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Japan no longer to organise 2021 FIFA Club World Cup!

FIFA can confirm that it has been informed today, September 9 by the Japan Football Association (JFA) that, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and hosting situation in the country, they are no longer in a position to host the 2021 FIFA Club World Cup. FIFA would like to thank …

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Auckland City nominated for the 2021 FIFA Club World Cup!

The OFC Executive Committee have confirmed their nomination of New Zealand’s Auckland City FC as the Confederation’s representative to participate in the 2021 FIFA Club World Cup. The 2021 OFC Champions League was cancelled due to the various COVID-19 restrictions across our Member Associations, meaning no matches were played. As …

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AFC Statement on the Asean Club Championship!

The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) refers to recent media reports on the Asean Club Championship and the possibility of the tournament’s winner participating in the newly expanded 2021 FIFA Club World Cup in China. The AFC wishes to reiterate that AFC representative teams to the FIFA Club World Cup will …

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FIFA Council unanimously appoints China as hosts of new 2021 FIFA Club World Cup!

The FIFA Council convened today in Shanghai and voted on a number of key steps for the future of international tournaments, including a unanimous decision to appoint China as the host of the first edition of the new FIFA Club World Cup in 2021. The tournament will be played between …

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