The FIFA Club World Cup earlier scheduled to take place in December has been shifted to February 2021, football governing body FIFA have confirmed.
Barcelona, from the foregoing remains the only European club to win six trophies in a single season.
The Catalans archived this feat back in 2009 when they won the Champions league, La Liga, Spanish Super cup, Club World cup, European Super Cup and the Copa del Rey cup.
Current Champions league and Bundesliga holders Bayern Munich were targeting to equal this record after winning five trophies this calendar year.
But have their hopes were dashed as the competition is now taken to early next year.
Real Madrid remains the club with the highest FIFA club world cup trophies since its inception in 2005/2006 season.
The Los Blancos have won it four times, more than Barcelona who have won it thrice.
English Champions Liverpool are the current champions of the competition and it could only be contested by winners of the Champions league from each continent.
Bayern will have the chance to kickoff the 2021 year with a trophy should they emerge victorious when the club world cup will be played between 1-11 February 2021.