The International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Football Committee is due to showcase the game in Oceania over the coming days ahead of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Football Committee chairman Ulrich Pfisterer will visit both Australia and New Zealand in an attempt to boost the development of the game.
His first stop will be in Melbourne, Australia, where a two-day workshop with local players and coaches will be held to promote the sport in the region.
Meetings with local partners and a press conference complete the busy schedule.
The following day an open training session will be held at Saint Kertigern Boys' School.
Pfisterer's trip comes a week after Spanish capital Madrid was chosen to host the 2018 IBSA Blind Football World Championships.
It is scheduled to take place at the ONCE Duques de Pastrana Sport and Culture Complex, located 13 kilometres from Madrid Airport, from June 17 to 25.