2007 AC Milan 4-2 Boca Juniors
Brazilian playmaker Kaka inspired Italian giants AC Milan to a pulsating 4-2 win over Argentinean side Boca Juniors to win the World Club Cup in Yokohama, Japan. Kaka was also awarded the Golden Ball while teammate Clarence Seedorf was handed the Silver Ball. It was a significant win for the Rossoneri as they notched their 18th international title - making them the most successive club in the world. Milan's Flippo Inzaghi also scored twice in the final - his first goals of the tournament. Urawa Red Diamonds striker Washington took the top-scorer title with three goals for the J-League club.
2006 Internacional 1-0 Barcelona
Internacional shocked highly-fancied Barcelona with a late Adriano goal eight minutes from full-time. With the win in Japan, Inter became the only Brazilian team to win all international club competitions and only the second South American side to do so. The side from Porto Alegre also had a certain Alexandre Pato in their ranks. As for Barcelona, this competition remains the only one the Catalan side has yet to win in their illustrious history.
2005 Sao Paulo 1-0 Liverpool
English side Liverpool dominated the final against but Sao Paulo held on thanks to some wayward finishing and inspired goalkeeping. The Brazilian side contained the Reds well thanks to the heroics of goalkeeper Rogerio Ceni. Liverpool never look threatening enough to equalise after Mineiro scored just before the half-hour mark. Such was Liverpool's domination that the corner count was 17-0 in their favour. It was the Tricolor Paulista's first-ever win in this tournament while Liverpool finished runners-up for the third time in their history.
2004 FC Porto 0-0 CD Once Caldas (Porto win 8-7 on pen)
FC Porto beat Once Caldas to claim world club title FC Porto of Portugal has defeated Once Caldas of Colombia 8-7 in a penalty shootout to win the last edition of soccer's Intercontinental Cup in Yokohama. After the game was locked at 0-0 after extra-time, central defender Pedro Emanuel nettted the deciding penalty.
2003 Boca Juniors 1-1 AC Milan (Boca win 3-1 on pen)
Boca Juniors, coached by Carlos Bianchi, overcame Carlos Ancelotti's AC Milan 3-1 in a penalty shoot-out following a 1-1 draw. Midfielder Matías Donnet equalised for Boca after Jon Dahl Tomasson scored first for Milan. Donnet was later named Man of the Match in this final.
2002 Real Madrid 2-0 Olimpia Asuncion
Spanish giants Real Madrid won this title for the third time in their history with a comfortable 2-0 win over Paraguayan side Olimpia Asuncion. Goals from Brazilian star Ronaldo, who was later voted the man-of-the-match, and Real stalwart Guti sealed the win for Real. This encounter marked an special occasion for Olimpia and Real Madrid, as both teams celebrated their centenary in 2002.
2001 Bayern Munich 1-0 Boca Juniors
Ghana defender Samuel Kuffour was the hero for Bayern when he scored the winning goal during extra-time to win the German club their second international title. He was later given the man-of-the-match award.
2000 Boca Juniors 2-1 Real Madrid
Boca Juniors had a dream start with two goals in the opening six minutes and held on to beat Real Madrid 2-1. Boca striker Martin Palermo scored both goals which enabled them to become the first South American champions to win this trophy since Argentine rivals Velez Sarsfield beat AC Milan 2-0 in 1994. Velez, like Boca, were coached by Carlos Bianchi. Real Madrid replied through Roberto Carlos.
1999 Manchester United 1-0 Palmeiras
Manchester United won the match 1-0, the winning goal scored by their captain, Roy Keane. This was United's first Inter-Continental Cup triumph, having been beaten by Estudiantes in the 1968 competition. Wales winger Ryan Giggs was picked man of the match award.Manchester United's victory made them the first British team to win the Intercontinental Cup.
1998 Real Madrid 2-1 Vasco da Gama
Raul Gonzalez was the hero for the Spanish team after his winning goal seven minutes from time clinched the game for Real Madrid. Vasco's Juninho Pernambucano had equalised for the Bacalhau in the 56th minute after midfielder Nasa put through his own goal in the first half.
1997 Borussia Dortmund 2-0 Cruzeiro
1996 Juventus 1-0 CA River Plate
1995 Ajax 0-0 Gremio (Pens 4-3)
1994 Velez Sarsfield 2-0 AC Milan
1993 Sao Paulo 3-2 AC Milan
1992 Sao Paulo 2-1 Barcelona
1991 Red Star Belgrade 3-0 Colo Colo
1990 AC Milan 3-0 Club Olimpia Asuncion
1989 AC Milan 1-0 CA Nacional Medellin
1988 Nacional 2-2 PSV Eindhoven (Pens 7-6)
1987 FC Porto 2-1 CA Penarol
1986 River Plate 1-0 Steaua Bucuresti
1985 Juventus 4-2 Argentinos Juniors
1984 Independiente 1-0 Liverpool
1983 Gremio 2-1 Hamburge
1982 Penarol 2-0 Aston Villa
1981 Flamengo 3-0 Liverpool
1980 Nacional Monte 1-0 Nottingham Forest
1979 Olimpia Asuncion 3-1 Malmo FF
1978 Boca Juniors 5-2
1977 Bayern Munich 2-0 Cruzeiro EC
1976 Atletico Madrid 2-1 Independiente
1975 Independiente 1-0 Juventus
1974 Ajax 4-1 CA Independiente
1973 Nacional Montevideo 3-2 Panathinaikos
1972 Feyenoord 3-2 Boca Juniors
1971 AC Milan 4-2 Boca Juniors
1970 Estudiantes 2-1 Manchester United
1969 Racing Club 1-0 Celtic
1968 Peñarol 4-0 Real Madrid
1967 Inter Milan 3-0 CA Independiente
1966 Inter Milan 2-0 CA Independiente
1965 Santos 1-0 AC Milan
1964 Santos 8-4 SL Benfica
1963 Penarol 2-1 SL Benfica
1962 Real Madrid 5-1 CA Penarol