The Club World Cup draw - which was held today, Tuesday - resulted in an Arab confrontation between Al-Duhail, Qatar, and Al-Ahly, at the start of the two teams' journey in the tournament hosted by Qatar next month.
Six clubs are participating in the tournament, after the withdrawal of New Zealand champion Auckland City and the representative of the Oceania Federation, due to the Corona virus pandemic.
The tournament will start on February 4, with a match between Tigress Unal of Mexico, the champion of the Confederation of North, Central America and the Caribbean (CONCACAF), with the Asian champion Ulsan Hyundai of Korea.
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On the same day, the African champion Al-Ahly meets with the landowner Al-Duhail, and the winner of this Arab summit will meet Bayern Munich, champions of the European Champions League in the semi-finals.
The draw - which was held in the Swiss city of Zurich - won the Libertadores Cup for South American clubs with the winner of the Ulsan and Tigres match in the semi-final.
The Libertadores champion will be decided during the final match between the Brazilian giants Santos and Palmeiras, which will be held on January 30th.
The Clubs World Cup will conclude with the final match at Education City Stadium on February 11th.