Mamelodi Sundowns are the first South African team to participate in the FIFA Club World Cup, and they are considered to be the second least valuable team at the tournament. Can you guess how the others rank?
Earlier today, Auckland City and Kashima Antlers faced off against each other in the play-off for a spot in the quarterfinals, and while the former are seasoned campaigners in the tournament, they are the team with the lowest market value.
Sundowns sit one position above them, but are said to be worth R101 million more than the late Keryn Jordan's former side.
Unsurprisingly, Real Madrid is said to stand head and shoulders above the other clubs, with their value said to be in the billions rather than the millions.
Eager to see how the clubs rank and what their values are? Browse the gallery above!
How well do you think Sundowns will do in the tournament?
*Note: These values are taken from Transfermarkt