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UEFA Women's Futsal EURO: full guide

Spain have won both completed editions; the third is in progess and concludes in March 2023.

Action from Portugal vs Hungary in the 2022 finals in Gondomar
Action from Portugal vs Hungary in the 2022 finals in Gondomar UEFA via Getty Images

2023: third edition

The competition returns to concluding in odd-numbered years, with the format otherwise unchanged, two rounds of qualifying producing four finalists for a one-venue knockout tournament on 17 and 19 March 2023. Hosts Hungary are joined by Portugal, holders Spain and Ukraine,

Final tournament (Főnix Arena, Debrecen)

Friday 17 March
Spain vs Portugal (16:00)
Ukraine vs Hungary (19:30)

Sunday 19 March
Third-place play-off:
Ukraine/Hungary vs Spain/Portugal (17:00)
Ukraine/Hungary vs Spain/Portugal (20:00)

All times CET

Main round (matches 19–23 October 2022)

Group 1
Qualified for finals: Spain (holders)
Also in group: Sweden, Finland (hosts), Belgium

Group 2
Qualified for finals: Ukraine
Also in group: Netherlands, Poland (hosts*), Croatia

Group 3  
Qualified for finals: Portugal (hosts)
Also in group: Italy, Belarus, Slovenia

Group 4** 
Qualified for finals: Hungary
Also in group: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovakia, Czechia (hosts)

*Change of hosts
**Russia excluded

  • The four main round group winners qualify for the finals in March 2023.

Preliminary round (matches 11–14 May 2022)

Group A:
Through to main round: Netherlands
Also in group: Serbia (hosts), Northern Ireland, Latvia

Group B
Through to main round: Belgium, Slovakia*
Also in group: Gibraltar (hosts), Moldova

Group C
Through to main round: Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina*
Also in group: Lithuania (hosts), Kazakhstan

*One of two best runners-up

  • Latvia were making their debut.

2022: second edition

Friday 1 July 2022:

Ukraine 0-9 Spain
Portugal 6-0 Hungary*

Sunday 3 July 2022:
Third place play-off
Hungary 0-2 Ukraine
Portugal 3-3aet, 1-4pens Spain

*Hungary replaced Russia

2019: first edition

Semi-finals: 15 February 2019
Russia 0-5 Spain
Ukraine 1-5 Portugal

Sunday 17 February 2019:
Third-place play-off: Russia 2-2 Ukraine (3-2pens) 
Final: Spain 4-0 Portugal