The Peniche stage is scheduled to take place between 3 and 13 March, 2022, and will be the third stop of the next main circuit.
The first stage is scheduled for Pipeline in Hawaii, United States (USA), from 29 January to 10 February, followed by Sunset, also in Hawaii, from 11 to 23 February.
Then, the best surfers in the world will compete in Portugal, followed by two events in Australia, at Bells Beach (10 to 20 April) and Margaret River (24 to May 4 April).
Between 28 May and 6 June, they head to Indonesia (G-Land), then travel to Trestles (USA) from 15 to 22 June.
This is followed by races in Saquarema, Brazil (27 June to 4 July), Jeffreys Bay, South Africa (9 to 18 July), and Teahupo'o, Tahiti (11 to 21 August).
Finals day, which was introduced this year on the main circuit, is scheduled to take place between 7 and 18 September, 2022, at a venue yet to be determined.
Frederico Morais is the only Portuguese representative on the 2021 WSL main circuit, which has undergone several changes due to the evolution of the pandemic, after having been cancelled in 2020, and is ranked 11th in the world.
At the same time, the Portuguese athlete had guaranteed qualification for the Tokyo Olympic Games2020, held in Japan, but had to give up his participation at the last minute, because he tested positive for Covid-19.