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  • Brazil 2008

    • Winner: Brazil
    • Runners-Up: Spain
    • Third: Italy
    • Fourth: Russia
    • adidas Golden Ball: FALCAO (BRA)
    • adidas Golden Shoe: PULA (RUS)
    • adidas Golden Glove: TIAGO (BRA)
    • FIFA Fair Play award: Spain
    When Brazil captain Vinicius hoisted the FIFA Futsal World Cup Trophy in front of a delirious crowd at midday on 19 October 2008, it was a case of ‘mission accomplished' for the Auriverdes, as the South Americans claimed the most prestigious trophy in the game for the fourth time.
  • Chinese Taipei 2004

    • Winner: Spain
    • Runners-Up: Italy
    • Third: Brazil
    • Fourth: Argentina
    • adidas Golden Ball: FALCAO (BRA)
    • adidas Golden Shoe: FALCAO (BRA)
    • FIFA Fair Play award: Brazil
    Three-time world champions Brazil arrived at the FIFA Futsal World Championship Chinese Taipei 2004 determined to exact revenge for their bitter defeat to Spain in the Guatemala 2000 Final. However, after making serene progress through the group stages, Falcao and company saw their dream of a fourth title shattered in the semi-finals as the Iberians again shaded the decisive showdown.
  • Guatemala 2000

    • Winner: Spain
    • Runners-Up: Brazil
    • Third: Portugal
    • Fourth: Russia
    • adidas Golden Ball: MANOEL TOBIAS (BRA)
    • adidas Golden Shoe: MANOEL TOBIAS (BRA)
    • FIFA Fair Play award: Brazil
    The 4th FIFA Futsal World Championship marked a turning point in the history of the sport, as the long Brazilian domination, which had lasted eleven years stretching back to the very first FIFA Futsal World Championship in the Netherlands, finally came to an end. Cast in the role of usurpers were Spain, who crossed the Atlantic and successfully ambushed the three-time world champions.
  • Spain 1996

    • Winner: Brazil
    • Runners-Up: Spain
    • Third: Russia
    • Fourth: Ukraine
    • adidas Golden Ball: MANOEL TOBIAS (BRA)
    • adidas Golden Shoe: MANOEL TOBIAS (BRA)
    • FIFA Fair Play award: Brazil
    The 3rd FIFA Futsal World Championship, organised with great aplomb by the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), proved highly popular with the fans (66,900 spectators in total). Sixteen nations travelled to Iberia in search of glory: six from Europe, three from South America, three from Asia, two from CONCACAF, one from Africa and one from Oceania.
  • Hong Kong 1992

    • Winner: Brazil
    • Runners-Up: USA
    • Third: Spain
    • Fourth: Iran
    • adidas Golden Ball: JORGINHO (BRA)
    • adidas Golden Shoe: Saeid RAJABI SHIRAZI (IRN)
    • FIFA Fair Play award: USA
    The second FIFA Futsal World Championship, held in one of FIFA's smallest member associations, Hong Kong (15-28 November), proved to be an out-and-out success. As in the first tournament, sixteen nations took part: six from Europe, three from South America, three from Asia, two from CONCACAF, one from Africa and one from Oceania.
  • Netherlands 1989

    • Winner: Brazil
    • Runners-Up: Netherlands
    • Third: USA
    • Fourth: Belgium
    • adidas Golden Ball: Victor HERMANS (NED)
    • adidas Golden Shoe: Laszlo ZSADANYI (HUN)
    • FIFA Fair Play award: USA
    The inaugural FIFA Futsal World Championship was held in the Netherlands - a fitting location given the fledgling sport's great popularity in the low countries. The Dutch Football Federation were also celebrating their centenary in 1989, so the event was held in a doubly festive spirit. Sixteen teams took part, setting a trend that has been followed in all tournaments since: six European sides, three from South America, two from Africa, two Asian sides and two from CONCACAF joined the one representative from Oceania to compete for the world crown.

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