The International Competition for Corporate Football

October 25-26 & 27

A Word From FIFCO

”It is with tremendous pleasure that I welcome you to the 2019 FIFCO World Corporate Champions Cup in Monaco. For the past ten years, our organisation has been arduously working towards building a truly global community of like-minded people with one common passion: Football. My team and I are pleased to announce this ambitious tournament to the entire corporate community. Our members will finally be able to deliver the utmost quality to their existing membership base and to allow them to continue into their football journey of a world-class tournament.”

The Next WCCC 2019

will happen in Monaco

Monaco Information

Population: 38,897  Founded in: 1215
Founded in 1215 as a colony of Genoa, Monaco has been ruled by the House of Grimaldi since 1297, when François Grimaldi, known as “Malizia” seized Monaco’s fortress in response to the exile imposed upon the Guelfs. For seven centuries the Grimaldi family has presided over the Principality of Monaco, the only exception to this was from 1789 to 1814, when Monaco was under French control. Designated as a protectorate of Sardinia from 1815 until 1860 by the Congress of Vienna, Monaco’s sovereignty was recognized by the Franco-Monegasque Treaty of 1861.
Economic development was spurred in the late 19th century with a railroad linkup to France and the opening of a casino in Monte-Carlo.
On 11 April 1950 Prince Rainier officially became monarch, succeeding his grandfather Prince Louis II. With the marriage to U.S. actress Grace Kelly in 1956, Prince Rainier brought Hollywood glamor to his tiny Mediterranean state and put Monaco on the international stage. Since then, the principality’s mild climate, splendid scenery and gambling facilities have made Monaco world famous as a tourist and recreation center and a haven for really rich people.


Qualifications for the World Corporate Champions Cup will be held in each participating countries. Each FIFCO-member country will hold a qualifying tournament to declare a national winner. The corporate team that wins the national-level tournament will represent their respective country at the World Corporate Champions Cup in 2019. Each country that wishes to participate at the FIFCO World Corporate Champions Cup, must be a member in good standing with FIFCO. Each member country can then organise a qualifying tournament in order to declare a winner in their respective country. Each country establishes their own tournament rules, based on FIFCO principles and organises their respective national-level tournament.
October 2019

16 countries will compete
in Monaco

Are you ready for the challenge?

The 16
Selected Teams
for the WCCC 2019

Connecting brands and ideas

CANADA Selection

CAPE VERDE Selection

FRANCE Selection

NIGERIA Selection

INDIA Selection

IRELAND Selection

IRAN Selection

EGYPT Selection

CABO VERDE Selection

MONACO Selection

CHINA Selection

PORTUGAL Selection

MALI Selection

EQUADOR Selection

ITALY Selection



Each country member in good standing will be authorized to send an officially recognized corporate football team to the tournament. Cost to participate is based on an individual price for a 3 or 4 night stay in Monaco at one of the three choices of hotels. For each participating player attending the tournament – FIFCO will provide:


All-expenses paid stay (Hotel/food/transfers) for 8 players

♦ Companion

Up to 2 coaches per team will be permitted

Other companions are permitted to attend and take advantage of special hotel rates

♦ Activities

Access to all activities

♦ Uniforms

Full uniform set with printed logo and country flag (Shirt/short/socks)

♦ Hotel

Choice between a 3-night or 4-night stay in a
4-Star hotel

♦ Gala

Full Gala Dinner


All participants need to submit a signed release form, a copy of their travel documents and 2 passport-like photos to the organising committee.

A trip to Monaco may entail a visa application process. The country is a member of the Schengen Area, which means that you need a Schengen visa. That is not the case if you are from a European Union country, as well as from one of the European Economic Area countries. Second of all, the Schengen visa policy includes a list of visa waiver countries. Their nationals can go anywhere within the Schengen Area for up to 90 days without a visa. All the other nationalities must apply for a Schengen Visa. If you need to find out quick in which category you are, just take a look at the visa policy of the Schengen Area. When you need a Schengen visa, you need to establish to which embassy you need to go and apply. That is because the rules about this are pretty strict. In consequence, if you want to travel to Monaco only, you need to go to its nearest embassy to get your Schengen visa.


We look forward to welcoming you
to the 2019 World Corporate Champions Cup in Monaco

All participants must be a minimum age of 21 years by the time the tournament begins

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