Northern Ireland launched their Women's national team last year and are already challenging themselves to take on their European neighbours as UEFA announce the entrants for the first edition of the UEFA Women's Futsal EUROs
The newly established Northern Ireland’s women’s futsal team played their first ever match on Sunday (15 April) with a development game against Banbridge Town.
The 2018 AFC Women's Futsal Championship, which will be the second edition of the international event, will take place between May 2 and 12, 2018 in Thailand.
Futsal at this early stage in the sport's development in the U.K is a huge opportunity for former professional football players to continue their career development.
England preparations for the UEFA Under-19 Futsal Championships began with a friendly against AFC Bournemouth before their first official preparation match against Holland.
SUDS (the Sports Union for people with Down syndrome) was formed in 2012 as an umbrella organization for all the existing International Down syndrome sports bodies.
Northern Ireland continued their development with fixtures against Gibraltar ahead of their second Home Nations Futsal Championships in Scotland.
At the start of next month, Scotland will host the Futsal Home Nations Championship at Oriam in Edinburgh from 1 December, with entry to matches free of charge.
England Futsal captain Luke Ballinger received a golden cap in front of 90,000 fans at Wembley.
The participating countries for the AFC Futsal Championship 2018 are now complete due to the West Zone Qualifies coming to an end on Sunday.