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Everything you need to know about the FIFA Club World Cup 2019

FIFA Club World Cup 2019 Schedule, Teams, Matches Venues & Time Table

The 16th editionof the FIFA Club World Cup kicks off in Qatar on 11th December 2019 and finishing 10 days later with the final on 21st December 2019. The 2019 FIFA Club World Cup is on the horizon and here are the 7 teams who will be taking part in the tournament:

FIFA Club World Cup 2019 Teams

  • Flamengo
  • Liverpool
  • Al Hilal
  • Monterrey
  • Hienghene Sport
  • Esperance de Tunis
  • Al-Sadd

FIFA Club World Cup 2019 Venues:

  • Jassim bin Hamad Stadium
  • Khalifa International Stadium
  • Education City Stadium

FIFA Club World Cup 2019 Schedule:

Play-off round
No. Date Match Time (local / GMT) Location
1 11-Dec Al-Sadd 3-1 Hienghene Sport 8:30pm / 5:30pm Jassim bin Hamad Stadium
Quarter-Finals
No. Date Match Time (local / GMT) Location
2 14-Dec Al-Sadd 2-3 Monterrey 8:30pm / 5:30pm Jassim bin Hamad Stadium
3 14-Dec Al-Hilal 1-0 Esperance de Tunis 5pm / 2pm Jassim bin Hamad Stadium
Fifth-Place Play-off
No. Date Match Time (local / GMT) Location
4 17-Dec Al-Sadd vs Esperance de Tunis 5:30pm / 2:30pm Khalifa International Stadium
Semi-Finals
No. Date Match Time (local / GMT) Location
5 17-Dec Al-Hilal vs Flamengo 8:30pm / 5:30pm Khalifa International Stadium
6 18-Dec Monterrey vs Liverpool 8:30pm / 5:30pm Khalifa International Stadium
Third-Place Play-off
No. Date Match Time (local / GMT) Location
7 21-Dec SF 1 Loser vs SF 2 Loser 5:30pm / 2:30pm Education City Stadium
Final
No. Date Match Time (local / GMT) Location
8 21-Dec SF 1 Winner vs SF 2 Winner 8:30pm / 5:30pm Education City Stadium

Information about the Club World Cup 2019

The Club World Cup title is awarded to the world champions in club football which involves the league champions of the host nation and the six winners of continental confederations. Between 1960 and 2004, CONMEBOL and UEFA played out the Intercontinental Cup where the Copa Libertadores and Champions League winners faced off in a one-off final match. The Club World Cup came into being back in the year 2000 although the second edition was only played in 2005.

This year, the tournament will be hosted by Qatar which will also host the 2020 edition along with the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup. The 2020 Club World will be the last one in the present format since FIFA will revamp the same for the tournament edition played from 2021 onwards and the pool may be increased to accommodate 24 teams as well.

FIFA Club World Cup 2019 Teams Squad:

Hienghene Sport:

Rocky Nyikeine, Yeiwene Yeiwene, Jacque Nyikeine, Joris Gorendiawe, Williams Yentao, Bruno Hyanem, Jordan Dinet, Roy Kayara, Franck Sinem, Emile Bearune, Yvannoe Bamy, Cedric Sansot, Miguel Kayara, GeordyGony, Kevin Tein, Kohei Matsumoto, Joseph Athale, Sousa Vilela, Dos Santos Camargo, Antony Kai, Bertrand Kai, Jefferson Dahite, Amy Roine 

Monterrey:

Marcelo Barovero, Luis Cardenas, Edson Resendez, Cesar Montes, Nicholas Sanchez, Leonel Vangioni, Edson Gutierrez, Jesus Gallardo, Jose Basanta, Miguel Layun, Johan Vasquez, Stefan Medina, Celso Ortiz, Jonathan Alexander Gonzalez, Arturo Gonzalez, Carlos Rodriguez, Maximilliano Meza, Rogelio Funes, Dorlan Pabon, Vincent Janssen, Jonathan Urretaviscaya, Angel Zaldivar, Rodolfo Pizarro

Liverpool:

Alisson, Adrian, Andy Lonergan, Virgil Van Djik, Dejan Lovren, Joseph Gomez, Andrew Robertson, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Neco Williams, Georginio Wijnaldum, James Milner, Naby Keita, Jordan Henderson, Adam Lallana, Alex Oxlade Chamberlain, Curtis Jones, Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, Xherdan Shaqiri, Rhian Brewster, Harvey Elliott, Divock Origi

Esperance Sportive De Tunis:

Moez Ben Cherifia, Mohamed Debchi, Rami Jeridi, Chamseddine Dhaouadi, Mohamed Ali Yakoubi, Khalil Chemmam, RaedFadaa, Sameh Derbali, Iheb Mbarki, Abdelkader Bedrane, Ilyes Cheti, Kwame Bonsu, Fousseny Coulibaly, Anice Badri, Fedi Ben Choug, Abdelraouf Benguit, Mohamed Meskini, Ali Ben Romdhan, Billel Bensaha, Ibrahim Ouattara, Taha Khenissi, Hamdou Elhouni, Haythem Jouini

CR Flamengo:

Diego Alves, Gabriel Batista, Cesar, Rodinei, Rodrigio Caio, Rene, Pablo Mari, Rafinha, Matheus Thuler, Filipe Luis, Rhodolfo, Willian Arao, Everton Ribeiro, Gerson, Diego, Giorgian DE Arrascaeta, Robert Piris Da Motta, Orlando Berrio, Reinier, Gabriel Barbosa, Vitinho, Bruno Henrique, Lincoln

Al-Sadd Sports Club:

Saad Al Sheeb, Meshaal Barsham, Yousef Abdullah, Abdelkarim Hassan, Hamid Khaleefa, Tarek Salman, Boualem Khoukhi, Yasir Isa, Hussain Bahzad, Jung Wooyoung, Gabi, Ali Assadalla, Moustafa Tarek, Salem Al Hajri, Faisal Mohammad, Abdulaziz Rashid Al Ansari, Hassan Al Haydos, Baghdad Bounedjah, Nam Taehee, Hashim Ali, Akram Afif, Rami Suhail

Al Hilal FC:

Abdullah Almuaiouf, Mohammed Alwakid, Nawaf Alghamdi, Mohammed Alburayk, Yasser Alshahrani, Ali Albulayhi, Hassan Kadesh, Jang Hyunsoo, Abdullah Alhafith, Mohammed Jahfali, Amir Kurdy, Carlos Eduardo, Gustavo Cuellar, Salman Alfaraj, Abdullah Otayf, Mohammad Al Shalhoub, Sebastian Giovinco, Hatan Bahbri, Mohamed Kanno, Salem Aldawsari, BafetimbiGomis, Andre Carrillo, Omar Kharbin

The 2019 FIFA Club World Cup will certainly be a feast for the eyes as far as football lovers are concerned. Already, there is huge buzz surrounding the tournament as fans eagerly await the crowning of the new world champions of club football.

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