Teams

  • Turning Japanese

    Turning Japanese

    The six visiting clubs at the FIFA Club World Cup have had to contend with different time zones and temperatures, as well as long journeys to Japan.

  • Better luck next time

    Better luck next time

    Waitakere United believe that they can go one better at next year's FIFA Club World Cup, based on their improved showing against Adelaide.
    Play-off for Quarter-finals
    11 DecemberAdelaide United FCAUS2:1 (1:1)NZLWaitakere United
    • Waitakere United's coach Chris Milicich gestures
    • Picture from the opening ceremony of the FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2008
    • Waitakere United's goalkeeper Richard Gillespie in action
    • Waitakere United's goalkeeper Richard Gillespie in action
    • Waitakere United's coach Chris Milicich gestures
    • Waitakere United's coach Chris Milicich gestures
    • Adelaide United's Travis Dodd fights for the ball with Waitakere United's Neil Sykes
    • Adelaide United's Alemao fights for the ball with Waitakere United's Jason Rowley
    • Adelaide United's Travis Dodd fights for the ball with Waitakere United's Christopher Bale

    Statistics

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