This page details the records and statistics of the FIFA Club World Cup. The FIFA Club World Cup is a seasonal association football competition that was established in the year 2000. It begins at the beginnings of December and end around the middle of that same month. The FIFA Club World Cup is open to the confederation champions of FIFA member associations as well as the host nation's national league champions; clubs from Europe and South America enter the competition at the semifinal stage. The tournament is contested over a single-elimination format, with four stages in total. The reigning champions of the competition are Brazilian club Corinthians, after beating English side Chelsea 1–0 at the final. Corinthians were also the inaugural winners, after defeating compatriots Vasco da Gama 3-4 on penalties.
Corinthians is the only club to have appeared in more than one final and have a flawless record, winning the 2000 and 2012 editions. The Timão is also the only world champion that qualified to the Club World Cup by merit of being the host nation's national champions.