Swansea University are to compete in the UEFA Futsal Champions League after being nominated as it’s champion club for the 2019/20 season.
In 2019, he and his partners had an idea to bring the sport and the culture of futsal that he experienced to Wales. They identified that futsal could be the tool to help us reignite the feeling of community spirit within our city again.
Due to popularity and interest FTSL in Newport has developed a league. Since launching, the club has grown in popularity, with more than 30 players regularly coming to sessions. The club has grown so much that its founders have now established a league to give everyone an opportunity to play.
Wales International and the country's first-ever professional futsal player, Rico Zulkarnain has returned home to Newport and established a Futsal club.
Passion for Futsal is growing across the U.K but on Twitter a club in Wales, Brickfield Futsal Club are not only embracing the sport of Futsal, they have been very vocal on Twitter about their ambitions to provide their community with a Futsal club that is developing top players for…
A MUST READ - courtesy of Wrexham AFC: The partnership will see links between Wrexham Futsal and both the football club and RCF strengthened with a number of community-based projects as well as facility developments taking place.
Rico Zulkarnain proudly representing Wales around the world as his profile continues to grow, helping to increase awareness of Futsal in Asia where he is currently based but also in the UK as his achievements continue to inspire.
Champions Wrexham will come under the Wrexham AFC umbrella and compete in the UEFA Futsal Cup 201718 in their colours. Richie Jones discusses the club, their success and a lot more.
Courtesy of the Welsh FA, Richard Gunney is delighted with his squad's progress with one loss in their last six matches
Brickfield kicked off their Welsh National Futsal League campaign this weekend and it is great to see clubs from the Welsh Premier Football League getting involved in the sports development. Brickfield's experience may encourage more clubs to join the national league and help to grow the game in Wales.