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Here is my list

1. Real Madrid CF (1902)
2. CA Boca Juniors (1905)
3. AC Milan (1899)
4. FC Barcelona (1899)
5. FC Bayern Munich (1900)
6. Manchester United FC (1878)
7. Liverpool FC (1892)

8. Santos FC (1912)
9. CA River Plate (1901)
10. Juventus FC (1897)
11. FC Internazionale Milano (1908)
12. CA Penarol (1891)
13. CA Independiente (1905)
14. Sao Paulo FC (1930)
15. AFC Ajax Amsterdam (1900)
16. CR Flamengo (1895)
17. SC Corinthians Paulista (1910)
18. FC Porto (1893)
19. SL Benfica (1904)
20. C Nacional F (1899)

21. Celtic FC (1887)
22. Rangers FC (1872)
23. Gremio FB Porto Alegrense (1903)
24. SC Internacional De Porto Alegre (1909)
25. Cruzeiro EC (1921)
26. SE Palmeiras (1914)
27. CR Vasco Da Gama (1915)
28. Botafogo FR (1904)
29. Fluminense FC (1902)
30. FK Red Star Belgrade (1945)
31. C Estudiantes De La Plata (1905)
32. C Olimpia Asuncion (1902)
33. El Nady El Al Ahly El Riyady SC (1907)
34. C Atletico De Madrid (1903)
35. Arsenal FC (1886)
36. Olympique De Marseille (1899)
37. FC Dynamo Kyiv (1927)
38. Sporting Lisbon C De Portugal (1906)
39. Ballspielverein Borussia 09 Dortmund (1909)
40. Chelsea FC (1905)
41. Feyenoord Rotterdam (1908)
42. PSV Eindhoven (1913)
43. FC Spartak Moscow (1922)
44. Olympiacos Pireaus SFP FC (1925)
45. Panathinaikos AO FC (1908)
46. HNK Hajduk Split (1911)
47. GNK Dinamo Zagreb (1911)
48. FK Partizan Belgrade (1945)
49. Racing Club De Avellaneda (1903)
50. CA San Lorenzo De Almagro (1908)
 

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The big 4 of ex Yugoslavia are in your top 50. Seriously that good?

Sorry I voted horrible list.
 

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Why are there so many random Brazilian clubs in there?

And what was the thinking behind #33? :D
That club could most likely not compete in any big countries second division...
 

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Why are there so many random Brazilian clubs in there?

And what was the thinking behind #33? :D
That club could most likely not compete in any big countries second division...

We are talking about 11 greatest brazilian clubs with big tradition. Why do you think they are random? Copa Libertadores is dominated by brazilian and argentinean clubs.

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It is true for Al Ahly quality, but he has great tradition and is one of the most well known clubs in world football.
 

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We are talking about 11 greatest brazilian clubs with big tradition. Why do you think they are random? Copa Libertadores is dominated by brazilian and argentinean clubs.

Top 10 of Brazil - Best Soccer clubs in Brazil

Flamengo still Brazil's most popular club, says survey - Sambafoot.com, all About Brazilian Football


It is true for Al Ahly quality, but he has great tradition and is one of the most well known clubs in world football.
It's a question how you define greatest. Nowadays most Brazilian clubs would be relegation candidates in any big European league. All-time is always hard to compare.
 

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You forgot Universitatea Craiova
 

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I wouldn't rate Boca in the top 15, would be interested to hear why you have them so high up.
Juventus are in my opinion third or even second. Their 1980s vintage was truly incredible, Scirea, Gentile and Zoff in defense with Platini playmaking for Boniek and Paolo Rossi up front. They have had world class sides since and their history is stellar, with legends like Monti, Combi and Ferrari in the 30s and Charles, Orsi and Boniperti in the 50s.
 
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