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AFC postpones 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers due to COVID-19 restrictions

The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has confirmed upcoming joint qualifying matches for the 2022 FIFA World Cup and 2023 AFC Asian Cup have been postponed until June.

Travel and quarantine restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have been cited by the AFC as the reasons for the joint agreement with FIFA to move the fixtures, scheduled to be held from March 25 to 30. Football fans can buy FIFA World Cup Tickets from our website at discounted prices.

AFC postpones 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers due to COVID-19 restrictions
AFC postpones 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers due to COVID-19 restrictions

Just four matches are now poised to take place during that period including Tajikistan’s home Group F clash with Mongolia and Saudi Arabia’s Group D match against Yemen in Riyadh on March 25.

Australia’s trip to Nepal in Group B and Mongolia’s visit to Japan in Group F are also expected to go ahead as planned on March 30.

Among the matches to be moved include Japan’s Group F meeting with Myanmar, Singapore’s Group D battle against Saudi Arabia and the Group A tussle between China and the Maldives.

The AFC said it was looking to adopt a centralised approach to the rescheduled matches in June and is encouraging Member Associations to put forward cases to host them.

“The AFC continues to place the health and safety of players, teams, match officials and all stakeholders as the highest priority and will work together with its Member Associations to closely monitor the situation in the region,” a statement from the AFC read.

“As part of efforts to ensure the safe and successful completion of the Asian qualifiers, the AFC will open the invitation to Member Associations to host their respective groups in a centralised format and will confirm and communicate in due course the match schedule for the June 2021 international window, where the centralised qualifying matches are scheduled to take place from May 31 to June 15, 2021.”

AFC postpones 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers due to COVID-19 restrictions
AFC postpones 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers due to COVID-19 restrictions

The AFC’s qualification process has been halted since November 2019 as the COVID-19 pandemic has heavily impacted the organisation’s tournaments.

Last week, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Football Association confirmed its FIFA World Cup and 2023 AFC Asian Cup qualifiers had been moved to June.

The UAE had been scheduled to host Malaysia on March 25, before travelling to Indonesia for a tie on March 30.

The UAE Football Association confirmed it would bid to host the matches, with the AFC requiring applications to be submitted by March 5.

A decision on the host will reportedly be made on March 15.

Should the matches be held in June, it would allow for the third round of World Cup qualification to begin in September.

The top four teams in the third round will join tournament hosts Qatar at the World Cup, while a further place could be secured by an Asian team via the intercontinental playoff.

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Football World Cup 2022 – Tender processes to launch in Sub-Saharan Africa for media rights

FIFA is opening two solicitations to delicate (ITT) all the while for the media rights to the FIFA World Cup 2022™ and the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™. FIFA’s leader rivalries, in Sub-Saharan Africa.  Football fans can buy Qatar World Cup Tickets from our website at discounted prices.

The principal ITT is for the media rights to the FIFA World Cup 2022™. The second ITT is for the media rights to the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™. The FIFA World Cup 2022™ will be the 22nd version of the opposition and a one-of-a-kind release. As the principal FIFA World Cup™ in the Middle East and the first to happen in November/December.

Football World Cup 2022 – Tender processes to launch in Sub-Saharan Africa for media rights
Football World Cup 2022 – Tender processes to launch in Sub-Saharan Africa for media rights

With super present-day scenes, ideal playing conditions, and a smaller occasion impression. The host nation will be an extraordinary setting wherein to commend the game and its capacity to associate and move individuals around the globe. The competition will highlight 32 partaking groups and 64 matches. Offering an exceptionally serious gathering stage followed by an energizing knockout stage.

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ will be mutually facilitated by Australia and New Zealand. This will be the first-since forever FIFA Women’s World Cup™ to include a 32-group design extended from 24 groups

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023

Since its initiation in 1991, the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ has developed dramatically to guarantee the crown of the most-watched single-sport occasion for ladies worldwide. The latest version – France 2019 – pulling in a record crowd of over 1.1 billion watchers, and crushing homegrown survey figures in numerous regions.

The delicate cycles will permit FIFA to choose the media organizations that are best positioned to get the necessary transmission responsibilities. To accomplish FIFA’s targets of giving expansive openness to its rivalries and offering fans a great review insight.

Football World Cup 2022 – Tender processes to launch in Sub-Saharan Africa for media rights
Football World Cup 2022 – Tender processes to launch in Sub-Saharan Africa for media rights

Media organizations or associations wishing to partake in both of the delicate cycles can demand the ITT by email. Invested individuals should contact SubSaharaMediaRights@fifa.org

Offer entries to FIFA should be gotten by 10:00 CET on Tuesday, 23 February 2021. Through the offer of media rights for its football competitions. FIFA creates pay which is crucial for help and create football around the globe. For example through the FIFA Forward Development Program.

The accompanying domains are remembered for the ITTs: Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burundi, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Cabo Verde, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Congo DR, Côte d’Ivoire, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Eswatini, Ethiopia, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya.

Other domains are Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao Tome, and Principe, Senegal, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

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Qatar 2022 World Cup games will play to full stadiums, says FIFA boss

GENEVA: World Cup matches will play to full stadiums in Qatar next year, global soccer body FIFA president Gianni Infantino said on Monday. Football fans can buy Qatar Football World Cup 2022 Tickets from our website at discounted prices.

“I am very, very confident (it) will be incredible, will have the same magic, uniting the world,” he told a virtual meeting in Geneva. “We will be back to where we have to be.”

World Cup players were not a priority group for vaccines against COVID-19, he said.

Qatar 2022 World Cup games will play to full stadiums, says FIFA boss
Qatar 2022 World Cup games will play to full stadiums, says FIFA boss

With 3,000 soccer players due to travel internationally for World Cup qualifying games next month, FIFA President Gianni Infantino said on Monday all will conform to health rules in the coronavirus pandemic.

“We will certainly not take any risk for the health of anyone when we play football,” Infantino said in a World Health Organization news conference.

Delays in the 2022 World Cup qualifying program in most continents led FIFA last year to create new games dates next January. They will help make up the backlog in an increasingly tight schedule with broadcasting rights already sold.

In Asia, 40 national teams are due to resume qualifying groups that last played in November 2019.

A total of 135 teams are due to play World Cup qualifiers next month, and 48 more have preliminary games for the 2022 African Cup of Nations.

Qatar 2022 World Cup games will play to full stadiums, says FIFA boss

“We will see where we can play, in what conditions,” the FIFA leader said, pledging to “do it by adhering to a clear health protocol.”

Many of the players due to return home for national duty play for clubs in Europe, including in England which is experiencing an aggressive new variant of COVID-19.

FIFA eased its rules last year that require clubs to release players to national teams. Exemptions were offered if players had to travel to countries imposing mandatory quarantine or self-isolation for at least five days upon arrival or their return.

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FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar venues ready to host the world’s top clubs

With less than two years to go before the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ happens. Two competition scenes will be given a worldwide grandstand when Ahmad Bin Ali and Education City stage the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2020™. Football fans can buy Qatar Football World Cup 2022 Tickets from our website at discounted prices.

The club champions from five of football’s six mainland confederations. Alongside Qatar Stars League holders Al Duhail SC will challenge seven matches to decide the best club side on the planet. The competition will happen from 4-11 February. Two months after the fact than arranged because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar venues ready to host the world’s top clubs
FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar venues ready to host the world’s top clubs

Auckland City, who was named to address the Oceania area at Qatar 2020. Pulled out from the opposition due to COVID-19 isolate measures needed by experts in New Zealand. The competition will give a new chance to Qatar to test the availability of these two scenes, specifically Ahmad Bin Ali.

Amir Cup:

This was introduced on 18 December when it facilitated the 48th Amir Cup last between Al Sadd SC and Al Arabi SC.

Furthermore, the competition will feature Qatar’s conservative nature. Ahmad Bin Ali and Education City are inside nearness of each other. Alongside convenience and vacationer destinations all through the country. They are likewise effectively open using the Doha Metro Green Line, with stations inside strolling distance of every arena.

Just as offering a consistent encounter for players, fans, and authorities. The competition gives a see of what fans can expect when Qatar has the primary FIFA World Cup in the Middle East and the Arab world in 2022.  Here, we investigate the two arenas which will have matches during the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2020.

FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar venues ready to host the world’s top clubs
FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar venues ready to host the world’s top clubs

Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium:

As of late uncovered as the fourth competition prepared to set for Qatar 2022 Ahmad Bin Ali will have three matches at the FIFA Club World Cup 2020. Beginning with a second-round match between CONCACAF Champions League holders Tigres UANL and AFC Champions League victors Ulsan Hyundai on 4 February.

The setting will likewise arrange the opposition’s fifth-place play-off on 7 February. Before playing host to the second semi-last between European monsters Bayern Munich and the victor of the Al Duhail versus Al Ahly second-round match on 8 February.

Found 22km from the Doha downtown area. The 40,000-limit arena is available via vehicle, taxi, and public vehicle. Al Riffa Station – on the Doha Metro Green Line – is situated inside strolling distance of the setting. The arena lies contiguous to the clamoring Mall of Qatar. This is encircled by a scope of local area offices, including football pitches. These are consistently utilized by groups from the Qatar Community Football League.

During Qatar 2022, Ahmad Bin Ali will have seven matches up to the round of 16 phases. After the competition, the arena will turn into the new home of well-known Qatari side Al Rayyan SC.

Education City Stadium:

Introduced last June as the third competition prepared scene for Qatar 2022. Education City will assume a conspicuous part during the FIFA Club World Cup 2020. After facilitating various matches during the 2020 AFC Champions League. Instruction City limit 40,000 will have four matches more than three match days, including the last.

FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar venues ready to host the world’s top clubs

This will incorporate a second-round match between having club Al Duhail and CAF Champions League holders Al Ahly on 4 February. The opposition’s first semi-last, highlighting the victor of the Copa Libertadores and the champ of the Tigres UANL versus Ulsan Hyundai second-round match, on 7 February. The last matchday on 11 February, when the third-place play-off and last are challenged.

Found 13km from Doha downtown area and at the core of Qatar Foundation. A dynamic community for information and advancement. The arena is open from the Doha Metro Green Line. With Education, City Station arranged inside strolling distance of the setting.

Set to have eight matches up to the quarter-finals stage during Qatar 2022. Education City turned into the primary competition setting to get a five-star GSAS maintainability rating. The ‘Precious stone in the Desert’ makes certain to grab the attention of fans in participation and watchers tuning in from around the planet one month from now.

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Olunga Prepares for FIFA Club World Cup Debut


Michael Olunga’s Al Duhail SC will be banking on home support as they get ready to debut in the 2020 Fifa Club World Cup slated for February 4 to 11.

Hosts Al Duhail will meet African kings Al Ahly in the second round on February 4 at the 40,000-seater Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan with the winner booking a semi-final date against European champions Bayern Munich on February 7.

Al Duhail captain Almoez Ali, who emerged as the 2019 Asian Cup best player and top scorer, told the club’s website that they are looking forward to getting support from all the Qatari fans.

“In the last edition, Al Sadd found great support from all the Qatari fans. Now that we are participating, we call on all Qatari football fans to support us because we do not represent our team only, but all of Qatar.

Olunga Prepares for FIFA Club World Cup Debut
Olunga Prepares for FIFA Club World Cup Debut

With the presence and support of the 12th man, we will fight on the field to make a clear mark in this tournament,” said the Sudanese-born forward, who guided 2022 FIFA World Cup hosts to win the Asian Cup for the first time two years ago.

Egyptian giants Al Ahly along with South Korea’s Asian Champions League winners Ulsan Hyundai were the first teams to land in Qatar on Friday followed by North, Central America, and Caribbean champions Tigres UANL from Mexico on Saturday.

Seven-time Qatar champions Al Duhail warmed up for the annual event with a 6-0 thrashing of Al Ahli Doha in Amir Cup on January 25 with Olunga grabbing a hat-trick.

Olunga joined Al Duhail on January 12 from Kashiwa Reysol where he had guided the side to a seventh-place finish on its return to Japan’s top-tier league (J1 League) in 2020. He emerged as the top scorer with 28 goals and voted the Player of the Year.

Their road to the second round was shortened by a match after Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) flag-bearer Auckland City withdrew because of tough coronavirus restrictions in New Zealand.

Al-Ahly is not new to the Club World Cup. They have taken part in the 2005, 2006, 2008, 2012, and 2013 editions.

Olunga Prepares for FIFA Club World Cup Debut

Tigres and Ulsan will duel in another second-round match at the 40,000-seater Ahmed bin Ali Stadium. The winner of this contest will play South American champion Palmeraism who defeated Santos 1-0 in the CONMEBOL Copa Libertadores final on January 30.

The 2020 FIFA Club World Cup was initially slated for December 2020 but was pushed to February 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Semi-finals are slated for February 7, while the third-place playoff and final will take place on February 11.

Hosts Qatar said 12, 000 fans will be allowed into the stadiums during the Club World Cup (30 percent of the capacity of the stadium).

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Football World Cup – Breakaway Super League players would be banned from World Cup 2022

World football administering body FIFA has said players who highlight in any breakaway European Super League would be prohibited from playing in FIFA rivalries, including the World Cup. Football fans can buy FIFA World Cup 2022 Tickets from our website at discounted prices.

Sources told ESPN in October that any breakaway competition, which would adequately supplant the Champions League, could be bound to disappointment. As it would battle to get a vital endorsement from overseeing bodies.

Football World Cup – Breakaway Super League players would be banned from World Cup 2022
Football World Cup – Breakaway Super League players would be banned from World Cup 2022

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– Marcotti: How a Super League could occur

In a joint explanation with European administering body UEFA and the other five mainland confederations on Thursday. FIFA said it would not perceive any such breakaway. “Considering ongoing media hypothesis about the formation of a shut European.

”Super League’ by some European clubs, FIFA and the six confederations (AFC, CAF, CONCACAF, CONMEBOL, OFC, and UEFA) by and by might want to repeat. And unequivocally accentuate that such opposition would not be perceived by either FIFA or the particular confederation,” the assertion said.

“Any club or player engaged with such an opposition would as an outcome not be permitted to take an interest in any opposition coordinated by FIFA or their confederation.”

European Super League:

It viably implies any player at a club in the European Super League would be restricted from worldwide football. They would not have the option to address their country in the World Cup or World Cup qualifiers.

While confederations would likewise restrict them from playing in mainland competitions. Like the European Championship, Copa America, CONCACAF Gold Cup, and UEFA Nations League.

The possibility of a breakaway association, as an option in contrast to UEFA’s lead Champions League. This has been drifted for a long time, yet theory has heightened in the previous two years.

While the assertion rehashes FIFA’s longstanding approach that all rivalries ought to be perceived by public organizations and confederations. The circumstance and joint nature of the revelation demonstrate a developing worry. This time the dangers of a breakaway class could be something beyond an arranging strategy from the huge clubs.

Football World Cup – Breakaway Super League players would be banned from World Cup 2022

Der Spiegel:

In November 2018, the German magazine Der Spiegel, referring to released archives. Revealed that Real Madrid had been making arrangements for a Super League to highlight the mainland’s greatest clubs.

Albeit some of those clubs denied they were in talks. Real president Florentino Perez has kept on discussing the requirement for significant changes in European club rivalry. In October, active Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu said he had marked the club up to a Super League.

“The governing body affirmed the necessities to take an interest in a future European Super League, a task advanced by the huge clubs in Europe,” he said.

On Monday, Perez ventured out to Turin to meet Juventus president Andrea Agnelli, who is top of the European Club Association (ECA), which addresses the greatest groups on the mainland.

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Qatar Football World Cup 2022 – For local glory and global opportunity

The 6th version of the CAF African Nations Championship begins at this end of the week. Competition saved for African players contending in mainland’s public groups. For certain groups, likewise fills in as dress practice before Qatar 2022 qualifiers continue. Football fans can buy  FIFA World Cup 2022 Tickets from our website at discounted prices.

‘Out of the picture and therefore irrelevant’ goes the familiar proverb. Also, for African football fans, occasions to see a significant number of their top internationals can be uncommon, with a great deal playing outside the landmass. This could clarify the energy with which fans welcome every version of the CAF African Nations Championship.

Qatar Football World Cup 2022 – For local glory and global opportunity
Qatar Football World Cup 2022 – For local glory and global opportunity

This opposition is held only for players from the Mother Continent who is dynamic in its public titles. Subsequently empowering fans to see players they watch week-in-week-out in the homegrown classes gladly wearing their public group tones.

The 2020 release, moved to 2021 as a result of Covid-19 and being facilitated by Cameroon. This will be particularly significant for those called up. Introducing as it does the opportunity for them to have a special interest in a crew place in front of the second round of meeting all requirements for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™.

In which every one of the 16 groups is as yet included. FIFA.com investigates a portion of the competitors just before the mainland standoff.

Key information

Dates: 16 January to 7 February 2021

Host country: Cameroon (Douala, Limbe, Yaounde)

Guarding champions: Morocco

Members: – Group A: Cameroon, Zimbabwe, Mali, Burkina Faso – Group B: Libya, Niger, Congo DR, Congo – Group C: Morocco, Togo, Rwanda, Uganda – Group D: Zambia, Tanzania, Guinea, Namibia

The unique situation

This 6th version was initially set to happen in Ethiopia, before being changed to Cameroon and rescheduled for April 2020. After then being deferred because of the pandemic, the opposition at long last gets in progress this week in Cameroon. This will likewise have the CAF Africa Cup of Nations one year from now.

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The initial game will see the host country take on Zimbabwe on 16 January at the Ahmadou Ahidjo Stadium in Yaounde, where the last will likewise happen on 7 February.

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Hosts under tension: As they plan for their fourth appearance at the occasion and the principal significant men’s competition to be arranged in Cameroon since the 1972 Africa Cup of Nations, the Indomitable Lions will be restless to enhance their quarter-last exits of 2011 and 2016, and make amends for completing lower part of their gathering in 2018.

In any case, the hosts disappointed in their arrangement games (two thrashings and a draw), despite a forward line including two strikers with European involvement with the state of Jacques Zoua and Yannick Ndjeng.

A Moroccan walk:

The Atlas Lions were agreeable victors on home soil at the last version in 2018, thanks in no little part to a relentless Ayoub El Kaabi. The forward got the top scorer and best player grants and constrained his way into Herve Renard’s crew for Russia 2018.

Three years on, he keeps on sharpening his specialty in his public alliance, presently playing for Wydad Casablanca after a short advance spell in China PR, and speaks to his side’s most obvious opportunity with regards to holding the title.

Previous worldwide Mustapha Hadji, the partner to senior group mentor Vahid Halilhodzic. He has been entrusted with intently checking the exhibitions of five parts in Cameroon. These are Abdelkrim Baaddi, Yahya Jabrane, Hicham El Mejhad, Soufiane Rahimi, and Abdelilah Hafidi.

Qatar Football World Cup 2022 – For local glory and global opportunity
Qatar Football World Cup 2022 – For local glory and global opportunity

Another supernatural occurrence for Libya? Victors in 2014 and semi-finalists four years after the fact, Libya have done some incredible things with their groups of nearby players during a period when the country’s public title has consistently been dropped.

By and by this year, it appears fortune is preferring the Mediterranean Knights who, regardless of being killed by Tunisia in qualifying, in any case, made sure about a spot following the resulting withdrawal of the Eagles of Carthage.

Cranes expecting lift-off:

In this their fifth interest (a record they share with Congo DR and Zimbabwe). Uganda looks preferred prepared over ever to at last move beyond the gathering stage. Instructed by Northern Irishman Johnathan McKinstry, who drove Rwanda in the 2016 release. The Cranes will take certainty from their 2019 CECAFA Cup title.

On the other side, be that as it may, Patrick Kaddu, the top scorer in the passing period of this African Nations Championship. Later finished the paperwork for Moroccan club RS Berkane and is accordingly ineligible for the competition.

Panthers back for additional: Winners in 2009 and 2016, Congo DR would cherish a third title on their return, after missing the 2018 version. The Leopards welcome back previous mentor Florent Ibenge. He had recently appreciated accomplishment with the full public group. Before leaving his post in 2019 after a disillusioning presentation in that year’s Cup of Nations.

The current crew draws vigorously from the two neighborhood goliaths. TP Mazembe and AS Vita-Club, and has three players – Micah Mika, Ley Matampi, and Ricky Tulenge. They were important for the group that won the 2016 title.

What they said:

“Well disposed matches are not equivalent to serious ones. In rivalry, some of the time it’s the most decided group that successes. We need to satisfy our name of Indomitable Lions by giving our all in each game. Our nation has put an incredible arrangement in facilitating this competition, so we can’t leave that alone in vain. We’ll be giving everything.” – Jacques Zoua, Cameroon striker and Africa Cup of Nations victor in 2017

Qatar Football World Cup 2022 – For local glory and global opportunity
Qatar Football World Cup 2022 – For local glory and global opportunity

“On the off chance that we get ready well, at that point, things should turn out for us. We believe in this gathering of players because the majority of those chosen as of now partook in the 2019 CECAFA Cup.” – Johnathan McKinstry, Uganda mentor, and 2019 CECAFA Cup champ.

“There’s still work to be done however we’re near being prepared since time is running short requirements. The [preparation] games were welcome and permitted us to see a portion of our weaknesses and prepare for the finals. We’re speaking to a whole country so there’s no edge for a blunder.” – Gnama Akate, Togo chief.

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Breakaway Super League players would be banned from World Cup – FIFA

World football governing body FIFA has said players who feature in any breakaway European Super League would be banned from playing in FIFA competitions, including the World Cup.

Sources told ESPN in October that any breakaway tournament, which would effectively replace the Champions League, could be doomed to failure, as it would struggle to get crucial approval from governing bodies.

– Stream ESPN FC Daily on ESPN+ (U.S. only)
– Marcotti: How a Super League could happen

Breakaway Super League players would be banned from World Cup - FIFA
Breakaway Super League players would be banned from World Cup – FIFA

In a joint statement with European governing body UEFA and the other five continental confederations on Thursday, FIFA said it would not recognise any such breakaway.

“In light of recent media speculation about the creation of a closed European ‘Super League’ by some European clubs, FIFA and the six confederations (AFC, CAF, CONCACAF, CONMEBOL, OFC and UEFA) once again would like to reiterate and strongly emphasise that such a competition would not be recognised by either FIFA or the respective confederation,” the statement said.

“Any club or player involved in such a competition would as a consequence not be allowed to participate in any competition organised by FIFA or their respective confederation.”

It effectively means any player at a club in the European Super League would be banned from international football. They would not be able to represent their country in the World Cup or World Cup qualifiers, while confederations would also ban them from playing in continental tournaments like the European Championship, Copa America, CONCACAF Gold Cup and UEFA Nations League.

The idea of a breakaway league, as an alternative to UEFA’s flagship Champions League, has been floated for many years, but speculation has intensified in the past two years.

While the statement restates FIFA’s longstanding policy that all competitions should be recognised by national federations and confederations, the timing and joint nature of the declaration indicates a growing concern that this time the threats of a breakaway league could be more than just a negotiating tactic from the big clubs.

Breakaway Super League players would be banned from World Cup – FIFA

In November 2018, German magazine Der Spiegel, citing leaked documents, reported that Real Madrid had been making plans for a Super League to feature the continent’s biggest clubs.

Although a number of those clubs denied they were in talks, Real president Florentino Perez has continued to talk of the need for major changes in European club competition.

In October, outgoing Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu said he had signed the club up to a Super League.

“The board of directors approved the requirements to participate in a future European Super League, a project promoted by the big clubs in Europe,” he said.

On Monday, Perez travelled to Turin to meet Juventus president Andrea Agnelli, who is head of the European Club Association (ECA), which represents the biggest teams on the continent.

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UEFA Super Cup – Bayern Munich vs. Sevilla probable line-ups and match stats

Robert Lewandowski will be hoping to lead high pitch champs Bayern Munich to one more title when they take on Sevilla in the UEFA Super Cup at the Puskas Arena in Budapest on Thursday (kick-off: 9pm CEST/8pm BST/3pm ET). UEFA Super Cup fans can book UEFA Super Cup Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

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Lewandowski was the impetus for Bayern’s decisive victory in 2019/20. With 55 objectives in 46 appearances over the Bundesliga, DFB Cup and UEFA Champions League, he turned into the main individual to win the mainland high pitch and finish as top scorer in every one of the three rivalries.

UEFA Super Cup Tickets - Bayern Munich vs. Sevilla probable line-ups and match stats
UEFA Super Cup – Bayern Munich vs. Sevilla probable line-ups and match stats

The Poland skipper quickly got off the imprint in the new mission when he won and changed over a punishment in the Munich club’s record-breaking opening Bundesliga game against Schalke. He additionally pulled out a rabona help for Thomas Müller in the 8-0 triumph.

However missing in preparing on Monday with a thump, is relied upon to begin. Alphonso Davies missed Friday’s down as a safety measure with a solid physical issue, however the Canadian is required to be fit to begin again at left-back in the Hungarian capital.

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Kingsley Coman could likewise return instead of new marking Leroy Sane, whose 73 minutes of activity against childhood club Schalke – creating one objective and two helps – was the longest he’s played in a serious apparatus since June 2019. Super Cup fans can book Bayern vs Sevilla Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

European heroes for a 6th time subsequent to beating Paris Saint-Germain 1-0 in August. Bayern are focusing on a second European Super Cup to go with the one they won in 2013 against Chelsea, on the rear of their last high pitch. Manuel Neuer, Javi Martinez, Jerome Boateng, David Alaba and Müller all played in that shootout win in Prague.

UEFA Super Cup Tickets - Bayern Munich vs. Sevilla probable line-ups and match stats
UEFA Super Cup – Bayern Munich vs. Sevilla probable line-ups and match stats

Sevilla have become regulars in this irregular match between the victors of the Champions League and UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League, having won the last a record multiple times over the most recent 15 years. Their most recent victory saw them beat Inter Milan 3-2 at Cologne’s Rhein Energie Stadion.

Having recently taken out Roma, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Manchester United in the finals competition in Germany. Previous Borussia Mönchengladbach striker Luuk de Jong was the saint on the night with a first-half support. The Andalusians have since fortified by re-marking previous Schalke midfielder Ivan Rakitic from Barcelona.

Sergio Escudero:

Left-back Sergio Escudero was additionally once a partner of Neuer in Gelsenkirchen. Skipper Jesus Navas scored an own objective as Bayern won 2-1 on total in the main past serious experiences between these clubs. Sevilla were offered an all-encompassing reprieve following their Europa League win.

This means their initial two class installations were deferred and that the Super Cup is their first serious apparatus of the 2020/21 mission.

UEFA Super Cup Tickets - Bayern Munich vs. Sevilla probable line-ups and match stats
UEFA Super Cup – Bayern Munich vs. Sevilla probable line-ups and match stats

Match details:

  • Bayern are unbeaten in their last 31 matches, winning 30 while scoring 106 objectives.
  • Lewandowski has scored 16 objectives in 15 serious matches this schedule year, remembering five for six European apparatuses.
  • Hansi Flick’s side turned into the primary group in history to dominate each match in transit to lifting last season’s UEFA Champions League (11 successes).
  • The record Bundesliga champions won the Super Cup without precedent for 2013 by beating Chelsea on punishments, after the challenge completed 2-2 after extra-time.
  • Sevilla lost their solitary past gathering with Bayern, in the 2017/18 Champions League quarter-finals, 2-1 on total.
  • Rakitic showed up for Schalke between July 2007 and January 2011, delivering 12 objectives and 23 helps. He has lost seven of his 10 past experiences against Bayern.

Plausible line-ups

Bayern: Neuer (c) – Pavard, Süle, Boateng, Davies – Kimmich, Goretzka – Gnabry, Müller, Coman – Lewandowski

Out: Nianzou (thigh)

Far fetched: Alaba (strong)

Mentor: Hansi Flick

Sevilla: Bono – Navas (c), Kounde, Carlos, Escudero – Rakitic, Gudelj, Fernando – Suso, de Jong, Ocampos

Out: –

Far fetched: –

Mentor: Julen Lopetegui

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UEFA Super Cup: Coman on Bayern’s chances of victory

“It won’t be simple,” says Bayern’s UEFA Champions League last match-victor as he gets ready to watch the UEFA Super Cup game from far off. UEFA Super Cup fans can book UEFA Super Cup Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

Kingsley Coman is probably not going to overlook 23 August 2020, the day he scored the triumphant objective for Bayern Munchen in the UEFA Champions League last against the previous club Paris Saint-Germain.

UEFA Super Cup Tickets : Coman on Bayern's chances of victory
UEFA Super Cup: Coman on Bayern’s chances of victory

Presently disengaging after coming into contact with somebody who had tried positive for COVID-19, the 24-year-old is probably not going to highlight in the UEFA Super Cup game against Sevilla in Budapest on 24 September – yet the France winger addressed UEFA.com about the match and his otherworldly August night in Lisbon.

On the Super Cup:

We generally need to win and get as much flatware as possible. It is anything but a prize you get the opportunity to play for regularly because it’s just by winning the Champions League that you get the chance to challenge it. We’ve currently got the chance to play for it and we’ll be giving our everything to win it.

It’ll be a decent game. [Sevilla are] a side who keep the ball well overall and are great under lock and key, like most Spanish groups. It won’t be simple, however, I accept we’ll have the option to win insofar as we’re fit as a fiddle and show our assurance.

UEFA Super Cup Tickets : Coman on Bayern's chances of victory
UEFA Super Cup : Coman on Bayern’s chances of victory

On his UEFA Champions League last victor

It happened rapidly and I was in the zone. The ball was on the right-hand side, so I drew nearer to the middle. At the time, you can’t generally consider it; the ball came and I headed it. It’s unquestionably not my quality; I was even somewhat terrified when I headed it, however, it went in.

Frightened? Continuously. That hasn’t changed. You can see it. Not long before I head the ball, I close my eyes. It’s instinctual. It’s a characteristic reflex. I generally attempt to keep my eyes open, yet ultimately I have that reflex. Super Cup fans can book Bayern vs Sevilla Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

The day preceding the match, we chipped away at completing and headers in preparing and I didn’t score a solitary header. By and large, when I head the ball, I’m terrified and individuals ridicule me. That is the thing that consistently occurs, so everybody removed the mickey from me, yet it was positive.

UEFA Super Cup Tickets : Coman on Bayern's chances of victory
UEFA Super Cup : Coman on Bayern’s chances of victory

On his festivals in Lisbon:

For the most part, I don’t particularly commend my objectives since scoring doesn’t generally give me any chills or feelings – I favor making openings. That is the reason, now and again, I don’t celebrate because I don’t have that small something inside letting me know.

Definitely, amazing!’ But this time, for that objective, I beat my chest because the feelings were running high; it was wonderful. I felt such astounding feelings inside. There was a good feeling following the season, the circumstance, and an entire host of things.

We as a whole buckled down during that period, which was truly intense for everybody. We were cheerful because triumphant was a major compensation for all the difficult work we put in during that energy. It was a nice sentiment to realize that working as far as possible and indicating discipline each day at last paid off.

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