1992 King Fahd Cup
The 1992 King Fahd Cup (Arabic: كأس الملك فهد), named after Fahd of Saudi Arabia, was the first association football tournament of the competition that would later be known as the FIFA Confederations Cup. It was hosted by Saudi Arabia in October 1992, and was won by Argentina, who beat Saudi Arabia 3–1 in the final. The 1992 tournament was the only one not to feature a group stage and only featured four nations.
|كأس الملك فهد 1992|
|Host country||Saudi Arabia|
|Dates||15 October – 20 October|
|Teams||4 (from 4 confederations)|
|Venue(s)||1 (in 1 host city)|
|Champions||Argentina (1st title)|
|Third place||United States|
|Fourth place||Ivory Coast|
|Goals scored||18 (4.5 per match)|
|Attendance||196,500 (49,125 per match)|
|Top scorer(s)|| Gabriel Batistuta|
(2 goals each)
|Best player(s)||Fernando Redondo|
|Team||Confederation||Qualification method||Participation no.|
|Saudi Arabia||AFC||Hosts and 1988 AFC Asian Cup winners||1st|
|United States||CONCACAF||1991 CONCACAF Gold Cup winners||1st|
|Argentina||CONMEBOL||1991 Copa América winners||1st|
|Ivory Coast||CAF||1992 African Cup of Nations winners||1st|
- North, Central America and Caribbean
- South America
|16 October – Riyadh|
|20 October – Riyadh|
|15 October – Riyadh|
|19 October – Riyadh|
|United States||0–3||Saudi Arabia|
|Report||Al-Bishi 48' (pen.)
|Batistuta 2', 10'
Third place matchEdit
|United States||5–2||Ivory Coast|
Murray 67', 83'
With two goals, Gabriel Batistuta and Bruce Murray were the top scorers in the tournament. In total, 18 goals were scored by 16 different players, with none of them credited as own goal.
- 2 goals
- 1 goal
|2||Saudi Arabia (H)||2||1||0||1||4||3||+1||2||Runners-up|
|3||United States||2||1||0||1||5||5||0||2||Third place|
|4||Ivory Coast||2||0||0||2||2||9||−7||0||Fourth place|
-  Archived 2016-01-12 at the Wayback Machine; at RSSSF
- "Statistical Kit: FIFA Confederations Cup (FCC 2017 post-event edition) – Ranking by tournament" (PDF). FIFA.com. Fédération Internationale de Football Association. 10 July 2017. p. 21. Archived (PDF) from the original on 28 September 2019. Retrieved 28 September 2019.