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Football at the 2020 Summer Olympics

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Football at the 2020 Summer Olympics
Tournament details
Host country Japan
Dates 22 July – 8 August 2020
Teams 16 (men's) + 12 (women's) (from 6 confederations)
Venue(s) 7 (in 6 host cities)
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The association football tournament at the 2020 Summer Olympics will be held from 22 July to 8 August 2020 in Japan.

In addition to the Olympic host city of Tokyo, matches will also be played in Ibaraki, Saitama, Sapporo, Sendai, and Yokohama.[1]

Associations affiliated with FIFA may send teams to participate in the tournament. Men's teams are restricted to under-23 players (born on or after 1 January 1997) with a maximum of three overage players allowed, while there are no age restrictions on women's teams.

Brazil are the men's defending champions, while Germany are the women's defending champions.

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Contents

Competition schedule

GS Group stage QF Quarterfinals SF Semifinals B 3rd place play-off F Final
Date
Event
Wed 22 Thu 23 Fri 24 Sat 25 Sun 26 Mon 27 Tue 28 Wed 29 Thu 30 Fri 31 Sat 1 Sun 2 Mon 3 Tue 4 Wed 5 Thu 6 Fri 7 Sat 8
Men GS GS GS QF SF B F
Women GS GS GS QF SF B F

Venues

A total of seven venues will be used:[1]

Tokyo Saitama Yokohama
National Stadium Tokyo Stadium Saitama Stadium Int. Stadium Yokohama
Capacity: 80,016
Capacity: 49,000
Capacity: 62,000
Capacity: 70,000
Ajinomoto Stadium 20101120.JPG
Saitama Stadium Panorama.jpg
NISSANSTADIUM20080608.JPG
Ibaraki
Kashima Soccer Stadium
Capacity: 42,000
Kashima Stadium 1.JPG
Sendai
Miyagi Stadium
Capacity: 48,000
MiyagiStadiumTrackField.jpg
Sapporo
Sapporo Dome
Capacity: 42,000
Sapporo Dome 001.jpeg

Qualification

The Organising Committee for FIFA Competitions ratified the distribution of spots at their meeting on 14 September 2017.[2]

Men's qualification

In addition to host nation Japan, 15 men's national teams will qualify from six separate continental confederations.[2]

Means of qualification Dates1 Venue1 Berths Qualified Appearance Last appearance Previous best performance
Host country 7 September 2013 N/A 1  Japan 11th 2016 Third-place (1968)
2019 UEFA European Under-21 Championship[3] 16–30 June 2019  Italy
 San Marino
4 TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
2019 Pacific Games July 2019  Samoa 1 TBD
2019 CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying Championship 3–15 October 2019  Costa Rica 2 TBD
TBD
2019 Africa U-23 Cup of Nations November – December 2019  Egypt 3 TBD
TBD
TBD
2020 AFC U-23 Championship 8–26 January 2020[4]  Thailand 3 TBD
TBD
TBD
2020 CONMEBOL Pre-Olympic Tournament[5] January – February 2020  Colombia 2 TBD
TBD
Total   16  
  • ^1 Dates and venues are those of final tournaments (or final round of qualification tournaments), various qualification stages may precede matches at these specific venues.

Women's qualification

In addition to host nation Japan, 11 women's national teams will qualify from six separate continental confederations.[2]

Means of qualification Dates2 Venue2 Berths Qualified Appearance Last appearance Previous best performance
Host country 7 September 2013 N/A 1  Japan 5th 2012 Runner-up (2012)
2018 Copa América[6] 4–22 April 2018  Chile 1  Brazil 7th 2016 Runner-up (2004,2008)
2018 OFC Nations Cup[7] 18 November – 1 December 2018  New Caledonia 1 TBD
2019 FIFA Women's World Cup
(for UEFA eligible teams)
7 June – 7 July 2019  France 3 TBD
TBD
TBD
2019 CAF Olympic Qualifying Tournament October 2019 TBD 1 TBD
2020 CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying Championship February 2020 TBD 2 TBD
TBD
2020 AFC Olympic Qualifying Tournament February – March 2020 TBD 2 TBD
TBD
2020 CAF–CONMEBOL play-off TBD TBD 1 TBD
Total   12  
  • ^2 Dates and venues are those of final tournaments (or final round of qualification tournaments), various qualification stages may precede matches at these specific venues.


Draw

See also

References

External links

This page was last edited on 19 September 2018, at 19:37
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