Futsal European Federation

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Futsal European Federation
SportFutsal
CategorySports federation
JurisdictionEuropa
AbbreviationFEF
Founded2017
AffiliationAsociación Mundial de Fútsal
Affiliation date2017
HeadquartersItaly Milano
PresidentItaly Luca Alfieri
SecretarySpain Alex Astorgas
Official website
futsaleuropeanfederation.eu

The Futsal European Federation (FEF) is the international sporting association for futsal in Europe. It was founded in 2017 to replace UEFS. UEFS was found in 1988 in Madrid, then transferred to Moscow in Russia. UEFS was affiliated to the Asociación Mundial de Fútbol de Salón (AMF), and was the European governing body for futsal under the AMF until 2017. However UEFS was disaffiliated from AMF and FEF was established to replace UEFS ,n 2017.

FEF organizes men’s and women’s tournaments for both national and club’s teams in Europe.

Members[edit]

European Union of Futsal
Member Website
Albania Albania
Austria Austria Austrian Federation Indoor Soccer (AFIS) afis.team
Catalonia Catalonia Catalan Federation of Futsal (FCFS) futsal.cat
France France French Futsal Association (AFF) affs.fr
United Kingdom Great Britain Great Britain Futsal Federation (GBFF) GBFF
Italy Italy Federazione Italiana Football Sala (FIFS) fifs.it
Monaco Monaco Monégasque Football Federation (FMF) FMF-Futsal
Morocco Morocco Maroc Futsal Federation [1]
Northern Cyprus Northern Cyprus Cyprus Turkish Football Association (CTFA) ktff.net
Russia Russia All Regional Federation Futsal of Russia futsal-mff.ru
Switzerland Switzerland La Federazione Svizzera Football Sala (FSFS) fsfsala.altervista.org
Portugal Portugal Associação Portuguesa de Futebol de Salão (APFS)
Belarus Belarus Belarus Futsal Federation (BFF) futsalbelarus.by

Competitions[edit]

National teams[edit]

The first competition organized was the European Championship that took place in Madrid in 1989. This kind of competition was first dominated by Iberian teams: Portugal won in 1989 and 1990 – in 1991 was also world-beater – and Spain in 1992. Afterwards it was dominated by Eastern teams: Slovakia won in 1995, Russia in 1998 and Belarus in 2004. FEF organizes the events of AMF in Europe instead of UEFS since 2017.

Clubs[edit]

In 1991, UEFS organized the first tournament for club’s teams: the European Champion Clubs’ Cup, which takes place regularly every year in a different site, except for 2000. In 1995 this competition was put side by side by UEFS Cup that, after being first occasional – 1995, 1997, 1998, 2000 -, now takes place yearly.

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FEF European Congress in Lainate". FEF. 27 September 2017. Retrieved 16 June 2018.