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What Time Is FIFA Club World Cup Morocco? Live Online, Preview, Schedule, Venue and TV Channel

FIFA Club World Cup Morocco

Taking place at the start of 2023, FIFA Club World Cup edition 2022 is all set to take place, with seven teams from different regions to battle to be crowned champions. This unique, anticipated event will run from February 1 to February 11 in Morocco.

Viewing Information

  • Date: February 1 – February 11
  • Where: Moulay Abdellah Stadium and Ibn Batouta Stadium
  • TV: FIFA+
  • Streams: OolaTV (anywhere)

FIFA Club World Cup Dates:

The 19th edition of the FIFA Club World Cup is scheduled to kick off today, February 1 – February 11, 2023.

How To watch FIFA Club World Cup Morocco 2022 Live Online:

FIFA+ will stream the whole tournament through FIFA’s official website, Youtube, Twitter, and Facebook handles. Fubo TV, Sling TV, ESPN+, and Paramount + will live stream the tournament. Moreover, fans from the following territories can also stream the competition through below mentioned TV Channels:

FIFA Club World Cup Preview:

Seven top men’s football teams from six continents (Europe, North America, South America, Oceania, Africa, and Asia) participated in the tournament, with six selected from six confederations and one team to be selected from the league champions of the host nation.

Initially, the tournament was scheduled to take place in December 2022 but was postponed due to the 2022 Qatar FIFA World Cup.

FIFA Club World Cup Teams:

The following seven teams are participating in the 2022 FIFA Club World Cup:

Real Madrid (Europe):

Spanish Giants Real Madrid qualified for the competition by winning the 2021-22 edition of the UEFA Champions League, winning the final against Liverpool. Real Madrid is the most successful side in the tournament with four titles under their name and would be looking forward to extending their lead.

Seattle Sounders (North & Central America):

Seattle Sounders qualified for the competition following the win against UNAM, their first-ever CONCACAF tournament win.

Flamengo (South America):

From the South American region, Brazilian club Flamengo qualified for the event after they won the Copa Libertadores final against Athletico Paranaense, their fellow Brazilian side.

Al Hilal (Asia):

Saudi Arabian side Al Hilal will be presenting Asia in the FIFA competition as they beat Pohang Steelers, a South Korean side, in the AFC Champions League final and became the Asian Club Champions.

Auckland City (Oceania):

Following their 3-0 win against French Polynesian side Venus, Auckland City won their tenth OFC Champions League title, qualifying for the FIFA competition in the process as well.

Wydad Casablanca (Africa):

African side Wydad Casablanca qualified for the competition by winning the CAF Champions League, automatically qualifying as the host nation side.

Al Ahly (Africa):

Al Ahly qualified for the competition by making it to the final of the CAF Champions League. Title-winning side Wydad Casablanca automatically qualified as the host nation side, while Al Ahly secured the final place reserved for an African club in the competition.

2023 FIFA Club World Cup Schedule:

A total of seven knockout games will be played. Extra time and penalties are included if necessary. However, third place fixture is an exception, with the game going to penalties if the match draws in 90 minutes.

Following is the complete schedule of the 2022 FIFA Club World Cup:

Wednesday, February 1, 2023:

  • 1st Round – Al Ahly vs. Auckland City 20:00 CET (Ibn Batouta Stadium, Tangier)

Saturday, February 4, 2023:

  • 2nd Round – Wydad Casablanca v Al Hilal 15:30 CET (Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium, Rabat)
  • 2nd Round – Seattle Sounders vs. Al Ahly OR Auckland City 18:30 CET (Ibn Batouta Stadium, Tangier)

Tuesday, February 7, 2023:

  • Semi-final 1 – Flamengo vs. Wydad Casablanca OR Al Hilal 20:00 CET (Ibn Batouta Stadium, Tangier)

Wednesday, February 8, 2023:

  • Semi-final 2 – Seattle Sounders OR Al Ahly OR Auckland City vs. Real Madrid 20:00 CET (Ibn Batouta Stadium, Tangier)

Saturday, February 11, 2023:

  • Third Place – Semi-final 1 loser v Semi-final two loser 16:30 CET (Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium, Rabat)
  • Final – Semi-final 1 winner v Semi-final 2 winner 20:00 CET (Prince Moulay Abdellah Stadium, Rabat)

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