UEFA Futsal Championships: Facts and Figures

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Some historical statistics on the UEFA Futsal Championships 

Years in all cases refer to date of final tournament

Finals
2007: Spain 3-1 Italy; Porto, Portugal
2005: Spain 2-1 Russia; Ostrava, Czech Republic
2003: Italy 1-0 Ukraine; Caseta, Italy
2001: Spain 2-1 Ukraine (aet); Moscow, Russia
1999: Russia 3-3 Spain (aet, 4-3 pens); Granada, Spain
1996*: Spain 5-3 Russia; Cordoba, Spain

 

*European Futsal Tournament, championship status from 1999 onwards

Biggest wins
Qualifying: Russia 31-0 Moldova, 1996
Final tournament: Spain 8-2 Poland, 2001; Italy 7-1 Romania, 2005

Individual match goalscoring
Qualifying: Konstantin Eremenko (Russia) 7 v Moldova, 1996
Final tournament: Serhiy Koridze (Ukraine) 5 v Portugal, 2003

Overall tournament top scorers
2007: Cihan Özcan (Turkey) 15
2005: Edwin Grünholz (Netherlands) 10
2003: Serhiy Koridze (Ukraine) 17
2001: Serhiy Koridze (Ukraine) 13
1999: Konstantin Eremenko (Russia) 20
1996: Konstantin Eremenko (Russia) 23

Finals top scorers
2007: Cirilo (Russia), Daniel (Spain), Predrag Rajić (Serbia) 5
2005: Nando Grana (Italy) 6
2003: Serhiy Koridze (Ukraine) 7
2001: Serhiy Koridze (Ukraine) 7
1999: Konstantin Eremenko (Russia) 11
1996: Konstantin Eremenko (Russia) 8

2010 qualifying top scorers
Preliminary round: Zoran Banović (Montenegro) 4
Qualifying round: Battistella (Italy), Karim Chaibai (Belgium), Thiago (Azerbaijan) 6

All time (final tournaments)
Konstantin Eremenko (Russia) 20
Serhiy Koridze (Ukraine) 15
Daniel (Spain) 11

All time (including qualifying)
Konstantin Eremenko (Russia) 44
Serhiy Koridze (Ukraine) 39
Igor Moskvychov (Ukraine) 32

Highest attendances
Qualifying: Slovenia v Russia, Moscow, 1999, 6,000
Final tournament: Russia v Spain, Granada, 1999 final, 7,500

2010 highest attendances
Preliminary round: Latvia v Bulgaria, Varna, 1,300
Qualifying round: Slovakia v Spain, Badajoz, 4,230

(final tournament only)
Oldest player: Predrag Brzaković (Serbia) v Russia, 17.11.2007, 43 years 51 days
Oldest goalscorer: Mico Martić (Croatia) v Poland, 22.02.2001, 36 years 364 days
Youngest player: Jiří Novotný (Czech Republic) v Portugal, 18.11.2007, 19 years 129 days
Youngest goalscorer: Adriano Foglia (Italy) v Russia, 22.02.2001, 19 years 303 days

Final tournament appearances (inc 2010, max 7)
7: Italy*, Russia*, Spain*
6: Ukraine*
5: Czech Republic*, Portugal*
4: Belgium*, Netherlands
3: Yugoslavia/Serbia*
2: Croatia, Hungary*, Slovenia*
1: Azerbaijan*, Belarus*, Poland, Romania

*competing at 2010 finals

 

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