All the details of the Club World Cup: when is it and which teams are playing

All the details of the Club World Cup: when is it and which teams are playing
December 11, 2023 – 1:36 p.m.

The 2023 FIFA Club World Cup will begin this Tuesday in Saudi Arabia. Find out all the details of the tournament where Marcelo Gallardo’s team will participate.

He Club World Cup 2023 will begin this Tuesday with the match that will be played on Al-Ittihad of Marcelo Gallardo before him Auckland City of New Zealand in Saudi Arabiain a contest that will feature the Manchester City of England and the Fluminense of Brazil as featured teams.

The cast of “Muñeco” will kick off and seek to advance to the quarterfinals, where the Al-Ahly of Egyptwhile in the other key they will be measured Lion of Mexico and the Urawa Red Diamonds of Japan.

In the semis they will come into action Manchester City and the Fluminenseexecutioner of Mouth in the final of the Libertadores Cupto define which clubs will reach the decisive match of the competition.

In addition to Gallantthere will be other Argentines who will be protagonists of the Club World Cup: is about Julian Alvarezin the set of Josep Guardiola, Adonis Frias and Lucas Romero in Lionand Emiliano Tade in it Auckland City.

Among the figures that will say present, with Erling Haaland in doubt due to muscle discomfort among the stars of the Citythey find each other Germán Cano, Marcelo, Ganso, Kennedy, Felipe Melo (Fluminense), Karim Benzema, N’Golo Kanté and Fabinho (Al Ittihad).

For 2025he Club World Cup will take place in USA and it will change its format.

The biggest winners of the Club World Cup in history:

  • Real Madrid (5): 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2021.
  • Barcelona (3): 2009, 2011 and 2015.
  • Bayern Munich (2): 2013 and 2020.
  • Corinthians (2): 2000 and 2012.
  • Sao Paulo (1): 2005.
  • Inter Porto Alegre (1): 2006.
  • Milan (1): 2007.
  • Manchester United (1): 2008.
  • Inter Milan (1): 2010.
  • Liverpool (1): 2019

Source: Ambito

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