The FIFA Club World Cup is an annual international men's association football competition involving club teams from around the world. It is a competition to find the world's best club football team.
The competition was first contested in 2000 in Brazil (see history), at the time called the FIFA Club World Championship. After the first tournament in 2000, the tournament was not held again until 2005, and then held annually until 2023. For 2025 onwards, the tournament has been revamped, increasing the number of participating teams from 7 to 32, and being held every four years instead of annually.
The inaugural new format edition FIFA Club World cup will be held from 15 June to 13 July, 2025, in the United States. It will be a 32-club men's tournament. The 32 teams will be divided into 8 groups of 4 teams with the top 2 teams in each group qualifying to the knockout stage.
- List of Club World Cup Winners
- History of the FIFA Club World Cup
- Host Countries and Venues for all Club World Cup Tournaments
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