Definitions for "1980 Mundialito"
The 1980 Mundialito (Spanish for "little World Cup"), or Copa de Oro de Campeones Mundiales ("World Champions' Gold Cup"), was a friendly international football tournament held in Montevideo, Uruguay from December 30, 1980 to January 10, 1981, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first World Cup tournament, which was celebrated in 1930, also in the Uruguayan capital. The national teams invited were Uruguay, Italy, West Germany, Brazil, Netherlands, and Argentina, at the time the six former World Cup winning nations except for the Netherlands – 1974 and 1978 World Cup runners-up –, who were replacing England.