The first FIFA Women 's Club World Cup was originally scheduled to take place in Brazil towards the end of 2010 . After these ideas could not be implemented for various reasons, FC Santos - South America's most professional and most developed women's football club at the time and two-time winner of the Copa Libertadores Femenina - organized a replacement tournament. Of the four participating teams, however, only the Swedish top club Umeå IK traveled from outside Brazil. The organizers of the Torneio Internacional Interclubes de Futebol Feminino were the Federação Paulista de Futeboland the sports marketing agency SportPromotion; The games were broadcast on TV stations such as Rede Bandeirantes and BandSports . In a round-robin tournament , the teams first compete against each other. The two best-placed clubs in the end contested the final, while the other two met in the game for third place.