The Ivory Coast Teqball Federation (FTCI) is holding a talent day in order to form a national team.
Players between the age of 18 and 30 are invited to attend at the Institut National de la Jeunesse et des Sports in Abidjan on Saturday (July 27).
All applicants must be taller than 5ft 6in.
"If you control the round ball, do not hesitate to join us," the FTCI said.
Teqball is beginning to make strides in Africa.
It was recognised as an official sport by the Association of National Olympic Committees of Africa and showcased at the inaugural African Beach Games in Cape Verde last month.
A doubles tournament featured teams from 14 nations and was a demonstration event at the Games in Sal.
Cameroon's Hubert Noah Essomba and Gregory Tchami-Djomaha were the winners.
The International Teqball Federation (FITEQ) has pledged to donate significant resources to countries in Africa to help players work towards competing at more international events.
Viktor Huszár, FITEQ vice-president, revealed the body would donate 54 teqball tables to national Olympic centres in a bid to reach around 11 million children.