 Flag of Spain.svg Interviú Fadesa 6 – 1
Flag of Brazil.svg Malwee/Jaraguá Flag of Spain.svg Granada (ESP)
122009not held
132010not held
142011 Flag of Spain.svg Inter Movistar 2 – 1
Flag of Brazil.svg Carlos Barbosa Flag of Spain.svg Alcalá de Henares (ESP) [1]
152012 Flag of Brazil.svg Carlos Barbosa [2] 4 – 1
Flag of Spain.svg Inter Movistar Flag of Brazil.svg Carlos Barbosa (BRA)
162013 Flag of Russia.svg MFK Dinamo Moskva 5 – 1
Flag of Brazil.svg Carlos Barbosa Flag of the United States.svg Greensboro (USA)
172014 Flag of Kazakhstan.svg AFC Kairat 3 – 2
Flag of Russia.svg MFK Dinamo Moskva Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Almaty (Kazakhstan)
182015 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)
202017not held
212018 Flag of Brazil.svg Magnus Futsal 2 – 0
Flag of Brazil.svg Carlos Barbosa Flag of Thailand.svg Bangkok (Thailand)
222019 Flag of Brazil.svg Magnus Futsal TBD
Flag of Argentina.svg Boca Juniors Flag of Thailand.svg Bangkok (Thailand)

Titles by club

Club winnersWinners
Flag of Spain.svg Inter Movistar 5
Flag of Brazil.svg Carlos Barbosa 3
Flag of Brazil.svg Magnus Futsal 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 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

CountryWinnersClub winners
Flag of Brazil.svg  Brazil 10 Carlos Barbosa (3), Magnus Futsal (3), SC Ulbra (1), Atlético Pax de Minas (1), Internacional (1), Atlântico (1)
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 6 Inter Movistar (5), Caja Segovia (1)
Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 2 MFK Dina Moskva (1), MFK Dinamo Moskva (1)
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg  Kazakhstan 1 AFC Kairat (1)

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References

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