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Draw for FIFA Club World Cup Morocco 2013
Thursday October 10, 2013 11:33 AM, IANS

The official draw ceremony for the FIFA Club World Cup Morocco 2013 was held Wednesday night at a Moroccan resort.

Following the draw, the below match schedule was established:

Preliminary match (Match 1)
Raja Casablanca (Myanmar) vs Auckland City (New Zealand)

Quarterfinals:
Match 3: Winner of Match 1 vs Monterrey
Match 2: Winner of AFC Champions League vs Winner of CAF Champions League

Semifinals:
Winner of Match 2 vs Bayern Munich
Winner of Match 3 v.s Atletico Mineiro

During the draw ceremony, Mohamed Raouraoua, chairman of the Local Organising Committee for the Club World Cup, confirmed that referees will use new technology at their disposal.

"Goal-line technology will indeed be used during the FIFA Club World Cup Morocco 2013," he said.

"This will therefore be the third time it has been used, after the Club World Cup in Japan last year and the FIFA Confederations Cup Brazil 2013. It's a first for Africa, though, and that makes this competition a historic event."

"We're very happy to be in Morocco for the 10th edition of the FIFA Club World Cup, which is being held on African soil for the very first time."



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