The 2019 FIFA Club World Cup starts today (11th Dec) and the BBC will broadcast every match live from Qatar.
The competition will feature the champions of each continent, including Liverpool, Flamengo, Al-Hilal, Esperance de Tunis, Monterrey, Hienghene Sport and Al-Sadd.
Liverpool’s games will be shown live on BBC TV and every other match will be available to watch online and on the BBC iPlayer.
Liverpool’s first match will be at the semi-final stage on 18 December, followed by either the final or third-place play-off on 21 December 2019.
“We’re very excited to broadcast the Fifa Club World Cup and show audiences the best teams in world football across our free-to-air channels,” said Philip Bernie, head of BBC TV Sport.
“Along with the Fifa World Cup, Uefa European Championship and FA Cup, this competition is a fantastic addition to the BBC’s football portfolio.”
Al-Sadd v Hienghene Sport (11 December, 17:30 GMT, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport online)
Monterrey v winner of match one (14 December, 17:30 GMT, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport online)
Al-Hilal v Esperance de Tunis (14 December, 14:00 GMT, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport Online)
Fifth-place play-off: Loser of match two v Loser of match three (17 December, 14:30 GMT, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport Online)
Semi-final: Flamengo v winner of match three (17 December, 17:30 GMT, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport Online)
Semi-final: Liverpool v winner of match two (18 December, 17:30 GMT, BBC Two and BBC iPlayer)
Third-place play-off: (21 December, TBC depending on the outcome of 18 December semi-final)
Final: (21 December, TBC depending on the outcome of 18 December semi-final)
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