March 2021 FIF World Cup

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2020 IAFF World Cup
2018
Tournament logo
Tournament details
DatesMarch 20 - March 29
Teams21
Venues9 (in 8 host cities)
Final positions
Champions Isdingo
Runners-up Labuepé
Third placeFile:Bunkaiia Flag.png Bunkaïa
Fourth place Nekkko
Tournament statistics
Total matches48
Goals scored144 (2.77 per game)
Top scorer Alehandro Cerrato (8 goals)
Best player Toutorix Li Bellomi
Best goalkeeper Lincoln Buffon
Team awards
Goal difference Asturies-Llión (+11)
Most scored Asturies-Llión (3.75 per game)
Least conceded The Outer Union (0.14 per game)
The March 2021 FIF World Cup was the first World Cup, an international football tournament contested by the national teams of invited member regions, as organised by the Federação Internacional de Futebol (FIF). It was hosted by Laressa from 20 to 29 March.

The final tournament involved 21 national teams. A total of 48 matches were played in 9 venues located in 8 cities. The final took place on 29 March at the Elah Nurros Stadium in the city of Vileno in East Lares, between Labuepé and Isdingo. Isdingo won the match 4-2 to claim the first World Cup title

Venues[edit | edit source]

Venue name Location Capacity
Levina Sports Center Levina, West Lares 70,198
Elah Nurros Stadium Vileno, East Lares 62,420
Corina Resigo Stadium Salarena, Onori 48,580
Lares Harbor Stadium Levina, West Lares 42,300
Stadium of Fúlin Fusanto, Fúlinda 40,150
Tuldap United Stadium Tuldap, Molpi 36,900
Terikka City Arena Terikka, Usakli Autonomous Region 34,700
Kaska Beach Stadium Dolissa, Manuá Autonomous Region 34,000
Straits Stadium Cosacca, West Lares 34,000

Schedule[edit | edit source]

Qualification 2-12 August
Group stage Matchday 1 20 March
Matchday 2 21 March
Matchday 3 22 March
Round of 16 23 March
Quarter-finals 25 March
Semi-finals 27 March
Finals 29 March