The Federation of Irish Sport presented Martin Cassidy, Chairman of Omagh Futsal Club with Tyrone's Volunteer in Sport Award for 2022. This is a fantastic achievement, great awareness, and recognition for Futsal on the island of Ireland.
Northern Ireland women’s futsal team played two friendlies to finish up the International Futsal season with six players making their debut.
Belfast school Holy Child PS and Waringstown PS from Co Down were the overall winners in the National Primary Schools Futsal Finals.
More than 60 primary schools entered regional competitions featuring boys'/ girls’ teams across Northern Ireland to reach the finals!!
Irish FA Regional Grassroots Development Officer, Kyle Spiers announced the launch of Northern Ireland's first Youth Futsal League in North Down & Ards.
Northern Ireland’s women’s futsal leagues are back, teams will be competing in a super league and championship staged across the country!
Futsal Club of the Year 2022 Irish FA Grassroots Award Winners, Omagh Futsal Club, has been nominated for Sport Northern Ireland Awards. It's Chairman Martin Cassidy and the club's Head Coach David Alonso are the nominees.
Northern Ireland Futsal Federation Super League launches with 11 clubs, but what would be the next step in the right direction.
Northern Ireland men's and women's international teams demonstrated at the Euro and World Cup qualifiers the potential of futsal in Northern Ireland. Futsal Focus spoke with Laura Devine, Chairwoman of the new Northern Ireland Futsal Federation about the sport's future in the country.
Omagh Futsal Club President Martin Cassidy was recently recognised as one of the top 3 volunteers in the U.K. Futsal Focus spoke with him to find out more about the fantastic work he and his club are doing in their community!