The 2020 FIFA Futsal World Cup Preliminary Group A ended with England continuing their progress as a Futsal developing nation by qualifying for the main round.
The draw for the FA Futsal Cup 2018-19 preliminary round was made on Tuesday 30 October.
England lost their recent friendly matches against Croatia 4-0 and 2-6 who are 40 places above them in the World Rankings but they aim to continue developing and succeeding on and off the court.
There was plenty of success for Upminster’s Finta Futsal at the Mareseme International Cup, with all three of their sides entered in the event reaching their respective age-group finals.
The FA National Futsal League unveiled a new logo today celebrating 10 years since the league was founded and it comes ahead of the league’s biggest season to date.
On the 2nd and 3rd of June, England competed against Poland at St Georges Park in what could be described as England's biggest weekend in the sport's awareness development.
The University of Nottingham Futsal recently hosted the biggest Futsal event ever in the U.K at Varsity Final against Nottingham Trent University with over 1000 attending.
Youngsters from Oxford City Lions and Carlisle Futsal Club have been celebrating their progression against Spanish opposition.
Fleetwood Town announced their first ever registration and appearance in the 2018 FA Futsal Cup.
England Futsal captain Luke Ballinger received a golden cap in front of 90,000 fans at Wembley.