IFK Uddevalla Futsal

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IFK Uddevalla Futsal are a Swedish futsal association. It was formed in 2013 in Uddevalla, Sweden, and they play their home games in Agnebergshallen.

IFK Uddevalla Futsal plays in the Swedish Futsal League South, and has won SM-silver 2015 and 2016. They hosted SM-finals of futsal in 2016.

February 25, 2017 set a new attendance record for the sport of Futsal in Sweden. 1754 people saw IFK Uddevalla Futsal meet Örebro SK in the Futsal Championships semi-final second leg in Agnebergshallen in Uddevalla. Half-time entertainment was Uddevalla's own Thomas Stenström, who is friends with many of the team.

On March 4, 2017 IFK Uddevalla wrote the club history. A national final which was played against Borås AIK in Helsingborg Arena ended 6-4 [1] to IFK, and resulted in a national championship for the first time in their existence.

The club has several players in Sweden's national team in futsal: Marcus Gerd, Fredrik Söderqvist, Granit Berisha, Petrit Zhubi and Robert Bagger.


References[edit]

  1. ^ "SM Futsal herrar, finalspel Matchinformation: IFK Uddevalla Futsal mot Borås AIK 2017-03-04 (6-4) — svenskfotboll.se". svenskfotboll.se (in Swedish). Retrieved 2017-03-12.