WMFC 2013

WMFC 2013

Some facts on the Championship

The 19th World Medical Football Championship is taking place in Budapest, 29th June-7th July.



Introducing the capital of Hungary

Budapest is the proud capital of the 19th World Medical Football Championship. It's a city of full of surprises and…

Event Venue

Event Venue

Our central venue for the Championship

Central Europe' biggest hotel and aquatic advanture park complex

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The 19th World Medical Football Championship will take place in Budapest, between 29th June and 7th July.

13 countries have confirmed their particiaption, and we expect some more application yet. Countries that are listed for the event: two newbies - Belorussia and Russia, regular participants from overseas - Brazil, South-Korea, Australia and the USA. European countries that have already played before: Sweden, Germany, Austria, Great-Britain, Spain, Lithuania and the host country and title holder, Hungary. 

We have carefully chosen our central venue for the event, Ramada Resort Budapest, a 4 star superior hotel offereing all necessary anemnities.

We are still in negotiation with the selected stadium, and will announce the location of the football matches as soon as possible. 

 Social programmes are to be anounced in the near future.


More information on the Championship:

Central Venue


Booking details


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