2012 UEFS Futsal Men's Championship

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2012 UEFS Futsal European Men's Championship
X. European Men's Championship
Tournament details
Host country Belarus
Dates 14 – 19 May
Teams (from 1 confederation)
Venue(s) (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions Belgium Belgium (1st title)
Runners-up Czech Republic Czech Republic
Third place Russia Russia
Fourth place Catalonia Catalonia
Tournament statistics
Matches played 21
Goals scored 133 (6.33 per match)

The 2012 UEFS Futsal Men's Championship was the 10th men's UEFS futsal championship, held in Brest (Belarus) from May 14 to 19, with 9 national teams. Belgium won their first ever European championship defeating the Czech Republic 4-1 in the final.


Teams[edit]

Group A
Catalonia Catalonia
Russia Russia
South Ossetia South Ossetia
Group B
Belgium Belgium
Slovakia Slovakia
Latvia Latvia
Group C
Belarus Belarus
Czech Republic Czech Republic
Norway Norway

First round[edit]

Group A[edit]

GROUP A Pts P W L + - dif
Catalonia Catalonia 6 2 2 0 4 2 +2
Russia Russia 3 2 1 1 6 4 +2
South Ossetia South Ossetia 0 2 0 2 2 6 -4


14 May - 16:30
South Ossetia 2-4 Russia Brest
15 May - 16:30
Catalonia 2-0 South Ossetia Brest
[1]
16 May - 16:30
Russia 2-2* Catalonia Brest
[2]

Group B[edit]

GROUP B Pts P W L + - dif
Belgium Belgium 6 2 2 0 14 3 +11
Slovakia Slovakia 3 2 1 1 7 5 +2
Latvia Latvia 0 2 0 2 1 14 -13


14 May - 18:00
Slovakia 2-5 Belgium Brest
15 May - 18:00
Latvia 0-5 Slovakia Brest
16 May - 18:00
Belgium 9-1 Latvia Brest

Group C[edit]

GROUP C Pts P W L + - dif
Belarus Belarus 6 2 2 0 5 2 +3
Czech Republic Czech Republic 3 2 1 1 7 3 +4
Norway Norway 0 2 0 2 3 10 -7


14 May - 19:30
Noruega 1-4 Belarus Brest
15 May - 19:30
Czech Republic 6-2 Norway Brest
16 May - 19:30
Belarus 1*-1 Czech Republic Brest


Final round[edit]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
17 May        
 Catalonia Catalonia[3]  3
18 May
 Norway Norway  2  
 Catalonia Catalonia  1
17 May
   Czech Republic Czech Rep.  2  
 Czech Republic Czech Rep.  5
19 May
 Slovakia Slovakia  2  
 Czech Republic Czech Rep.  1
17 May
   Belgium BELGIUM  4
 Belgium Belgium  8
18 May
 South Ossetia South Ossetia  4  
 Belgium Belgium  5 Third place
17 May
   Russia Russia  2  
 Russia Russia  2  Catalonia Catalonia[4]  1
 Belarus Belarus  1    Russia Russia  4
19 May

Quarter finals

17 May - 14:30
Norway 2-3 Catalonia Brest
17 May - 16:15
Belgium 8-4 South Ossetia Brest
17 May - 18:00
Czech Republic 5-2 Slovakia Brest
17 May - 19:15
Belarus 1-2 Russia Brest

Places 5-8

18 May - 17:00
Norway 7-6 Slovakia Brest
18 May - 15:15
Belarus 6-4 South Ossetia Brest

Semifinals

18 May - 17:00
Czech Republic 2-1 Catalonia Brest
[5]
18 May - 19:00
Russia 2-5 Belgium Brest

Places 7-8

19 May - 7:30
Norway 4-3 South Ossetia Brest

Places 5-6

19 May - 12:30
Belarus 6-1 Slovakia Brest

Places 3-4

19 May - 14:00
Russia 4-1 Catalonia Brest
[6]

FINAL

19 May - 16:00
Belgium 4-1 Czech Republic Brest
[7]


Flag of Belgium
Winners
BELGIUM

Final standings[edit]

Final standings
Gold medal Belgium Belgium
Silver medal Czech Republic Czech Republic
Bronze medal Russia Russia
4. Catalonia Catalonia
5. Belarus Beelarus
6. Slovakia Slovakia
7. Norway Norway
8. South Ossetia South Ossetia
9. Latvia Latvia

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