Morocco to host the next football club world cup next year, FIFA
World football governing body FIFA president Gianni Infantino announced on 16 December 2022 that Morocco will host the next football Club World Cup. The tournament will take place from 1-11 February 2023. Morocco has hosted the Club World Cup in 2013 and 2014.
The most recent edition of the tournament was held in the United Arab Emirates in February 2022 which was won by the English football club Chelsea.
Gianni Infantino also announced that from 2025 onwards the tournament will feature 32 teams.
However the tournament will continue in its existing format for now, featuring the champions of the six continental federations along with the top team from the host nation.
Teams which have qualified for 2023 tournament
Real Madrid of Spain ( will represent Europe), Flamengo of Brazil(South America), Al Hilal of Saudi Arabia(Asia), Wydad Casablanca of Morocco(host country champion club ), Seattle Sounders from the United States(North America) and New Zealand's Auckland City club (Oceania) .
FIFA Club World Cup
It is an international club football championship where the continental club champions participate every year.
The club champions of Asian AFC Championships League, African CAF Championships League, North American CONCACAF Championships League, South America Copa Libertadores, Oceanian OFC Champions League, European UEFA Champions League and the club champion of the host team participates in the tournament.
- The first club world cup was held in 2000 at Brazil which was won by Corinthians Paulista of Brazil.
- Real Madrid football club of Spain has won the cup for the maximum 4 times.
- The Spanish football clubs (Real Madrid 4 times and Barcelona 3 times) have won it a maximum of 7 times.
Current champion: Chelsea club of England
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