The four groups from 19 to 23 October will decide the finalists next March.
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The four UEFA Women's Futsal EURO 2023 finalists will be decided by the main round from 19 to 23 October.
For 2022/23, the biennial competition has returned to its regular calendar after the postponement of the second edition from 2020/21 to 2021/22; the finals of that edition were held in July, with Spain again lifting the trophy ahead of Portugal, Ukraine and Hungary in Gondomar.
The top 11 ranked nations begin in the main round; the other five slots were decided in May's preliminary round, with Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Netherlands, Slovakia and Slovenia advancing. The four main round winners will progress to the 2023 finals next March.
Main round groups (matches 19–22 October)
Group 1 (19–22 October): Spain (holders), Finland (hosts), Sweden, Belgium
Group 2 (19–22 October): Ukraine, Poland (hosts*), Croatia, Netherlands
Group 3 (20–23 October): Portugal (hosts), Italy, Belarus, Slovenia
Group 4** (19–22 October): Hungary, Czechia (hosts), Slovakia, Bosnia and Herzegovina
*Change of hosts
- The four main round group winners qualify for the finals in March 2023.