To be confirmed: West Ham (A); Carabao Cup quarter-finals
Liverpool & the 2019 FIFA Club World Cup draw
On Monday in Zurich, Switzerland, FIFA will stage the draw for the 2019 Club World Cup.
Below is everything Liverpool fans need to know before the draw.
What time is the 2019 FIFA Club World Cup draw?
The draw will be at 1:00 pm UK time.
On a side-note, Michael Owen will be pulling the teams out of the bowl.
How to live stream the 2019 FIFA Club World Cup draw
Liverpool fans have two options to watch the draw live.
Live stream the event on FIFA.com or YouTube.
When does the 2019 FIFA Club World Cup start & finish?
The event begins on December 11.
The final will be staged on December 22.
Where is the 2019 FIFA Club World Cup?
The event will be held in Qatar.
This will be the first major international tournament staged in Qatar before the 2022 World Cup.
Which teams are in the 2019 FIFA Club World Cup draw?
Al Sadd (Host)
Hienghene Sport (OFC)
CAF Champions League 2019 winners (Pending CAF confirmation)
AFC Champions League 2019 winners (Final on 9 and 24 November)
CONMEBOL Libertadores 2019 winners (final on 23 November)
When will Liverpool play at the 2019 FIFA Club World Cup?
Liverpool only enter the FIFA Club World Cup in the semi-final.
However, the Reds are guaranteed to play twice in Qatar at the end of the year.
The Champions League winners will play on the 18th and 21st of December.
How will the 2019 FIFA Club World Cup affect Liverpool’s Premier League schedule?
In short, it could be disruptive.
Liverpool were scheduled to play West Ham on December 21st in the league, but that fixture now needs to be rearranged.
Aside from Premier League games around that time, the FIFA Club World Cup schedule clashes with the Carabao Cup quarter-finals.
Moreover, Liverpool will play their final Champions League group game on December 10th at Salzburg.
Liverpool’s December 2019 fixtures
Everton (H), 4 December
Bournemouth (A), 7 December
Salzburg (A), 10 December
Watford (H), 14 December
Fifa Club World Cup, 18 and 21 December
Leicester City (A), 26 December
Wolves (H), 28 December