See all the results after Portugal retained their title at the finals in Amsterdam and Groningen.
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Portugal have retained their UEFA Futsal EURO title after the 2022 edition reached a dramatic climax in the Netherlands.
The holders battled back from 2-0 down to defeat Russia 4-2 in the decider, thus winning the first ever 16-team finals. That came after Spain defeated Russia 4-1 to take bronze, as the final day of action ended a tournament that ran from 19 January to 6 February at Amsterdam's Ziggo Dome and Groningen's MartiniPlaza.
Sunday 6 February
Portugal 4-2 Russia
Spain 4-1 Ukraine
Saturday 29 January
Friday 28 January
Wednesday 26 January
Tuesday 25 January
Monday 24 January
Sunday 23 January
Saturday 22 January
Friday 21 January
Thursday 20 January
Wednesday 19 January
Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam: Group stage, knockouts
The 10,500-seater arena opened in 2012 and in addition to staging major indoor sports, it is a leading concert venue.
MartiniPlaza, Groningen: Group stage
The 3,900-seater arena opened in 1989 and was expanded in 2000. It has held major tennis and basketball events as well as concerts and exhibitions. It is home to the Donar basketball team.