Sport Club Internacional hailing from Brazil, represent Conmebol by virtue of being the 2010 Copa Libertadores champions.
What does SCI stand for?
SCI stands for Sport Club Internacional
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Sport Club Internacional Nicknames: Red Nation, The People's Club, Factory of Aces Founded: 1909 Ground: Beira-Rio (56,000) Chairman: Vitoro Piffero Manager: Celso Roth Record: FIFA Club World Cup: Winners 2006 Copa Libertadores: Winners 2006, 2010; Runners-up 1980 Copa Sudamericana: Winners 2008 Recopa Sudamericana: Winners-2007, Runners-up 2009 Suruga Bank Championship: Winners 2009 National titles Serie A : Winners 1975, 1976, 1979 Runner-up (5): 1987, 1988, 2005, 2006, 2009.
CAS 2004/A/701 Sport Club Internacional /Galatasaray Spor Kulubu Dernegi, award of 17 March 2005 Panel: Professor Massimo Coccia (Italy), President; Mr Michele Bernasconi (Switzerland); Ms Margarita Echeverria Bermudez (Costa Rica) The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has decided to uphold in part the appeal filed by Sport Club Internacional (hereinafter "Internacional" or the "Appellant") a Brazilian football club and to reverse partially the decision of the Single Judge of the FIFA Player's Status Committee.