SAINT PETERSBURG – Chile will play the FIFA Confederation Cup 2017 final against Germany tomorrow (Sunday) in the Russian city of St. Petersburg.
After Brazil (4 titles), France (2), Argentina, Mexico and Denmark (1 each), there will be a new name on the trophy, as both Germany and Chile are in the final of this tournament for the first time.
The match begins at 7pm British Summer Time, or 9pm local time.
Chile crushed Portugal 3-0 on penalties in the first semi-final on Wednesday while Germany have advanced to the Confederation Cup final with 4-1 victory against Mexico in Sochi.
Chile: Claudio Bravo; Mauricio Isla, Gary Medel, Gonzalo Jara, Jean Beausejour; Pablo Hernandez, Marcelo Diaz, Charles Aranguiz, Arturo Vidal; Eduardo Vargas, Alexis Sanchez
Germany: Marc-Andre Ter Stegen; Matthias Ginter, Antonio Rudiger, Niklas Sule; Joshua Kimmich, Sebastian Rudy, Leon Goretzka, Jonas Hector; Lars Stindl, Julian Draxler; Timo Werner