River qualified for the American Super Cup in 2025 thanks to Boca

River Plate qualified for the US Super Club World Cup in 2025, with Boca Juniors not participating in the next Copa Libertadores tournament in 2024, as “Millonario” is the absolute leader in the CONMEBOL classification and will retain the aforementioned place for the competition. As no team was able to surpass him to assume the aforementioned position.

For the Super Club World Cup, the South Americans will have a total of six places, four tickets will go to the 2021, 2022, 2023 and 2024 Copa Libertadores champions and the other two will go to the top two teams in the CONMEBOL classification. .

The Libertadores champions have already been ranked: Palmeiras (2021), Flamengo (2022) – obtaining 2nd and 3rd place in the standings frees up the mentioned quota – and Fluminense (2023), awaiting the champion of the 2024 edition.

River, which occupies first place in the standings and with Boca not playing for the cup and occupies fourth place in the standings, obtained the aforementioned position in the 2025 competition for sporting reasons.

However, Boca has a chance to qualify for the World Cup, first if it maintains its place in the standings, as it is today in fourth place, and without any of its pursuers joining it, it will obtain one of the CONMEBOL places or if River wins the 2024 Libertadores Cup, because if Martin’s team is dedicated Demichelis, it would free up a place in the standings and leave Boca in first place.

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FIFA announced that the new Club World Cup tournament will host 32 teams from different continents. The distribution of places by federation will be as follows: UEFA (Europe) will have 12 tickets, CONMEBOL (South America) six, Asia (Asia) four, Africa (Africa) four, CONCACAF (Central and North America) four, Oceania (Oceania). One and final for the tournament host (MLS champion).

All the qualifiers so far for the 2025 FIFA Club World Cup:

Al Hilal (Saudi Arabia), Urawa Red Diamonds (Japan), Al Ahly (Egypt), Wydad Casablanca (Morocco), Monterrey (Mexico), Seattle Sounders (United States), Leon (Mexico), Palmeiras (Brazil). Flamengo (Brazil), Fluminense (Brazil), River Plate (Argentina), Chelsea (England), Real Madrid (Spain), Manchester City (England).

With information from agencies.


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