The competitions will be organised in accordance with the most recent technical regulations of the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA), international governing body of futsal. In any dispute, the English text will be regarded as authoritative.
The programme and duration of the competitions are fixed by the FISU Executive Committee in agreement with the Organising Committee and the CTI. The tournament will be indoor and competitions will last seven (7) days, including:
- One (1) men’s tournament
- One (1) women’s tournament
Each country is authorised to enter a maximum of seventeen (17) persons from which maximum twelve (12) and minimum ten (10) competitors and five (5) officials per tournament.
Each country may enter:
- One (1) men team of twelve (12) players (5 effectives and 7 substitutes)
- One (1) women team of twelve (12) players (5 effectives and 7 substitutes)
At the first General Technical Meeting, the Head of Delegation or his representative shall confirm and sign the official list of the accredited competitors by the CISCA.
The countries participating in the futsal tournament must bring with their delegations and at their own costs:
- Men’s tournament: one (1) international FIFA Futsal referee,
- Women’s tournament: one (1) international FIFA Futsal referee.
These countries must provide the Organising Committee three (3) months before the start of the championship, with the names of two (2) international FIFA referees (1 effective + 1 non-travelling substitute) per team.
Any country failing to fulfil this obligation will pay a fee (Art.5.3) per referee to the Organising Committee.
The countries participating in the futsal tournament must pay a deposit (Article 5.4.4) to guarantee the participation of their team. This deposit must be paid to FISU in a term determined by the Executive Committee; otherwise the entry will not be taken into consideration.