The Latin Cup (French: Coupe Latine; Italian: Coppa Latina; Portuguese: Taça Latina or Copa Latina; Spanish: Copa Latina) was an international football tournament for club sides from the Southwest European nations of France, Italy, Spain, and Portugal. In 1949 the football federations came together and requested FIFA to launch the competition. European clubs could not afford hefty travel costs so competition was staged at the end of every season in a single host country. The competition featured two semi-finals, a third place play-off and a final.
|Organising body|| FFF|
|Number of teams||4|
|Related competitions||Mitropa Cup|
|Last champions|| Real Madrid|
(2nd title) (1957)
|Most successful club(s)|| Barcelona|
(2 titles each)