FIFA Revealed Squad Lists For Club World Cup 2019 | Wednesday 11 December

The seven contenders for the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019 have named the 23-man teams they hope will catapult them to global fame.

It’s less than a week before the kickoff. Fans all over Qatar are eagerly awaiting to see Liverpool, Flamengo, Monterrey, Esperance Sportive de Tunis, Al Hilal, Hienghene Sport, and host Al Sadd. The latter couple will open the tournament on December 11 at Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium.

The announcement of the squad has revealed that Europe, Africa, and Asia, according to UEFA, CAF, and AFC with Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool), Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) and Akram Afif (Al Sadd).

With 161 players from 32 different countries, the tournament will certainly bring a global feeling. Up to 18 of them have been here before, such as Al Sadd and Monterrey captains Hassan Al Haydos and Jose Maria Basanta, who already appeared on issues in 2011.

Seven Club Squads For FIFA Club World Cup 2019 Qatar

Al Hilal FC Squad

FIFA Revealed Squad Lists For Club World Cup 2019 | Wednesday 11 December
Al Hilal FC Squad

Al-Saad Sports Club Squad

FIFA Revealed Squad Lists For Club World Cup 2019 | Wednesday 11 December
Al-Saad Sports Club Squad

CR Flamengo Squad

FIFA Revealed Squad Lists For Club World Cup 2019 | Wednesday 11 December
CR Flamengo Squad

Esperance Sportive De Tunis Squad

FIFA Revealed Squad Lists For Club World Cup 2019 | Wednesday 11 December
Esperance Sportive De Tunis Squad

Hienghene Sport Squad

FIFA Revealed Squad Lists For Club World Cup 2019 | Wednesday 11 December
Hienghene Sport

Liverpool FC Squad

FIFA Revealed Squad Lists For Club World Cup 2019 | Wednesday 11 December
Liverpool FC Squad

Monterry Squad

FIFA Revealed Squad Lists For Club World Cup 2019 | Wednesday 11 December
Monterry Squad

Who is hosting the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019?

Al Sadd will represent host nation Qatar in the finals after beating the Qatar Stars League 2018/19 and sealing the title with a clear 7-2 win over Al Ahli on 4 April. This is her second appearance after finishing third in 2011.

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