Fifa Club World Cup: Revised tournament approved despite top European clubs saying they will boycott

Club World Cup
Real Madrid beat Al Ain to win the 2018 Club World Cup

Fifa has approved a revised 24-team Club World Cup starting in 2021 despite top European clubs saying they would boycott the tournament.

The new competition is expected to include eight teams from Europe.

It will run every four years and take place from June to July in the slot currently used for the World Cup warm-up event, the Confederations Cup.