2016 Premier Futsal season

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2018 Premier Futsal
Tournament details
Host country India
Dates 15 July – 24 July 2016
Teams 6
Venue(s) 2 (in 2 host cities)
Final positions
Champions Mumbai 5s (1st title)
Runners-up Kochi 5s
Third place Goa 5s
Fourth place Kolkata 5s
Tournament statistics
Matches played 15
Goals scored 79 (5.27 per match)
Top scorer(s) Angellot Caro
(8 goals)
Best player Chaguinha
2017

The 2016 Premier Futsal is the inaugural tournament of the Premier Futsal, the futsal league. The season features six teams each playing four matches before culminating to the finals. The league started on 15 July 2016 and ended on 24 July 2016.[1]

Mumbai 5s won the inaugural season by defeating Kochi 5s 3-2 on penalties via sudden death basis.[2][3][4]

Teams[edit]

Locations of Premier Futsal Teams

Stadiums and locations[edit]

Stadium Location
Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium Chennai, Tamil Nadu
Peddem Sports Complex Mapusa, Goa

Marquee players[edit]

List of marquee players.[5]

Teams Marquee
Bengaluru England Paul Scholes
Chennai Brazil Falcão
Goa Brazil Ronaldinho (until 18 July 2016)

Brazil Cafu (since 18 July 2016)

Kochi Spain Míchel Salgado
Kolkata Argentina Hernán Crespo
Mumbai Wales Ryan Giggs

Squads[edit]

Rules[edit]

Note: Premier Futsal tournament does not follow all the rules of international Futsal.[8][9]

Rules of 2016 Premier Futsal[edit]

  • 4 quarters, 10 minutes each.
  • No offsides.
  • Throw-in instead of kick-in when ball goes out of play.
  • Throw-in, penalty, keeper’s release will have to be completed within 5 seconds.
  • 5 players per team, unlimited rolling substitutes.
  • Specially designed ball – Size 4.
  • After 5, each foul lead to a penalty.

Penalty Shootout[edit]

  • 5 penalties each.
  • Penalty taker has 5 seconds to score.
  • Unlimited touches of the ball.
  • Deliberate foul by Goalkeeper or preventing a goalscoring chance is a goal.
  • Foul by attacker is a miss.

Group stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Mumbai 5s (Q) 4 3 0 1 15 13 +2 9 Knockout stage
2 Kochi 5s (Q) 4 1 2 1 15 14 +1 5
3 Chennai 5s 4 0 2 2 12 15 −3 2
Source: Premier Futsal
(Q) Qualified to the phase indicated.
Chennai 5s 2–4 Mumbai 5s
Falcão Goal 35'36' Report Foglia Goal 10' (pen.)
Angellot Goal 12'
Kevin Ramiez Goal 34'
Mumbai 5s 1–4 Kochi 5s
Angellot Goal 29' Report Deives Moraes Goal 25' (pen.)
Gekabert Goal 32'
Salgado Goal 38'
Kochi 5s 4–4 Chennai 5s
Deives Moraes Goal 7'33' (pen.)
Chaguinha Goal 17'35'
Report Falcão Goal 10'12'
Cirilo Goal 18'
Camilo Goal 27'
Mumbai 5s 4–3 Chennai 5s
Foglia Goal 7'34'
Angellot Goal 17'
Ryan Giggs Goal 26'
Report Sean Garnier Goal 9'
Romulo Goal 15'
Camilo Goal 23'
Kochi 5s 4–6 Mumbai 5s
Deives Moraes Goal 3'18'
Chaguinha Goal 10'36'
Report Foglia Goal 4'20'
Kevin Ramirez Goal 14'
Chanpreet Goal 30'
Angellot Goal 30'
Shimyu Manikkoth Goal 40'
Chennai 5s 3–3 Kochi 5s
Camilo Goal 12'
Nandha Goal 18'
Falcão Goal 39'
Report Deives Moraes Goal 37'
Chaguinha Goal 38'40'

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Goa 5s (Q) 4 2 1 1 14 8 +6 7 Knockout stage
2 Kolkata 5s (Q) 4 1 3 0 8 6 +2 6
3 Bengaluru 5s 4 0 2 2 4 12 −8 2
Source: Premier Futsal
(Q) Qualified to the phase indicated.
Goa 5s 2–4 Kolkata 5s
Raphael Goal 21'
Vampeta Goal 29'
Report Pula Goal 5'
Mohammed Islam Goal 6'
Crespo Goal 24'
Mohammed Ahtesham Ali Goal 34' (o.g.)
Kolkata 5s 1–1 Bengaluru 5s
Pula Goal 17' Report Jonathan Piers Goal 7'
Bengaluru 5s 2–7 Goa 5s
Maximiliano Goal 10'
Jonathan Piers Goal 15'
Report Ronaldinho Goal 6'18'19'32'40'
Fredsan Marshall Goal 33'
Vampeta Goal 39'
Kolkata 5s 2–2 Goa 5s
Pula Goal 3'
Vander Goal 9'
Report VampetaGoal 24'27'
Bengaluru 5s 1–1 Kolkata 5s
Jonathan Piers Goal 6' Report Pula Goal 17'
Goa 5s 3–0 Bengaluru 5s
Michael Silva Goal 10'
Raphael Goal 21'
VampetaGoal 40'
Report

Knockout stage[edit]

 
Semi-finalsFinal
 
      
 
23 July — Goa
 
 
Mumbai 5s4
 
24 July — Goa
 
Kolkata 5s2
 
Mumbai 5s1 (3)
 
23 July — Goa
 
Kochi 5s1 (2)
 
Goa 5s1
 
 
Kochi 5s2
 

Semi-finals[edit]

Mumbai 5s 4–2 Kolkata 5s
Angelott Goal 9'12'32'
Kevin Ramirez Goal 20'
Report Carioca Goal 22'
Gabriel Goal 24'

Goa 5s 1–2 Kochi 5s
Vampeta Goal 22' Report Chaguinha Goal 13'29'

Final[edit]

Mumbai 5s 1–1 Kochi 5s
Angellot Goal 38' Report Deives Moraes Goal 8'
Penalties
  • Foglia Penalty missed
  • Angellot Penalty scored
  • Kevin Ramirez Penalty missed
  • Perez Penalty scored
  • Giggs Penalty missed
  • Luis Amado Penalty scored
3–2
  • Penalty scored Chaguinha
  • Penalty missed Paulinho
  • Penalty missed Deives Moraes
  • Penalty scored Gekabert
  • Penalty missed Salgado
  • Penalty missed Casalone

Tournament team rankings[edit]

Premier League Futsal

Pos. Team G Pld W D L Pts GF GA GD
1 Mumbai 5s(C) A 6 5 0 1 15 20 16 +4
2 Kochi 5s (RU) A 6 2 2 2 8 18 16 +2
3 Goa 5s (SF) B 5 2 1 2 7 15 10 +5
4 Kolkata 5s (SF) B 5 1 3 1 6 10 10 0
5 Chennai 5s (GS) A 4 0 2 2 2 12 15 -3
6 Bengaluru 5s (GS) B 4 0 2 2 2 2 10 -8

Season statistics[edit]

Most Goals[edit]

Player Team Goals
Colombia Angelott Caro Mumbai 8
Brazil Chaguinha Kochi 8
Brazil Deives Moraes Kochi 8
Italy Adriano Foglia Mumbai 6
Italy Vampeta Goa 6
Brazil Ronaldinho Goa 5
Brazil Falcão Chennai 5

Hat-tricks[edit]

Player For Against Result Date Ref
Brazil Ronaldinho Goa Bengaluru 7–2 17 July 2016 [10]
Italy Adriano Foglia Mumbai Kochi 6–4 20 July 2016 [11]
Colombia Angelott Caro Mumbai Kolkata 4–2 23 July 2016 [12][13]

Awards[edit]

Player of the Match[edit]

Match Player Team Ref.
Match 1 Italy Foglia Mumbai
Match 2
Match 3 Brazil Deives Moraes Kochi
Match 4
Match 5 Brazil Deives Moraes Kochi
Match 6 Brazil Ronaldinho Goa
Match 7 Italy Vampeta Goa [14][15]
Match 8 Italy Foglia Mumbai [16][17]
Match 9 Russia Pula Kolkata [18][19]
Match 10 Italy Foglia Mumbai [20]
Match 11 Japan Rafael Goa [21][22]
Match 12 Russia Romulo Chennai [23][24]
Semi-final 1 Colombia Angelott Caro Mumbai [13][25]
Semi-final 2 Brazil Chaguinha Kochi [26][27]
Final Colombia Angelott Caro Mumbai [28]

End of season awards[edit]

Award Player Ref.
Player of the Tournament Brazil Chaguinha [29][30]
Golden Arm Band Colombia Angelott Caro [29][31]
Indian Player of the Tournament India Jonathan Piers [29][32]

Telecast[edit]

Sony Pictures Networks India Pvt. Ltd. acquired exclusive rights to broadcast Premier Futsal. As part of the agreement, all Premier Futsal matches will be televised live on Sony SIX, Sony ESPN and Sony Aath. Matches will also be available to live stream on Sony LIV.[33]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  25. ^ "Angellot is now the leading goalscorer and also has the highest assists to his name". Twitter. 23 July 2016. Retrieved 23 July 2016. 
  26. ^ "Another win! Another great performance! Congratulations to Chaguinha!". Twitter. 23 July 2016. Retrieved 23 July 2016. 
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  31. ^ "The Golden Arm band goes to Mumbai 5s' Angellot!". Twitter. 24 July 2016. Retrieved 25 July 2016. 
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