The Irish Football Association has supported members of the Men’s and Women’s Futsal leagues to help launch the Northern Ireland Futsal Federation to continue to develop and showcase the sport within Northern Ireland.
More than 30 sides in Northern Ireland are competing in regional leagues staged over the late autumn/winter period, involving teams from the NIFL Women’s Premiership and the NIWFA Championship.
The Cathedral Eye Northern Ireland Futsal Cup reached its climax at the weekend with Sparta Belfast lifting the trophy at the expense of Belfast United.
The Northern Ireland UEFA Futsal Champions League representative club will be decided through a cup competition, the Northern Ireland Foundation Futsal Cup.
Founders Martin Cassidy and David Alonso used their time wisely coming up with a 3-year club development plan to rebuild Omagh Futsal Club club from the ground up.
Afrimeripean Futsal Club is a multi-cultural futsal team are based in Co Armagh in Northern Ireland.
Blue Magic Futsal Dublin win the FAI Futsal Cup and will compete in the UEFA Futsal Champions League but Belfast Spart withdraw from IFA play-offs
Cathedral Eye Clinic will be sponsoring both the senior male and female domestic leagues for the next three seasons as well as the senior men’s and senior women’s international futsal squads.
Darius Dielininkaitis, head coach of Northern Ireland’s Futsal champions, Sparta Belfast looks ahead to their first UEFA Futsal Champions League, discusses Futsal in Northern Ireland and more.
Chris Morgan: "There are real benefits for young players.. we should be promoting Futsal more vigorously"