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  • FIFA Club World Cup

    Statistical Kit

    Last update: 5 December 2011

  • Communications & Public Affairs Division FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2011 presented by TOYOTA 2 Last update: 5.12.2011

    Contents

    Facts you need to know about the FIFA Club World Cup 3

    Competition 2011 4

     Participating clubs 4

     FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2011 coaches 4

     Participating club profiles 5

     Road to the FIFA Club World Cup 8

    Host, Japan and the FIFA Club World Cup 11

    List of referees and assistant referees 12

    Trophy 13

    Prize money 13

    Competition formats 14

    Stadiums 15

    History of the FIFA Club World Cup 16

    Winners at a glance 16

    Ranking by tournament 17

    FIFA Club World Cup stats at a glance 18

    Competition records at a glance 19

    Goals 19

    Players 21

    Matches 22

    Clubs with the most participations 23

    Attendance 23

    Coaches 24

    Referees 24

    Awards 25

    Final matches round-up 26

    Intercontinental Cup and Toyota Cup (1960-2004) 30

    Match schedule 33

  • Communications & Public Affairs Division FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2011 presented by TOYOTA 3 Last update: 5.12.2011

    Facts you need to know about the FIFA Club World Cup

    1. The FIFA Club World Cup is now in its eighth edition and is being held in Japan for the fifth time. The tournament, first played in Brazil in 2000, was staged in Japan from 2005 until 2008, when it then went to the United Arab Emirates for 2009 and 2010.

    2. To date, three Brazilian clubs (Corinthians in 2000, Sao Paulo in 2005 and Sport Club International in 2006), two Italian clubs (AC Milan in 2007 and FC Internazionale in 2010), one English club (Manchester United in 2008) and one Spanish club (FC Barcelona in 2009) have won the FIFA Club World Cup.

    3. Prior to this tournament, 38 different teams have participated in the FIFA Club World Cup. Auckland City FC (NZL) and FC Barcelona (ESP) will both be competing in their third edition of this tournament. Only two other teams have managed this feat, Pachuca (MEX) and Al Ahly (EGY). Coincidentally the two previous participations for Auckland City FC and FC Barcelona were in the same year 2006 and 2009. Teams with two participations are Waitakere United (NZL), TP Mazembe Englebert (COD), Manchester United (ENG) and Sport Club Internacional (BRA).

    4. Five teams are set to make their debut in the FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2011: AFC Champions League winners Al Sadd (QAT), the winner of the CAF Champions League Esperance (TUN) winner of CONCACAF Champions League Monterrey (MEX), winner of CONMEBOL’s Copa Libertadores Santos (BRA) and host Japan’s J-League winner, Kashiwa Reysol.

    5. Dwight Yorke (TRI), Flavio (ANG) and Mbenza Bedi (COD) are the only players to score in two editions. Yorke, however, is the only player to score for two different clubs: one goal for Manchester United (ENG) in 2000 and one goal for Sydney FC (AUS) in 2005. Flavio’s two goals were for Al Ahly (EGY), one in 2006 and one in 2008. Mbenza Bedi scored one goal for TP Mazembe Englebert (COD) in 2009 and the second, for the same club, in 2010.

    6. Hadi Aghily from Sepahan (IRN) scored two own goals in the 2007 edition.

    7. To date, Brazilian goalkeeper Dida is the only player to have won the tournament twice, with two different teams (Corinthians, BRA in 2000, AC Milan, ITA in 2007).

    8. Filippo Inzaghi, ITA is the only player to scored brace in a FIFA Club World Cup final. In 2007 he scored two goals for AC Milan, ITA against Boca Juniors, ARG.

    9. FC Internazionale Milano’s Jonathan Biabiany’s goal in last year’s final against TP Mazembe Englebert (COD) was the 175th in the history of the FIFA Club World Cup. There is a strong possibility that the 200th could be achieved this year as 27 goals were scored in total in the 2010 tournament and 25 in 2009.

    10. The adidas Golden Boot was presented once in 2000 and has not been awarded since. The adidas Golden Ball and the FIFA Fair Play Award, however, have been presented since the tournament’s inception in 2000.

    11. The first six Finals were all between teams from South America or Europe, but that run ended in 2010 when TP Mazembe Englebert (COD) played FC Internazionale Milano (ITA), thereby becoming the first African team to reach the Final of the FIFA Club World Cup.

    12. Newcomer Al-Sadd Club is the first club to represent Qatar in the tournament. To date a total of 20 different countries have had representative clubs in the FIFA Club World Cup. Brazil and Mexico both have had the most clubs to compete, with four each.

    Laws of the Game: http://www.fifa.com/mm/document/affederation/generic/81/42/36/lawsofthegame_2011_12_en.pdf

    http://www.fifa.com/mm/document/affederation/generic/81/42/36/lawsofthegame_2011_12_en.pdf

  • Communications & Public Affairs Division FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2011 presented by TOYOTA 4 Last update: 5.12.2011

    Competition 2011

    Participating clubs

    Club Confederation Winner

    Al-Sadd Club (QAT) Newcomer AFC Champions League

    Kashiwa Reysol (JPN) Newcomer AFC J-League – automatically qualified

    Esperance Sportive de Tunis (TUN) Newcomer CAF Champions League

    Club de Futbol Monterrey (MEX) Newcomer CONCACAF Champions League

    Santos (BRA) Newcomer CONMEBOL Copa Libertadores

    Auckland City FC (NZL) OFC Champions League

    FC Barcelona (ESP) UEFA Champions League

    FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2011 coaches

    Jorge FOSSATI

    (URU) NELSINHO (BRA) Nabil MAALOUL

    (TUN) Victor VUCETICH

    (MEX) Muricy RAMALHO

    (BRA) Ramon

    TRIBULIETX (ESP) Pep GUARDIOLA

    (ESP)

    Al-Sadd Club (QAT)

    Kashiwa Reysol (JPN)

    Esperance Sportive de Tunis (TUN)

    Club de Futbol Monterrey (MEX)

    Santos (BRA)

    Auckland City FC (NZL)

    FC Barcelona (ESP)

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    Participating Club Profiles

    Al-Sadd Club (QAT)

    Coach Jorge FOSSATI (URU)

    Confederation AFC

    Winner of Champions League

    Previous FCWC participations Newcomer

    FCWC best achievement Newcomer

    Domestic honours 12 x Qatari League Champion 13 x Emir of Qatar Cup 5 x Qatar Crown Prince Cup

    International honours 2x AFC Champions League

    2011 Champions League record 14 MP: 7W- 5D – 2 L

    Best goalscorer 2011 Champions League Abdul Kader KEITA (CIV): 5 goals

    Year of foundation 1969

    Auckland City FC (NZL)

    Coach Ramon TRIBULIETX (ESP)

    Confederation OFC

    Winner of Champions League

    Previous FCWC participations 2: 2006; 2009

    FCWC best achievement Rank 5: 2009

    Domestic honours 4x Championship play-offs 3x Premiership regular season

    International honours 3x OFC Champions League

    2011 Champions League record 8 MP: 6W – 2D – 0L

    Best goalscorer 2011 Champions League Danijel KOPRIVCIC (NZL): 4 goals

    Year of foundation 2004

    Club de Futbol Monterrey (MEX)

    Coach Victor VUCETICH (MEX)

    Confederation CONCACAF

    Winner of Champions League

    Previous FCWC participations Newcomer

    FCWC best achievement Newcomer

    Domestic honours 4x Primera División 1x Copa México 1x Inter Liga

    International honours 1x CONCACAF Cup Winner’s Cup 1x CONCACAF Champions League

    2011 Champions League record 12 MP: 9 W – 3 D – 0 L

    Best goalscorer 2011 Champions League Aldo DE NIGRIS (MEX): 5 goals

    Year of foundation 1945

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    Esperance Sportive de Tunis (TUN)

    Coach Nabil MAALOUL (TUN)

    Confederation CAF

    Winner of Champions League

    Previous FCWC participations Newcomer

    FCWC best achievement Newcomer

    Domestic honours 24x Tunisian League 14x Tunisian President Cup 2x Tunisian Super-Cup

    International honours

    1x Afro-Asian Club Championship 2x CAF Champions League 1x CAF Cup Winner’s Cup 1x CAF Cup 1x CAF Super-Cup

    2011 Champions League record 14 MP: 8 W - 5 D – 1 L

    Best goalscorer 2011 Champions League Youssef MSAKNI (TUN): 5 goals

    Year of foundation 1919

    FC Barcelona (ESP)

    Coach Pep GUARDIOLA (ESP)

    Confederation UEFA

    Winner of Champions League

    Previous FCWC participations 2: 2006; 2009

    FCWC best achievement Winner 2009

    Domestic honours

    21x Spanish Championship 25x Copa del Rey 2x Copa de la Liga 13x Supercopa

    International honours

    4x UEFA Champions League 4x UEFA Cup Winner’s Cup 4x UEFA Super Cup 1x FIFA Club World Cup

    2011 Champions League record 13 MP: 9 W – 3 D – 1 L

    Best goalscorer 2011 Champions League Lionel MESSI (ARG): 12 goals

    Year of foundation 1899

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    Kashiwa Reysol (JPN)

    Coach NELSINHO (BRA)

    Confederation AFC

    Winner of