FIFA Club World Cup

Brazil-Argentina Suspended After Authorities Show Up Mid-Game To Deport Argentines

The highly anticipated, world-stopping World Cup qualifier between Brazil and Argentina in São Paulo ended in farce on Sunday afternoon. The buildup to the match had been dominated by COVID-19 guidelines, which ruled out the Premier League-based players for both countries.

10 Jugadores Diferentes Anotaron En El 10-0 De Guatemala Sobre San Vicente Y Las Granadinas

San Vicente y las Granadinas visitó a Guatemala, en la primera fase de las Clasificatorias Concacaf para el Mundial de Catar, con la misión de no volver a casa con una maleta extra llena de goles. Por lo mismo, entraron al Doroteo Guamuch Flores con una pobladísima línea de cinco defensores. Lamentablemente para ellos, el plan colapsó como un socavón en apenas 94 segundos. Eso le tomó a los chapines en convertir el primer tanto de una jornada que terminaría con un abultado 10-0.

FIFA President Promises Women’s Club World Cup To ‘Revolutionize’ The Game

FIFA president Gianni Infantino says a new Women's Club World Cup is being planned as part of a plan to "revolutionize" the female game.

In an interview with French sports newspaper L'Equipe, Infantino said he was looking forward to the first edition of the already agreed new 24-team men's Club World Cup but said a women's version was in the pipeline too.

"My dream is also to see the birth of the very first Women's Club World Cup. It’s coming very soon. And it will really revolutionize women's football," he said.

La Mano De LewanDIOSki: Bayern Münich Le Roba El Sueño Mundial A Tigres

Al final Tigres no pudo cumplir el sueño de ser campeón del mundo. Compitió, fue digno, pero al final Bayern Munich se quedó con la corona. La victoria de los alemanes fue por la mínima, con intervención del VAR y una polémica que seguro vivirá en la cabeza de los fans felinos por años: la mano de Robert Lewandowski justo antes del gol de Benjamin Pavard y que sentenció el encuentro.

Bayern Munich Matches Barcelona’s Legendary 2009 Side By Winning The Club World Cup

AL RAYYAN, Qatar - Bayern Munich beat Mexico's Tigres UANL 1-0 on Thursday thanks to Benjamin Pavard's winner on the hour, to win the Club World Cup title and earn their sixth trophy in less than nine months.

Pavard scored in the 59th minute following a VAR review and in front of around 12,000 spectators allowed into Education City Stadium, after Tigres keeper Nahuel Guzman had stopped a Robert Lewandowski header.

Thomas Müller Tests Positive For Covid Hours Before Club World Cup Final Kick-Off

AL RAYYAN, Qatar - Bayern Munich midfielder Thomas Müller has tested positive for COVID-19 and will miss the Club World Cup final against Mexico's Tigres UANL on Thursday, world soccer governing body FIFA said.

Bayern, who beat Egypt's Al Ahly in the semifinal on Monday, are eyeing their sixth title in less than nine months after winning all domestic and European trophies in 2020.

Neuer: "En El Fútbol Mexicano No Están Acostumbrados A Nuestro Ritmo"

A pocas horas de disputar la final del Mundial de Clubes ante Tigres, el arquero y capitán del Bayern Münich, Manuel Neuer, habló sobre el rival de turno y aseguró que en el fútbol mexicano no están acostumbrados al ritmo de juego que tienen en la élite de Europa.

Remembering The Day That Corinthians Beat Chelsea In The Club World Cup

It was nighttime at the Yokohama International Stadium in Japan, but early morning in this part of the world. The respectful and silent crowd that usually populates the stands of this Japanese stadium gave way to the warming chants of the Paulista torcida, who never stopped cheering on their team, creating an atmosphere worthy of a final.

The overwhelming majority of Brazilian fans carried Corinthians from the first minute onwards and, with the feeling of playing at home, they went out to play with no holds barred.