These are the new Pachuca home and away kits for the FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2007 made by Puma. The tournament starts on December 7 and ends on December 16, 2007
Club de Fútbol Pachuca, also known as Pachuca, is a popular Mexican football club, which competes in the Mexican Primera División. Cornish miners from the Compañia Real del Monte de Pachuca founded the team in 1901. It is the oldest soccer team in Mexico.
The following qualifying teams will be decided during 2007 through the 6 major Continental Competitions. The winner of each regional club championship will participate in the 2007 Club World Cup. In March 2007, the FIFA executive committee introduced a qualifying playoff between the 2007 OFC Champions League champion and the host nation's 2007 J. League champion, as opposed to previous years in which the Oceania champions were given direct entry into the tournament. In order to avoid the participation of two teams from the same country, the best-placed non-Japanese team in the AFC Champions League would take the "host" berth if a Japanese team wins that competition. Also, the fifth-place match has been eliminated for this edition.
Boca Juniors CONMEBOL Winner of Copa Libertadores 2007
AC Milan UEFA Winner of UEFA Champions League 2006-07
Étoile du Sahel CAF Winner of CAF Champions League 2007
Pachuca CONCACAF Winner of CONCACAF Champions' Cup 2007
Urawa Reds AFC Winner of AFC Champions League 2007
Sepahan JFA Runner up of AFC Champions League 2007. Sepahan took Japan's slot due to Japanese team Urawa Reds won the AFC Champions League.
Waitakere United OFC Winner of OFC Champions League 2007