UEFA Women's Futsal Euro 2019

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2019 UEFA Women's Futsal Championship
UEFA Women's Futsal Euro 2019
Tournament details
Host countryFinal tournament: Portugal
CityGondomar
DatesQualifying:
21 August – 15 September 2018
Final tournament:
15–17 February 2019
TeamsFinal tournament: 4
Qualifying: 23 (from 1 confederation)
Venue(s)Final tournament: 1 (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions Spain (1st title)
Runners-up Portugal
Third place Russia
Fourth place Ukraine
Tournament statistics
Matches played40
Goals scored287 (7.18 per match)
Top scorer(s)Season:
Spain Vanessa Sotelo (10 goals)
Final tournament:
Spain Amelia Romero (3 goals)[1]
Best player(s)Spain Vanessa Sotelo[1]
2021

The 2019 UEFA Women's Futsal Championship, also referred to as UEFA Women's Futsal Euro 2019, was the first edition of the UEFA Women's Futsal Championship, the biennial international futsal championship organised by UEFA for the women's national teams of Europe.[2][3]

Spain won the title to become the first UEFA Women's Futsal Euro champions.[1]

Teams[edit]

A total of 23 (out of 55) UEFA member national teams entered the qualifying stage, with Northern Ireland taking part in their first international futsal tournament for men or women.[4] They are seeded according to the coefficient ranking of their men's senior national teams, calculated based on the following:[5][6]

The 13 highest-ranked teams entered the main round, while the 10 lowest-ranked teams entered the preliminary round. The coefficient ranking was also used for seeding in the preliminary round and main round draws, where each team was assigned a seeding position according to their ranking for the respective draw. Three teams were pre-selected as hosts for the preliminary round and four teams were pre-selected as hosts for the main round.

The draws for the preliminary round and main round were held on 5 July 2018, 13:30 CEST (UTC+2), at the UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland.[7] The mechanism of the draws for each round is as follows:

  • In the preliminary round, the 10 teams were drawn into three groups: one group of four containing one team from each of the seeding positions 1–4, and two groups of three containing one team from each of the seeding positions 1–3. First, the three teams which were pre-selected as hosts were drawn from their own designated pot and allocated to their respective group as per their seeding positions. Next, the remaining seven teams were drawn from their respective pot which were allocated according to their seeding positions (the lowest-ranked teams were allocated first to seeding position 4, then seeding position 3).
  • In the main round, the 16 teams were drawn into four groups of four, containing one team from each of the seeding positions 1–4. First, the four teams which were pre-selected as hosts were drawn from their own designated pot and allocated to their respective group as per their seeding positions. Next, the remaining 12 teams were drawn from their respective pot which were allocated according to their seeding positions (including the three preliminary round winners, whose identity was not known at the time of the draw, which were allocated to seeding position 4). Based on the decisions taken by the UEFA Emergency Panel, Russia and Ukraine would not be drawn into the same group.
Participating teams for UEFA Women's Futsal Euro 2019
Teams entering main round
Team Coeff Rank Seed
 Russia 10.171 1 1
 Spain (H) 10.022 2
 Portugal (H) 9.633 3
 Kazakhstan 9.000 4
 Ukraine (H) 8.389 5 2
 Italy 7.444 7
 Serbia 6.833 8
 Slovenia 6.500 9
 Croatia (H) 4.278 10 3
 Hungary 4.111 11
 Czech Republic 3.611 12
 Romania 3.500 13
 Poland 3.389 14 4
Teams entering preliminary round
Team Coeff Rank Seed
 Slovakia 2.944 16 1
 Belarus 2.889 17
 Netherlands 2.278 18
 Belgium 2.111 20 2
 Finland 1.694 23
 Moldova (H) 0.833 26
 Sweden 0.778 29 3 or 4
 Armenia 0.500 36
 Lithuania (H) 0.389 40
 Northern Ireland (H)
Notes
  • Teams marked in bold have qualified for the final tournament.
  • (H): Teams pre-selected as hosts for the preliminary round and the main round

Format[edit]

In the preliminary round and main round, each group is played as a round-robin mini-tournament at the pre-selected hosts.

In the final tournament, the four qualified teams play in knockout format (semi-finals, third place match, and final), either at a host selected by UEFA from one of the teams, or at a neutral venue if none of the teams wishes to host.

Tiebreakers[edit]

In the preliminary round and main round, teams are ranked according to points (3 points for a win, 1 point for a draw, 0 points for a loss), and if tied on points, the following tiebreaking criteria are applied, in the order given, to determine the rankings (Regulations Articles 14.01 and 14.02):[5]

  1. Points in head-to-head matches among tied teams;
  2. Goal difference in head-to-head matches among tied teams;
  3. Goals scored in head-to-head matches among tied teams;
  4. If more than two teams are tied, and after applying all head-to-head criteria above, a subset of teams are still tied, all head-to-head criteria above are reapplied exclusively to this subset of teams;
  5. Goal difference in all group matches;
  6. Goals scored in all group matches;
  7. Penalty shoot-out if only two teams have the same number of points, and they met in the last round of the group and are tied after applying all criteria above (not used if more than two teams have the same number of points, or if their rankings are not relevant for qualification for the next stage);
  8. Disciplinary points (red card = 3 points, yellow card = 1 point, expulsion for two yellow cards in one match = 3 points);
  9. UEFA club coefficient;
  10. Drawing of lots.

Schedule[edit]

The schedule of the competition is as follows.

Schedule for UEFA Women's Futsal Euro 2019
Round Draw Dates
Preliminary round 5 July 2018 21–26 August 2018
Main round 11–16 September 2018
Final tournament 9 December 2018
  • Semi-finals: 15 February 2019
  • Third place match & Final: 17 February 2019

In the preliminary round and main round, the schedule of each group is as follows, with one rest day between matchdays 2 and 3 for four-team groups, and no rest days for three-team groups (Regulations Articles 18.04, 18.05 and 18.06):[5]

Note: For scheduling, the hosts are considered as Team 1, while the visiting teams are considered as Team 2, Team 3, and Team 4 according to their seeding positions.

Group schedule
Matchday Matches (4 teams) Matches (3 teams)
Matchday 1 2 v 4, 1 v 3 1 v 3
Matchday 2 3 v 2, 1 v 4 3 v 2
Matchday 3 4 v 3, 2 v 1 2 v 1

Preliminary round[edit]

The winners of each group advance to the main round to join the 13 teams which receive byes.

Times are CEST (UTC+2), as listed by UEFA (local times, if different, are in parentheses).

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  Sweden 3 3 0 0 21 10 +11 9 Main round
2  Netherlands 3 1 1 1 11 10 +1 4
3  Belgium 3 1 1 1 10 14 −4 4
4  Northern Ireland (H) 3 0 0 3 8 16 −8 0
Source: UEFA
Rules for classification: Qualifying tiebreakers
(H) Host.
Netherlands 4–5 Sweden
  • De Vos Goal 14:29
  • Oliveira Goal 20:21
  • Huizinga Goal 37:1338:04
Report
  • Vaseghpanah Goal 8:3536:40
  • Chamoun Goal 22:26
  • Jansson Goal 26:42
  • Kogsta Goal 28:03
Referee: Adrian Tschopp (Switzerland), Arttu Kyynaeraeinen (Finland)
Northern Ireland 3–4 Belgium
  • Mearns Goal 13:16
  • McKay Goal 16:08
  • Dempster Goal 32:58
Report
  • Van Roie Goal 4:01
  • Courtois Goal 14:16
  • Verdonck Goal 17:56
  • Toloba Goal 30:09
Referee: Patrik Porkert (Austria), Daniel Deca (Romania)

Belgium 3–3 Netherlands
  • Van Roie Goal 23:2038:11
  • Toloba Goal 37:04
Report
  • Schepers Goal 8:4935:23
  • Oliveira Goal 26:05
Referee: Daniel Deca (Romania), Adrian Tschopp (Switzerland)
Northern Ireland 3–8 Sweden
  • Weatherall Goal 6:14
  • Harkness Goal 31:32
  • McKay Goal 40:17
Report
  • Vaseghpanah Goal 5:4214:42
  • Chamoun Goal 11:5419:45
  • Varli Goal 22:0323:12
  • Aguilar Goal 29:2035:56
Referee: Arttu Kyynaeraeinen (Finland), Patrik Porkert (Austria)

Sweden 8–3 Belgium
  • Varli Goal 14:4620:4232:14
  • Vaseghpanah Goal 19:35 (pen.)22:22
  • Aguilar Goal 28:48
  • Chamoun Goal 35:38
  • Hjelm Goal 38:38
Report
  • Toloba Goal 2:2018:57 (pen.)
  • Bourtembourg Goal 19:15
Referee: Daniel Deca (Romania), Arttu Kyynaeraeinen (Finland)
Netherlands 4–2 Northern Ireland
  • Prijs Goal 0:11
  • Van Ee Goal 6:5129:13
  • Brueren Goal 34:03
Report
  • Caldwell Goal 10:07
  • McFrederick Goal 36:50
Referee: Adrian Tschopp (Switzerland), Patrik Porkert (Austria)

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  Finland 2 2 0 0 13 2 +11 6 Main round
2  Slovakia 2 0 1 1 3 4 −1 1
3  Lithuania (H) 2 0 1 1 1 11 −10 1
Source: UEFA
Rules for classification: Qualifying tiebreakers
(H) Host.
Lithuania 0–10 Finland
Report
  • Hannula Goal 2:29
  • Tjeder Goal 4:3740:31
  • Sutinen Goal 8:04
  • Pöyry Goal 8:5123:09
  • Juntikka Goal 20:53
  • Häkli Goal 23:35
  • Jokisalo Goal 28:1439:30
Referee: Veljko Bošković (Montenegro), Ugur Cakmak (Turkey)

Finland 3–2 Slovakia
  • Hannula Goal 4:30
  • Jokisalo Goal 11:08
  • Juntikka Goal 25:11
Report
  • Wienerová Goal 0:4031:12
Referee: Ugur Cakmak (Turkey), Yevhen Hordiienko (Ukraine)

Slovakia 1–1 Lithuania
  • Baniková Goal 39:05 (2pen.)
Report
  • Potapova Goal 38:23
Referee: Yevhen Hordiienko (Ukraine), Ugur Cakmak (Turkey)

Group C[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  Belarus 2 1 1 0 8 5 +3 4 Main round
2  Armenia 2 1 0 1 3 5 −2 3
3  Moldova (H) 2 0 1 1 3 4 −1 1
Source: UEFA
Rules for classification: Qualifying tiebreakers
(H) Host.
Moldova 0–1 Armenia
Report
  • Karapetyan Goal 4:55
Referee: Yusif Nurullayev (Azerbaijan), Jacob Pawlowski (Germany)

Armenia 2–5 Belarus
  • Hovhanisyan Goal 9:45
  • Khachatryan Goal 27:01 (pen.)
Report
  • Lutskevich Goal 13:50
  • Linnik Goal 16:1517:2732:52
  • Popova Goal 38:45
Referee: Kreshnik Hakrama (Albania), Yusif Nurullayev (Azerbaijan)

Belarus 3–3 Moldova
  • Buyko Goal 31:20
  • Linnik Goal 34:27
  • Popova Goal 36:41
Report
  • Ciobanu Goal 24:0824:56
  • Caraman Goal 40:34
Referee: Jacob Pawlowski (Germany), Kreshnik Hakrama (Albania)

Main round[edit]

The winners of each group advance to the final tournament.

Times are CEST (UTC+2), as listed by UEFA (local times, if different, are in parentheses).

Group 1[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  Spain (H) 3 3 0 0 26 1 +25 9 Final tournament
2  Italy 3 2 0 1 14 9 +5 6
3  Poland 3 1 0 2 5 16 −11 3
4  Romania 3 0 0 3 5 24 −19 0
Source: UEFA
Rules for classification: Qualifying tiebreakers
(H) Host.
Italy 6–1 Poland
  • Giuliano Goal 0:46
  • Belli Goal 11:03
  • Da Silva Goal 14:5425:54
  • Xhiaxho Goal 21:04
  • D'Incecco Goal 39:49
Report
  • Włodarczyk Goal 6:18
Referee: Petar Radojcic (Serbia), Marjan Mladenovski (Macedonia)
Spain 12–1 Romania
  • Ampi Goal 0:186:5521:0729:33
  • Anita Goal 5:16
  • Mayte Goal 9:28
  • Sotelo Goal 11:0916:4424:4331:3136:26
  • Campoy Goal 14:26
Report
  • Ion Goal 25:09
Referee: Irina Velikanova (Russia), Aleš Mocnik Peric (Slovenia)

Romania 2–8 Italy
  • Raduc Goal 29:12
  • Barabaşi Goal 32:51
Report
  • Da Silva Goal 0:15 (pen.)
  • Belli Goal 5:23
  • Luciani Goal 11:40
  • D'Incecco Goal 12:59
  • Mansueto Goal 20:36
  • Giuliano Goal 27:19 (pen.)37:10
  • Pomposelli Goal 28:21
Referee: Marjan Mladenovsk (Macedonia), Irina Velikanova (Russia)
Spain 8–0 Poland
  • Romero Goal 7:27
  • Sotelo Goal 8:1322:48
  • Anita Goal 21:18
  • Mayte Goal 26:25
  • García Goal 28:2534:56
  • Samper Goal 29:13
Report
Referee: Aleš Mocnik Peric (Slovenia), Petar Radojcic (Serbia)

Poland 4–2 Romania
  • Włodarczyk Goal 8:51
  • Lichtenstein Goal 14:4819:58
  • Zajaç Goal 15:34
Report
  • Barabaşi Goal 11:4918:23
Referee: Irina Velikanova (Russia), Marjan Mladenovski (Macedonia)
Italy 0–6 Spain
Report
  • Velasco Goal 5:07
  • Mayte Goal 17:59
  • Sotelo Goal 18:37
  • Peque Goal 20:34
  • Romero Goal 29:19
  • Ampi Goal 30:29
Referee: Petar Radojcic (Serbia), Aleš Mocnik Peric (Slovenia)

Group 2[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  Russia 3 2 1 0 16 2 +14 7 Final tournament
2  Croatia (H) 3 2 0 1 9 13 −4 6
3  Sweden 3 1 1 1 9 6 +3 4
4  Slovenia 3 0 0 3 3 16 −13 0
Source: UEFA
Rules for classification: Qualifying tiebreakers
(H) Host.
Russia 2–2 Sweden
  • Fedorova Goal 30:35
  • Vorobey Goal 31:43
Report
  • Chamoun Goal 7:5535:56
Referee: Ingus Puriņš (Latvia), Mario Bohun (Slovakia)
Croatia 6–2 Slovenia
  • Matijevic Goal 5:2119:2131:1038:39
  • Brkan Goal 24:01
  • Horvat Goal 26:58
Report
  • Vojsk Goal 25:02
  • Vrabel Goal 33:51
Referee: Chiara Perona (Italy), Vlad Nicolae Ciobanu (Romania)

Slovenia 0–5 Russia
Report
  • Fedorova Goal 9:26
  • Olkova Goal 17:47
  • Korzhova Goal 24:35
  • Samorodova Goal 28:02
  • Danilova Goal 34:54
Referee: Chiara Perona (Italy), Ingus Puriņš (Latvia)
Croatia 3–2 Sweden
  • Matijevic Goal 22:3536:38
  • Nemčić Goal 26:54
Report
  • Hjelm Goal 19:53
  • Varli Goal 20:48
Referee: Vlad Nicolae Ciobanu (Romania), Ingus Puriņš (Latvia)

Sweden 5–1 Slovenia
  • Kogsta Goal 20:3229:48
  • Varli Goal 25:06
  • Poli Goal 34:46
  • Hjelm Goal 37:29
Report
  • Vrabel Goal 17:39
Referee: Vlad Nicolae Ciobanu (Romania), Balázs Farkas (Hungary)
Russia 9–0 Croatia
  • Olkova Goal 12:0112:34
  • Brkan Goal 19:45 (o.g.)
  • Durandina Goal 22:46
  • Vorobey Goal 24:54
  • Krupina Goal 26:3234:40
  • Tomic Goal 29:28 (o.g.)
  • Danilova Goal 29:41
Report
Referee: Chiara Perona (Italy), Ingus Puriņš (Latvia)

Group 3[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  Ukraine (H) 3 2 1 0 15 6 +9 7 Final tournament
2  Hungary 3 2 1 0 16 11 +5 7
3  Belarus 3 1 0 2 13 8 +5 3
4  Kazakhstan 3 0 0 3 4 23 −19 0
Source: UEFA
Rules for classification: Qualifying tiebreakers
(H) Host.
Kazakhstan 0–8 Belarus
Report
  • Popova Goal 0:4415:3026:21
  • Linnik Goal 4:42 (pen.)6:1726:39
  • Pelyovina Goal 7:0529:57
Referee: Stefan Vrijens (Belgium), Valentin Ciuplea (Wales)
Ukraine 4–4 Hungary
  • Dudarchuk Goal 12:31 (2pen.)
  • Forsiuk Goal 20:29
  • Sydorenko Goal 22:07
  • Babenko Goal 22:27
Report
  • Kota Goal 6:4729:01
  • Sipos Goal 10:11
  • Sagaidachna Goal 31:47 (o.g.)
Referee: Nicola Manzione (Italy), Yiangos Yiangou (Cyprus)

Hungary 8–4 Kazakhstan
  • Kracsenics Goal 10:5923:48
  • Kota Goal 12:26 (pen.)35:2639:55
  • Csepregi Goal 19:29
  • Szabó Goal 27:50
  • Gál Goal 28:01
Report
  • Szabó Goal 0:45 (o.g.)
  • Karazhanova Goal 13:39
  • Kirgibaeva Goal 30:26
  • Sadvakassova Goal 32:07
Referee: Valentin Ciuplea (Wales), Nicola Manzione (Italy)
Ukraine 4–2 Belarus
  • Forsiuk Goal 21:25
  • Dubytska Goal 25:59
  • Dudarchuk Goal 29:56
  • Sydorenko Goal 38:34 (pen.)
Report
  • Popova Goal 1:5014:09
Referee: Yiangos Yiangou (Cyprus), Stefan Vrijens (Belgium)

Belarus 3–4 Hungary
  • Shatsilenia Goal 11:16
  • Kharlanova Goal 14:11
  • Slesarchik Goal 25:48
Report
  • Krascsenics Goal 4:01
  • Gelb Goal 5:34
  • Szabó Goal 11:4736:41
Referee: Nicola Manzione (Italy), Stefan Vrijens (Belgium)
Kazakhstan 0–7 Ukraine
Report
  • Vlassova Goal 0:56 (o.g.)
  • Dubytska Goal 4:43
  • Dudarchuk Goal 16:36 (2pen.)
  • Karazhanova Goal 21:53 (o.g.)
  • Sydorenko Goal 24:23
  • Volovenko Goal 25:31
  • Forsiuk Goal 25:54 (pen.)
Referee: Valentin Ciuplea (Wales), Yiangos Yiangou (Cyprus)

Group 4[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  Portugal (H) 3 3 0 0 26 1 +25 9 Final tournament
2  Finland 3 2 0 1 15 7 +8 6
3  Czech Republic 3 1 0 2 9 18 −9 3
4  Serbia 3 0 0 3 2 26 −24 0
Source: UEFA
Rules for classification: Qualifying tiebreakers
(H) Host.
Serbia 2–8 Finland
  • Izgarević Goal 19:06
  • Čanović Goal 30:11
Report
  • Kykkänen Goal 1:3120:44
  • Juntikka Goal 6:5926:5038:18
  • Sutinen Goal 18:43
  • Jokisalo Goal 28:18
  • Keränen Goal 32:07
Referee: Simon Todorovič (Slovenia), Maksim Dzeikala (Belarus)
Portugal 12–0 Czech Republic
  • Janice Silva Goal 1:4224:38
  • Lídia Moreira Goal 7:0527:1429:25
  • Carla Vanessa Goal 8:4538:38
  • Jenny Goal 10:37
  • Azevedo Goal 26:30
  • Ferreira Goal 38:1039:50
  • Pisko Goal 39:02
Report
Referee: Yaroslav Vovchok (Ukraine), Damian Jaruchiewicz (Poland)

Czech Republic 7–0 Serbia
  • Hýlová Goal 3:2833:02
  • Koplíkova Goal 6:31
  • Odehnalová Goal 7:4524:2129:50
  • Plzakova Goal 36:43
Report
Referee: Maksim Dzeikala (Belarus), Yaroslav Vovchok (Ukraine)
Portugal 3–1 Finland
Report
  • Pöyry Goal 12:45
Referee: Damian Jaruchiewicz (Poland), Simon Todorovič (Slovenia)

Finland 6–2 Czech Republic
  • Setälä Goal 4:168:25
  • Hannula Goal 29:09
  • Juntikka Goal 29:29
  • Odehnalová Goal 33:29 (o.g.)
  • Tjeder Goal 35:10
Report
  • Hýlová Goal 24:3036:32
Referee: Yaroslav Vovchok (Ukraine), Damian Jaruchiewicz (Poland)
Serbia 0–11 Portugal
Report
  • Ferreira Goal 1:019:35
  • Catia Morgado Goal 3:2622:1234:53
  • Carla Vanessa Goal 7:1026:17
  • Taninha Goal 16:18
  • Jenny Goal 17:2139:54
  • Janice Silva Goal 36:16
Referee: Simon Todorovič (Slovenia), Maksim Dzeikala (Belarus)

Final tournament[edit]

The hosts of the final tournament were selected from the four qualified teams. Portugal's bid was selected over that of Spain by the UEFA Executive Committee on 27 September 2018, with the final tournament taking place at the Pavilhão Multiusos de Gondomar in Gondomar of the Porto Metropolitan Area, which previously hosted the 2007 UEFA Futsal Championship final tournament.[8]

Qualified teams[edit]

The following teams qualified for the final tournament.[9]

Team Method of qualification Date of qualification
 Spain Main round Group 1 winners 15 September 2018
 Russia Main round Group 2 winners 15 September 2018
 Ukraine Main round Group 3 winners 15 September 2018
 Portugal (hosts) Main round Group 4 winners 14 September 2018

Final draw[edit]

The draw for the final tournament was held on 9 December 2018, 12:30 WET (UTC±0), at the Casa Branca de Gramido in Valbom, Portugal.[10][11] The four teams were drawn into two semi-finals without any restrictions.

Squads[edit]

Each national team have to submit a squad of 14 players, two of whom must be goalkeepers.

Bracket[edit]

In the semi-finals and final, extra time and penalty shoot-out are used to decide the winner if necessary; however, no extra time is used in the third place match (Regulations Article 16.02 and 16.03).[5]

 
Semi-finalsFinal
 
      
 
15 February – Gondomar
 
 
 Russia0
 
17 February – Gondomar
 
 Spain5
 
 Spain4
 
15 February – Gondomar
 
 Portugal0
 
 Ukraine1
 
 
 Portugal5
 
Third place match
 
 
17 February – Gondomar
 
 
 Russia (p)2 (3)
 
 
 Ukraine2 (2)

Times are CET (UTC+1), as listed by UEFA (local times are in parentheses).[12]

Semi-finals[edit]

Russia 0–5 Spain
Report
  • Sotelo Goal 17:33
  • Romero Goal 19:3525:56
  • Gómez González Goal 22:10
  • Samper Goal 37:39
Referee: Gelareh Nazemideylami (Iran), Zari Fathi (Iran)

Ukraine 1–5 Portugal
  • Sydorenko Goal 21:51
Report
  • Janice Silva Goal 13:2638:18
  • Fifó Goal 27:3239:06
  • Carla Vanessa Goal 32:29
Referee: Irina Velikanova (Russia), Raquel Gonzalez Ruano (Spain)

Third place match[edit]

Russia 2–2 Ukraine
  • Danilova Goal 8:22
  • Lebedeva Goal 14:46
Report
  • Volovenko Goal 17:56 (2pen.)
  • Tytova Goal 28:23 (pen.)
Penalties
  • Filisova Penalty scored
  • Chernova Penalty scored
  • Olkova Penalty scored
3–2
  • Penalty scored Dubytska
  • Penalty scored Volovenko
  • Penalty missed Forsiuk
Referee: Raquel Gonzalez Ruano (Spain), Zari Fathi (Iran)

Final[edit]

Spain 4–0 Portugal
  • Mayte Goal 3:02
  • Anita Goal 5:10
  • Romero Goal 9:30
  • Sotelo Goal 35:55
Report
Referee: Chiara Perona (Italy), Irina Velikanova (Russia)

Top goalscorers[edit]

  • Preliminary round: There were 81 goals scored in 12 matches, for an average of 6.75 goals per match.
  • Main round: There were 187 goals scored in 24 matches, for an average of 7.79 goals per match.
  • Final tournament: There were 19 goals scored in 4 matches, for an average of 4.75 goals per match.

— Team eliminated / inactive for this stage.

Rank Player PR MR FT Total
1 Spain Vanessa Sotelo 8 2 10
2 Belarus Anastasia Linnik 4 3 7
Belarus Anastasia Popova 2 5
Sweden Susan Varli 5 2
5 Croatia Tomislava Matijevic 6 6
Finland Tiia Juntikka 2 4
Sweden Daniella Chamoun 4 2
Sweden Nazanin Vaseghpanah 6 0
9 Hungary Gabriella Kota 5 5
Portugal Janice Silva 3 2
Portugal Carla Vanessa 4 1
Spain Ampi 5 0
Spain Amélia Romero 2 3

Source: UEFA.com

Broadcasting[edit]

For the final four round[13]

Participating nations[edit]

Country/Region Broadcaster
 Portugal (host) RTP
 Russia Match TV
 Spain RFEF TV
 Ukraine XSPORT

Non-participating European nations and outside Europe[edit]

Country/Regional Broadcaster
International (unsold markets only) YouTube
Sport Klub
 China CCTV
 United States
beIN Sports

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Spain take first title: Women's Futsal EURO at a glance". UEFA.com. 17 February 2019.
  2. ^ "UEFA to revamp and expand futsal competitions". UEFA.com. 4 April 2017.
  3. ^ "Futsal entering an exciting era". UEFA.com. 30 January 2018.
  4. ^ "UEFA Women's Futsal EURO 2019: entries and dates". UEFA.com. 5 June 2018.
  5. ^ a b c d "Regulations of the UEFA European Women's Futsal Championship, 2018/19" (PDF). UEFA.com. 25 February 2018.
  6. ^ "UEFA Futsal National Teams coefficient ranking 2018/19" (PDF). UEFA.com.
  7. ^ "UEFA Women's Futsal EURO 2019 qualifying draw". UEFA.com.
  8. ^ "Portugal to host first Women's Futsal EURO finals". UEFA.com. 27 September 2018.
  9. ^ "Portugal, Russia, Spain, Ukraine in Women's Futsal EURO finals". UEFA.com. 15 September 2018.
  10. ^ "UEFA Women's Futsal EURO 2019 finals draw". UEFA.com.
  11. ^ "#WEUROFutsal semis: Russia-Spain, Ukraine-Portugal". UEFA.com. 9 December 2018.
  12. ^ "UEFA Women's Futsal Euro Portugal 2019 – Official programme" (PDF).
  13. ^ UEFA.com. "Where to watch UEFA Women's Futsal EURO". UEFA. Retrieved 2019-02-16.

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