Club World Cup 2021: Bayern Munich to face African champions Al Ahly or Qatar's Al Duhail in semi-finals
The 2020 edition was initially scheduled for December last year but was delayed as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, and because the Copa Libertadores has not yet been completed.
FIFA said in a statement that it will "trial additional permanent substitutions for cases of actual or suspected concussion" at the competition in Qatar on 1-11 February.
European champions Bayern Munich and Qatari side Al-Duhail, who qualify through being hosts, are the only teams yet confirmed for the competition with other continental tournaments around the world delayed by the coronavirus.
Club World Cup unlikely to take place in 2020 due to COVID-19 pandemic, says FIFA's Gianni Infantino
The Club World Cup was due to be staged for a second consecutive year by Qatar as part of preparations for the Gulf nation hosting the World Cup in 2022.
Klopp’s side won the Champions League, Super Cup and Club World Cup titles last year, but the German said that their rivals will look to close the gap.
Coronavirus pandemic: FIFA president Gianni Infantino considering postponement of revamped Club World Cup
Infantino says he will propose talks with the Chinese government and the country's football officials in a call Wednesday with a panel of FIFA vice presidents
Liverpool defender Andy Robertson hopes 'special' Club World Cup win propels club to more silverware in 2020
Liverpool defender Andy Robertson hailed their “special” Club World Cup triumph and said that three titles in the calendar year had left them hungry for more success in 2020.
FIFA Club World Cup 2019: Roberto Firmino scores late winner as Liverpool beat Monterrey to enter final
Substitute Roberto Firmino grabbed a stoppage-time winner as Liverpool beat Mexico’s Monterrey 2-1 on Wednesday to reach the Club World Cup final, where they will play Brazil’s Flamengo.
FIFA Club World Cup 2019: Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says he's not the right person to answer questions about politics in Qatar
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, in Qatar for the Club World Cup, said that it is wrong that managers and players are asked to make judgments on the suitability of a country for hosting global tournaments.
Club World Cup 2019: Liverpool matches to be moved from Education City to Khalifa International Stadium after construction delays
The newly built, 40,000-capacity Education City Stadium has not been fully tested, so the semi-final involving Liverpool plus the final and third-place game will be played at Khalifa International Stadium, FIFA said in a statement
Club World Cup 2019: I'm not someone who has to be the first on the moon or the first winning the World Cup with Liverpool, says manager Jurgen Klopp
Liverpool enter the tournament at the semi-final stage and face a second-round winner on 18 December and Klopp believes the European champions could be pushed hard by unfamiliar opponents in the seven-team competition.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp unsure how he will approach League Cup and Club World Cup matches in less than 24 hours
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said it was too soon to decide exactly how his team will play two games in 24 hours in England and Qatar but it was time to address the regular fixture pile-ups facing top clubs.
Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool will be in the Middle East for the Club World Cup when their League Cup tie against Aston Villa was scheduled to be played in December.
As European champions, Liverpool will enter the competition in the semi-finals with a match against CONCACAF Champions League winners Monterrey, Al Sadd or minnows Hienghene Sport of New Caledonia.
Gianni Infantino re-elected for second term as FIFA president until 2023, says governing body is no longer toxic
Gianni Infantino said Wednesday he had turned FIFA into an organisation "synonymous with credibility" as he was re-elected for a second term as president of world football's governing body.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino believes proposed 24-team Club World Cup could generate $50 billion in commercial income
The Club World Cup in its present format involves only seven teams, but Infantino believes a 24-team competition will bring in huge sums, possibly even more than the $25 billion previously quoted
FIFA president Gianni Infantino to speed up new Club World Cup plans, scrap Confederations Cup in meeting, claims report
Gianni Infantino wants to speed up plans for a new Club World Cup and abolish the Confederations Cup at next week's FIFA council meeting in Miami
UEFA reiterates opposition to FIFA's proposed 24-team Club World Cup and global Nations League, labels them 'unacceptable'
European football clubs, leagues and governing body UEFA have reiterated their opposition to FIFA's plans for two new competitions.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino said on Thursday that world football's governing body is discussing the feasibility of expanding the 2022 World Cup in Qatar to 48 teams.
Real Madrid have now won a record four Club World Cup titles, pulling one clear of arch-rivals Barcelona.