With the FIFA Futsal World Cup™ Lithuania 2021 getting underway on 12 September, anticipation is building for futsal fans across the planet.
While the best way to sample the atmosphere is to visit Lithuania and reserve tickets for matches in one or all of three excellent host city arenas – Vilnius, Kaunas and Klaipėda – those who are unable to do so can follow the tournament on FIFA.com, social media channels and official broadcasters.
Throughout the competition, check out the FIFA Futsal World Cup™ Lithuania 2021 tournament page on FIFA.com for articles such as matchday previews, reviews and features on the hottest topics, interviews from players, coaches and others part of the three-week-long futsal festival.
The tournament match centre will be the go-to place for upcoming fixtures, latest results and live statistics as they happen from the group stage and all the way to the final 3 October.
Highlights from all 52 matches will be available on FIFA TV YouTube channel, while following FIFA Futsal World Cup Facebook alongside with FIFA.com Twitter will help you stay up-to-date on various tournament content and provide a platform to discuss the wonderful game with other fans.
In breaks between matches, you may entertain yourself with some futsal fun - the FIFA Futsal WC 2021 Challenge app fuses the thrills of football’s popular five-a-side format with the playability of a compelling mobile skill game. It is available for download on Google Play store for Android and Apple app store for iOS mobile phones.
The tournament will be broadcast on radio, TV and internet by FIFA partners in 195 territories. To follow the matches in your country consult the list of Media Rights Licensees.
With so many matches played, it can be useful to have tournament schedule in your device or printed out on one page. For your convenience it is available to download.
If you are less familiar with the game of Futsal or would like to refresh your memory on it, FIFA.com has provided a short summary on the latest Laws of The Game.