Club World Cup final to be shown live on Channel 4 with Chelsea chasing trophyPLAYED IN CHELSEA Published: 5:44 ET, Feb 1 2022Updated: 9:54 ET, Feb 1 2022CHELSEA'S quest to win the Club World Cup will be shown LIVE for FREE in the United Kingdom - and could break English football's TV blackout rules. Channel 4 have snapped up the rights to broadcast next week's tournament live from the United Arab Emirates. 2Chelsea will have a chance to win the Club World Cup on February 12Credit: EPA 2The Blues were crowned European Champions last summer to earn their spot in the Club World CupCredit: Reuters Regular viewers of A Place in The Sun will be watching a special sporty edition on Saturday 12 February in the searing Middle East heat.
2 per match)Attendance207, 621 (41, 524 per match)Top scorer(s)Salem Al-Dawsari (Al-Hilal)Pedro (Flamengo)2 goals each← 2021 2023 or 2025 → All statistics correct as of 8 February 2023. The 2022 FIFA Club World Cup (officially known as the FIFA Club World Cup Morocco 2022 presented by Visit Saudi for sponsorship reasons) is the 19th edition of the FIFA Club World Cup, a FIFA-organised international club football tournament between the winners of the six continental confederations, as well as the host nation's league champions.
For the match for third place, no extra time is played, and a penalty shoot-out is held to determine the winner. First roundSecond roundSemi-finalsFinal4 February – Tangier1 February – Tangier Seattle Sounders FC08 February – Rabat Al Ahly3 Al Ahly1 Al Ahly1 Auckland City0 Real Madrid411 February – Rabat Real Madrid7 February – Tangier Al-Hilal4 February – Rabat Flamengo2 Wydad Casablanca1 (3) Al-Hilal3Match for third place Al-Hilal (p)1 (5)11 February – Tangier Al Ahly Flamengo All times are local, CET (UTC+1).  First round Second round Semi-finals Match for third place The match for third place, originally scheduled to be played at Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium, Rabat, was moved on 9 February 2023 to Ibn Batouta Stadium, Tangier, in order to preserve the pitch for the final.  Final Goalscorers As of 8 February 2023.
BBC Sport. 16 December 2022. Archived from the original on 23 December 2022. Retrieved 16 December 2022. ^ Mather, Victor (5 May 2022). "The Sounders Qualified for the Club World Cup. No One Knows When It Is". The New York Times. Archived from the original on 27 May 2022. Retrieved 14 December 2022. ^ "2021 financials and 2023 budget". FIFA. Archived from the original on 14 December 2022. Retrieved 14 December 2022. ^ Rizzo, Marcel (26 February 2022).
 In December, Diario AS reported that Morocco, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates were the final contenders to host the tournament.  On 16 December 2022, the FIFA Council appointed Morocco as the host for the tournament, and confirmed it would take place from 1 to 11 February 2023.  Diario AS also reported that the final of the 2022 AFC Champions League, which had been pushed back to finish in May 2023 due to scheduling issues,  would be moved forward to facilitate the scheduling of the 2022 FIFA Club World Cup.
Players in bold are still active in the competition. Rank Player Goals 1 Salem Al-Dawsari 2 Pedro 3 Ayoub El Amloud Sergio Arribas Mohamed Kanno Ali Maâloul Mohamed Magdy Rodrygo Hussein El Shahat Mohamed Sherif Percy Tau Federico Valverde Luciano Vietto Vinícius Júnior Awards FIFA named a man of the match for the best player in each game at the tournament. Visit Saudi Match Award Match Man of the match Club Opponent Ref.   Gustavo Cuéllar  4  5   Presenting Partner Visit Saudi FIFA Partners Adidas Wanda Group Tournament Supporter Orange Morocco Betano OCP Group ONCF Broadcasters Territory Broadcaster Australia SBS Sport  France Canal+  Indonesia RCTI, iNews, SPOTV Italy Sky Italia Morocco SNRT  United States FOX Sports  Armenia Azerbaijan Belarus Estonia Georgia Ireland Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Latvia Lithuania Moldova Tajikistan Turkey Turkmenistan Ukraine Uzbekistan Saran Media  References ^ a b "Club World Cup: Fifa to stage 32-team tournament from June 2025 - president Gianni Infantino".
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SemifinalsDate Time (Local) Fixture TV/streamingFeb. 7 20:00 CET Flamengo vs. Al Hilal FIFA+Feb. 8 20:00 CET Al Ahly vs. Real Madrid FIFA+While third place match will be played at 16:30 CET on February 11, the final will take place at 20:00 CET on February 11. Last year, FIFA Club World Cup 2023 matches were shown live on Channel 4 in the UK, Fox Sports had the rights to show matches live in the US. One can watch FIFA Club World Cup 2023 matches live on FIFA+. FAQs:What teams are in the Club World Cup 2023? Real Madrid, Wydad Casablanca, Al Hilal, Seattle Sounders, Flamengo, Auckland City, and Al Ahly. Which club has the most World Cup winners? Real Madrid won the most number of times.
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 As the 2022 FIFA Club World Cup would already be held by that time, the AFC confirmed on 23 December 2022 that Al-Hilal would be their representative at the 2022 FIFA Club World Cup as the reigning champions from the 2021 AFC Champions League.  ^ Wydad Casablanca also won the 2021–22 Botola, the host domestic league, on 29 June 2022. ^ a b Al Ahly took the host Morocco's slot as Wydad Casablanca won the 2021–22 CAF Champions League.
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