The time when the whole world competes – WMF World Cup 2019 qualification list
There are 5 continents involved in the minifootball family. Numerous happenings, games, competitions, and qualifying events are organized throughout the whole year, and we can only imagine how many people are excited about their team being qualified for a higher-level competition such as WMF World Cup 2019 that will happen in autumn from 1st to 11th of October 2019 in Perth, Australia.
Every competition in-between is important, as it is a step forward in order to gain something bigger, as a stairway to the success at the global level.
Not only teams, but countries also compete to host the WMF World Cups. This is going to be the third edition and we saw two countries in the race – Australia and Kazakhstan – both being perfectly suitable to host the event, but this time winning the bid was on Australia’s side.
Soon enough the spotlight will be given to the WMF World Cup 2019 by all the minifootball family members globally, knowing the importance of what was going to happen in Australia next autumn, putting the powers on, in order to get a chance to compete among the best.
Here are the teams that qualified so far:
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Two more spots are open
As it was planned according to the decision brought previously on the two events due to have happened in 2020, WMF Executive Committee reaffirmed the decision to go ahead in 2021.
After 16 years, CAMF President Filip Juda resigned as President of the Czech Minifootball Association.
The Japan Minifootball Federation will start an eight-a-side football coach qualification program in April.