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Facts and figures

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Facts and figures
Eder Lima scored eight goals in the 2014 finals ©Sportsfile
 

Facts and figures

European futsal competitions have been organised by UEFA since 1996 and UEFA.com has the facts, figures and records.

Years in all cases refer to date of final tournament

Finals
2014: Italy 3-1 Russia; Antwerp, Belgium
2012: Spain 3-1 Russia (aet); Zagreb, Croatia
2010: Spain 4-2 Portugal; Debrecen, Hungary
2007: Spain 3-1 Italy; Porto, Portugal
2005: Spain 2-1 Russia; Ostrava, Czech Republic
2003: Italy 1-0 Ukraine; Caserta, Italy
2001: Spain 2-1 Ukraine (golden goal); Moscow, Russia
1999: Russia 3-3 Spain (aet, 4-3 pens); Granada, Spain
1996*: Spain 5-3 Russia; Cordoba, Spain

*UEFA European Futsal Tournament, championship status from 1999 onwards

Biggest wins
Qualifying: Russia 31-0 Moldova, 1996
Final tournament: Spain 9-1 Belarus, 2010

Individual match goalscoring
Qualifying: Konstantin Eremenko (Russia) 7 v Moldova, 1996
Final tournament: Serhiy Koridze (Ukraine) 5 v Portugal, 2003

Fastest final tournament goal
Felipe (Azerbaijan) v Serbia 2012, 8 seconds

Overall tournament top scorers
2014: Kristjan Čujec (Slovenia), Sergio Lozano (Spain) 9
2012: Cihan Özkan (Turkey), Darko Rangotov (Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) 8
2010: Clayton Baptistella (Italy), Joel Queirós (Portugal) 10
2007: Cihan Özcan (Turkey) 15
2005: Edwin Grünholz (Netherlands) 10
2003: Serhiy Koridze (Ukraine) 17
2001: Serhiy Koridze (Ukraine) 13
1999: Konstantin Eremenko (Russia) 20
1996: Konstantin Eremenko (Russia) 23

Finals top scorers
2014: Eder Lima (Russia) 8
2012: Torras (Spain)*,  Dario Marinović (Croatia) 5
2010: Saad Assis (Italy), Biro Jade (Azerbaijan), Javi Rodríguez (Spain), Joel Queirós (Portugal) 5
2007: Cirilo (Russia), Daniel (Spain), Predrag Rajić (Serbia) 5
2005: Nando Grana (Italy) 6
2003: Serhiy Koridze (Ukraine) 7
2001: Serhiy Koridze (Ukraine) 7
1999: Konstantin Eremenko (Russia) 11
1996: Konstantin Eremenko (Russia) 8

*Torras won adidas Golden Boot on assists

2014 top scorers
Preliminary round: Bojan Bajović (Montenegro) 6
Main round: Kristjan Čujec (Slovenia) 7
Play-offs: Marian Șotărcă (Romania) 5
Overall qualifying: David Bobokhidze (Georgia), Zoltán Dróth (Hungary) 8

All time top scorers
Final tournaments
Konstantin Eremenko (Russia) 20
Daniel (Spain) 16
Serhiy Koridze (Ukraine) 15

Overall including qualifying
Konstantin Eremenko (Russia) 44
Serhiy Koridze (Ukraine) 39
Igor Moskvychov (Ukraine) 32

Highest attendances
Qualifying: Slovenia v Russia, Moscow, 1999, 6,000
Final tournament: Croatia v Russia, Zagreb, 2012, 14,300

(final tournament only)
Oldest player: Andrey Tveryankin (Azerbaijan) v Serbia, 03/02/2012, 44 years 334 days
Oldest goalscorer: Mico Martić (Croatia) v Poland, 22/02/2001, 36 years 364 days
Youngest player: Cristian Rizzo (Italy) v Ukraine, 23/01/2010, 18 years 355 days
Youngest goalscorer: Adriano Foglia (Italy) v Russia, 22/02/2001, 19 years 303 days

Final tournament appearances (max 9)
9: Italy*, Russia*, Spain*
8: Ukraine*
7: Czech Republic*, Portugal*
5: Belgium*, Netherlands*
4: Croatia*, Slovenia*, Yugoslavia/Serbia
3: Azerbaijan*, Romania*
1: Belarus, Poland, Turkey

*inc 2014

Last updated: 09/02/14 0.48CET

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