While the whole world is waiting for the 2018 World Cup curtain raiser on June 14 in Russia, with 31 days of exciting encounters between the best teams in the world, there is a different ball game altogether which has an equally huge potential to engage everyone.
Filip Juda, president of the World Minifootball Federation (WMF), with its headquarters in Prague, Czech Republic. (Courtesy: Wmf.org)
Minifootball has a big advantage because it is still football but more dynamic. (Courtesy: Wmf.org)
Excitement mounts as a minifootball match gets going. (Courtesy: Wmf.org)