World of Coffee Copenhagen is taking place this very instant, and with it four different World Coffee Championships: World Coffee in Good Spirits, World Cezve/Ibrik Championship, World Latte Art Championship, and World Roasting Championship. But that doesn’t mean it’s too soon to start thinking about 2025. With the in mind, the Specialty Coffee Association has released the full schedule of World Coffee Championship host cities for 2025, and it is going to be a globe-spanning year.

The seven total events will take place across four cities spread over three continents. As was previously announced, the 2025 World Barista Championship will take place as part of HostMilano in October, but the locations for the remaining six events had yet to announced. Until now.

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The first event of the 2025 season will the be World Roasting Championship, which will take place at the Specialty Coffee Expo in Houston, Texas at the end of April. It will be followed shortly thereafter in May by the World Brewers Cup, which will be part of the previously announced World of Coffee Jakarta in Indonesia. Then, at the final World of Coffee event for the year, in Geneva, Switzerland in June, the remaining four events will occur: the World Latte Art Championship, World Coffee in Good Spirits, World Cezve/Ibrik Championship, and World Cup Tasters Championship.

“We are extremely excited to be taking the World Coffee Championships to no less than three continents in 2025,” says Yannis Apostolopoulos, CEO of the Specialty Coffee Association. “Showcasing coffee excellence, craftsmanship, and coffee innovation to more people through these competitions is all part of our strive to make coffee better.”

So get those passports ready, it’s going to be a busy year. For more information, visit the World Coffee Championships official website.

Zac Cadwalader is the managing editor at Sprudge Media Network and a staff writer based in Dallas. Read more Zac Cadwalader on Sprudge.