The main round kicks off on Tuesday with Inter FS and ISK Dina Moskva among the 16 teams entering alongside the eight preliminary round group winners.
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The UEFA Futsal Cup main round kicks off on Tuesday with three-time winners Inter FS and high-profile newcomers ISK Dina Moskva among the 16 teams starting their campaigns alongside the eight preliminary round group winners.
- The top two sides in each of the six one-venue mini-tournaments will advance to the elite round. UEFA.com previews the groups.
Group 1 (30 September–3 October): FK EP Chrudim (CZE)*, Sporting Club de Paris (FRA), FC Stalitsa Minsk (BLR), KMF Zelezarec Skopje (MKD)
- Hosts Chrudim have progressed from the main round in all eight of their consecutive entries; debutants Stalitsa and Zelezarec both came through the preliminary round.
Group 2 (2–5 October): Iberia Star Tbilisi (GEO), FK Nikars Riga (LVA)*, FC Grand Pro Varna (BUL), Rekord Bielsko-Biała (POL)
- Iberia have entered all 14 editions and hosted the 2013 finals; Varna and debutants Rekord advanced from the preliminary round.
Group 3 (2–5 October): ISK Dina Moskva (RUS)*, Futsal Team Charleroi (BEL), FC Deva (ROU), MNK Alumnus Zagreb (CRO)
- Dina, the dominant Russian team in the 1990s, are making their debut in this competiton; Charleroi are formed from Futsal Châtelineau; Alumnus are debutants.
Group 4 (2-5 October): Inter FS (ESP), FC Lokomotiv Kharkiv (UKR), KMN Kobarid (SVN)*, Hovocubo (NED)
- Inter are the only three-time winners of this competition; debutants Hovocubo went through the preliminaries with a goal five seconds from the end against Eden Futsal of Dublin.
Group 5 (1-4 October): KMF Ekonomac Kragujevac (SRB)*, Luparense C/5 (ITA), Athina '90 (GRE), Baku United FC (ENG)
- Luparense reached the 2010 semi-finals; London's Baku had the best record in the preliminary round.
Group 6 (2-5 October): Slov-Matic Bratislava (SVK), MVFC Berettjóújfalu (HUN)*, Vegakameratene (NOR), FC APOEL Nicosia (CYP)
- Bratislava have got to the elite round six times; APOEL made it through the preliminary round on their first entry.
Road to the finals
- The top two in each group go into the elite round draw on 17 October, joined by the top four seeds – holders FC Barcelona, 2013 victors Kairat Almaty, last season's finals hosts Araz Naxçivan and 2011 runners-up Sporting Clube de Portugal.
- In the elite round draw the 16 clubs will be drawn into four groups staged between 18 and 23 November.
- The winners of the four groups proceed to the final tournament in late April with the hosts picked from among the qualifiers.