Zurich, March 5, 2019: FIFA and the local organising committee are pleased to announce that the media accreditation process for media representatives wishing to cover the FIFA U20 World Cup Poland 2019 is now open via the FIFA Media Channel.
U20 World Cup Poland: The deadline for accreditation applications is Sunday, 31 March 2019.
The FIFA U-20 World Cup Poland 2019 will play from 23 May to 15 June in Bielsko-Biala, Bydgoszcz, Gdynia, Lodz, Lublin and Tychy.
The final will take place in Lodz on Saturday, 15 June 2019.
A separate accreditation process for FIFA Media Rights Licensees (MRLs) will manage by the Broadcaster Services team at FIFA TV, who will provide MRLs with a specific link for online accreditation registration.
For further queries, please contact [email protected]
Media representatives who do not have an approved FIFA Media Channel account can complete the registration form by visiting http://media.FIFA.com/registration.
U20 World Cup Poland: Please note that approval to access the FIFA Media Channel does not mean that you have been granted accreditation.
Media accreditation for any FIFA event requires the completion of an accreditation form that can be access on the FIFA Media Channel.
All applications are subject to confirmation and accreditations will not be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Successful applicants will be notified and provided with further information in due course.
Furthermore, please be advised that international applicants are responsible for obtaining their own visas.
Important notice regarding accreditation system:
FIFA is introducing a new accreditation system that requires a user ID and password that is separate from the FIFA Media Channel.
When clicking on the media accreditation link, first-time users of the new FIFA accreditation system will need to establish an account by creating a password and clicking on “Register” to access the media accreditation form.
For more information on the FIFA U-20 World Cup Poland 2019, please visit FIFA.com. —- FIFA
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