The International Federation of Teqball (FITEQ) has confirmed plans to stage its General Assembly on December 12.
Officials from FITEQ are set to attend the event in person at the organisation's headquarters in Budapest.
National Federations and other participants will join remotely due to travel restrictions imposed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Hungary has also seen a spike in COVID-19 cases of late.
FITEQ President and co-founder Gábor Borsányi, a former professional footballer, said the General Assembly would provide the governing body with the chance to discuss several important issues.
"It is important to bring the teqball family together and reflect on what has been a productive year, despite the challenges with the global pandemic, and plan for what will be a busy year next year," he said.
"With teqball’s debut as a medal sport at the Asian Beach Games in Sanya and involvement in the Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games, 2021 is set to be very exciting for our sport.
"The General Assembly will give us the opportunity to share and discuss ideas to ensure we are as well-prepared as we can possibly be."
FITEQ has asked member federations to submit agenda items before October 12.
The organisation said it would publish the agenda exactly one month later.