The first rounds of the 2020 FIFA World Futsal Cup start 29th January 2019. It involves 48 teams aiming for six places alongside hosts Lithuania in the 24-team finals.
The National teams will likely be coming together this week for pre-game training camps and flying out at the weekend. The finals will eventually be hosted in Lituania, who was chosen to host over Iran, Japan and New Zealand. Lithuania has never hosted a FIFA final before but has football's 2013 UEFA European Under-19 Championship and 2018 UEFA European Women's Under-17 Championship.
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