Peace Cup Live
Catch all the live Peace Cup 2009 action, direct from Spain right onto your pc thanks to Live Sports Network. With some of the biggest clubs in the world such as Real Madrid and Juventus competing, this is one pre-season tournament you will not want to miss. And there is no reason why you should - all you need to watch live Peace Cup action is right here at Free-Football.tv via our dedicated members area. Watch the Peace Cup live thanks to Live Sports Network.
The Peace Cup is held every two years, competed for between twelve chosen club sides from different continents. Organised by the Sunmoon Peace Football Foundation, the 20009 tournament is being hosted by Spain - the first time it has been held outside South Korea. The games will be played at five host venues - Seville (also venue for the final), Malaga, Huevla, Jerez and Madrid.
South Korean side Seongnam Iihwa Chunma feature in every tournament as both they and the Foundation are sponsored by the same organisation, the Unification Church. This year, the competing sides are;
Real Madrid (Esp)
Liga Da Quito (Ecu)
Al -Ittihad (Sau)
Aston Villa (Eng)
FC Porto (Por)
Olympique Lyon are the reigning champions having pipped Bolton Wanderers to the prize last time.
With the involvement of such giants as Juventus and Real Madrid, the competition will prove very entertaining. They will both fancy their chances of claiming the title although they will certainly not have it all their own way.
Sevilla have proven formidable opposition both home and abroad over recent seasons and should put up a good showing on home soil. Lyon will do their very best to retain their crown whilst Porto will have a good following being so close to home. Turkish champions Besiktas, whom replaced bitter rivals Fenerbahce who could not compete due to Champions League commitments, will be determined not just to make up the numbers whilst Aston Villa manager Martin O’Neill will see the Peace Cup as an opportunity to show that his team are not simply one-season wonders.
None of the competing teams are newcomers to championship football, with LDU Quito having competed in the FIFA World Club Championship alongside Manchester United. The challenge of playing some of the world’s top sides, and the world’s top players, is one that is relished by any player no matter whether it is on the World Cup Finals or a pre-season friendly in front of 1,000 fans. There is no doubt that the players currently preparing for the up and coming tournament will be determined to give a good account of themselves and for that reason the tournament should be well worth watching.
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