Club World Cup 2018
The Club World Cup is a competition not to be missed, as the best football teams from around the world battle it out to be named the best football club in the world. Here at StubHub you will find a range of Club World Cup tickets so you can be there in to see who will be crowned StubHub Philippines champions. The 2017 edition saw European champions Real Madrid beat South American champions Gremio 1-0 thanks to a Cristiano Ronaldo free kick, making it the third time that Real Madrid won the Club World Cup drawing them level now with rivals FC Barcelona and it is also the first time a team has retained the Club World Cup. Can Madrid repeat their success? Who will qualify for the 2018 Club World Cup? With Club World Cup tickets now on sale, get yours here today at StubHub.
Club World Cup format
The tournament involves the winning teams of the Asian Champions League, African Champions League, North American Champions League, Copa Libertadores, O-League and European Champions League, together with the host nation’s national champions. The current Club World Cup teams for the 2018 finals in the UAE are European Champions Real Madrid, Oceania champions Team Wellington, Mexican side Guadalajara and hosts Al-Ain. There are still three places up for grabs, and the final teams will all have the chance to be crowned Club champion of the world in 2018.
What is special about this tournament is that it unites countries from all over the world. The atmosphere inside the stadiums is always explosive, which makes the Club World Cup all the more exciting! Who is your money on in the Club World Cup final? Buy your tickets for the Club World Cup today and cheer whoever you're supporting on from the stands!
Club World Cup winners
The most successful clubs in the history of the Club World Cup are Spanish giants Barcelona and Real Madrid, both of whom have won the tournament three times. Just behind them are Sao Paulo side Corinthians who have two titles to their name. Then, there are a string of teams that have won the trophy once. These are Sao Paolo (Brazil), Internacional (Brazil), AC Milan (Italy), Manchester United (England), Internazionale (Italy) and Bayern Munich (Germany). Be there in Abu Dhabi and find out, in person, which will be the next club to lift the trophy.