Today, Sunday 7 October 2018 is a date that will go down in the history of the discipline, one on which futsal will make its debut as an Olympic sport following a long fight for it to take its place in the programme.
On the 20 and 23 October 2018 at the Indoor Stadium Huamak, Thailand will host their invitational Futsal tournament called the Thailand 5s Tournament and has invited England to take part along with Malaysia and Uzbekistan.
England is certainly testing themselves this year in preparation for the FIFA Futsal World Qualifiers in January next year.
Just over 2 weeks from today, history will kick off in Argentina, Buenos Aires on October 7 when the first ever Futsal tournament for men and women will take place at the Youth Olympics as Futsal has now replaced Football at the prestigious competition.
Portugal, Spain, Russia, and Ukraine top their sections to complete the last four of the first ever UEFA Women's Futsal EUROs 2019.
31-year-old Christoffer Haagh, a futsal goalkeeper for Jaegersborg Boldklub played the game of his life for the Danish National Football team against Slovakia
Malta National Futsal Manager Vic Hermans looking to broaden his search for talent to play for Malta
Northern Ireland Women's Futsal can be excited about their future after a spirited performance throughout their journey in the first ever UEFA Women's Futsal EURO preliminary rounds.
On Wednesday the 1st of August, the AFC Futsal Club Championships 2018 will kick off in Indonesia for the first time, making history for the sport of Futsal in Asia.
Northern Ireland drew in Preliminary round Group A against Netherlands, Belgium, and Sweden in the first ever UEFA Futsal Women's EURO