The FIFA Club World Cup is an international soccer tournament that pits the champions of each continent against each other in a battle for global supremacy. Since its inception in 2000, some of the world's best teams have competed for the title, but which team has won the most titles? The answer is Spanish powerhouse Real Madrid, who have won the tournament four times, more than any other team in history. Real Madrid's success in the tournament is even more impressive when you consider that they have only competed in it six times. This means that they have won it 67% of the time they have entered, a remarkable achievement. It also shows just how dominant they have been in recent years. The team that has come closest to matching Real Madrid's success is Brazilian side Corinthians.
They have won the tournament twice, in 2000 and 2012. They are also the only team to have won it twice in a row, something that Real Madrid have yet to achieve. Other teams that have won the tournament include Barcelona (2009), Internacional (2006), and Manchester United (2008). All of these teams have made their mark on the tournament and are worthy champions. The FIFA Club World Cup is one of the most prestigious tournaments in soccer and it is no surprise that Real Madrid have been so successful in it. Their dominance over the past few years has been remarkable and they look set to continue their winning streak for many years to come.