Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Govt Committee has agreed to the standards of creating the AFC’s representatives for the FIFA Futsal World Cup Lithuania 2021, following the cancellation of the AFC Futsal Championship Kuwait 2020 as a result of COVID-19 pandemic.
The AFC Govt Committee determined to mix two units of standards – the primary takes reference from the highest 5 groups of the latest version (the AFC Futsal Championship Chinese language Taipei 2018), and the second applies a degree system which calculates the highest 5 groups from the general rating of the final three editions of the AFC Futsal Championship (i.e., 2014, 2016 and 2018 editions).
Primarily based on the outcomes of Standards 1 and a couple of, the highest three recurring groups – Islamic Republic of Iran, Japan and Uzbekistan – will probably be nominated because the AFC’s representatives for the worldwide futsal showpiece, which is scheduled to happen from September 12 to October 3.
Moreover, playoff matches will probably be organised for the remaining groups – Iraq, Lebanon, Thailand and Vietnam – to find out the ultimate two slots for Asia, with the draw to be held subsequent week on the AFC Home in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
In figuring out the AFC’s representatives for the FIFA Seashore Soccer World Cup Russia 2021, the AFC Govt Committee agreed to the AFC Futsal and Seashore Soccer Committee’s advice of utilising the purpose system, which ranks the performances of the Continent’s high eight groups within the final three editions of the AFC Seashore Soccer Asian Cup.
Primarily based on the rating of the purpose system, Japan, Oman and United Arab Emirates will signify the AFC within the FIFA Seashore Soccer World Cup Russia 2021, which is scheduled for August 19 – 29.