|Real Madrid||Kashima Antlers||2016|
|Real Madrid||San Lorenzo||2014|
|FC Bayern||Raja Casablanca||2013|
|Man Utd||LDU Quito||2008|
|AC Milan||Boca Juniors||2007|
|Corinthians||Vasco Da Gama||2000|
The Club World Cup is an international club football tournament organised by the sport’s governing body, FIFA. The participants are the tournament host’s national champion, winners of the Asian AFC Champions League, African CAF Champions League, North American CONCACAF Champions League, Oceanian OCF Champions League, South American Copa Libertadores, and UEFA Champions League. The tournament was first held in 2000 in Brazil. Due to a host of factors, the Club World Cup didn’t happen for four years from 2001 to 2004, before returning in 2005. Real Madrid and Barcelona are the joint-most successful teams in the competition’s history with three title wins each. Brazilian club Corinthians are the second-most successful team with two wins.