Main round

Group 7(Host country: Finland)

ClubsPWDLFA+/-Pts
1FP Halle-Gooik FP Halle-Gooik3300160169
2Jahn Regensburg Jahn Regensburg3111610-44
3Futsal Minerva Futsal Minerva3102615-93
4Sievi Futsal Sievi Futsal301258-31

Legend:

P: Played   
W: Won   
D: Drawn   
L: Lost   
F: For   
A: Against   
+/-: Goal difference   
Last updated: 22/11/2017 15:37 CET

Matches

11 October 2017
11 October 2017 11 Oct - Futsal Cup, Main round (Group 7)
Halle-Gooik8-0Minerva
First referee: Borislav Kolev (BUL) - Second referee: Peter Nurse (ENG)
Stadium: Raahe Sports Hall, Raahe (FIN)
10/12/2017 10:26:12
11 October 2017 11 Oct - Futsal Cup, Main round (Group 7)
Sievi2-2Regensburg
First referee: Ozan Soykan (TUR) - Second referee: Grigori Zelentsov (RUS)
Stadium: Raahe Sports Hall, Raahe (FIN)
10/13/2017 17:22:15
12 October 2017
12 October 2017 12 Oct - Futsal Cup, Main round (Group 7)
Jahn Regensburg0-6Halle-Gooik
First referee: Peter Nurse (ENG) - Second referee: Ozan Soykan (TUR)
Stadium: Raahe Sports Hall, Raahe (FIN)
11/21/2017 09:15:59
12 October 2017 12 Oct - Futsal Cup, Main round (Group 7)
Sievi3-4Minerva
First referee: Grigori Zelentsov (RUS) - Second referee: Borislav Kolev (BUL)
Stadium: Raahe Sports Hall, Raahe (FIN)
10/13/2017 21:01:48
14 October 2017
14 October 2017 14 Oct - Futsal Cup, Main round (Group 7)
Minerva2-4Regensburg
First referee: Grigori Zelentsov (RUS) - Second referee: Peter Nurse (ENG)
Stadium: Raahe Sports Hall, Raahe (FIN)
10/16/2017 15:01:28
14 October 2017 14 Oct - Futsal Cup, Main round (Group 7)
Halle-Gooik2-0Sievi
First referee: Borislav Kolev (BUL) - Second referee: Ozan Soykan (TUR)
Stadium: Raahe Sports Hall, Raahe (FIN)
10/16/2017 15:23:23
Last updated: 22/11/2017 15:37 CET
 

Calendar

Qualifying

  • Matchday 1
    23 August 2017
  • Matchday 2
    24 August 2017
  • Matchday 3
    26 August 2017
  • Matchday 4
    10-15 October 2017
  • Matchday 5
    22 November 2017
  • Matchday 6
    23-24 November 2017
  • Matchday 7
    25-26 November 2017

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 (and if needed a certain number of runners-up) progressing.

Main round
The preliminary round winners join the remaining entrants. In Path A, the holders, and the other teams ranked 1 to 11 and 16 to 19 (excluding the holders) are drawn into four groups of four from which the top three go through. In Path B the remaining 16 teams including the sides progressing from the preliminary round are drawn into four groups of group from which the winners go into the elite round.

Elite round
The 16 teams progressing from the main round 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. Those matches will then be decided on penalties if the scores are still level.

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.