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2016 FIFA Club World Cup Previews

Preparations are well under way for the 2016 edition of the FIFA Club World Cup, and expectations for the event are high due to Japan’s immense experience in organising a number of major football tournaments in years gone by.

FIFA Club World Cup Previews

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Japan has hosted the FIFA Club World Cup no fewer than six times, most recently in 2012, and each and every time the event has been more successful than the one that preceded it, with bigger and more enthusiastic crowds in attendance.


Unlike the World Cup, which is contested by national teams, the Club World Cup is contested by champion clubs from each of the six continental football federations, along with the national league champion from the host nation. For this reason, the competition provides an exciting opportunity for fans and players alike to experience first-hand the latest world trends in club football, along with a fascinating insight into the club culture of each participating country.

The growing popularity of the Club World Cup competition has seen increasing interest from nations wishing to host the event. Brazil and UAE have all expressed an interest in hosting it during 2018 and 2018, and Japan has made it known that it too would be happy to see the event return.

The run-up to the launch of the 2016 FIFA World Cup is a great time to get a new generation of players enthused about the beautiful game. If you’re a coach, either working alone or as part of a group, and are looking for new soccer drills and training challenges to help your players reach the next level, there are a wealth of resources available to help you.


Companies such as http://www.sportplan.net/ offer a variety of membership plans that give you access to a huge library of soccer drills and other training aids that make sure your players get the most out of every single session. By making sure your players are fully entertained while training and leave having learned valuable skills, you’ll see faster, more dramatic gains and higher levels of retention.

By choosing drills and training regimes that accurately reflect the demands of the actual game, you’ll also give those you train a greater appreciation of the sport as a whole, allowing them to enjoy all of the 2016 FIFA World Cup games with a new sense of appreciation.

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