Having enthralled their fans with continental glory, the qualified teams now have the chance to go one step further and triumph at the game's most prestigious club competition: the FIFA Club World Cup. With the champions of each confederation preparing to square off in Morocco, this year’s tournament promises to be unmissable, and you can order your tickets now.
As of 28 October the second phase of ticket sales for the competition is underway. Booking your place could not be easier, requiring just a few clicks on the tournament’s ticketing section on FIFA.com. Once your tickets are confirmed, all that remains is to collect them from one of the official pick-up stations which will be open from 20 November 2013.
At the stations located within the stadiums in Agadir and Marrakech, the competition’s host cities, tickets will be available for collection until 24 hours before the kick-off of your selected match (though at the other official pick-up stations across the country tickets will be available until kick-off). For a full list of pick-up stations click on the PDF document on the right side of the screen.
Order your tickets now to assure your place in the stands and get ready to experience the excitement of watching the best players from each continent in action.
The tournament gets underway with the champions of the host nation, Raja Casablanca, taking on Auckland City, the champions of Oceania, as both sides aim to book a quarter-final spot against Monterrey.
In the other quarter-final, meanwhile, the champions of Asia will face off against the African champions. And while the identity of these teams will not be confirmed for another few weeks, fans lucky enough to secure tickets for the game will be guaranteed a high-quality affair. With Guangzhou Evergrande and FC Seoul competing for the Asian place and Orlando Pirates taking on Al Ahly in Africa, drama is guaranteed.
Finally, the two sides awaiting the quarter-final winners require little introduction with Bayern Munich’s squad boasting an entire constellation of stars and Atletico Mineiro being led by world champions Ronaldinho and Gilberto Silva.