Futsal EURO finals in Gondomar

 

Porto’s Pavilhão Multiusos de Gondomar will host the first UEFA Women’s Futsal EURO finals in February, following a decision by the UEFA Executive Committee in Nyon, Switzerland.

The Portuguese Football Federation (FPF) beat off a bid from the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) to host the event. Portugal also staged the finals of the first UEFA Futsal Cup in 2002.

Previously the venue for UEFA Futsal EURO 2007, Pavilhão Multiusos de Gondomar will welcome hosts Portugal along with fellow qualifiers Russia, Spain and Ukraine.

The four contenders will enter the semi-final draw on a date to be announced. The ties will be played on 14 or 15 February, with the final and third-place play-off on 17 February.

 

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UEFA Women’s Futsal EURO 2019

UEFA EURO Womens Futsal logo

A total of 23 nations have entered the first UEFA Women’s Futsal EURO and all will be involved in the qualifying draw at 13:30CET on 5 July.

Last year UEFA announced the launch of its first women’s futsal competition for national teams, to be held every two years with initially a four-team knockout final tournament. That will be held in mid-February 2019, to be hosted by one of the four eventual qualifiers.

The entrants include Northern Ireland, taking part in their first international futsal tournament for men or women. The full procedure for the qualifying draw (which will cover both rounds) will be confirmed before the ceremony.

Qualifying format:

Preliminary round: 21–26 August

  • The 13 nations with the highest ranking as per the UEFA futsal national teams coefficient ranking receive a bye.
  • The other ten entrants will enter the preliminary round.
  • The draw will produce two groups of three teams and one of four, played as one-venue mini-tournaments.
  • The three group winners advance to the main round join the 13 teams given byes.

Main round: 11–16 September

  • The 13 teams given byes and the three preliminary round winners will be drawn into four groups of four teams, played as mini-tournaments.
  • The four group winners will advance to the knockout finals in mid-February, with one of the nations appointed as hosts later in September.

Bye to main round
Russia
Spain
Portugal
Kazakhstan
Ukraine
Italy
Serbia
Slovenia
Croatia
Hungary
Czech Republic
Romania
Poland

Enter in preliminary round
Slovakia
Belarus
Netherlands
Belgium
Finland
Moldova
Sweden
Armenia
Lithuania
Northern Ireland

The calendar
Qualifying draw: 5 July, Nyon
Preliminary round: 21–26 August
Main round: 11–16 September
Finals draw: TBC
Final tournament: 14 or 15 & 16 or 17 February

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