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    Liverpool and Real Madrid are the first two teams guaranteed to be taking part in the all-new FIFA Club World Cup

    Liverpool and Real Madrid are the first two teams guaranteed to be taking part in the all-new FIFA Club World Cup


    The world football governing body are looking to shake things up by the time 2021 rolls around, bringing in a new format that will see 24 of the best club teams in the world lock horns.

    Teams will be split into three groups of eight in a competition that will last 18 days, and it will come at the expense of the Confederations Cup international tournament in June.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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