Who Will Host The Third WMF World Cup?

The Extraordinary General Assembly of the World Minifootball Federation will be held on June 27th, 2018. The main topic of the scheduled meeting is going to be a bidding process for the next WMF World Cup 2019.

The two countries have submitted their candidacy: Australia and Kazakhstan. It is expected that representatives of these federations present bid presentations, conditions and offers for the organization of the upcoming competition in the City of Perth, Australia and the capital of Kazakhstan, Astana.

Only full members of the World Minifootball Federation are eligible to vote in order to make the decision. Australia and Kazakhstan won't be able to vote, of course.

The decision of the hosting country of the WMF World Cup 2019 will be announced after the Extraordinary General Assembly.

The WMF World Cup is an international outdoor 6-a-side football competition contested by the senior men's national teams of the members of the World Minifootball Federation (WMF). The first ever edition of the tournament took place in the United States in March 2015, with the 12 countries competed. The host nation won the trophy.

The World Minifootball Federation awarded the second edition of the competition to the Tunisia Minifootball Federation. The tournament was held in October 2017. Twice more countries than 2015 were part of the second WMF World Cup and Czech Republic became the new champion.

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