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FIFA Club World Cup draw: how and where to watch, times, TV, online

All the information on how and where to watch the draw for the delayed 2020 FIFA Club World Cup, live from FIFA headquarters in Zurich at 16:00 CET on 19 January.

FIFA Club World Cup draw: how and where to watch, times, TV, online

FIFA Club World Cup draw: live online. 

The 2020 edition of the tournament, which was originally scheduled for December, will now be held from 4-11 February in Qatar and will bring together continental champions from across the world.

Just last week the competition saw Auckland City withdrawn from the tournament due to the covid-19 pandemic and quarantine measures required by New Zealand's authorities. The news of their withdrawal was confirmed via FIFA on Friday.

That leaves six competitors representing global governing bodies of: UEFA (Bayern Munich), AFC (Ulsan Hyundai), CONCACAF (Tigres UANL), CAF (Al Ahly), Qatari league champions Al-Duhail along with a CONMEBOL representative that will be resolved after the Copa Libertadores final between Santos and Palmeiras on 30 January. 

Bayern Munich and the Libertadores winners get a fast track through to the semi-final of the tournament that will be staged in Al-Rayaan in the Doha suburbs with Education City and the Al-Rayaan stadiums to be used to stage the matches.

FC Bayern Muenchen v Sport-Club Freiburg - BundesligaMUNICH, GERMANY - JANUARY 17: Thomas Müller of FC Bayern Muenchen celebrates scoring the 2nd team goal with his team mate Leroy Sane during the Bundesliga match between FC Bayern Muenchen and Sport-Club Freiburg

What time does the FIFA Club World Cup draw start at?

The 2020 FIFA Club World Cup draw will be staged at the headquarters of FIFA in the Swiss capital of Zurich on Tuesday 19 January, 2021 with proceedings getting underway at 16:00 CET.

That's 15:00 in the UK, 10:00 in NYC, 07:00 in LA and 18:00 in Doha.

Find out here what time the draw starts where you are in the world.

When will the games be played?

With the withdrawal of Auckland City, the competition will now get underway on 4 February and conclude on 11 February. Santos or Palmeiras will be in action on 7 February and Bayern will play their semi-final the following day.

Where can I watch the draw?

No matter where in the world you are, the draw can be accessed via the FIFA You Tube feed, but we recommend following the AS English coverage. We'll will be on hand to bring all the thrills and spills as the balls are drawn live from FIFA HQ. Our coverage will start approximately an hour before the draw.