The FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup is an international beach soccer competition. Since 2009, the tournament has taken place every 2 years starting from the 2011 World Cup. The 2023 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup will be the 22nd edition since the establishment of the Beach Soccer World championships.
The bidding process was opened by FIFA in October 2021 and will conclude with the selection of the hosts in March 2022. The official dates of the FIFA Beach Soccer World cup hasn’t been published yet. We will update as soon as it gets published.
Russia is the defending champion. They were also the host of the previous edition. The host for 2023 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup hasn’t been selected yet.
No information about the prize money has been revealed. But a total of 8 awards are distributed throughout the tournament. These are :
||The Adidas Golden Ball award is awarded to the player who plays the most outstanding football during the tournament.
||The Adidas Silver Ball award is awarded to the player who places second in the most outstanding football during the tournament.
||The Adidas Bronze Ball award is awarded to the player who places third in the most outstanding football during the tournament.
||The Adidas Golden Shoe is awarded to the top scorer of the tournament. (If the score comes the same, the players will be selected based on the most assists during the tournament)
||The Adidas silver shoe is awarded to the 2nd top scorer of the tournament.
||The Adidas Bronze Shoe is awarded to 3rd the top scorer of the tournament.
||The best goalkeeper of the tournament gets the Golden Glove award
|FIFA Fair Play Award
||the best fair play record holder team during the tournament with the criteria set by FIFA Fair Play Committee will receive the FIFA Fair play award.
The qualification matches are held worldwide. The allocation of World Cup spots and the number of teams that qualify from their regional championship to the World Cup was decided by FIFA. Associate member of FIFA around the world participates on this tournament to be qualified. All qualified teams participate in the World Cup finals. Then the 16 qualifiers will be divided into four groups. Three points are added to each team for a win in regulation time, two points for a win in extra time, one point for a win in a penalty shoot-out, and no points for a defeat. The top two teams of each group advanced to the quarter-finals.