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FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2012

The FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2012 is scheduled from December 6th – 16th in Toyota City and Yokohama. This is the ninth FIFA Club World Cup, and the sixth time Japan is host to this world-class event.

Champion clubs from each continent all meet together in this highly anticipated soccer spectacular. Participation of Corinthians of Brazil has already been confirmed, as well as Chelsea Football Club of England, who will be making their FIFA Club World Cup debut.

This is a great chance to see the top players in person that no soccer fan should miss!

General ticket sales will open on FIFA.com on September 9th. For more information on qualifying teams, schedules, etc.,
please visit here.

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