Mundialito de Clubs
The Mundialito de Clubs officially Cup Super Clubs or Coppa Supermondiale Clubs, was an unofficial summer association football friendly tournament that took place in Milan, Italy from 1981 to 1987 every two years, except for 1985 where he played in Cesena, organized by the TV Channel 5. The tournament was played in San Siro. The first two editions were named Coppa Super Clubs, and the last was the name of the Coppa delle Stelle. In 1987 Paris Saint-Germain F.C. replaced Olympique de Marseille, F.C. Porto replaced FC Dynamo Kyiv and F.C. Barcelona replaced Juventus F.C..
The tournament was contested by 5 teams, the teams played 4 round-robin 90-minute matches. Each team allowed to use two players not under contract with the club. Only in the 1985 edition was attended by four clubs.
|Year||Champion||Runners-Up||Third place||Fourth place||Fifth place|
|1981||F.C. Internazionale Milano||Santos FC||A.C. Milan||Feyenoord||C.A. Peñarol|
|1983||Juventus F.C.||Flamengo||C.A. Peñarol||A.C. Milan||F.C. Internazionale Milano|
|1985||C.A. Peñarol||Independiente||F.C. Internazionale Milano||Santos FC||-|
|1987||A.C. Milan||F.C. Porto||F.C. Internazionale Milano||F.C. Barcelona||Paris Saint-Germain F.C.|