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Second Round
Osaka, 11 december 08:00h
  • 1jeonbuk Jeonbuk Motors
  • 2 Club America Club América
Second Round
Osaka, 11 december 11:30h
  • 0 MamelodiMamelodi Sundowns
  • 2 KashimaKashima Antlers
Semi-final
Yokohama, 15 december 11:30h
  • 0Club AmericaClub América
  • 2Real MadridReal Madrid
Semi-final
Osaka, 14 december 11:30h
  • 0Atlético NacionalAtlético Nacional
  • 3 KashimaKashima Antlers
Final
Yokohama, 18 december 11:30h
  • 4Real MadridReal Madrid
  • 2 KashimaKashima Antlers
Third place
Yokohama, 18 december 08:00h
  • 2(3)Club AmericaClub América
  • 2(4)Atlético NacionalAtlético Nacional
 

Teams

Squad

  • Ishii Masatada Coach
  • 1 Masatoshi Kushibiki Goalkeeper
  • 3 Gen Shoji Defender
  • 6 Ryota Nagaki Midfielder
  • 8 Shoma Doi Forward
  • 10 Gaku Shibasaki Midfielder
  • 11 Fabricio Forward
  • 13 Atsutaka Nakamura Midfielder
  • 14 Hwang Seokho Defender
  • 16 Shuto Yamamoto Defender
  • 17 Bueno Defender
  • 18 Shuhei Akasaki Forward
  • 20 Kento Misao Midfielder
  • 21 Hitoshi Sogahata Goalkeeper
  • 22 Daigo Nishi Defender
  • 23 Naomichi Ueda Defender
  • 24 Yukitoshi Ito Defender
  • 25 Yasushi Endo Midfielder
  • 29 Shinichiro Kawamata Goalkeeper
  • 32 Taro Sugimoto Midfielder
  • 33 Mu Kanazaki Forward
  • 34 Yuma Suzuki Forward
  • 35 Taiki Hirato Midfielder
  • 40 Mitsuo Ogasawara Midfielder

The team

Tournament hosts Kashima Antlers qualified for this year's Club World Cup, which is being staged in their native Japan, by lifting the J. League title after a two-legged success over the Urawa Red Diamonds. Mū Kanazaki, who hit a double in the second leg, is one of the key cogs in the Japanese outfit's system. The club boasts an honours list featuring 23 domestic titles, which includes eight league crowns and five Japanese Super Cups.

Kashima Antlers

Honours

J.League (8).
Xerox Super Cup (5).
Yamazaki Nabisco Cup (5).
Emperor's Cup (4).
East Asian Champions Cup (1).

Source: Official club website

Squad

  •  Reinaldo Rueda  Coach
  • 1 Cristian Bonilla Goalkeeper
  • 2 Daniel Bocanegra Defender
  • 3 Felipe Aguilar Defender
  • 4 Roderick Miller Forward
  • 5 Francisco Nájera Defender
  • 6 Mateus Uribe Midlfelder
  • 7 Ezequiel Rescaldini Forward
  • 8 Diego Arias Midlfelder
  • 9 Miguel Borja Forward
  • 10 Macnelly Torres Midlfelder
  • 11 Andrés Ibargüen Forward
  • 12 Alexis Charales Defender
  • 14 Elkin Blanco Midlfelder
  • 15 Juan Pablo Nieto Midlfelder
  • 18 Alejandro Guerra v
  • 19 Farid Diaz Defender
  • 20 Alejandro Bernal Midlfelder
  • 21 Jhon Mosquera Forward
  • 23 Edwin Velasco Defender
  • 25 Christian Vargas Goalkeeper
  • 28 Orlando Berrio Forward
  • 30 Arley Rodríguez Forward
  • 31 Franco Armani Goalkeeper

The team

After running out 2-1 aggregate winners over Independiente del Valle, Atlético Nacional claimed the Copa Libertadores crown and with it sealed their place at the Club World Cup in Japan. Atlético are Colombia's most decorated side, as reflected by their 26-strong title haul, a return which has earned them the nickname as the "King of the Cups". Spearheading the Colombian side's attack is Miguel Borja, who at 23 has become his side's main marksman.

Atlético Nacional

Honours

  • League titles (15).
  • Copa Libertadores (2).
  • Colombian Cup (3).
  • Colombian Superleague (2).
  • Copa Merconorte (2).
  • Interamerican Cup (2).

Source: Official club website

Squad

  • Ricardo La Volpe Coach
  • Hugo González Goalkeeper
  • 2 Paolo Goltz Defender
  • 3 Gil Burón Defender
  • 4 Eric Pimentel Defender
  • 5 Javier Guémez Midfielder
  • 6 Miguel Samudio Defender
  • 7 William Da Silva Midfielder
  • 9 Silvio Romero Forward
  • 10 Osvaldo Martínez Midfielder
  • 11 Michael Arroyo Forward
  • 12 Pablo Aguilar Defender
  • 13 Jonathan León Goalkeeper
  • 14 Rubens Sambueza Midfielder
  • 15 Osmar Mares Defender
  • 17 Ventura Alvarado Defensa
  • 18 Bruno Valdez Defender
  • 21 José Guerrero Midfielder
  • 23 Moisés Muñoz Goalkeeper
  • 24 Oribe Peralta Forward
  • 29 Carlos Rosel Forward
  • 30 Alex Ibarra Midfielder
  • 31 Carlos Quintero Forward
  • 37 Edson Álvarez Defender

The team

The Mexicans will contest the Club World Cup on the back of their Concacaf triumph, which saw them ease past Tigre 4-1 in a two-legged showpiece staged at the iconic Estadio Azteca. This tournament marks Club América's third participation at a Club World Cup in the wake of their unsuccessful bids to seal the crown in the 2006 and 2015 editions.  They have an added incentive to claim the 2016 FIFA Club World Cup title in this, their centenary year. 

Club América

Honours

  • League titles (12).
  • Copa México (5).
  • Concacaf Champions League (7).
  • Campeón de Campeones (Champion of Champions) (5).
  • Concacaf Giants Cup (1).
  • Interamerican Cup (2).

Source: Official club website

Squad

  • Choi Kanghee  Coach
  • 3 Kim Hyungil Defender
  • 4 Shin Hyungmin Midfielder
  • 7 Han Kyowon Midfielder
  • 8 Jung Hyuk Midfielder
  • 9 Lee Jongho Forward
  • 10 Leonardo Midfielder
  • 13 Kim Bokyung Midfielder
  • 15 Lim Jongeun Defender
  • 17 Lee Jaesung Midfielder
  • 18 Go Mooyul Midfielder
  • 19 Park Wonjae Defender
  • 20Lee Donggook Forward
  • 23 Choi Kyubaek Defender
  • 25 Choi Chulsoon Defender
  • 27 Kim Changsoo Defender
  • 28 Hong Jungnam Goalkeeper
  • 30 Kim Youngchan Defender
  • 31 Kim Teaho Goalkeeper
  • 33 Lee Hando Defender
  • 34 Jang Yunho Midfielder
  • 41 Hwang Byeonggeun Goalkeeper
  • 81 Edu Forward
  • 99 Kim Shinwook Forward

The team

The South Korean outfit sealed their place at the Club World Cup - for the second time in their history - after lifting the Asian Champions League following a 3-2 aggregate win over Al Ain. Founded in 1994, Jeonbuk Motors have become one of South Korea's most successful sides, with four K League Classic titles to their name. Amongst their ranks they boast the club's all-time leading goalscorer, Dong-Gook Lee, who has racked up 96 goals.

Jeonbuk Motors

Honours

  • K League Classic (4).
  • Korean FA Cup (3).
  • AFC Champions League (2).

Source: Official club website

Squad

  • Mosimane Pitso Coach
  • 1 Kennedy Mweene Goalkeeper
  • 2 Thabo Nthethe Defender
  • 4 Tebogo Langerman Defender
  • 5 Asavela Mbekile Defender
  • 6 Wayne Arendse Defender
  • 7 Keagan Dolly Midfielder
  • 8 Hlompho Kekana Midfielder
  • 10 Teko Modise Midfielder
  • 11 Sibusiso Vilazaki Midfielder
  • 13 Samuel Mabunda Midfielder
  • 15 Lucky Mohomi Midfielder
  • 16 Ricardo Nascimento Defender
  • 18 Themba Zwane Midfielder
  • 19 Mzikayise Mashaba Defender
  • 21 Siyanda Zwane Defender
  • 22 Percy Tau Midfielder
  • 25 Leonardo Castro Forward
  • 27 Thapelo Morena Midfielder
  • 28 Anthony Laffor Midfielder
  • 29 Bangaly Soumahoro Defender
  • 33 Khama Billiat Forward
  • 36 Denis Onyango Goalkeeper
  • 40 Wayne Sandilands Goalkeeper

The team

For the first time in their history, South Africa's Sundowns will be representing the African continent at the Club World Cup. The Pretoria-based team took the CAF Champions League after overcoming Egyptian side, Zamalek in the final. Sundowns enjoyed their first-ever league title success in 1988, and since then, have gone on to add a further nine domestic titles to their haul. As an interesting fact, 11 members of Sundown's squad chipped in with goals during their side's successful Champions League campaign.  

Mamelodi Sundowns

Honours

  • Premier Soccer League (7).
  • National Soccer League (3).
  • Nedbank Cup (4).
  • Telkom Knockout (3).
  • MTN 8 (3).
  • Charity Cup (4).

Source: Official club website

Squad

  • Ramón Tribulietx Coach
  • 1 Enaut Zubikarai Goalkeeper
  • 2 Harshae Raniga Midfielder
  • 3 Takuya Iwata Defender
  • 4 Mario Bilen Midfielder
  • 5 Ángel Berlanga Defender
  • 7 Reid Drake Midfielder
  • 8 Albert Riera Midfielder
  • 9 Darren White Defender
  • 10 Ryan de Vries Forward
  • 11 Fabrizio Tavano Midfielder
  • 12 Nicolai Berry Forward
  • 13 Alfred Rogers Midfielder
  • 14 Clayton Lewis Midfielder
  • 15 Ivan Vicelich Defender
  • 16 Kim Daewook Defender
  • 17 Joao Moreira Midfielder
  • 18 Danyon Drake Goalkeeper
  • 19 Micah Leaalafa Forward
  • 20 Emiliano Tade Forward
  • 21 Harry Edge Defender
  • 23 Marco Dordevic Defender
  • 24 Jacob Spoonley Goalkeeper
  • 29 Sean Cooper Defender

The team

New Zealand's Auckland City boast the honour of being the side with the most Club World Cup experience. Despite having only been founded in 2004 and their status as a semi-professional outfit, they have established themselves as one of the leading sides throughout Oceania.  They came into the tournament on the back of a clean sweep of victories, with a squad full of experience and ably led by coach Ramón Tribulietx, however they bowed out in the play-off following a 2-1 reverse at the hands of Kashima Antlers.
 

Auckland City

Honours

  • New Zealand Football Championship (7)
  • OFC Championship (8)
  • OFC President`s Cup (1)
  • Charity Cup (3)

Source: Official club website

大阪市

Osaka

See Yokohama
The city

With over 2.5 million inhabitants, Osaka is the third most populated city in Japan and is home to one of the country's most important ports and industrial hubs. 

The city

Osaka is a fantastic place to visit and boasts attractions such as the city's castle, with its impressive Apricot Gardens, which along with the Nakanoshima Park represent two of Osaka's main tourist landmarks. 

The city

What's more, Universal Studios Japan, Tennoji Zoo and the Kaiyukan Aquarium are all to be found in Osaka and represent three attractive options to visit when the final whistle sounds in the matches. 

横浜市

Yokohama

See Osaka
The city

Lying 40km from Tokyo, Yokohama is Japan's second largest city. Despite its proximity to the capital, there's no question that the cities' images and vibes are totally different. 

The city

Given that not everything can revolve around the on-field action, during the course of the week, supporters travelling over to Yokohama will be able to visit and savour the best of a coastline peppered with skyscrapers, western-style housing, countless museums and one of the best China Towns on the planet. 

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