Georgia national futsal team

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Georgia
Association Georgian Football Federation
Confederation UEFA (Europe)
Home stadium Tbilisi Sports Palace
FIFA code GEO
FIFA ranking 54 [1]
First colours
Second colours
First international
 Italy 3–1 Georgia Georgia (country)
(Turin, Italy; October 23, 1995)
Biggest win
 Georgia 10–0  Malta
(Tbilisi, Georgia (country); October 21, 2011)
Biggest defeat
 Portugal 18–1 Georgia Georgia (country)
(Altura, Portugal; July 4, 2008)

The Georgia national futsal team is controlled by the Georgian Football Federation, the governing body for futsal in Georgia and represents the country in international futsal competitions, such as World Cup and the European Championships.

Georgia futsal team results[edit]

Country Tournament
Spain 1996 UEFA futsal championships
Spain 1996 FIFA futsal World Cup
Spain 1999 UEFA futsal championships
Guatemala 2000 FIFA futsal World Cup
Russia 2001 UEFA futsal championships
Italy 2003 UEFA futsal championships
Chinese Taipei 2004 FIFA futsal World Cup
Czech Republic 2005 UEFA futsal championships
Portugal 2007 UEFA futsal championships
Brazil 2008 FIFA futsal World Cup
Hungary 2010 UEFA futsal championships
Croatia 2012 UEFA futsal championships
Thailand 2012 FIFA futsal World Cup
Belgium 2014 UEFA futsal championships
Serbia 2016 UEFA futsal championships
Colombia 2016 FIFA futsal World Cup

 Georgia vs opponent[edit]

Opponent Wins Draws Losses
 Albania 1
 Angola 1
 Armenia 1
 Azerbaijan 2 1 6
 Belarus 2 1 1
 Croatia 4
 Cyprus 1
 Czech Republic 2
 England 3 1
 Estonia 1
 France 2 1 2
 Greece 1 2
 Hungary 1
 Iran 2
 Italy 3
 Kazakhstan 1 2
 Libya 1
 Lithuania 1
 Macedonia 1
 Malta 5
 Moldova 2 2
 Netherlands 1
 Portugal 1 6
 Romania 2
 Russia 2
 Serbia 2
 Slovenia 1
 Spain 5
 Turkey 1
 Ukraine 1 1
 Yugoslavia 3
31 Countries 25 7 51

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