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Juventus secures spot in 2025 Club World Cup. Just two UEFA slots left up for grabs

After Napoli’s 3:1 loss to Barcelona and their elimination from the Champions League on Tuesday night, the fans of another Italian team were celebrating. With Napoli out of the picture, Juventus have become the 10th European team that has qualified for the 2025 FIFA Club World Cup.

Juventus got their spot because of their ranking in Europe, joining other big teams who have already qualified for the tournament. Fifa’s 2025 Club World Cup will be bigger than ever before, with 32 teams participating. They will be split into eight groups of four, and the top two teams from each group will move on to the next round.

The tournament will be held in the summer of 2025, as an ordeal to the World Cup a year later. UEFA is sending 12 teams in total, with those who have already made it including Chelsea, Real Madrid, Manchester City, Bayern Munich, PSG, Inter, Porto, Benfica, Borussia Dortmund, and most recently Juve. There are still two spots left for European teams, and the likes of Arsenal, Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, PSV, and Salzburg are trying to get them but it will all depend on how the clubs fare in the Champions League.