FIFA Confederations Cup All Time Records, Top Goal Scorer Stats

FIFA Confederations Cup or Mini Football World Cup is one of the most popular Football tournaments. Just like World Cup, it is played after every four years. Today, we are going to talk about all time records and stats of FIFA Confederations Cup football tournament. This competition is played among the 8 Men National Football Teams. Champions from each confederation, World Cup winner and hosts compete in this tournament for the title. So let’s take a look on the all time records and stats.

FIFA Confederations Cup All Time Records

FIFA Confederations Cup records

Goal scoring records

  • First ever goal scorer: Fahad Al-Bishi [Saudi Arabia] – 15 October 1992
  • Most goals: Cuauhtemoc Blanco [Mexico] and Ronaldinho [Brazil] – 9 goals
  • Most hat-tricks: Fernando Torres [Spain] – 2 hat-tricks
  • Fastest Hat-trick: Fernando Torres [Spain] – 11 minutes
  • Youngest goalscorer: Marcelo Zalayeta [Uruguay] – 19 years and 10 days
  • Oldest goalscorer: David Villa [Spain] – 32 years and 137 days
  • Most penalties [excluding penalty shoot-outs] – 3, Michael Ballack
  • Fastest goal: Abel Hernandez [Uruguay] – 75 seconds
  • Biggest win: Spain vs Tahiti – 10-0
  • Most clean sheets: Dida – 12 clean sheets
  • Most goals conceded: Mickael Roche [Tahiti] – 10

Read also: all winners of FIFA Confederations Cup

Most goal scoring teams by tournament

Year Nation Goals
1992 Argentina 7
1995 Argentina and Denmark 5
1997 Brazil 14
1999 Brazil 18
2001 France 12
2003 France 12
2005 Germany 15
2009 Brazil 14
2013 Spain 15

FIFA Confederations Cup Attendance Stats & Records

  • Highest in a Finals match: 110,000 [Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, Mexico]
  • Lowest in a Finals match: 6,232 [Suwon World Cup Stadium, Suwon, South Korea]
  • Highest average attendance per match: 60,625 [1999]
  • Highest total attendance in one edition: 970,000 [1999]
  • Lowest average attendance per match: 20,625 [1995]

All time top goal scorers

Player Country Goals
Cuauhtemoc Blanco Mexico 9
Ronaldinho Brazil 9
Fernando Torres Spain 8
Adriano Brazil 7
Romario Brazil 7
Marzouk Al-Otaibi Saudi Arabia 6
David Villa Spain 6
Alex Brazil 5
John Aloisi Australia 5
Luis Fabiano Brazil 5
Fred Brazil 5
Robert Pires France 5
Vladimir Smicer Czech Republic 5
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