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Monday, 3 June 2019

Liverpool & 2019 FIFA Club World Cup: Details revealed

Liverpool & 2019 FIFA Club World Cup

After winning the 2018-19 Champions League, Liverpool will now compete in the FIFA Club World Cup later this year.

So how many trophies will Liverpool play for in 2019-20?

There’s the three domestic trophies: the Premier League, FA Cup and League Cup.

Liverpool will also compete in the traditional curtain-raiser before the season begins, as they’ll face Man City in the Community Shield.

In addition, Liverpool will also compete in the UEFA Super Cup versus Chelsea.

While the Reds will then return to the Champions League next term to defend their title.

Wait. But many have claimed Liverpool won’t play in the Club World Cup?

Over the weekend reports spread claiming Liverpool would not compete in the Club World Cup this summer.

The Sunday Sun, for example, told their readers the following:

Liverpool will NOT play in the Club World Cup this summer despite winning the Champions League.

Fifa have changed the format of the tournament which will now be played once every four years.

However, those reports are plainly wrong.

That’s been confirmed by Associated Press reporter Rob Harris, who has confirmed that Liverpool will play in the Club World Cup before the end of the year.

When is the 2019 Club World Cup?

Rob Harris has confirmed the competition will be staged in December.

At the time of writing it’s unclear where the competition will be held.

Who else will play in the 2019 Club World Cup?

Aside from Liverpool, only three other clubs have booked their spot in the upcoming 2019 Club World Cup.

Espérance de Tunis will represent Africa after they won the CAF Champions League.

Mexican club Monterrey are also in the tournament after lifting the CONCACAF Champions League.

The other club in the competition are Hienghène Sport from New Caledonia, after they won the OFC Champions League.

Also see: Vitaly Uncensored & Kinsey Wolanski: What happened to the Liverpool vs Tottenham Champions League streaker.

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