The FIFA Club World Cup

The FIFA Club World Cup is an International men's football annual competition that officially awards the world title. It is managed by football's global governing body, the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA). Seven clubs from six continents qualify for a berth in the FIFA Club World Cup. Six of these teams qualify through winning their respective confederation’s Champions League while one team qualifies through winning the host nation’s local league. Neo Sports has the broadcasting rights for FIFA Club World Cup since 2015, which was held in Japan and got FC Barcelona it's historic 3rd win. In 2016, the champions were Spain's Real Madrid, who once again won the tournament in 2017 – making them the first successful defending champions in the tournament's history and the second team to hold 3 titles. 2018 FIFA Club World Cup will be held in UAE