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2020 FISU eSports Challenge

The 2020 FISU eSports Challenge Football—Game on!

Just because we’re facing some challenging times, doesn’t mean we can’t get sporty and competitive. Here comes FISU’s first eSports challenge, with a FIFA20 competition! After an uber-successful online UWC Football Team Challenge that concluded in May 2020, it’s now time to take virtual football to the next level – with the 2020 FISU eSports Challenge Football!

 

How does the 2020 FISU eSports Challenge Football work?

The inaugural 2020 FISU eSports Challenge Football takes place from 6-16 July, with 11 action-packed competition days. 32 male players and 12 female ones will battle it out in two separate tournaments that will happen simultaneously. Each of FISU’s Continental member associations has fielded players for the tournament, ensuring a full geographical spread on the (virtual) pitch! Find out more about the competition here!

 

Final players! 

Women's Tournament 

Last Name First Name University Country
CRISTINA BATISTA PEREIRA Alexssandra

UniAteneu

 

BRA
ABDUL RAHMAN Nur Fatihah Malaysia University of Science and Technology MAS
LOPEZ Maria Soledad UNLaM - Universidad Nacional de La Matanza ARG
BADYAL Jasleen

Lovely Professional University

 

IND
AU Jessica

Monash University

 

AUS
KACKAR Saloni

Lovely Professional University

 

IND
DING Xi

Shanghai Theatre Academy

 

CHN
ALBREIKI Maha Saif Salem

Zayed University

 

UAE
FAHAD Najd Al-Imam Mohammad Ibn Saud Islamic University Riyadh KSA
MOHAMMED Khaalidah Bilqees

University of the Witwatersrand

 

RSA
PETRONELLA Mulenga 

University of Zambia

 

ZAM
KHANDUJA Sudiksha

University of Windsor

 

CAN

 

Men's Tournament

Last Name First Name University Country
SELLES DE OLIVEIRA Ulisses

Anhembi Morumbi University

 

BRA
NOWAK Gabriel

Jagiellonian University, Cracow

 

POL
 POLDRUGAČ Jurica

University of Zagreb

 

CRO
ANANUM Happy

University of Windsor

 

CAN
SHCHEDRIN Fedor Russian University of Economics named after G.V. Plekhanov RUS
BRIZUELA Nicolas Alejandro

National University of San Martín

 

ARG
POPKOV Vadim Russian University of Economics named after G.V. Plekhanov RUS
LICEA HERNANDEZ Jose Carmelo

Autonomous University of Queretaro

 

MEX
GUERRA Diego

YMCA University Institute 

 

URU
NAZLI LIM Muhammad Syamir Azri

University of Malaysia Pahang

 

MAS
GOULART João

University of Oporto

 

POR
RAJ Ullash

SRM University

 

IND
AL DHUHLI Amran Modern College of Business and Science OMA
KONGKIJPIPAT Natthawich

Rangsit University

 

THA
BEZLIUDNYI Vladyslav National University of Physical Education and Sport of Ukraine UKR
SUAREZ OLAYA Luis Domenico

University of Lima

 

PER
LIANG Zhanbo

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

 

CHN
MAT SHAIRI Mohammad Firdaus

University of Canterbury

 

NZL
AL MARZOOQI Salem Ali Salem Higher Colleges of Technology – Dubai Men's College UAE
SONDAY Mohammed Abbas

University of Stellenbosch

 

RSA
ALWAHHABI Abdulaziz  Al-Imam Mohammad Ibn Saud Islamic University Riyadh KSA
BORKAI Ádám

Széchenyi István University

 

HUN
MADY Ahmed Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport EGY
POLISHCHUK Bohdan National University of Physical Education and Sport of Ukraine UKR
MAHMOUD Mohamed

October 6 University

 

EGY
MAHLANGU Njabulo Witness

University of Stellenbosch

 

RSA
VÁRI Henrik Attila

Edutus College

 

HUN
CHIRWA Sonani Vincent 

University of Zambia

 

ZAM
MOHAFEZATKAR SERESHKEH Masih Qazvin University of Medical Sciences IRI
MARCEAU Zackary

Southern Cross University

 

AUS
AL HEBSI Abdulla Khalifa  Khalifa University of Science, Technology and Research UAE
HENRIQUES-GOMES Dillon

Swinburne University of Technology

 

AUS

 

 

 

 

Dates

17 June Registrations open
30 June Registrations close
3 July  Draw ceremony
6 July  Group stage starts
8 July  Group stage ends
9 July  Round of 16 (Day 1)
13 July Round of 16 (Day 2)
14 July Quarterfinals
15 July Semifinals
16 July Third Place
16 July Final

Eligibility and Regulations

Competitors meet the following criteria to take part:

  • Students who are currently officially registered as proceeding towards a degree or diploma at a university or similar institute, whose status is recognised by the appropriate national academic authority of their country.
  • Former students of institutions mentioned above who have obtained their academic degree or diploma in the year preceding the event
  • Be a student of a university they represent (no matter which nationality)
  • Note: no age limit conditions will be applied as long as the participants meet the above criteria

Click here to download the full set of rules, regulations and eligibility (PDF).

 

How do I register?

Registrations are now closed. The National University Sports Federation (NUSF) each represented university made the official entries for the competition.

 

The Organising Committee of the 2020 FISU eSports Challenge Football has the right to verify the eligibility of any athlete and documents presented, with the right to request additional information or documentation if necessary.

 

 

 

Contact

For registration issues please contact the FISU University World Cups Department.

For general queries please contact the Organising Committee.