ZURICH -- Barcelona will begin their quest for the FIFA Club World Cup title against either Club America of Mexico or the Asian Champions League winners.
The European champions have a bye in the first round and will start in the semifinals on Dec. 17 in Yokohama, following the draw at FIFA's headquarters in Switzerland on Wednesday.
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