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Toyota Intercontinental Cup

The World Club Championship contested by the winners of the European Cup and South America's Copa Libertadores.
Year Champion Runner-up Score
1999 Manchester United (England) Palmeiras (Brazil) 1-0
1998 Real Madrid (Spain) Vasco da Gama (Brazil) 2-1
1997 Borussia Dortmund (Germany) Cruzeiro EC (Brazil) 0-0
1996 Juventus (Italy) River Plate (Argentina) 1-0
1995 Ajax Amsterdam (Holland) Gremio (Brazil) 0-0
1994 Velez Sarsfield (Argentina) AC Milan (Italy) 2-0
1993 Sao Paulo (Brazil) AC Milan (Italy) 3-2
1992 Sao Paulo (Brazil) Barcelona (Spain) 2-1
1991 Red Star (Yugoslavia) Colo Colo (Chile) 3-0
1990 AC Milan (Italy) Olimpia (Paraguay) 3-0
1989 AC Milan (Italy) Nacional Medellin (Colombia) 1-0 (OT)
1988 Nacional (Uruguay) PSV Eindhoven (Holland) 2-2 (PK)
1987 FC Porto (Portugal) Penarol (Uruguay) 2-1 (OT)
1986 River Plate (Argentina) Steaua Bucharest (Romania) 1-0
1985 Juventus (Italy) Argentinos Jrs. (Argentina) 2-2 (PK)
1984 Independiente (Argentina) Liverpool (England) 1-0
1983 Gremio (Brazil) SV Hamburg (West Germany) 2-1
1982 Penarol (Uruguay) Aston Villa (England) 2-0
1981 Flamengo (Brazil) Liverpool (England) 3-0
1980 Nacional (Uruguay) Nottingham Forest (England) 1-0
1979 Olimpia (Paraguay) Malmoe (Sweden) 1-0
2-1
1978 not held
1977 Boca Juniors (Argentina) Borussia Moenchengladbach
(West Germany)
2-2
3-0
1976 Bayern Munich (West Germany) Cruzeiro (Brazil) 2-0
0-0
1975 not held
1974 Atletico Madrid (Spain) Independiente (Argentina) 0-1
2-0
1973 Independiente (Argentina) Juventus (Italy) 1-0
1972 Ajax Amsterdam (Holland) Independiente (Argentina) 1-1
3-0
1971 Nacional (Uruguay) Panathinaikos (Greece) 1-1
2-1
1970 Feyenoord (Holland) Estudiantes de la Plata (Argentina) 2-2
1-0
1969 AC Milan (Italy) Estudiantes (Argentina) 3-0
1-2
1968 Estudiantes (Argentina) Manchester (England) 1-0
1-1
1967 Racing Club (Argentina) Glasgow Celtic (Scotland) 0-1
2-1
1-0
1966 Penarol (Uruguay) Real Madrid (Spain) 2-0
2-0
1965 Inter-Milan (Italy) Independiente (Argentina) 3-0
0-0
1964 Inter-Milan (Italy) Independiente (Argentina) 0-1
2-0
1-0 (OT)
1963 Santos (Brazil) AC Milan (Italy) 2-4
4-2
1-0
1962 Santos (Brazil) Benfica (Portugal) 2-3
5-2
1961 Penarol (Uruguay) Benfica (Portugal) 0-1
5-0
2-1
1960 Real Madrid (Spain) Penarol (Uruguay) 0-0
5-1

Four teams that won the European Cup - 1971 Ajax Amsterdam (Holland), 1973 Ajax Amsterdam, 1975 Bayern Munich (West Germany), and 1979 Nottingham Forest (England) - refused to play in the Cup. They were replaced with the European Cup runners-up for the Toyota Cup. In 1979, the European Cup champion - Marseille (France) was prohibited from playing due to their involvement in a match-rigging scandal.

Toyota became the Cup sponsor in 1980 and the one-game championship format moved its venue to Tokyo.

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