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2021 FIFAM World Cup
|Spanish: Copa del Mundo de la FIFAM|
Union de Sangheili y Schykillia 2021
Sangheili: Чемпионат мира ФИФАМ 2021 Великий Социалистический Народный Союз Сангхейли
Schykillian: Чвд Снгл 2021 Гв Хьвлм Шл ФИФАМ
2021 FIFAM World Cup official logo
Together for the Glory
|Host country||Sangheili Union Schykille)|
|Teams||12 (Participants, host nation is potentially trying to expand to at least 32 or 48 teams) (from 5 confederations)|
|Venue(s)||(in 16 Cities (10 in Sangheili Union, 6 in Schykille) host cities)|
The FIFAM World Cup Sangheili Union-Schykille 2021 takes place in the Second edition of the FIFAM World Cup, and at the same time it is the fourth edition of the world cup of micronations.
The Sangheili Union was given the hosting rights to host the then-2019 FISA World Cup which became FIFAM. The union of socialist states was given these rights in summer 2017 when they were given 2019 while their fellow Popular Nationes Union member Germax was given the rights to host in 2018. Germax withdrew their applications for future FIFAM considerations and since then the Sangheili Union will participate as part of the Popular Nationes Union in future FIFAM along side Schykille, Germax, Bonosia, and Vladivaskaya. On September 3 to the September 5th, 2018, FIFAM approved a proposal of plans by both the Sangheili Union and Schykille to host the 2021 World Cup. Both national teams and headquarters would announce the venues in the future.
The Sangheili Union's goal for hosting this tournament is to increase the number of teams to 32, or 48. FIFAM currently has 12 teams that will take place at the 2019 World Cup in Cherniv.
- Sangheili Union (Summer 2017)
- Schykille (June 22, 2018 - requested by Sangheili Union and accepted by FIFAM)
During the Sangheili People's Premier Hockey League in the 2018 Brezhnev Cup Finals between the Pioneers Club and eventual CSKA Schuylkill Haven, a ceremony before the game in Schuylkill Haven's All Jewish Arena with the promotion of the 2021 World Cup was shown with Schykillian Jul Mdama wearing number 20 on CSKA and Sangheili German Lubitov wearing 21 on the Pioneers.
Air Sanghelios and El Schuylkill, the main airliners of both countries are the official airliners of this tournament.
Sangheili TV will be the main broadcaster of the tournament. Sport 5 will broadcast matches featuring the Sangheili Union. Sport 1, 2, 3 and 5, as well Sangheili Union TV World News, Local News, and Sangheili Today will broadcast all non-Sangheili and Schykillian matches featuring other micronations. Schykille Broadcasting Corporation will broadcasting all matches in their 4 channel and 6 continental division. All channels are available in English, Sangheili, Schykillian Hebrew and Yiddish, Spanish and other languages that make up the Sangheili Union (Ex. Arabic in Amir and Balibanistan SSRs)
All Sangheili Socialist Republics submitted applications to host the competition however trying to have at least ten cities. Philadelphia, the capital of the union; Toledo, Krakteliya SSR; Wildwood, Ratchet SSR (hosted the MIHF World Cup Finals in 2017 at Wildwood Conventional Stadium between Schykille and Germax); Cleveland, Ohio SSR; Salisbury, Delmarva; Bellefontaine, Oldfoundland SSR; Islamir, Amir SSR; Trenton, Sanghelios SFSR; Newark, Sanghelios SFSR (In East Rutherford where it serves Newark); and Scranton; Sanghelios SFSR. Bellefontaine withdrew their hosting rights and gave it to Erie City, Erie SSR.
Notable rejected cities included were Homestead, Resoria SSR; Ctoria City, Ctoria SSR; Sirte, Balibanistan SSR; Erie, Erie SSR; Jamestown, Saint Yulma SSR; Oil City, Erie SSR; Akron, Ohio SSR; Saint Mary's, Oldfoundland SSR; Lancaster, Sanghelios SFSR; Wilkes Barre, North Penn SSR; Allentown, Sanghelios SFSR; Dover, Sanghelios SFSR; and Ocean City, Delmarva SSR.
On July 26, 2018; the organizing committee made a statement saying they want to "follow the footsteps of the USA-Canada-Mexico bid of FIFA 2026" and are currently going into discussions into including two to six cities from Schykille (possibly Schuylkill Haven, Hershey, Harrisburg, State College, Altoona and Ednaton City).