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January 4, 2020

The 16 teams going to the 2020 CONIFA Sportsbet.io World Football Cup 2020 – revealed!

With the news that the CONIFA Sportsbet.io World Football Cup 2020 will be taking place between 30 May-7 June 2020 in Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia, CONIFA is delighted to announce that the following teams have qualified for the tournament.

Africa
Matabeleland
Kabylia
Darfur
Western Sahara

Asia
Tamil Eelam
Panjab
United Koreans in Japan

Europe
South Ossetia
Western Armenia
Kernow
Parishes of Jersey
Karpatalya

North America
Cascadia

Oceania
Australian First Nations

South America
Mapuche

Global ticket
Chagos Islands

There is a full reserve list of teams in case any of the qualified teams can no longer attend the 2020 World Football Cup. This list is also dependent on each team paying its CONIFA membership fee by the deadline, and signing a tournament contract, so may be subject to change.

More information about the qualification system and how the 16 teams qualified will follow in due course. CONIFA looks forward to welcoming all our qualified teams to the 2020 Sportsbet.io World Football Cup to Skopje in six month’s time!

This article has been amended on 4 January 2020 to correct the qualification list. The list mistakenly included Ellan Vannin as a European qualified team, which was incorrect. Parishes of Jersey has correctly qualified for the 2020 World Football Cup.

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By Robin Toal

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