1. Pelé FIFA World Cup (Brazil)
Arguably the greatest footballer of all time, Pelé is the only player to have won all four tournaments. He led Brazil to three World Cup titles in 1958, 1962, and 1970, so showcasing his remarkable talent and winning the hearts of fans worldwide. At the club level, Pelé won the Copa Libertadores twice with Santos in 1962 and 1963. Although he never competed in the UEFA Champions League or Copa América, his contributions to the sport and his remarkable achievements make him an undeniable inclusion on this list.
2. Ronaldinho FIFA World Cup (Brazil)
Ronaldinho, known for his mesmerizing skills and creativity, is another player who has triumphed in all four competitions. He also achieved success in South American competitions, winning the Copa Libertadores with Atlético Mineiro in 2013. Additionally, he claimed the Copa América title with Brazil in 1999.
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3. Cafu (Brazil)
Cafu, one of the greatest full-backs in the history of football, achieved success in all four tournaments throughout his illustrious career. He captained Brazil to World Cup glory in 1994 and 2002, providing stability and leadership on the pitch. At the club level, Cafu won the UEFA Champions League with AC Milan in 2003 and 2007, so showcasing his defensive prowess and attacking contributions. He also won the Copa Libertadores twice with São Paulo FC in 1992 and 1993. Although he never won the Copa América, his achievements in the other three competitions solidify his place among the greats.
4. Neymar Jr. (Brazil)
Neymar Jr., a highly skilled and dynamic forward, has the potential to join the exclusive list of players who have won all four tournaments. Their contributions to their respective teams and also the sport as a whole make them true icons of the game. Although he is yet to win the Copa Libertadores, Neymar has already achieved success in the other three competitions. The skillful Brazilian forward played a pivotal role in Brazil’s victory in the 2013 Confederations Cup, which serves as a precursor to the Copa América. Neymar was also instrumental in Barcelona’s UEFA Champions League triumph in 2015. His dazzling performances and creative playmaking have made him one of the most influential players of his generation