What is the FIFA Club World Cup?
The FIFA Club World Cup is an annual tournament organised through FIFA that takes position between the champions of each and every six continental confederations plus the home champions of the host nation.
Where the FIFA Club World Cup being held?
The 2017 pageant is being held within the United Arab Emirates.
There will probably be two host venue – the Zayed Sports City stadium in Abu Dhabi and the Hazza bin Zayed Stadium in Al Ain.
Which groups are collaborating within the FIFA Club World Cup?
Gremio (winners of the Copa Libertadores)
Real Madrid (winners of the Champions League)
Urawa Red Diamonds (winners of the AFC Champions League)
Wydad Casablanca (winners of the CAF Champions League)
Pachuca (winners of the CONCACAF Champions League)
Auckland City (winners of the OFC Champions League)
Al Jazira (winners of the UAE Pro-League).
When does the FIFA Club World Cup get started?
The tournament formally will get underway on December 6 when Al Jazira play towards Auckland City.
FIFA Club World Cup fixtures
Play-off for quarter-final
December 6, 2017 – Al Jazira vs Auckland City – 5pm – Al Ain.
December nine, 2017 – Pachuca vs Wydad Casablanca – 1pm – Abu Dhabi.
December nine, 2017 – Urawa Red Diamonds vs Al Jazira/Auckland City – four.30pm – Abu Dhabi.
Fifth position play-off:
December 12, 2017 – Loser of Match 2 vs Loser of Match three – 2pm – Al Ain.
December 12, 2017 – Gremio vs Pachuca/Wydad Casablanca – 5pm – Al Ain.
December 13, 2017 – Real Madrid vs Urawa Red Diamonds/Al Jazira/Auckland City – 5pm – Abu Dhabi.
Third position play-off:
December 16, 2017 – Loser of Match five vs Loser of Match 6 – 2pm – Abu Dhabi
December 16, 2017 – Winner of Match five vs Winner of Match 6 – 5pm – Abu Dhabi.
How do I watch the FIFA Club World Cup?
Unfortunately for enthusiasts, a UK broadcaster is but to safe the rights to turn the FIFA Club World Cup.