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Meet the Women's Futsal EURO finalists

Hosts Hungary, Portugal, holders Spain and Ukraine will compete in the 2023 finals in Debrecen.

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Hosts Hungary, Portugal, holders Spain and Ukraine will compete in the third UEFA Women's Futsal EURO final tournament on 16 or 17 and 18 or 19 March after winning through October's main round. The event will be played at Főnix Arena, Debrecen.

Spain will be targeting a third straight title, having won the previous editions in 2019 and 2022, both held in Gondomar, Portugal. The host nation finished runners-up in those tournaments, while Ukraine came fourth in 2019 and took bronze the next time out. Hungary made their finals debut in 2022, ending fourth.

The tournament will again run as a knockout event, with semi-finals followed two days later by a third-place match and final. The draw date and final match schedule is to be confirmed.

Finalists

Hungary (hosts), Portugal, Spain (holders), Ukraine

Hungary (hosts)

How they qualified
Main round Group 4 winners (Brno, Czechia): D1-1 vs Slovakia, W3-2 vs Bosnia and Herzegovina, W3-0 vs Czechia

Qualifying top scorer: Csilla Krascsenics 2

2022 final tournament: Fourth place
Semi-final: L0-6 vs Portugal
Third-place match: L1-2 vs Ukraine
2019 final tournament: Did not qualify

Qualifying results

Portugal

How they qualified
Main round Group 3 winners (Fafe, Portugal): W14-0 vs Belarus, W12-0 vs Slovenia, W5-1 vs Italy

Qualifying top scorer: Carla Vanessa 8

2022 final tournament: Runners-up
Semi-final: W6-0 vs Hungary
Final: L3-3aet, 1-4pens vs Spain
2019 final tournament: Runners-up

Semi-final: W5-1 vs Ukraine
Final: L0-4 vs Spain

Spain (holders)

How they qualified
Main round Group 1 winners (Vantaa, Finland): W14-0 vs Belgium, W6-1 vs Sweden, W7-2 vs Finland

Qualifying top scorer: Vanessa Sotelo 7

2022 final tournament: WinnersSemi-final: W9-0 vs Ukraine
Final: W3-3aet, 4-1pens vs Portugal
2019 final tournament: Winners

Semi-final: W5-0 vs Russia
Final: W4-0 vs Portugal

Gondomar 2022: Spain retain title
2022 final highlights: Spain pip Portugal on penalties

Ukraine

How they qualified
Main round Group 2 winners (Poznań, Poland): W5-2 vs Netherlands, W5-1 vs Croatia, D1-1 vs Poland

Qualifying top scorer: Yuliya Tytova 5

2022 final tournament: Third place
Semi-final: L0-9 vs Spain
Third-place match: W2-1 vs Hungary
2019 final tournament: Fourth place

Semi-final: L1-5 vs Portugal
Third-place match: L2-2, 2-3pens vs Russia