AUCKLAND CITY CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE OF OCEANIA 2009
The Auckland City, New Zealand, became the first ranked in Fifa's World Club this year to win the Champions League against Kolaole of Oceania, Solomon Islands. In starting back, disputed house in the Auckland draw in 2-2 with the opponent and is worth the goleada 7-2-way in the confrontation in Honiara - Solomon Islands capital. This is the second participation of the Fifa tournament in Auckland. The club was fourth in the 2006 edition, won by International of Porto Alegre. The World this year will be held in Abu Dhabi in United Arab Emirates, from 9 to 19 December, after four years in Japan organized by Fifa Seven teams will participate in the tournament, which will stage the two largest stadiums in the city: the Zayed Sports City Stadium, with 50 thousand seats, and the Mohammed Bin Zayed Stadium for 42 thousand spectators. The next ranked team will on May 12, when the Mexican Cruz Azul and Atlante are the game of the final round of the Concacaf Champions League. The first won the first clash by 2 to 0 in the box of the opponent. Besides the continental champions, the World will have the participation of the winner of the UAE this season.