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The trophy

The UEFA Futsal Cup trophy is made of metal alloy with a plexiglass ball that reflects the dynamism and harmony of futsal and also shows the competition logo.
The trophy
The UEFA Futsal Cup trophy ©UEFA.com
 

Road to the final

The UEFA Futsal Cup comprises three group stages and a four-team final tournament.

Preliminary round
Depending on the number of entrants, the lower-ranked nations are drawn into three or four-team mini-tournaments played at the start of the season. Each mini-tournament is staged by one of the clubs and each team plays each other once with the group winners progressing.

Main round
The preliminary round winners join all but the four highest-ranked entrants excused the previous stage. They are drawn into six groups of four, staged as one-venue mini-tournaments, with the top two teams going through.

Elite round
The 12 teams progressing from the main round join the four top seeds and are drawn into four groups of four teams. The winners of the one-venue mini-tournaments in late autumn progress to the finals.

Finals
The four-team finals are held over a weekend in late April and hosted by one of the qualifiers. The tournament is played as a knockout with the semi-finals followed two days later by the final and third-place play-off. If the third-place match is level after 40 minutes it goes straight to penalties, in the other games ten minutes of extra time will be played.



Further details, including the criteria for separating teams that finish level on points in a group, or after extra time in a match, can be found in the
official competition regulations.

The trophy

The UEFA Futsal Cup trophy is made of metal alloy with a plexiglass ball that reflects the dynamism and harmony of futsal and also shows the competition logo.

Weight: 7.5kg
Height: 40cm
Design: Blue Infinity, Geneva
Material: Metal alloy and plexiglass

The upper part of the trophy with the plexiglass ball reflects the dynamism and harmony of futsal and also reflects the competition logo. The metal alloy circle frame and base-pillar show a variation of matt and brilliant finishing highlighting the shape of the trophy and underlining its noble appearance.

The trophy remains with the cup winners for one year. UEFA is responsible for engraving the trophy with the name of the winning club. The holders must return the trophy to UEFA two months before the beginning of the next final phase.

As a permanent souvenir, a scaled-down replica is awarded to the winners and the club may have a copy of the trophy made, provided the copy is clearly marked as a replica and does not exceed four fifths of the size of the original. The original trophy becomes the permanent property of any club that wins the competition three consecutive times or five times in total.

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