The FIFA Club World Cup will kick off next month in Abu Dhabi, but what exactly is the competition and how long has it been around?
FIFA created the Club World Cup back in 2000 to celebrate regional club winners from across the globe.
Traditional there are seven clubs ranging from all six major confederations around the world, including CONCACAF (North/Central America & Caribbean), CONMEBOL (South America), UEFA (Europe), CAF (Africa), AFC (Asia) and OFC (Oceania).
The first-ever Club World Cup took place in Brazil, where Brazilian champions Corinthians took home the trophy that year.
Over the first two decades of the tournament, winners have only come from Europe and South America, with the four other regions seeking their first trophy.