15 matches, 38 goals and 5 different champions. That’s the story in brief of the Unofficial Football World Champions in 2015. It was a year in which the UFWC title was held exclusively within South America, and was contested at the Copa America tournament. The year began with Brazil holding the title, and ended with Uruguay as unofficial champions. Welcome to the UFWC Review of the Year 2015.Read More...
|URUGUAY||SINCE 17/11/2015||DEFEATED CHILE|
|902||26/06/2015||ARGENTINA*||0-0||COLOMBIA||Vina Del Mar||CA||+|
* = won on penalties. + = click for match report.
Teams ranked by number of title matches won.
Complete UFWC rankings
A comfortable World Cup qualifying for Uruguay over Chile saw Uruguay reclaim the UFWC title. Diego Godin, Alvaro Pereira and Martin Caceres were the scorers in a 3-0 win. The result brought to an end Chile’s five-match UFWC reign. Uruguay last held the title in June 2014, and once again become Unofficial Football World Champions.Read More...
A World Cup qualifying stalemate saw Chile successfully defend their UFWC title against Colombia in Santiago. Arturo Vidal’s headed goal was cancelled out by James Rodriguez’s second half strike, but neither side could find a winner. Chile’s 100-percent World Cup Qualifying record came to an end, but they remain unbeaten, and remain Unofficial Football World Champions.Read More...