FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019™

FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019™

11 December - 21 December

Teams

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Clubs

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ALS
Al-Sadd Sports Club
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ETU
Espérance Sportive de Tunis
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HIE
Hienghène Sport
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LIV
Liverpool FC
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MON
Monterrey
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Host Country

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Al Sadd will represent host nation Qatar at the finals, having topped the 2018/19 edition of the Qatar Stars League, sealing the title with an emphatic 7-2 win over Al Ahli on 4 April. This will be their second appearance after finishing third in 2011.

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Preliminaries

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Africa

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While CAF's decision to award Esperance the title came more than three months after their two-legged final victory (1-1, 1-0) against Wydad Casablanca due to a disputed incident in the return leg, the Sang et Or enjoyed a near flawless continental campaign.

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Asia

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The final of the AFC Champions League will be contested over two legs – on 9 and 24 November – to decide Asia’s representative in Qatar.

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Europe

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Liverpool earned their return to the FIFA Club World Cup after defeating Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 in an all-English UEFA Champions League final in Madrid, Spain on 1 June. This will be their second appearance, having participated in 2005.

Qualified Clubs
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North, Central America and Caribbean

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Monterrey sealed their qualification for the FIFA Club World Cup on 1 May, having secured a 2-1 aggregate win over Mexican rivals Tigres UANL. It will be their fourth visit to the finals, equalling the Concacaf record held by Pachuca.

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Oceania

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Hienghene Sport booked their place at the FIFA Club World Cup after a 1-0 win over fellow New Caledonians Magenta on 11 May. They will be the first side from the Pacific nation to appear at the finals.

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South America

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South America’s participant will be decided on 23 November in Santiago, Chile, with the final of the Copa Libertadores being played as a single match – rather than two legs – for the first time.