The Seattle Sounders will discover their path at the FIFA Club World Cup at the competition’s draw in Morocco on Friday.

The draw in Rabat, Morocco will start at 6 a.m. ET and will be streamed on FIFA+.

The competition will involve seven teams and will be held from Feb. 1-11.

Seven clubs will participate in the tournament:

Wydad (Morocco), winners of the CAF Champions League 2021-2022, will make its second appearance in the competition, after UAE 2017.

Al Hilal (Saudi Arabia), winners of the 2021 AFC Champions League, will be the first AFC representatives to feature in three editions of the tournament.

Al Ahly (Egypt), runners-up of the CAF Champions League 2021-2022, holds the record for most FIFA Club World Cup matches played, with at 18 across its seven appearances. As CAF runners-up, Al Ahly was granted a spot in the competition when Morocco was appointed as the host country.

Seattle Sounders (USA), winners of the 2022 Concacaf Champions League, is the first club from the U.S. to participate in the tournament.

Flamengo (Brazil), winners of the CONMEBOL Libertadores 2022, qualify for the FIFA Club World Cup after finishing runners-up to Liverpool at the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019.

Auckland City (New Zealand), winners of the OFC Champions League 2022 for a record 10th time in 2022, have more FIFA Club World Cup appearances than any other club.

Real Madrid (Spain), winners of the UEFA Champions League 2021-22, is the most successful club in the history of the competition, having won four titles, including its first title victory in Morocco 2014.