The establishment of the World Cup clubs from 11 to 23...

The establishment of the World Cup clubs from 11 to 23...
The establishment of the World Cup clubs from 11 to 23...

Press reports revealed that the Club World Cup will be held this year in the State of Qatar, from 11 to 23 January next, with the old version system, and media reports stated that the new system for the Club World Cup will be present from the next edition.

Qatar’s Al Sadd clubs, Bayern Munich, and Auckland City, New Zealand, have qualified for the Club World Cup, and Al-Ahly or Zamalek are seeking to reserve Africa’s seat in the tournament.

Al-Ahly club qualified for the African Champions League final after overcoming the Moroccan Wydad hurdle with a score of 5-1 in the aggregate of the second-leg matches in the semi-finals of the Champions League, while the other party between Zamalek and Moroccan Raja was not determined, and the Egyptian team won 1-0 in the first leg, provided that the return is held Next November 1.

It is reported that the Swiss Gianni Infantino, President of the International Federation of Football Association FIFA, proposed a new system for the Club World Cup gives an opportunity for a greater number of participants, which will be implemented in the next edition.

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