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The most famous game in the world is taking place on Saturday night at the Green Modelo, which is also known as Club Factory, and the new season is here.

Ahead of the first ever FIFA World Cup qualifier, we take a look at what the most anticipated fixtures in the club factory look like and what to expect from the tournament.

This is a special fixture for FC Bayern Munich, who were the first team to win the club franchise in 1989, and are the first club to take part in the first FIFA World Club Cup since 1966.

It’s the first time the Bundesliga club factory has ever hosted a FIFA World Championship qualifier, and this year’s fixture is being played at a venue known as the Green Zone.

This stadium is situated in the heart of the city and boasts two bars, the club restaurant and the club cafeteria.

For the first game of the season, the Bayerns will host Bayer Leverkusen at 1.45pm local time (3.45am GMT).

The match is played in a friendly format with both sides playing a friendly at the stadium and a friendly against each other in the evening.

The teams will play a home and away game at 1pm on Sunday.

The first half will be played at 3pm and the first 45 minutes will be watched by 1,000 fans.

The game will be shown live on FOXSportsGo with live analysis and replays available on the FOX Soccer app and on FOX Soccer TV app.

Watch the match live on the Fox Soccer app, FOX Soccer Go, FOX Sports GO Mobile and FOX Soccer Home app, or FOX Sports Go on iOS and Android.

The second half will start at 3.30pm and will be broadcast live on Fox Soccer Live.

The match will be followed by a 30-minute break at 4pm, and then it will be up to the teams to take on the other.

The break is for fans to see the action live on Sky Sports, with the full-time live stream available on Sky Sport 1 HD.

This fixture is a key fixture in the Club Factory’s bid to win their first World Club Series title since 1966, and will bring a host of fixtures to the Club.

It will also be the first occasion for Bayerns fans to watch a World Cup qualifying match.

The club will take part against Real Madrid in their first game since the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

It is the first-ever World Club Championship qualifier played in Russia, and it will also mark the first World Cup qualification game for Bayern.

The clash between Bayerns and Real Madrid will be a first-round encounter in the UEFA Champions League.

Both teams have made it to the last 16 in the competition, but this will be their first Champions League game since 2010.

The German champions will be hoping to take their second European title in the last three years and will have to deal with their rivals in the knockout phase, who will be looking to build on their victory over Real Madrid and also to take a step towards a first World Championship.

The last time Bayern won the European Cup was in 2010.

They are currently fifth in the Bundesliga table, but they are not the favourites for the title.

This will be the second year in a row that Bayerns are not in the Champions League, and they will also face Real Madrid at the end of the campaign.

There will be three matches in total, with all three being played in the same stadium, the Green Hall.

The home side will host Borussia Dortmund on Sunday, while the away side will take on CSKA Moscow in the final of the Bundesliga’s Europa League.

The teams will meet at the Stadio Olimpico in the fourth round of the Europa League, which has an extra round-robin format for each of the teams.

The winners of the three rounds of the competition qualify for the knockout stage.

There are two teams that will be playing on the weekend, Borussia Monchengladbach and FC Schalke 04.

Both of these clubs have made a name for themselves in recent years, and both of them have managed to qualify for Europe’s elite club competition.

Monchenglassbach are currently the holders of the third-highest points tally in the top flight with 14 points from nine matches, while Schalkel 04 are on the brink of qualifying for the group stage of the Champions’ League.

Both teams are also known for their flair, and in this fixture, Bayerns winger Mario Gomez will look to help his side take the lead.

The 23-year-old has scored five goals in the Europa league this season, and is currently second on the all-time Bundesliga goalscorer list.

This will be his first appearance in the European competition and it is likely that he will not be the best performer.

Bayern will also have to make do with their starting XI from the first leg of their group