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FC Barcelona And Nike Announce Landmark Partnership - Forbes
It also helps boaster a long list of Nike, Inc. sponsorships which includes several soccer clubs throughout the world and numerous teams in almost every professional sport further expanding their influence in the sports world. Nike President Trevor ...and more »
Messi Has Almost Triple As Many Trophies As Ronaldo - Soccer Laduma
So far, the 31-year-old has lifted just seven trophies since his then world-record move to the Santiago Bernabeu – one La Liga, two Copa del Reys, one UEFA Champions League, one UEFA Super Cup, one FIFA Club World Cup and one Spanish Super Cup.and more »
FIFA Club World Cup 2015 - FIFA.com
Which continent's champions will claim club football's biggest international crown: South America or Europe? This question will be answered on Sunday as River Plate and Barcelona face each other in a competitive fixture for the first time ever, in the ...
River reach final with narrow win - FIFA.com
River Plate booked their place in the final of the FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2015 thanks to a 1-0 win over Sanfrecce Hiroshima in what was a keenly contested and close encounter from first minute to last. Lucas Alario's 72nd-minute goal was the ...
Who will win the FIFA Club World Cup? - FIFA.com
Japan is ready to host the seven teams looking to end the year as the kings of world football. This, the 12th FIFA Club World Cup, is the seventh to be held in Japan and will feature one club who has never appeared in the tournament before. River Plate ...
About FIFA Club World Cup
The FIFA Club World Cup is a club football competition in men's soccer, organized by FIFA. It includes the club champions of the six Football Confederations: CAF, CONMEBOL, UEFA, AFC, OFC, and CONCACAF. Starting in 2007, host countries must play a qualifying play-off against the club champions of Oceania, as only seven participants are allowed in the competition. The FIFA Club World Cup usually takes place around December over a 2-week period. The 2009 FIFA Club World Cup will take place in Abu Dhabi, UAE.