The United States vie to host the Club World Cup as Real Madrid eye the six

The United States is a serious candidate to host the next FIFA Club World CupAS learned.

With this season’s global football schedule under pressure due to the decision to hold the World Cup in Qatar in November and December, FIFA has yet to confirm when – or if – the club championship will continue.

Club World Cup in the first week of February?

As things stand, The governing body for world football is looking forward to the week of February 6-12, 2023 For the semi-finals and final of the FIFA Club World Cup, in which the champions of each continental union participate.

These possible dates fall before the first round of the UEFA Champions League Round of 16, which is scheduled to take place on February 14 and 15.

In Spain, The dates proposed by FIFA conflict with the King’s CupThe first-leg matches of the semi-finals were scheduled for February 8 and 9. However, if Champions League holders Real Madrid qualify for the round of four in the domestic cup competition, the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) will be willing to adapt.

Aware of the importance that FIFA attaches to the Club World Cup, the Spanish Football Federation will seek to establish an alternative date in which Los Blancos can play a quarter-final match in Cuba.

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Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos lifts the FIFA Club World Cup in 2017.KARIM SAHIBFrance Press agency

FIFA unable to strike deal with Abu Dhabi, China

FIFA had sought to host the Club World Cup in Abu Dhabi, which hosted the last editions of the event, while China was also in competition. but, No agreement could be reached with either place, which prompted the United States to emerge as the first candidate to hold the tournament.

As European champions, Real Madrid will be knocked out in the semi-finals, as well as the winner of the Copa Libertadores in South America, which is currently taking place. The Libertadores final, scheduled for October 29, will be an all-Brazilian match between Flamengo and Atlético Paranaense.

Real Madrid is keen to shoot a historic hexagon

Madrid, who have won the Club World Cup four times, are Keen to ensure that competition is held this seasonbecause they set themselves the goal of securing the first hexagonal in the club’s history.

Without the FIFA championship, Carlo Ancelotti’s men will be limited to five pieces at most of the titles in 2022/23: the European Super Cup (he won against Eintracht Frankfurt in August), the Spanish Super Cup, the League, the King’s Cup and the Champions League.

Madrid have a lot of prestige in the US – as shown in the July Clásico with Barcelona in Las Vegas, 80% of the fans in the stands at the Allegiant Stadium were Los Meringue supporters.

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