Real Madrid outclassed San Lorenzo of Argentina, 2-0, in the Club
The cup added to Madrid's 2014 trophy haul of Champions League, Copa del Rey, and European Super Cup, and it will carry a 22-game winning streak into 2015.
Sergio Ramos scored the first goal, heading in Toni Kroos' corner after 37 minutes. Ramos also got Madrid off the mark in its 4-0 victory over CONCACAF champion Cruz Azul in the semifinals.
Gareth Bale doubled Madrid's lead early in the second half with a left-footed shot.
"An unforgettable year," Ramos said.
In Madrid's ongoing streak of 22 wins, a Spanish record, Madrid has scored 81 goals and given up 10.