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This is a list of records of the FIFA Confederations Cup.

General statistics by tournament

Year Hosts Champions Winning coach Top scorer(s) (goals) Best player award[1][2]
1992  Saudi Arabia  Argentina Argentina Alfio Basile Argentina Gabriel Batistuta (2)
United States Bruce Murray (2)
Argentina Fernando Redondo
1995  Saudi Arabia  Denmark Denmark Richard Møller Nielsen Mexico Luis García (3) Denmark Brian Laudrup
1997  Saudi Arabia  Brazil Brazil Mário Zagallo Brazil Romário (7) Brazil Denílson
1999  Mexico  Mexico Mexico Manuel Lapuente Brazil Ronaldinho (6)
Mexico Cuauhtémoc Blanco (6)
Saudi Arabia Marzouk Al-Otaibi (6)
Brazil Ronaldinho
2001  South Korea
 Japan
 France France Roger Lemerre Australia Shaun Murphy (2)
France Eric Carrière (2)
France Robert Pires (2)
France Patrick Vieira (2)
France Sylvain Wiltord (2)
Japan Takayuki Suzuki (2)
South Korea Hwang Sun-hong (2)
France Robert Pires
2003  France  France France Jacques Santini France Thierry Henry (4) France Thierry Henry
2005  Germany  Brazil Brazil Carlos Alberto Parreira Brazil Adriano (5) Brazil Adriano
2009  South Africa  Brazil Brazil Dunga Brazil Luís Fabiano (5) Brazil Kaká
2013  Brazil  Brazil Brazil Luiz Felipe Scolari Brazil Fred (5)
Spain Fernando Torres (5)
Brazil Neymar
2017  Russia  Germany Germany Joachim Löw Germany Leon Goretzka (3)
Germany Lars Stindl (3)
Germany Timo Werner (3)
Germany Julian Draxler

Team tournament position

Most FIFA Confederations Cup won

Team #
 Brazil (1997, 2005, 2009, 2013) 4
 France (2001, 2003) 2
 Argentina (1992)
 Denmark (1995)
 Mexico (1999)
 Germany (2017)
1

Most FIFA Confederations Cup Finals

Team #
 Brazil (1997, 1999, 2005, 2009, 2013) 5
 Argentina (1992, 1995, 2005) 3
 France (2001, 2003) 2
 Saudi Arabia (1992)
 Denmark (1995)
 Australia (1997)
 Mexico (1999)
 Japan (2001)
 Cameroon (2003)
 United States (2009)
 Spain (2013)
 Chile (2017)
 Germany (2017)
1
Most finishes in the top three
5,  Brazil (1997, 1999, 2005, 2009, 2013)
Most finishes in the top four
6,  Brazil (1997, 1999, 2001, 2005, 2009, 2013)
Most Confederations Cup appearances
7,  Brazil (1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2009, 2013);  Mexico (1995, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2005, 2013, 2017)

Consecutive

Most consecutive championships
3,  Brazil (2005–2013)
Most consecutive finishes in the top two
3,  Brazil (2005–2013)
Most consecutive finishes in the top four
3,  Brazil (1997–2001), (2005-2013)
Most consecutive finals tournaments
7,  Brazil (1997–2013)
Most consecutive championships by a confederation
3, CONMEBOL (2005–2013)

Gaps

Longest gap between successive titles
8 years,  Brazil (1997–2005)
Longest gap between successive appearances in the top two
10 years,  Argentina (1995–2005)
Longest gap between successive appearances in the top four
16 years,  Uruguay (1997–2013)
Longest gap between successive appearances in the Finals
18 years,  Nigeria (1995–2013)

Host team

Best finish by host team
Champion,  Mexico (1999),  France (2003),  Brazil (2013)
Worst finish by host team
Group Stage,  Saudi Arabia (1995, 1997),  South Korea (2001),  Russia (2017)

Defending champion

Best finish by defending champion
Champion,  France (2003),  Brazil (2009, 2013)

Debuting teams

Best finish by a debuting team
Champion,  Argentina (1992),  Denmark (1995),  Brazil (1997),  France (2001)

Other

Most finishes in the top two without ever being champion
1,  Saudi Arabia (1992),  Australia (1997),  Japan (2001),  Cameroon (2003),  United States (2009),  Spain (2013),  Chile (2017)
Most finishes in the top four without ever being champion
3,  United States (1992, 1999, 2009)
Most appearances in Finals without ever being champion
5,  Japan (1995, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2013)
Most finishes in the top four without ever finishing in the top two
2,  Uruguay (1997, 2013)
Most appearances in Finals without ever finishing in the top two
4,  New Zealand (1999, 2003, 2009, 2017)
Most appearances in Finals without ever finishing in the top four
4,  New Zealand (1999, 2003, 2009, 2017)

Matches played/goals scored

All-time

Most matches played
33,  Brazil
Fewest matches played
2,  Ivory Coast
Most wins
23,  Brazil
Most losses
11,  New Zealand
Most draws
6,  Mexico
Most matches played without a win or a draw
3,  Tahiti
Most matches played without a win
12,  New Zealand
Most matches played until first win
4,  Egypt,  South Africa
Most matches played until first draw
9,  United States,  Uruguay
Most matches played until first loss
9,  Brazil
Most goals scored
78,  Brazil
Most hat-tricks scored
3,  Brazil,  Spain
Most goals conceded
33,  Mexico
Most hat-tricks conceded
4,  Tahiti
Fewest goals scored
0,  Canada,  Greece,  Iraq
Fewest goals conceded
1,  Denmark,  Iraq
Most matches played always without scoring a goal
3,  Canada,  Greece,  Iraq
Most matches played always conceding a goal
5,  Turkey
Highest goal difference
+50,  Brazil
Lowest goal difference
–23,  Tahiti
Highest average of goals scored per match
2.60,  Spain
Lowest average of goals scored per match
0.00,  Canada,  Greece,  Iraq
Highest average of goals conceded per match
8.00,  Tahiti
Lowest average of goals conceded per match
0.33,  Denmark,  Iraq (1 goal in 3 matches)
Most meetings between two teams
4 times,  Brazil vs  Mexico (1997, 1999, 2005, 2013);  Brazil vs  United States (1999, 2003, 2009 (twice))
Most tournaments unbeaten
3,  Brazil (1997, 2009, 2013)
Most tournaments eliminated without having lost a match
2,  Mexico (1995, 2005[3])
Most tournaments eliminated without having won a match
4,  New Zealand (1999, 2003, 2009, 2017)
Most played with tournament champion
6,  Mexico (1995, 1997, 2001, 2005, 2013, 2017)

In one tournament

Most wins
5,  France (2003, out of 5),  Brazil (2009, out of 5; 2013, out of 5)
Fewest wins, champions (since 1995)
3,  Brazil (2005, out of 5)
Most matches not won, champions
2,  Brazil (2005, out of 5)
Most wins by non-champion
4,  Brazil (1999, out of 5),  Spain (2009, out of 5)
Most matches not won
4,  Saudi Arabia (1999, out of 5),  Brazil (2001, out of 5),  South Africa (2009, out of 5),  Chile (2017, out of 5)
Most losses
3,  New Zealand (1999, out of 3; 2003, out of 3; 2017, out of 3),  Saudi Arabia (1999, out of 5),  Mexico (2001, out of 3),  Colombia (2003, out of 5),  Australia (2005, out of 3),  South Africa (2009, out of 5),  United States (2009, out of 5),  Japan (2013, out of 3),  Tahiti (2013, out of 3)
Most losses, champions
1,  France (2001),  Brazil (2005)
All matches won without extra time, replays, penalty shootouts or playoffs
 Argentina, 1992 (2 matches);  Brazil, 2009 (5 matches);  Brazil, 2013 (5 matches)
Most goals scored
18,  Brazil (1999)
Fewest goals conceded
1,  Argentina (1992),  Denmark (1995),  Nigeria (1995),  Japan (2001),  Cameroon (2003),  Iraq (2009)
Most goals conceded
24,  Tahiti (2013)
Highest goal difference
+12,  Brazil (1997, 1999)
Highest goal difference, champions
+12,  Brazil (1997)
Lowest goal difference
-23,  Tahiti (2013)
Lowest goal difference, champions
+4,  Denmark (1995)
Highest average of goals scored per match
3.60,  Brazil (1999)
Most goals scored, champions
14,  Brazil (1997, 2009, 2013)
Most goals scored, hosts
15,  Germany (2005)
Fewest goals scored, champions
5,  Denmark (1995)
Fewest goals scored, hosts
0,  Saudi Arabia (1995)
Fewest goals conceded, champions
1,  Argentina (1992),  Denmark (1995)
Fewest goals conceded, hosts
1,  Japan (2001)
Most goals conceded, champions
6,  Mexico (1999),  Brazil (2005)
Most goals conceded, hosts
11,  Germany (2005)
Lowest average of goals scored per match, champions
1.67,  Denmark (1995)
Most wins against Confederations Cup champions
[4] 2,  France, 2001;  Australia, 2001

Streaks

Most consecutive wins
12,  Brazil, from 3–2 Germany (2005) to 3–0 Spain (2013)
Most consecutive matches without a loss
13,  Brazil, from 2–2 Japan (2005) to 3–0 Spain (2013)
Most consecutive losses
8,  New Zealand, from 1–2 United States (1999) to 0–2 South Africa (2009)
Most consecutive matches without a win
12,  New Zealand, from 1–2 United States (1999) to 0–4 Portugal (2017)
Most consecutive matches without a draw
12,  Brazil, from 3–2 Germany (2005) to 3–0 Spain (2013)
Most consecutive matches scoring at least one goal
13,  Brazil, from 2–2 Japan (2005) to 3–0 Spain (2013)
Most consecutive matches scoring at least two goals
6,  Brazil, from 2–2 Japan (2005) to 3–0 Italy (2009), from 3–2 United States (2009) to 3–0 Spain (2013),  Germany, from 4–3 Australia (2005) to 3–2 Australia (2017)
Most consecutive matches scoring at least three goals
5,  Brazil, from 3–2 Germany (2005) to 3–0 Italy (2009)
Most consecutive matches without scoring a goal
5,  New Zealand, from 0–5 France (2003) to 0–0 Russia (2017)
Most consecutive matches without conceding a goal (clean sheets)
5,  Brazil, from 2–0 Czech Republic (1997) to 2–0 New Zealand (1999),  Cameroon, from 2–0 Canada (2001) to 1–0 Colombia (2003)
Most consecutive matches conceding at least one goal
8,  New Zealand, from 1–2 United States (1999) to 0–2 South Africa (2009)
Most consecutive matches conceding at least two goals
8,  New Zealand, from 1–2 United States (1999) to 0–2 South Africa (2009)
Most consecutive matches conceding at least three goals
4,  New Zealand, from 0–3 Japan (2003) to 0–5 Spain (2009)

Penalty shootouts

Most shootouts, team, all-time
3,  Mexico
Most shootouts, team, tournament
2,  Mexico, 1995;  Italy, 2013
Most shootouts, all teams, tournament
2, 1995, 2013
Most wins, team, all-time
1,  Denmark,  Mexico,  Argentina,  Spain,  Italy,  Chile
Most losses, team, all-time
2,  Mexico
Most shootouts with 100% record (all won)
1,  Denmark,  Argentina,  Spain,  Chile
Most shootouts with 0% record (all lost)
1,  Nigeria,  Uruguay,  Portugal
Most successful kicks, shootout, one team
7 (out of 7),  Spain, vs Italy, 2013
Most successful kicks, shootout, both teams
13 (out of 14),  Spain (7) vs  Italy (6), 2013
Most successful kicks, team, all-time
12 (out of 15),  Mexico
Most successful kicks, team, tournament
9,  Italy, 2013 (in 2 shootouts)
Most successful kicks, all teams, tournament
18, 2013 (in 2 shootouts)
Most successful kicks, player
2, Claudio Suárez ( Mexico, 1995); Alberto Aquilani ( Italy, 2013)
Most kicks taken, shootout, both teams
14,  Spain (7) vs  Italy (7), 2013
Most kicks taken, team, all-time
15,  Mexico (in 3 shootouts)
Most kicks taken, team, tournament
11,  Italy, 2013 (in 2 shootouts)
Most kicks taken, all teams, tournament
23, 2013 (in 2 shootouts)
Most kicks missed, shootout, one team
3,  Uruguay, vs Italy, 2013;  Portugal, vs Chile, 2017
Most kicks missed, shootout, both teams
4,  Uruguay (3) vs  Italy (1), 2013
Most kicks missed, team, all-time
3,  Mexico (in 2 shootouts);  Uruguay (in 1 shootout);  Portugal (in 1 shootout)
Most kicks missed, team, tournament
3,  Uruguay, 2013 (in 1 shootout);  Portugal, 2017 (in 1 shootout)
Most kicks missed, all teams, tournament
5, 2013 (in 2 shootouts)
Fewest successful kicks, shootout, one team
0,  Portugal, vs Chile, 2017
Fewest successful kicks, shootout, both teams
3,  Portugal (0) vs  Chile (3), 2013
Most saves, all-time
3, Gianluigi Buffon ( Italy, 2013); Claudio Bravo ( Chile, 2017)
Most saves, tournament
3, Gianluigi Buffon ( Italy, 2013); Claudio Bravo ( Chile, 2017)
Most saves, shootout
3, Gianluigi Buffon ( Italy), vs Uruguay, 2013; Claudio Bravo ( Chile), vs Portugal, 2017

Goalscoring

Individual

Most goals scored in Finals competition
9, Cuauhtémoc Blanco ( Mexico, 1997, 1999), Ronaldinho ( Brazil, 1999, 2005)
Top goal scorer in single tournament
7, Romário of  Brazil in 1997
Most goals scored in a Finals match
4, on four occasions, as follows:
Cuauhtémoc Blanco ( Mexico, 5–1 vs  Saudi Arabia, 1999)
Marzouk Al-Otaibi ( Saudi Arabia, 5–1 vs  Egypt, 1999)
Fernando Torres ( Spain, 10–0 vs  Tahiti, 2013)
Abel Hernández ( Uruguay, 8–0 vs  Tahiti, 2013)
Most goals scored in a final
3, on two occasions, as follows:
Ronaldo ( Brazil, 6–0 vs  Australia, 1997)
Romário ( Brazil, 6–0 vs  Australia, 1997)
Most matches with at least one goal
7, Ronaldinho ( Brazil, 1999–2005)
Most consecutive matches with at least one goal
4, Ronaldinho ( Brazil, 1999)
Most matches with at least two goals
2, Gabriel Batistuta ( Argentina, 1992 & 1995); Vladimír Šmicer ( Czech Republic, 1997); Romário ( Brazil, 1997); Cuauhtémoc Blanco ( Mexico, 1997 & 1999); Marzouk Al-Otaibi ( Saudi Arabia, 1999); Alex ( Brazil, 1999); John Aloisi ( Australia, 2005); Luís Fabiano ( Brazil, 2009); Fernando Torres ( Spain, 2009 & 2013); Fred ( Brazil, 2013)
Most consecutive matches with at least two goals
2, Marzouk Al-Otaibi ( Saudi Arabia, 1999); John Aloisi ( Australia, 2005)
Most hat-tricks
2, Fernando Torres ( Spain, 2009 & 2013)
Fastest hat-trick
11 minutes, Fernando Torres ( Spain vs  New Zealand, 2009)
Most goals scored by a substitute in a Finals match
2, on five occasions, as follows:
Alex ( Brazil vs  Germany, 1999)
Giuseppe Rossi ( Italy vs  United States, 2009)
Daniel Güiza ( Spain vs  South Africa, 2009)
Katlego Mphela ( South Africa vs  Spain, 2009)
Luis Suárez ( Uruguay vs  Tahiti, 2013)
First goalscorer
Fahad Al-Bishi ( Saudi Arabia), vs United States, 15 October 1992
Youngest goalscorer
19 years and 10 days, Marcelo Zalayeta ( Uruguay vs  Czech Republic, 1997)
Youngest hat-trick scorer
19 years and 132 days, Ronaldinho ( Brazil vs  Saudi Arabia, 1999)
Youngest goalscorer, final
21 years and 94 days, Ronaldo ( Brazil vs  Australia, 1997)
Oldest goalscorer
38 years and 129 days, Lothar Matthäus ( Germany vs  New Zealand, 1999)
Oldest hat-trick scorer
32 years and 137 days, David Villa ( Spain vs  Tahiti, 2013)
Oldest goalscorer, final
31 years, 326 days, Romário ( Brazil vs  Australia, 1997)
Most penalties scored (excluding penalty shoot-outs)
3, Michael Ballack ( Germany, three in 2005)
Fastest goal
75 seconds, Abel Hernández ( Uruguay vs  Tahiti, 2013)
Fastest penalty kick converted
8th minute, Michael Laudrup ( Denmark vs  Argentina, 1995)
Fastest goal by a substitute
1 minute, Mike Hanke ( Germany vs  Tunisia, 2005); Giuseppe Rossi ( Italy vs  United States, 2009)
Fastest goal in a final
91 seconds, Fred ( Brazil vs  Spain, 2013)
Latest goal from kickoff
110th minute, Luciano Figueroa ( Argentina vs  Mexico, 2005)
Latest goal from kickoff in a final
97th minute, Thierry Henry ( France vs  Cameroon 2003)
Latest goal from kickoff, with no goals scored in between
104th minute, Carlos Salcido ( Mexico vs  Argentina, 2005)

Team

Biggest margin of victory
10,  Spain (10) vs  Tahiti (0), 2013
Most goals scored in a match, one team
10,  Spain, vs  Tahiti, 2013
Most goals scored in a match, both teams
10,  Brazil (8) vs  Saudi Arabia (2), 1999
 Spain (10) vs  Tahiti (0), 2013
Largest deficit overcome in a win
2 goals,  Brazil, 2009 (coming from 0–2 down to win 3–2 vs  United States)
 Italy, 2013 (coming from 0–2 down to win 4–3 vs  Japan)
Largest deficit overcome in a draw
2 goals,  Egypt, 1999 (coming from 0–2 down to draw 2–2 vs  Mexico)
Most goals scored in extra time, both teams
2,  Mexico (1) vs  Argentina (1), 2005
Most goals scored in a final, one team
6,  Brazil, vs Australia, 1997
Most goals scored in a final, both teams
7,  Mexico (4) vs  Brazil (3), 1999
Fewest goals scored in a final, both teams
1,  Japan (0) vs  France (1), 2001
 Cameroon (0) vs  France (1), 2003
 Chile (0) vs  Germany (1), 2017
Biggest margin of victory in a final
6,  Brazil (6) vs  Australia (0), 1997
Largest deficit overcome in a win in a final
2 goals,  Brazil, 2009 (coming from 0–2 down to win 3–2 vs  United States)
Most individual goalscorers for one team, one match
5,  Brazil vs  Saudi Arabia, 1999 (João Carlos, Ronaldinho, Zé Roberto, Alex, Rôni)
 France vs  South Korea, 2001 (Steve Marlet, Patrick Vieira, Nicolas Anelka, Youri Djorkaeff, Sylvain Wiltord)
 France vs  New Zealand, 2003 (Olivier Kapo, Thierry Henry, Djibril Cissé, Ludovic Giuly, Robert Pires)
Most individual goalscorers for one team, one tournament
8,  France, 2001 (Steve Marlet, Patrick Vieira, Nicolas Anelka, Youri Djorkaeff, Sylvain Wiltord, Eric Carrière, Robert Pires, Marcel Desailly)
 Germany, 2005 (Kevin Kurányi, Per Mertesacker, Michael Ballack, Lukas Podolski, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Mike Hanke, Gerald Asamoah, Robert Huth)
 Brazil, 2009 (Kaká, Luís Fabiano, Juan, Felipe Melo, Robinho, Maicon, Dani Alves, Lúcio)
 Italy, 2013 (Andrea Pirlo, Mario Balotelli, Daniele De Rossi, Sebastian Giovinco, Emanuele Giaccherini, Giorgio Chiellini, Davide Astori, Alessandro Diamanti)
 Portugal, 2017 (Ricardo Quaresma, Cédric, Cristiano Ronaldo, Bernardo Silva, André Silva, Nani, Pepe, Adrien Silva)

Own goals

Mohamed Obaid Al-Zahiri ( United Arab Emirates), vs Czech Republic, 1997
Andrea Dossena ( Italy), vs Brazil, 2009
Nicolas Vallar ( Tahiti), vs Nigeria, 2013
Jonathan Tehau ( Tahiti), vs Nigeria, 2013
Atsuto Uchida ( Japan), vs Italy, 2013
Michael Boxall ( New Zealand), vs Russia, 2017
Luís Neto ( Portugal), vs Mexico, 2017

Top scoring teams by tournament

Teams listed in bold won the tournament.

Coach

Foreign coach won

None

Most champion

All won one each

Won tournament both as player and as coach

Dunga,  Brazil (1997 as player, 2009 as coach)

Discipline

Fastest sending off
24th minute, Mark Viduka,  Australia vs  Brazil, 1997
Latest sending off
112th minute, Raúl Jiménez,  Mexico vs  Portugal, 2017
Most sendings off (tournament)
6 (in 16 matches), 1999
Most sendings off (all-time, team)
5,  Egypt,  United States

Awards

Golden Ball

The Golden Ball was awarded to the best player of the tournament. A Silver Ball and Bronze Ball were also awarded to the second and third best players of the tournament, respectively.

Tournament Golden Ball Silver Ball Bronze Ball
1992 Saudi Arabia Argentina Fernando Redondo
1995 Saudi Arabia Denmark Brian Laudrup
1997 Saudi Arabia Brazil Denílson Brazil Romário Czech Republic Vladimír Šmicer
1999 Mexico Brazil Ronaldinho Mexico Cuauhtémoc Blanco Saudi Arabia Marzouk Al-Otaibi
2001 South Korea/Japan France Robert Pires France Patrick Vieira Japan Hidetoshi Nakata
2003 France France Thierry Henry Turkey Tuncay Cameroon Marc-Vivien Foé
2005 Germany Brazil Adriano Argentina Riquelme Brazil Ronaldinho
2009 South Africa Brazil Kaká Brazil Luís Fabiano United States Clint Dempsey
2013 Brazil Brazil Neymar Spain Andrés Iniesta Brazil Paulinho
2017 Russia Germany Julian Draxler Chile Alexis Sánchez Germany Leon Goretzka

[5]

Golden Boot

The Golden Boot was awarded to the top scorer of the tournament. If more than one players were equal by same goals, the players were selected based by the most assists during the tournament.

Tournament Golden Boot Goals
1992 Saudi Arabia Argentina Gabriel Batistuta 2
1995 Saudi Arabia Mexico Luis García 3
1997 Saudi Arabia Brazil Romário 7
1999 Mexico Brazil Ronaldinho 6
2001 South Korea/Japan France Robert Pires 2
2003 France France Thierry Henry 4
2005 Germany Brazil Adriano 5
2009 South Africa Brazil Luís Fabiano 5
2013 Brazil Spain Fernando Torres 5
2017 Russia Germany Timo Werner 3

Golden Glove

The Golden Glove was awarded to the best goalkeeper of the tournament.

Tournament Golden Glove
2005 Germany Mexico Oswaldo Sánchez
2009 South Africa United States Tim Howard
2013 Brazil Brazil Júlio César
2017 Russia Chile Claudio Bravo

Man of the Match Award

The Man of the Match award was awarded to the most valuable player of every match in the tournament. It was first awarded in the 2009 edition, in South Africa.

FIFA Fair Play Award

FIFA Fair Play Award was given to the team (or teams) who had the best fair play record during the tournament with the criteria set by FIFA Fair Play Committee.

Tournament FIFA Fair Play Award
1997 Saudi Arabia  South Africa
1999 Mexico  Brazil
 New Zealand
2001 South Korea/Japan  Japan
2003 France  Japan
2005 Germany  Greece
2009 South Africa  Brazil
2013 Brazil  Spain
2017 Russia  Germany

Attendance

See also: List of sports attendance figures

Year & host Total attendance # matches Avg attendance
Saudi Arabia 1992 169,500 4 42,375
Saudi Arabia 1995 165,000 8 20,625
Saudi Arabia 1997 333,500 16 20,844
Mexico 1999 970,000 16 60,625
South Korea Japan 2001 557,191 16 34,824
France 2003 491,700 16 30,731
Germany 2005 603,106 16 37,694
South Africa 2009 584,894 16 36,556
Brazil 2013 804,659 16 50,291
Russia 2017 628,304 16 39,269

See also

References

  1. ^ FIFA Confederations Cup - Previous Tournaments, FIFA.com. Retrieved 2014-07-25.
  2. ^ FIFA Confederations Cup Awards, rsssf.com
  3. ^ Mexico did lose the third-place playoff in 2005, but had already been eliminated from any chance of winning the Championship.
  4. ^ In 2001,  France defeated Mexico during the group stage and Brazil in the semi-final. In 2001,  Australia defeated Mexico during the group stage and Brazil in the third place play-off.
  5. ^ "FIFA Awards".