FIFA’s Full List Of Tournaments And Events For 2024

FIFA has announced its agenda for the year 2024. Qualifying matches continue for the greatest ever tournament, the FIFA World Cup, while The Best FIFA Football Awards, two exciting youth competitions, the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup and the FIFA Futsal World Cup are also on the list of events.

• The Best FIFA Football Awards will be the first event of 2024
• The 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifying games also continues throughout the year.
• FIFA U-20 and U-17 Women’s World Cup tournaments to take place
• The Best FIFA Football Awards™ 2023

On the 15th of January 2024 in London, England, football’s leading players and coaches will gather in London at the start of the year for FIFA’s annual celebration of the beautiful game. A host of awards will be handed out on the night, with the standout performers from the women’s and men’s game to be honoured for their achievements.

FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup:
15 February – 25 February
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

There will be 16 nations facing each other for the trophy in Dubai over 11 days of thrilling action. Brazil, IR Iran, Italy, Japan and Portugal appear to be the teams to beat, while Chiky Ardil, Catarino, Edson Hulk, Felipe, Marco Giordani, Be and Leo Martins, Moslem Mesigar and Ozu Moreira are just a few of the star names to look out for.

FIFA World Cup 26™ qualifiers:

AFC – Next round of fixtures takes place in March 2024
Concacaf – Qualification tournament begins in March 2024
CAF – Next round of fixtures takes place in June 2024
CONMEBOL – Next round of fixtures takes place in September 2024
OFC – Qualification tournament begins in September 2024
UEFA – Qualification tournament begins in March 2025

The road to Canada, Mexico and USA for the FIFA World Cup 2026 will all go on through 2024, with qualifying from three confederations – AFC, CAF and CONMEBOL – which is currently under way. The activity for the Concacaf and OFC countries starts this year, with UEFA following after accordingly right on time in 2024.

Olympic Competitions:

Men’s Olympic Football Competition
24 July – 9 August

Women’s’ Olympic Football Competition
25 July – 10 August

The men’s and women’s tournaments at Paris 2024 will take place across seven venues throughout France. The 12 qualified teams in the women’s event will be split into three groups of four. The top two from each group, along with the best two third-placed teams, will reach the knockout phase. For the men, the 16 qualifiers go into four groups of four, with the top two from each group reaching the knockouts.

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Canada are the current women’s champions, while Brazil claimed gold in the men’s event in Japan.

FIFA Futsal World Cup:
14 September – 6 October

Goals, skills, drama, action and excitement are guaranteed as Uzbekistan welcomes 23 other nations for the 2024 edition of the FIFA Futsal World Cup. While futsal itself is football at heart, there are one or two variations to the rules for the indoor game, including the length of matches (two 20-minute halves) and number of players (five per team).

FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup:
31 August – 22 September

After Spain’s win over Japan in the 2022 final in Costa Rica, La Rojita will make a trip to Colombia hoping to protect one of the three international titles they at present hold in women’s’ football. Following the FIFA Council’s decision on October 4, 2023, to increase the number of teams participating in the tournament, the number of teams participating in the 2024 edition will increase from 16 to 24.

FIFA U-17 Women’s’ World Cup:
16 October – 3 November
Dominican Republic

Another country will be added to the list of FIFA competition host as the Dominican Republic welcomes the FIFA U-17 Women’s’ World Cup, with the capital, Santo Domingo, the only venue for the competition. A number of 16 teams from around the world will gather, hoping to guarantee the crown which Spain lifted back in 2022.

FIFA Intercontinental Cup:

A new tournament featuring the premier club competition champions from all six confederations and concluding with a final in December 2024 at a neutral venue between the UEFA Champions League winners and the winners of an intercontinental play-off between clubs from the other confederations. The official name of the competition will be the Coupe Intercontinentale de la FIFA.

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