Hello everyone, Looking through the archives, I started to wonder if there might not be an equivalent to a "Confederations Cup final" from some great players who had not the chance to have EuroAmerica Cup or something equivalent, in view of the next edition between Argentina and Italy next year. I potentially found a match on July 4, 1965 between 1964 Euro finalist Soviet Union and 1962 World Cup winner Brazil. Brazil wins 3-0 with a brace from Pelé. It could also be noted that his last game (on July, 18th, 1971) was against the 1968 Euro finalist (Yugoslavia) and that there was 2-2 without a goal from Pelé. Brazil was awarded by the 1970 World Cup the previous year. I did the same for Maradona and I found a match in March 1988 as the Four Nation Cup against Soviet Union, future finalist next months later in Euro 1988, defeat 4-2 of Argentina, despite a goal from Diego. Of course Diego Maradona won the Artemio Franchi Cup in 1993 against Denmark, which could serve as a victory in this "Confederations Cup-like". To sum up, Pelé and Maradona played two games each after winning trophies (1962 & 1970 WC for Pelé and 1986 WC & 1991 Copa for Maradona and Argentina). It's pretty clear that Pelé and Maradona would win one victory in the "Confederations Cup-like" (1965 & 1993). I don't know if you see other potentially equivalent games for these players but also other potentially equivalent matches to these matches of winners of continental trophies before the 1990s (we won't hide it but very very generally the most prestigious games were/are the best South American team against the best European team). Thanks, IceBlood34.