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Bids for FINA Events

Come and Join the FINA World!

FINA offers a range of opportunities to bring the excitement of a FINA Aquatics event to your City. The links below provide information about the available events, and FINA is happy to provide additional information at any time, including the use of temporary pools in existing venues.

Bidding Deadline: August 30, 2020

FINA World Youth WP Men & Women Championships (U20) 2021

FINA World Youth WP Men & Women Championships (U20) is held every two years for the players under the age of 20. More information coming soon.

Bidding Deadline: November 15, 2020

FINA World Junior WP Men & Women Championships (U18) 2022

FINA World Youth WP Men & Women Championships (U18) is held every two years for the players under the age of 18. More information coming soon.

FINA Water Polo World League Super Final Women 2020

The FINA Water Polo World League is the world’s first global league bringing together the best national water polo teams from around the world, concluding in the prestigious FINA Water Polo World League Super Final.

Established in 2002 (for men) and 2004 (for women), the competition formula comprises preliminary tournaments in the five continents and the Super Final for both the men’s and women’s league, where the best eight teams of the preliminaries fight for the World League title and for the best share of the competition’s prize money.

FINA World WP Men & Women Championships (U16) 2022

More information coming soon.

FINA Water Polo Challenge Cup 2021

More information coming soon.

Bidding Deadline: November 30, 2020

FINA High Diving World Cup 2022

The FINA High Diving World Cup welcomes the world's best high divers in action every year in a three-day event.

Since the remarkable introduction of High Diving in the FINA World Championships programme and crowning moment of the first-ever World champions in Barcelona (ESP) in 2013, the sport has continued to grow in popularity and attractiveness. Two events are on the programme: a men's competition in five rounds competing from 27m and a women's competition in three rounds diving from 20m.

FINA Artistic Swimming World Series Super Final 2022
The FINA Artistic Swimming World Series Super Final is a FINA branded event organised in close collaboration between FINA and the Host National Federation and country. 
 
Participation will be open to the 12 finalists of the FINA Artistic Swimming World Series in each of the four (4) categories: solo, duet, mixed duet and teams based on their points placement and by invitation only.
FINA World Junior Swimming Championships 2021

Since 2006, FINA organizes World Swimming Championships to allow young swimmers to develop through elite level competition. Every two years, about 500 swimmers aged between 14 and 18 years old (girls between 14-17, boys between 15-18) gather together to test their skills among an up-and-coming field.

Rio de Janeiro (BRA) in 2006, Monterrey (MEX) in 2008, Lima (PER) in 2011, Dubai (UAE) in 2013, Singapore (SGP) in 2015 and Indianapolis (USA) in 2017 hosted successful editions of this major event. In 2019, the international rendezvous will take place in Budapest (HUN) as host of the seventh edition of the FINA World Junior Swimming Championships.

FINA World Diving Junior Championships 2022

The FINA World Junior Diving Championships are held every two years, bringing together young prospects from the strongest nations in the sport to compete at world level.

The six-day competition is divided into two age groups (A and B). Group A is for divers from 16 to 18 and Group B for divers from 14 to 15 years old. There are 14 events on the programme: 1m springboard, 3m springboard and 10m platform for A and B as well as a 3m springboard synchro event mixing A and B.

First held in 1977, the event welcomes about 200 divers from 30 countries at each edition. The 20th FINA World Junior Diving Championships were organised in Penza (RUS) in 2014.

FINA Diving World Cup 2022

The FINA Diving World Cup is a prestigious bi-annual circuit which gathers during six days the women's and men's world’s diving elite to perform in eight events: 3m springboard, 10m platform, 3m springboard synchro, 10m platform synchro.

The 20th FINA Diving World Cup in Rio (BRA), from February 19-24, 2016 was part of the Test Events Programme for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. The event not only provided athletes with a chance to compete at the Olympic venue, it also offered an additional opportunity to qualify for the Games.