Seven minutes are on the clock and there are 30 clubs to guess.
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Back in the day, any team could win the old First Division of English football. Nowadays, it's the usual suspects - except for that one year that Jamie Vardy had a party.
Despite the old myth, the same clubs have tended to be towards the top throughout history - and we're not just talking about England, either.
Scotland, for example, has had the same two teams reigning supreme for over a hundred years, save for a few fallow years. Spain, too, is dominated by a deadly pair more often than not.
Feel for the other teams in Egypt, who have had to compete against a side who have lifted 118 trophies in their history - that's 118 more than Harry Kane has won.
Once you've named the big ones in Europe, things might become a bit tricky. Have a think of those who've competed in the Club World Cup, and you should be fine, right?
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