News - FIFA Confederations Cup draw lays out path to coveted trophy
News - FIFA Confederations Cup draw lays out path to coveted trophy

FIFA Confederations Cup draw lays out path to coveted trophy

FIFA Confederations Cup draw lays out path to coveted trophy
Monday, 28 November 2016, 10:47

With a particular focus on the beauty of the four Host Cities, the Official Draw for the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 held at the Kazan Tennis Academy today (26.11) revealed the path to the coveted trophy at next year’s Tournament of Champions. Hosts Russia and New Zealand will kick things off on 17 June in Saint Petersburg. Also in Group A will be Portugal and Mexico.

Elsewhere, the opening fixture at Spartak Moscow stadium will feature the first game of Group B, between the African champion (to be known on 5 February) and Chile, while Australia and Germany will close the first round of the group stage by Sochi’s Black Sea.

For all the Draw news from the Tatarstan capital, including the final match schedule and the coaches reactions to the Draw, check out the live blog on FIFA.com. For information on ticket sales, which will re-start on 1 December, go to FIFA.com/tickets.

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2018 FIFA World Cup: 1,318,109 tickets requested in 24 hours
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