Exciting times for African futsal development and Futsal Focus takes an extensive look at developments happening in Angola, Morocco, Uganda, Namibia, and Confederation of African Football (CAF).
Exclusive - Roberto Tobe, one of the founders of Futsal Africa Players Coaches Association discusses futsal in Africa, African players and more!
Futsal Association Uganda (FAU) and the Uganda Youth Football Association (UYFA) held stakeholders meeting and agreed on the various activities aimed at developing the game of Futsal.
FAU has utilized the forcefully imposed off-season time due to COVID-19 to undertake a couple of key administrative activities that started off with building a five-year strategic plan that the game shall adopt to benefit from.
Exclusive to Futsal Focus: We are launching the first professional futsal league in Angola and in Africa, setting a precedent for the other African nations to aim for. However, we also see our model as an example to all futsal developing nations not just in Africa but around the world.
Exclusive to Futsal Focus: Dino Paulo has been working with the Futsal Federation to establish an Angola Futsal League (Liga Futsal Angola – LFA) which will be the first professional futsal league in Africa.
Dino Paulo Futsal Board Advisor of the Angolan Federation of Futsal announces bid for Angolan Football Federation Presidency.
The Futsal Association Uganda has completed the second phase of its strategic planning process. The multi-phased 3 months process started with an internal data collection endeavor and later on expanded to its stakeholders in the second set.
Morocco put in a sensational performance in the final and thrashed Egypt 5-0 to be crowned African champions for the second consecutive edition of the region's qualifiers.
Debutants Mauritius has withdrawn from the Futsal Africa Cup of Nations, Morocco 2020 igniting more controversy around this year's world cup qualifiers in Africa.