The International Blind Sport Federation (IBSA) Football Committee is seeking hosts for its major championships in 2019.
The Committee has launched the application process to stage next year’s African Championships, American Championships, Asian Championships, Central American Championships and European Championships Division One and Division Two.
A number of these events offer direct qualification for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
The top eight teams at the 2017 European Championships in Germany’s capital Berlin have qualified automatically for the 2019 European Championships Division 1 and are invited to bid to stage the event.
From first to eighth place, they are Russia, Spain, England, France, Turkey, Germany, Italy and Belgium.
The Championships are expected to take place either at the end of August or the beginning of September.
The 2019 European Championships Division Two will also be a qualifier for Division 1, with the top two teams given slots to play.
The Division Two event is likely to be held in spring 2019.
IBSA member organisations wishing to bid to host any of the events are invited to express their interest by by July 31.
The launch of the application process comes with just over a week until the start of the 2018 IBSA Football World Championships in Madrid.
Competition will take place from June 7 to 17, with defending champions Brazil's first match coming in the Spanish capital on June 8.
They will open Group D with a game against Costa Rica, before ties against Mali and England.
African champions Morocco will take on Spain, Turkey and Thailand in Group A, while Copa América winners Argentina, France, Colombia and Iran make up Group B.
European gold medallists Russia, who will participate as neutrals unless the suspension of the country's Paralympic Committee is lifted before the tournament begins owing to the nation's doping scandal, will compete in Group C along with Mexico, South Korea and Asian title holders China.