Soccer fans, rejoice! The FIFA Club World Cup championship is taking place this December 8-18, hosted in Osaka and Yokohama, Japan. Pitting six continental club football champions against each other in a 10-day international event, it’s a true representation of the far-reaching effect of the game.
Here are the teams that have qualified for the FIFA Club World Cup 2016 tournament:
- Auckland City of New Zealand (OFC Champions League)
- Club América of Mexico (CONCACAF Champions League)
- Real Madrid of Spain (UEFA Champions League)
- Atlético Nacional of Colombia (Copa Libertadores)
- Mamelodi Sundowns of South Africa (AFC Champions League)
- Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors of South Korea (CAF Champions League)
- Kashima Antlers of Japan (AFC Hosts)
Where to Watch FIFA Club World Cup Online
As of now, Fox Sports GO is the only option for live streaming the FIFA magic without a TV. Before checking in, make sure you’re armed with the latest Replay Video Capture for Mac or PC to record every match.
No matter your hectic schedule this year, Replay Video Capture is there to capture any FIFA Club World Cup streaming online and turn it into a high quality video movie file for you to relive at any time! Make personal copies of your favorite FIFA games live streaming on Fox Sports Go and keep them forever, in whatever format you want, to watch again and again.
FIFA Club World Cup Schedule
Check out the complete FIFA Club World Cup match schedule for both hosting cities below.
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