The day after the Saudi club’s coronation of Al-Hilal in the Asian Champions League on Tuesday evening, FIFA unveiled the date of the draw for the Club World Cup, initially scheduled in Japan but ultimately played in the United Arab Emirates. at the beginning of the year 2022. Through a press release, the world football body announces that it will organize the ceremony on November 29 at its headquarters in Zurich (Switzerland), in the company of former England international and Chelsea defender John Terry.
This 18th edition will therefore bring together Al-Hilal SFC (recently winner of the AFC Champions League 2021), the Egyptians of Al Ahly SC (LdC of CAF), Mexicans of CF Monterrey (LdC of Concacaf), Auckland City New Zealanders (appointed by the OFC Executive Committee due to the cancellation of the last OFC LoC), Chelsea FC (UEFA LoC), Emiratis Al Jazeera Club (local Pro-League champions). The only unknown remains on the winner of the Copa Liberatores, whose final will oppose Brazilians Flamengo and Palmeiras next Saturday.
✍️ 🗓 Mark your calendars!
🏆 The #ClubWC draw will take place on Monday November 29, 2021 at 5:00 PM CET & will be streamed live on https://t.co/fRxkSMxytK for all territories 📺
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– FIFA.com (@FIFAcom) November 24, 2021