Jared Rand, England Futsal U19 captain plus Jordan Deer, England Futsal U19 international discuss how they got involved in Futsal, playing at University, the FA National Futsal League and for England on the international stage.
International women’s futsal came to Gibraltar for the first ever time making their debut on the international stage against another developing nation, Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland won not just their first international victory but both fixtures, 3-0 and 3-2. The Northern Irish women’s team played their first ever international fixtures…
And then, there were 7! The UEFA Futsal U19 EURO 2019 Main Round qualifiers have come to an end and Poland, Ukraine, Spain, Russia, Croatia, Netherlands, and Portugal will join hosts Latvia in September at the UEFA Futsal U19 EURO. Each team has made history for their country, qualifying for the…
The English U19 team can only be proud of their efforts and performance, they played as a team, fought as a team and went out as a team.
Main round U19 Futsal EURO start Sunday and seven teams will be joining hosts Latvia in the first UEFA European Under-19 Mens Futsal Championship finals
England men’s deaf Futsal team finished ninth out of 16 nations at the European Championship in Finland this month and their women's team finished fourth whereas the Republic of Ireland took the sixth spot and Poland won the tournament.
We had to wait a long time to find out who would host the 2020 FIFA Futsal World Cup but the participating nations won't have to wait much longer to see who they will face in the preliminary rounds and main rounds of the 2020 FIFA Futsal World Cup which…
England finished the competition with three straight wins, winning each fixture 3-1. However, what stood out was the competitive balance of the tournament and the performance of Northern Ireland compared to last year.
Newry Leisure Centre is hosting the Home Nations Futsal Championship featuring England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland from Friday until Sunday (30 November to 2 December).
Malaysian National futsal coach Chiew Chun Yong still believes his team are almost on par with Thailand even though they lost 4-2 to their rivals.