Every year Bayern Munich went to Qatar for a winter training camp, the whole team was preparing for the spring round. This time, however, it will be different after a brief holiday break due to the resumption of the Bundesliga on January 2. Nothing to lose! FIFA has confirmed the information previously provided, including the German newspaper “Suddeutsche Zeitung” and the Club World Cup in February 2021, which will be held in Qatar.
Robert Lewandowski’s problem! Bayern’s tight schedule ahead of the European Championships
However, this is tremendous information for the Munich club. This scenario assumes that some of Bayern’s matches will have to be postponed. In February, the German champions had to play five Bundesliga matches: against Hoffenheim, Hertha Berlin, Arminia Bielefeld, Eintracht Frankfurt and FC Koeln. The 1/8 finals of the German Cup will be played on February 2-3, and the 1/8 finals of the Champions League will be played from February 16 to 24.
This means that Bayern players, including Robert Lewandowski, will have very little time to recover before the next few months. And in them, apart from the Bundesliga or the European Cup, there are the European Championships. The tournament is scheduled for June 11 to July 11, and will be counted at any time when players are resting or playing for less than three days. The postponement of the Club World Cup to February means that the Bayern games, which were postponed in the spring, will have to be postponed, as earlier times were supposed to be lighter.
For now, he is confident that apart from Bayern Munich, Al-Duhail will play for KMŚ, who will represent the winner of the Quatar Star League and the host country. There are still Asian teams (Asian Champions League winner will be chosen on December 19), Africa (African Champions League winner announced on November 27), Oceania (no information on who qualifies the tournament winner), CONCACAF (League winner) CONCACAF champions December They will meet on the 22nd) and South America (the winner of the Copa Libertadores will be selected in January 2021).
Bayern Munich last competed in the 2013 Club World Cup, beating local team Raja Casablanca 2-0 in the final in Morocco. Liverpool won the title in 2019, beating Brazilian Flamenco 1-0 in the first tournament in Qamen.