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UEFA Futsal Cup

UEFA Futsal Cup
Founded 2001
Region UEFA
Current champions Kairat Almaty (2nd title)
Most successful club(s) Inter Movistar (3 titles)
Television broadcasters Eurosport
Website Official website
2015–16 UEFA Futsal Cup

The UEFA Futsal Cup is an annual UEFA. It was founded 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.

Contents

  • Winners 1
  • Records and statistics 2
    • By team 2.1
    • By country 2.2
    • Top scorers 2.3
      • Season 2.3.1
      • Final tournament 2.3.2
      • All-Time 2.3.3
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Winners

Season Champion Score Runner-up Losing semi-finalists
2001–02 Playas de Castellón 5–1 Action 21 Charleroi MNK Split and Sporting CP
2002–03 Playas de Castellón 7–5 (1–1, 6–4) Action 21 Charleroi Furpile Prato and Boomerang Interviú
2003–04 Boomerang Interviú 7–5 (4–1, 3–4) Benfica Action 21 Charleroi and Playas de Castellón
2004–05 Action 21 Charleroi 10–9 (4–3, 6–6) Dinamo Moskva ElPozo Murcia and Boomerang Interviú
2005–06 Boomerang Interviú 9–7 (6–3, 3–4) Dinamo Moskva Kairat Almaty and Shakhtar Donetsk
Season Champion Score Runner-up Third place Score Fourth place
2006–07 Dinamo Moskva 2–1 Boomerang Interviú ElPozo Murcia 1–1 (4–3p) Action 21 Charleroi
2007–08 Viz-Sinara Yekaterinburg 4–4 (3–2p) ElPozo Murcia Dinamo Moskva 5–0 Kairat Almaty
2008–09 Inter Movistar 5–1 MFK Viz-Sinara Kairat Almaty 1–0 Dinamo Moskva
2009–10 Benfica 3–2 (aet) Inter Movistar Araz Naxçivan 2–2 (5–4p) Luparense
2010–11 Montesilvano 5–2 Sporting CP Kairat Almaty 3–3 (5–3p) Benfica
2011–12 FC Barcelona 3–1 Dinamo Moskva Marca Futsal 3–3 (4–3p) Sporting CP
2012–13 Kairat Almaty 4–3 Dinamo Moskva FC Barcelona 4–1 Iberia Star Tbilisi
2013–14 FC Barcelona 5–2 (aet) Dinamo Moskva Araz Naxçivan 6–4 Kairat Almaty
2014–15 Kairat Almaty 3–2 FC Barcelona Sporting CP 8–3 MFK Dina Moskva

Records and statistics

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

By team

Team Winner Runner-up Years won Years runner-up
Inter Movistar 3 2 2004, 2006, 2009 2007, 2010
FC Barcelona 2 1 2012, 2014 2015
Playas de Castellón 2 0 2002, 2003
Kairat Almaty 2 0 2013, 2015
Dinamo Moskva 1 5 2007 2005, 2006, 2012, 2013, 2014
Action 21 Charleroi 1 2 2005 2002, 2003
Viz-Sinara Yekaterinburg 1 1 2008 2009
Benfica 1 1 2010 2004
Montesilvano 1 0 2011
ElPozo Murcia 0 1 2008
Sporting CP 0 1 2011

By country

Country Winner Runner-up
 Spain 7 4
 Russia 2 6
 Kazakhstan 2 0
 Belgium 1 2
 Portugal 1 2
 Italy 1 0

Top scorers

All-Time

Rank Player Team Goals
1 André Vanderlei Action 21 Charleroi / Châtelineau Futsal 54
2 Lucio Iberia Star 48
3 Schumacher Interviú Madrid 41
4 Leo Action 21 Charleroi 40
5 Cirilo MFK Dinamo Moskva 39
6 Marquinho Interviú Madrid 39

References

  1. ^ http://www.futsalplanet.com/news/news-01.asp?id=7356
  2. ^ http://www.uefa.com/futsalcup/news/newsid=688864.html
  3. ^ http://www.uefa.com/futsalcup/news/newsid=823891.html
  4. ^ http://www.uefa.com/futsalcup/news/newsid=1481007.html
  5. ^ http://www.uefa.com/futsalcup/news/newsid=1623820.html
  6. ^ http://www.uefa.com/futsalcup/news/newsid=1790892.html
  7. ^ http://www.uefa.com/futsalcup/news/newsid=1945649.html
  8. ^ http://www.uefa.com/futsalcup/news/newsid=2095985.html
  9. ^ http://www.uefa.com/futsalcup/season=2015/statistics/round=2000575/players/index.html

External links

  • Official UEFA Futsal Cup website
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