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FIFA Confederations Cup 1992 to 2017

The FIFA Confederations Cup is an football tournament for national teams, currently held every four years by FIFA. It is contested by the winners of each of the six FIFA confederation championships (UEFA, CONMEBOL, CONCACAF, CAF, AFC, OFC), along with the FIFA World Cup winner and the host nation, to bring the number of teams up to eight. The tournament was originally organised by and held in Saudi Arabia and called the King Fahd Cup and was contested in 1992 and 1995 by the Saudi national side and various continental champions. The 2021 was meant to be held in Qatar, the venue of the 2022 FIFA world cup. However the tournament was abolished due to concerns over Qatar’s high temperatures during the summer period.

YEARHOSTSWINNERSCORERUNNER-UPTHIRDSCOREFOURTH
1992*

Saudi Arabia football

Saudi Arabia

Argentina Football

Argentina3 – 1

Saudi Arabia football

Saudi Arabia

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United States5 – 2

Ivory Coast Football

Côte d'Ivoire
1995*

Saudi Arabia football

Saudi Arabia

Denmark Football

Denmark2 – 0

Argentina Football

Argentina

Mexico Football

Mexico1-1 (5-4 pens)

Nigeria Football

Nigeria
1997

Saudi Arabia football

Saudi Arabia

Brazil Football

Brazil6 – 0

Australia Football

Australia

Czech Football

Czech Republic1 – 0

Uruguay Football

Uruguay
1999

Mexico Football

Mexico

Mexico Football

Mexico4 – 3

Brazil Football

Brazil

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United States2 – 0

Saudi Arabia football

Saudi Arabia
2001

South Korea Football

South Korea

France Football

France1 – 0

Japan Football

Japan

Australia Football

Australia1 – 0

Brazil Football

Brazil

Japan Football

Japan
2003

France Football

France

France Football

France1 – 0 aet

Cameroon Football

Cameroon

Turkey Football

Turkey2 – 1

Colombia Football

Colombia
2005

Germany Football

Germany

Brazil Football

Brazil4 – 1

Argentina Football

Argentina

Germany Football

Germany4 – 3 aet

Mexico Football

Mexico
2009

South Africa Football

South Africa

Brazil Football

Brazil3 – 2

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United States

Spain Football

Spain3 – 2 aet

South Africa Football

South Africa
2013

Brazil Football

Brazil

Brazil Football

Brazil3 – 0

Spain Football

Spain

Italy Football

Italy2-2aet (p3-2)

Uruguay Football

Uruguay
2017

Russia Football

Russia

Germany Football

Germany1 – 0

Chile Football

Chile

Portugal Football

Portugal2 – 1 (aet)

Mexico Football

Mexico

Confederation Cup Finals 2017 Russia

Portugal football

Mexico Football

Russian Football

New Zealand Football

CountryPldWDLGFGAGDPts
Portugal32107257
Mexico32106427
Russia (H)31023303
New Zealand300318−70
DateTeam 1ScoreTeam 2Venue
17th June 2017Russia2 – 0New ZealandKrestovsky Stadium
18th June 2017Portugal2 – 2MexicoKazan Arena
21st June 2017Russia0 – 1PortugalFisht Olympic Stadium
21st June 2017Mexico2 – 1New ZealandFahad Al-Mirdasi
24th June 2017New Zealand0 – 4PortugalKrestovsky Stadium

Germany Football

Chile Football

Australian Football

Cameroon Football

CountryPldWDLGFGAGDPts
Germany32107437
Chile31204225
Australia302145−12
Cameroon301226−41
DateTeam 1ScoreTeam 2Venue
18th June 2017 Cameroon0 – 2 ChileOtkritie Arena
19th June 2017Australia2 – 3 GermanyFisht Olympic Stadium
22nd June 2017 Cameroon1 – 1AustraliaKrestovsky Stadium
22nd June 2017 Germany1 – 1 ChileKazan Arena
25th June 2017 Germany3 – 1 CameroonFisht Olympic Stadium
25th June 2017 Chile1 – 1AustraliaOtkritie Arena

Semi Finals
DateTeam 1ScoreTeam 2Venue

28th June 2017

Portugal Football

Portugal

0 – 3 (pen)

 

Chile Football

Chile

Kazan Arena

29th June 2017

Germany Football

Germany

4 – 1

 

Mexico Football

 

Mexico

Fisht Olympic Arena

Third Place Play-Off
DateTeam 1ScoreTeam 2Venue

2nd July 2017

 

Portugal Football

Portugal

2- 1 (aet)

 

Mexico Football

Mexico

Otkritie Arena
2013 FIFA Confederations Cup Final
DateTeam 1ScoreTeam 2Venue

2nd July 2017

Chile Football

Chile

0-1

Germany Football

Germany

Krestovsky Stadium

Confederation Cup 2013

 

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