The 2011 FMF World Cup qualification rounds were the confederational qualifying competitions for the 2011 FMF World Cup, the sixth tournament of its kind.
Each of the four FMF confederations was given a quota of berths to be filled, with two nations earning automatic places; hosts Shireroth (WMFA) and 2010 winners Craitland (EMUFA). The following number of guaranteed places were assigned to each confederation:
A further place was reserved for the winners of the interconfederational play-off, which was contested between the teams that finished third in both the CTFA and WMFA.
After finishing with identical records, Victoria and Novatainia faced tiebreaking criteria. They were split by the results of their two shared matches, with the aggregate score being 4–3 in Victoria's favour.
The interconfederational play-off was contested by two teams: the third-placed team from both of the CTFA and WMFA confederational qualifying rounds. The two teams competed over a two-legged knock-out play-off, with the winners advancing to the finals.