Fifa Club World Cup

Exclusive broadcast rights to the 2019 and 2020 editions of the Fifa Club World Cup have been acquired by Singtel Optus, the Australia -based telecommunications company, for its OTT service Optus Sport

Branding and signage firm The Look Company has signed as the second National Supporter of Fifa Club World Cup 2019 in Qatar

Following the Asian Football Confederation's annual executive committee meeting in Hong Kong yesterday (Sunday), the AFC announced plans to appoint hosts for the 2027 Asian Cup "as soon as possible" to…

Saran Media, the Turkish rights agency, has renewed its deal for the exclusive rights in Turkey to the 2019 and 2020 Fifa Club World Cup tournaments

Exclusive broadcast rights to the 2019 and 2020 editions of the Fifa Club World Cup have been acquired by beIN Media Group, the Qatar-based pay-TV broadcaster, across the Middle East and North Africa

Middle Eastern logistics firm GWC has signed as the first Official National Supporter of the 2019 Fifa Club World Cup in Qatar. The company will deliver logistics and supply chain services for the event

Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez has been appointed president of the World Club Football Association, a new body that will be a platform for dialogue between football clubs and Fifa.

The Asian Football Confederation has said the only Asian qualifiers for the revamped Fifa Club World Cup will be via the AFC Champions League, contradicting a claim that the Asean Football Federation's…

The 2025 Fifa Club World Cup could reportedly be held in North America ahead of the following year's World Cup, which is being hosted by the United States, Canada and Mexico

Fifa has today (Thursday) confirmed that China will become the first host of its expanded Club World Cup in 2021, stating that the revamped format will have a “major impact” financially.

China is set to be appointed host of the inaugural edition of an expanded football Club World Cup in 2021

Fifa has confirmed the host venues for the 2019 Club World Cup, stating Qatar’s plans for the tournament will give fans a taste of what to expect at the 2022 World Cup in the country.

Fifa has awarded Qatar the rights to host the next two editions of the Fifa Club World Cup in 2019 and 2020

Fifa has voted to approve plans to launch a revamped, 24-team Club World Cup in June 2021, despite opposition from Europe’s leading clubs.

The 15 clubs on the European Club Association’s (ECA) Executive Board signed a letter advising Fifa they would boycott the governing body’s revised Club World Cup ahead of today’s Fifa Council in Miami…

LaLiga president Javier Tebas has heavily criticised Uefa’s plans to reform the Champions League and has put his full support behind Fifa’s proposal for a quadrennial Club World Cup.

Fifa Council members will vote in Miami on Friday on a proposal to launch an expanded 24-team Club World Cup in the summer of 2021.

Gianni Infantino's plans to launch a $25bn (€22bn) overhaul of world soccer competitions has been postponed after Fifa set up a taskforce to examine proposals for a new Club World Cup and Global Nations L…