FIFA remembers “the only non-european club winning more than one club's world cup”

Timão won the competition in two different occasions: back in 2000, in Brazil, and in 2012, in Japan

11/22/2018 18h14 Corinthians by Dugout



This Thursday (the 22nd) FIFA recalled Corinthian’s history in FIFA Club World Cup for being the only non-European club winning the competition more than once. FIFA celebrated this special achievement in their official accounts.

FIFA official website published a video report called “When Corinthians were global kings” with details about 2012’ campaign when “Alvinegro” became two-time champion. In this report, FIFA highlighted the fact the club broken a 5-year supremacy from European clubs in this competition, besides the fact Timão was the first club winning it, back in 2000.

The report shows images of Paolo Guerrero’ goal who gave the victory over the English team, along with the celebration in Yokohama pitch and interviews with manager Tite and Emerson Sheik.

Adding to all the material in their official website, FIFA accounts on Twitter (@Fifacom) and Facebook (@fifaclubworldcup) rebound the 2012 Timão’s historical conquer.