FiFa Club World Cup Live Stream, Scores, Venue and TV Listing

The 2019 FIFA Club World Cup will be the sixteenth version of the FIFA Club World Cup, a FIFA-sorted out universal club football competition between the victors of the six mainland confederations, just as the host country’s group champions.

The competition will be facilitated by Qatar somewhere in the range of 11 and 21 December 2019, occurring at three scenes in Doha. On 5 November 2019, the Liverpool Chief Executive Peter Moore guaranteed that the Qatari specialists have allowed LGBT football fans to go to the FIFA Club World Cup coordinates in December 2019.

Host Country : Qatar

Host City : Doha

Starting Date : December 11

Ending Date : December 21

Teams : 7

Venue : 3

With proposition for an extended Club World Cup, FIFA postponed the declaration of a host. A host was to be reported by FIFA on 15 March 2019, however this was later delayed. On 28 May 2019, FIFA declared that the 2019 and 2020 competition host would be delegated at the FIFA Council meeting in Paris, France on 3 June 2019.

Qatar was delegated as the host for the 2019 and 2020 competitions on 3 June 2019, filling in as test occasions in front of their facilitating of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The Club World Cup will hold its unique arrangement in front of the patch up in 2021.

FiFa Club World Cup 2019 Qualified Teams

A total of seven teams are qualified for the FIFA Club World Cup 2019.

  1. Flamengo : 2019 Copa Libertadores winner Flamengo will the first time participating in this tournament and entering in the FiFa Club World Cup 2019 semi finals.
  2. Liverpool : 2018-2019 UEFA champions league winner will the second time participating in this tournament and entering in the FIFA Club WC 2019 semi finals.
  3. AL – Hilal : 2019 AFC Champions League winner will the first time participating in this tournament and entering in the FIFA Club WC 2019 second round.
  4. Esperance de Tunis : 2018-2019 CAF Champions league winner will the third time Participating in it and entering in the FIFA Club WC 2019 second round.
  5. Monterrey : 2019 CONCACAF Champions League winner will the fourth time Participating in it and entering in the FIFA Club WC 2019 second round.
  6. Hienghene Sport : 2019 OFC Champions League winner will the first time participating in it and entering in the FIFA Club WC 2019 first round.
  7. Al-Sadd : 2018-2019 Qatar stars league winner will the second time participating in it and entering in the FIFA Club WC 2019 first round.

FIFA Club World Cup 2019 Fixtures

Below the complete schedule of FIFA Club World Cup 2019. All times are Qatar local times.

First round

Wednesday, December 11 – Al-Sadd vs Hienghene Sport (5.30pm GMT)

Second round

Saturday, December 14 – AFC winners vs Esperance de Tunis (2.30pm GMT)

Saturday, December 14 – Monterrey vs Winners of Match 1 (5.30pm GMT)

Match for fifth place

Tuesday, December 17 – Losers of Match 2 vs Losers of Match 3 (2.30pm GMT)

Semi-finals

Tuesday, December 17 – CONMEBOL winners vs Winners of Match 3 (5.30pm GMT)

Wednesday, December 18 – Winners of Match 2 vs Liverpool (5.30pm GMT)

Match for third place

Saturday, December 21 – Losers of Match 6 vs Losers of Match 5 (2.30pm GMT)

Final

Saturday, December 21 – Winners of Match 6 vs Winners of match 5 (5.30pm GMT)

FIFA Club World Cup 2019 Venue

FIFA World Cup 2019 Qatar announced three venues in Doha.

  1. Khalifa International Stadium , Doha – 45, 416
  2. Jassim bin Hamad Stadium, Doha – 11, 918
  3. Education City Stadium , Doha

On December 7, 2019 FIFA moved all three matches that were due to played at the Education City Stadium to Khalifa International Stadium after the opening of the Education City Stadium was postponed to early 2020.

FIFA Club World Cup 2019 Referee & Assistant Referee :

FIFA Club WC 2019 a total of five referees, ten assistant referees and six video assistant referees were appointed for this tournament.

ConfederationRefereeAssistant refereesVideo assistant referee
AFC Abdulrahman Al-Jassim Taleb Al-Marri
 Saoud Al-Maqaleh
 Fu Ming
CAF Mustapha Ghorbal Mahmoud Abouelregal
 Mokrane Gourari
 Bakary Gassama
CONCACAF Ismail Elfath Kyle Atkins
 Corey Parker
 Alan Kelly
CONMEBOL Roberto Tobar Christian Schiemann
 Claudio Rios Ortiz
 Esteban Ostojich
UEFA Ovidiu Hațegan Octavian Șovre
 Sebastian Gheorghe
 Juan Martínez Munuera
 Benoît Millot

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