With both the EPL and Champion’s League underway, there’s already plenty to be excited about if you’re a fan of overseas football. And there is something else on the horizon that should keep you strapped in front of the TV – the FIFA Club World Cup. But how can you catch all the action in Australia? Find out here.
How to watch the FIFA Club World Cup in Australia
The 2022 FIFA Club World Cup is available to stream live and on-demand via SBS On Demand, with the full tournament available on the platform.
When does the 2022 FIFA Club World Cup start?
The FIFA Club World Cup kicks-off on February 2, 2023, with the final to be played on February 12. Below are the matches for the FIFA Club World Cup tournament.
- Al Ahly Vs. Auckland City – 4:45am (AEST), Thursday, February 2
- Wydad Casablanca Vs. Al Hilal – 12:15am (AEST), Sunday, February 5
- Seattle Sounders Vs. Al Ahly – 2:45am (AEST), Sunday, February 5
- Semi Final 1: Flamengo Vs. TBC – 4:45am (AEST), Wednesday, February 8
- Semi Final 2: Real Madrid Vs. TBC –4:45am (AEST), Thursday, February 9
- 3rd Place Play-off: TBC Vs. TBC – 1:15am (AEST), Sunday, February 12
- Grand Final: TBC Vs. TBC – 4:45am (AEST), Sunday, February 12
What is the FIFA Club World Cup?
While not one of the most talked about competitions, the FIFA Club World Cup is another chance for clubs to take home a piece of silverware. Starting back in 2000, the FIFA Club World Cup sees seven teams from around the world – six of which are champions of their own confederation, and one from the host nation – compete, with the 2022 tournament hosted in Morocco.
Teams competing in the 2022 FIFA Club World Cup are:
- Flamengo (CONMEBOL Confederation) – Winners of the 2022 Copa Libertadores
- Real Madrid (UEFA Confederation) – Winners of the 2021-22 UEFA Champions League
- Al Hilal (AFC Confederation) – Winners of the 2021 AFC Champions League
- Al Ahly (CAF Confederation) – Runners up of the 2021-22 CAF Champions League
- Seattle Sounders (CONCACAF Confederation) – Winners of the 2022 CONCACAF Champions League
- Auckland City (OFC Confederation) – Winners of the 2022 OFC Champions League
- Wydad Casablanca (CAF/Host Nation) – Winners of the 2021-22 CAF Champions League
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