UEFA Futsal Champions League

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UEFA Futsal Champions League
UEFA Futsal Cup.png
Logo of the UEFA Futsal Cup
Founded 2001 (as UEFA Futsal Cup)
2018 (renamed)
Region UEFA
Current champions Spain Inter Movistar (5th title)
Most successful club(s) Spain Inter Movistar (5 titles)
Television broadcasters Eurosport
Website Official website
2018–19 UEFA Futsal Champions League

The UEFA Futsal Champions League is an annual futsal competition for European club teams organized by UEFA. It was founded as the UEFA Futsal Cup in 2001 and replaced the Futsal European Clubs Championship, an unofficial competition held since 1984. The final of the first edition was disputed as a single game in Lisbon, while the following four editions were decided over two legs. Since 2006–07, the winner is decided through a final four tournament.

The tournament will be renamed to the UEFA Futsal Champions League starting from 2018–19.[1]

Winners[edit]

UEFA Futsal Cup
Season Champion Score Runner-up Losing semi-finalists
2001–02 Spain Playas de Castellón 5–1 Belgium Action 21 Charleroi Croatia MNK Split and Portugal Sporting CP
2002–03 Spain Playas de Castellón 7–5 (1–1, 6–4) Belgium Action 21 Charleroi Italy Furpile Prato and Spain Boomerang Interviú
2003–04 Spain Boomerang Interviú 7–5 (4–1, 3–4) Portugal Benfica Belgium Action 21 Charleroi and Spain Playas de Castellón
2004–05 Belgium Action 21 Charleroi 10–9 (4–3, 6–6) Russia Dinamo Moskva Spain ElPozo Murcia and Spain Boomerang Interviú
2005–06 Spain Boomerang Interviú 9–7 (6–3, 3–4) Russia Dinamo Moskva Kazakhstan Kairat Almaty and Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk
Season Champion Score Runner-up Third place Score Fourth place
2006–07 Russia Dinamo Moskva 2–1 Spain Boomerang Interviú Spain ElPozo Murcia 1–1 (4–3 p) Belgium Action 21 Charleroi
2007–08 Russia Viz-Sinara Yekaterinburg 4–4 (3–2 p) Spain ElPozo Murcia Russia Dinamo Moskva 5–0 Kazakhstan Kairat Almaty
2008–09 Spain Inter Movistar 5–1 Russia MFK Viz-Sinara Kazakhstan Kairat Almaty 1–0 Russia Dinamo Moskva
2009–10 Portugal Benfica 3–2 (aet) Spain Inter Movistar Azerbaijan Araz Naxçivan 2–2 (5–4 p) Italy Luparense
2010–11 Italy Montesilvano 5–2 Portugal Sporting CP Kazakhstan Kairat Almaty 3–3 (5–3 p) Portugal Benfica
2011–12 Spain FC Barcelona 3–1 Russia Dinamo Moskva Italy Marca Futsal 3–3 (4–3 p) Portugal Sporting CP
2012–13 Kazakhstan Kairat Almaty 4–3 Russia Dinamo Moskva Spain FC Barcelona 4–1 Georgia (country) Iberia Star Tbilisi
2013–14 Spain FC Barcelona 5–2 (aet) Russia Dinamo Moskva Azerbaijan Araz Naxçivan 6–4 Kazakhstan Kairat Almaty
2014–15 Kazakhstan Kairat Almaty 3–2 Spain FC Barcelona Portugal Sporting CP 8–3 Russia Dina Moskva
2015–16 Russia Gazprom-Ugra Yugorsk 4–3 Spain Inter Movistar Portugal Benfica 2–2 (2–0 p) Italy ASD Pescara
2016–17 Spain Inter Movistar 7–0 Portugal Sporting CP Kazakhstan Kairat Almaty 5–5 (3–2 p) Russia Gazprom-Ugra Yugorsk
2017–18 Spain Inter Movistar 5–2 Portugal Sporting CP Spain FC Barcelona 7–1 Hungary Győri ETO FC
UEFA Futsal Champions League
2018–19

Records and statistics[edit]

Performance by team[edit]

Team Winner Runner-up Years won Years runner-up
Spain Inter Movistar 5 3 2004, 2006, 2009, 2017, 2018 2007, 2010, 2016
Spain FC Barcelona 2 1 2012, 2014 2015
Spain Playas de Castellón 2 0 2002, 2003
Kazakhstan Kairat Almaty 2 0 2013, 2015
Russia Dinamo Moskva 1 5 2007 2005, 2006, 2012, 2013, 2014
Belgium Action 21 Charleroi 1 2 2005 2002, 2003
Russia Viz-Sinara Yekaterinburg 1 1 2008 2009
Portugal Benfica 1 1 2010 2004
Italy Montesilvano 1 0 2011
Russia Gazprom-Ugra Yugorsk 1 0 2016
Portugal Sporting CP 0 3 2011, 2017, 2018
Spain ElPozo Murcia 0 1 2008
Total 17 17

Performance by country[edit]

Rank Country Winner Runner-up Third place Total
1  Spain 9 5 3 17
2  Russia 3 6 1 10
3  Kazakhstan 2 0 3 5
4  Portugal 1 4 2 7
5  Belgium 1 2 0 3
6  Italy 1 0 1 2
7  Azerbaijan 0 0 2 2
Total 17 17 12 46

Note: There were no third place playoff match prior 2006–07.

Top scorers[edit]

All-time top scorers[edit]

Rank Player Team(s) Goals
1 Belgium André Vanderlei Belgium Action 21 Charleroi, Belgium Châtelineau Futsal 54
2 Belgium Lucio Belgium Action 21 Charleroi, Georgia (country) Iberia Star 50
3 Azerbaijan Vitaliy Borisov Azerbaijan AMMK Baku, Azerbaijan Olimpik, Azerbaijan Araz Naxçivan, Serbia KMF Ekonomac 44
4 Portugal Ricardinho Portugal Benfica, Spain Inter FS 43
5 Brazil Schumacher Spain Interviú Madrid 41
6 Brazil Leo Belgium Action 21 Charleroi 40
6 Portugal Arnaldo Portugal Benfica, Latvia FK Nikars, England Baku United 40
8 Russia Cirilo Russia MFK Dinamo Moskva 39

Source:[12]

Players records[edit]

Record Date Game Player Age
Youngest player in the history of UEFA Futsal Cup participating in a game[13] 3 October 2010 Athina 90 3–9 Time Lviv Panagiotis Paouris 13 years 9 months and 17 days
Youngest player in the history of UEFA Futsal Cup scoring a goal[13] 3 October 2010 Athina 90 3–9 Time Lviv Panagiotis Paouris 13 years 9 months and 17 days

References[edit]

  1. ^ "UEFA to revamp and expand futsal competitions". UEFA.com. 4 April 2017.
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. Retrieved 2013-04-29.
  3. ^ UEFA.com. "Thirteen lucky for top scorer Bali". UEFA.com.
  4. ^ UEFA.com. "Makhoukhi takes top scorer honour". UEFA.com.
  5. ^ UEFA.com. "Joel tops scorers' table". UEFA.com.
  6. ^ UEFA.com. "Kairat's Santana wins futsal finals goal rush". UEFA.com.
  7. ^ UEFA.com. "Wilde and Al-Ionai prove most prolific". UEFA.com.
  8. ^ UEFA.com. "Kairat's Fumasa tops Futsal Cup scoring charts". UEFA.com.
  9. ^ UEFA.com. "Foglia tops scorers chart after Araz heroics". UEFA.com.
  10. ^ uefa.com. "The official website for European football – UEFA.com". Uefa.com.
  11. ^ "Statistics 2016–17". UEFA.com. Retrieved 30 April 2017.
  12. ^ UEFA.com. "Ricardinho top scores at Futsal Cup finals". UEFA.com.
  13. ^ a b "Uefa Futsal Cup, analisi delle avversarie della Luparense: Lokomotiv Kharkiv, Baku e Athina" (in Italian). calcioa5live.com. 30 September 2014. Retrieved 7 August 2017.

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