The International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) has launched the bid process for the 2019 IBSA World Games.
Five editions of the quadrennial event have been held to date, with countries now invited to declare interest in staging the sixth.
Any nations considering playing host have been asked to return an expression of interest form to IBSA secretary general Henk van Aller by March 15.
IBSA, the global governing body for blind sport, first held their World Games in Spanish capital Madrid in 1998.
Quebec City in Canada then played host in 2003, before Brazilian city São Paulo took centre stage in 2007.
In 2011, the Games were held in Antalya in Turkey before South Korean capital Seoul staged the latest edition in 2015.
Ten different sports formed the programme for the last Games in Seoul.
These were athletics, swimming, powerlifting, goalball, judo, futsal, chess, bowling, tandem cycling and showdown.
Goalball, judo and blind football feature on the Paralympic Games schedule, with the World Games often used as part of the qualification process.