This week, FISU AMERICA present to the National Federations, the Candidature Procedure, and the Minimum Requirement for the organization of the Continental events during the period 2021-2023.
In the events’ Agenda 2021 are the following:
- The FISU AMERICA Basketball 3×3 2021, in Lima Perú in July.
- The FISU AMERICA Assembly in Chengdu, China during the Summer Universiade in August.
- The FISU AMERICA Soccer 2021 in the city of Merida, Mexico in October.
- FISU AMERICA Futsal in November 2021, the final location has still to be confirmed.
- FISU AMERICA Rugby7 in November too, to confirm the location.
All the competitions are carried out under the concern and according to the calendar of the International Federation of University Sports. The case of the FISU AMERICA Basketball 3×3, which gives tickets to the University World Cup 3×3.
Some of the aspect highlighted for the candidature for a FISU AMERICA event are the followed: politics, financial, Organising Committee, logistics: transport, security, accommodations, and medical services. Also, the promotion and diffusion of the event.
From July to September the applications to hold an event will be receipt, and during the month of October, the FISU AMERICA Events Committee will evaluate and announce its decision to the Executive Committee to organize the Competition Calendar 2021.
The requesting for the 2022-2023 events, have time until November and after that, the Committee will announce its decision in February 2021.
FISU AMERICA pretend to keep an elite level for its athletes/students, technical and medical staff and judges who are part of the competitions, so that’s why the Event Committee build a document as a guide for the national federations who want to organize some of these continental events with the minimum requirements.
Among the included regulations can be found the International Sports Federations’ regulations, the length of the competition and the number of teams allowed, the amount of members by NUSF(athletes and staff), infrastructure required to be the designated city.