The Solomon Islands national futsal team, nicknamed Kurukuru, represents the Solomon Islands in international futsal competitions. It is one of the strongest teams in Oceania, but fares poorly in competitions outside the region.
On 7 October 2008, the Solomon Islands established a record for the worst defeat in the history of the Futsal World Cup, when it was beaten by Russia with two goals to thirty-one. It was the country's first participation in the World Cup; it finished last of group A, with four games lost out of four, 6 goals for and 69 against. At the 2012 FIFA Futsal World Cup, the Kurukuru also finished last of their group, suffering heavy defeats to Russia and Colombia, but did obtain their first World Cup win, beating Guatemala 4–3.
The Solomon Islands national futsal team currently holds the world record for the fastest ever goal scored in an official futsal match. It was set by Kurukuru captain Elliot Ragomo, who scored against New Caledonia three seconds into the game in July 2009.