Process & Deadlines

The registration deadlines are as follow:

  • General entry: 23 December
  • Team deposit payment: 23 January
  • Quantitative entry: 23 March
  • Individual entry: 23 May


FISU Online Accreditation System (OAS)


Financial Conditions

  • FISU Registration Fee

Participants in the WUBC must pay the FISU registration fee.

FISU member countries: EUR 20 per competitor and official.

Non-FISU member: EUR 40 per competitor and official.

The total FISU fee will be invoiced to your NUSF by FISU at the end of the 2020 WUC season.


  • Participations Fee

University of Malaga has the right to collect a participation fee of EUR 70 per person/per night from participating countries. It can be only paid in cash or by bank transfer in advance.

The remainder must be paid to University of Malaga by each country at the time of arriving in cash.

If a delegation wants to enter more accredited officials than allowed, a special request must be presented to FISU at the time of the deadline for quantitative entries March 23rd

The fee for each extra official will be EUR 140 per person/per night. 70€ per person/per day will be charged for early arrivals and late departures.

In case of early check-in or a late check-out, please contact the organisers regarding your travel details. This option will be confirmed upon residence availabilities.


  • ITO contribution fees

The referee fee per team will be able pay by transfer or upon arrival by cash at the WUC Beach Volleyball accreditation office. We still don´t know the exact amount and we will inform you as soon as we know it.


  • Deposit for accommodation

The amount of accommodation security deposit is EUR 500. This accommodation deposit will only be returned when the checkout inspection of the room at the hotel half an hour before departure show that the rooms and accommodation facilities are not damaged. If participants damage any property during their stay in the hotel, the HOD involved must pay for the damage according to the damage compensation table announced when checking in. If the amount of compensation is less than the accommodation deposit, remainder of the deposit will be returned after the sum is deducted. If the amount of the compensation exceeds the deposit, the excess sum should be paid by the HOD. If no property damage is suffered and rooms and facilities are as they were at check in time the deposit will be returned in full.