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UEFA Futsal EURO facts and figures: all the records

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

Ricardinho: the first player to reach (and then pass) 21 Futsal EURO finals goals
Ricardinho: the first player to reach (and then pass) 21 Futsal EURO finals goals ©Sportsfile

We look at all the records in more than 25 years of UEFA Futsal EURO history, from the first tournament in 1996 to the inaugural championship-status edition of 1999 to the expanded 16-team final tournament that will be played in the Netherlands in 2022.

All years given are dates for final tournaments. Stats include the 1996 tournament prior to championship status.

Finals

12-team final tournaments
2018: Portugal 3-2 Spain (aet): Ljubljana, Slovenia
2016: Spain 7-3 Russia: Belgrade, Serbia
2014: Italy 3-1 Russia; Antwerp, Belgium
2012: Spain 3-1 Russia (aet); Zagreb, Croatia
2010: Spain 4-2 Portugal; Debrecen, Hungary
8-team final tournaments
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
6-team final tournament
1996*: Spain 5-3 Russia; Cordoba, Spain

*UEFA European Futsal Tournament, championship status from 1999 onwards

Most goals in final tournament

Serbia 2016, 129

Watch seven-goal Spain win 2016 title
Watch seven-goal Spain win 2016 title

TEAM RECORDS

Titles

Spain 7
Italy 2
Portugal, Russia 1

Final appearances

Spain 9
Russia 6
Italy 3
Portugal, Ukraine 2

Semi-final appearances

Spain 11
Russia 9
Italy 8
Portugal 4
Ukraine 3
Czech Republic, Kazakhstan 2
Azerbaijan, Belgium, Croatia, Netherlands, Serbia 1

Final tournament appearances (max 12 inc 2022)

12: Italy*, Russia*, Spain*
11: Ukraine*
10: Portugal*
8: Czech Republic
7: Slovenia*
6: Azerbaijan*, Croatia*, Netherlands*, Yugoslavia/Serbia
5: Belgium
4: Romania
3: Hungary, Kazakhstan*, Poland*
1: Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina*, Finland*, France, Georgia*, Slovakia*, Turkey

*inc 2022

PLAYER RECORDS

Titles

Luis Amado (Spain) 5 (2001, 2005, 2007, 2010, 2012)
Kike (Spain) 5 (2001, 2005, 2007, 2010, 2012)
Daniel (Spain) 4 (2001, 2005, 2007, 2010)
Juanjo (Spain) 4 (2007, 2010, 2012, 2016)
Ortiz (Spain) 4 (2007, 2010, 2012, 2016)
Javi Rodríguez (Spain) 4 (2001, 2005, 2007, 2010)
Torras (Spain) 4 (2005, 2007, 2010, 2012)
Julio (Spain) 3 (2001, 2005, 2010)
Lin (Spain) 3 (2010, 2012, 2016)

All-time goalscoring (final tournaments)

Ricardinho (Portugal) 22
Konstantin Eremenko (Russia) 20
Eder Lima (Russia) 17
Daniel (Spain) 16
Serhiy Koridze (Ukraine) 15
Javi Rodríguez (Spain) 13
Gonçalo (Portugal) 12

All-time goalscoring (including qualifying)

Konstantin Eremenko (Russia) 44
Serhiy Koridze (Ukraine) 39
Florin Matei (Romania) 36
Igor Moskvychov (Ukraine) 32
Ricardinho (Portugal) 32
Zoltán Dróth (Hungary) 30
Archil Sebiskveradze (Georgia) 30
Dario Marinović (Croatia) 29

Most appearances (final tournaments)

Luis Amado lifts the trophy in 2012
Luis Amado lifts the trophy in 2012SPORTSFILE

Luis Amado (Spain) 33
Kike (Spain) 29
Ortiz (Spain) 29
Daniel (Spain) 24
João Benedito (Portugal) 23
Lin (Spain) 23
Arnaldo (Portugal) 22
Julio (Spain) 22
Pedro Cary (Portugal) 21
Ricardinho (Portugal) 21

Most appearances (including qualifying)

Ortiz (Spain) 49
Luis Amado (Spain) 47
Rizvan Farzaliyev (Azerbaijan) 45
Aigars Bondars (Latvia) 43
Florin Matei (Romania) 43
Robert Lupu (Romania) 42

Overall competition top scorers

2022 (qualifying): Germans Matjušenko (Latvia) 10
2018: Bruno Coelho (Portugal) 11
2016: Ricardinho (Portugal) 11
2014: Kristjan Čujec (Slovenia), Sergio Lozano (Spain) 9
2012: Cihan Özcan (Turkey), Darko Rangotov (North Macedonia) 8
2010: Cleyton 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

The best of Futsal EURO 2018
The best of Futsal EURO 2018

2018: Ricardinho (Portugal) 7
2016: Miguelín (Spain)*, Mario Rivillos (Spain)*, Alex (Spain), Ricardinho (Portugal), Serik Zhamankulov (Kazakhstan) 6
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

*Won/shared Golden Shoe on assists

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

Age (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

MATCH RECORDS

Biggest wins

Qualifying: Russia 31-0 Moldova (1996)
Final tournament: Spain 9-1 Belarus (2010 group stage)

Highest-scoring match

Serbia 8-9 Azerbaijan, 2012 group stage

Highest-scoring knockout game

Russia 9-6 Netherlands, 1999 semi-finals

Highest-scoring draw

Kazakhstan 5-5aet Spain, 2018 semi-finals; Belarus 5-5 Portugal, 2010 group stage

Highest attendances

Qualifying: Czech Republic vs Kazakhstan, Almaty 2018, 10,231
Final tournament: Croatia vs Russia, Zagreb 2012 (semi-final), 14,300
Final: Italy vs Russia, Antwerp 2014, 11,558
Aggregate for final tournament: Serbia 2016, 113,820

All final tournament penalty shoot-outs

2018
Semi-finals: Spain 3-1 Kazakhstan

2018 highlights: Spain pip Kazakhstan
2018 highlights: Spain pip Kazakhstan

2012
Quarter-finals: Croatia* 3-1 Ukraine

2010
Semi-finals: Portugal 5-3 Azerbaijan
Quarter-finals: Spain 7-6 Russia
Quarter-finals: Azerbaijan 4-2 Ukraine
Quarter-finals: Czech Republic 3-1 Italy

2007
Semi-finals: Spain 4-3 Portugal*

2001
Semi-finals: Ukraine 5-4 Italy

1999
Final: Russia 4-2 Spain*

*Hosts

Records
Spain W3 L1
Croatia W1 L0
Czech Republic W1 L0
Azerbaijan W1 L1
Portugal W1 L1
Russia W1 L1
Ukraine W1 L2
Kazakhstan W0 L1
Italy W0 L2

All final tournament games decided in extra time

2018
Final: Portugal 3-2 Spain

2016
Semi-finals: Russia 3-2 Serbia*

2014
Semi-finals: Russia 4-3 Spain

2012
Final: Spain 3-1 Russia

2001
Final: Spain 2-1 Ukraine
Third-place play-off: Russia* 2-1 Italy

1996
Third-place play-off: Belgium 3-2 Italy
Fifth-place play-off: Ukraine 4-3 Netherlands

*Hosts

Record
Russia W3 L1 (inc pens W4 L2)
Spain W2 L2 (inc pens W5 L3)
Belgium W1 L0
Portugal W1 L0 (inc pens W2 L1)
Ukraine W1 L1 (inc pens W2 L3)
Netherlands W0 L1
Serbia W0 L1
Italy W0 L2 (inc pens W0 L4)