It will mark the first time that the WGC-World Cup will be played in Europe since 2000. The event features teams from 24 countries and will be held from November 18-21.
'We congratulate the Real Club de Golf of Seville on their strong and successful bid to host the World Golf Championships - World Cup,' said Ken Schofield, the Executive Director of The European Tour. 'The World Golf Championships are played on many of the greatest courses in the world, and we are delighted to add the Real Club de Golf de Seville to the list of outstanding host venues.'
Last year, the Japanese team of Shigeki Maruyama and Toshi Izawa ousted the American squad to win the title at the Nicklaus Course at Vista Vallarta Golf Club in at Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.