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Champions League. Preliminary round

The participants of the main round of the futsal Champions League of the season 2018/19 are determined. Gazprom-UGRA and Sibiryak will play in Group 3, our rivals will be Dobovec (Slovenia, hosts) and Berettyóújfalu (Hungary). Nine clubs has come up from the the preliminary round. Winners of the preliminary round: Winner of Group A: Mostar […]

03 September 2018

The participants of the main round of the futsal Champions League of the season 2018/19 are determined. Gazprom-UGRA and Sibiryak will play in Group 3, our rivals will be Dobovec (Slovenia, hosts) and Berettyóújfalu (Hungary).

Nine clubs has come up from the the preliminary round.

Winners of the preliminary round:

Winner of Group A: Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Winner of group B: Kampuksen Dynamo (Finland)

Winner of group C: Uddevalla (Sweden)

Winner of group D: Hohenstein-Ernstthal (Germany)

Winner of group E: Valletta (Malta)

Winner of group F: Vytis (Lithuania)

Winner of Group G: Record Bielsko-Biała (Poland)

The winner of group H: Informatica Timişoara (Romania)

Winner of group I: TMC Tbilisi (Georgia)

The winners of the groups go to the main round.

Main round draw (2–7 October)

 

Path A

Group 1: Barça (ESP), Benfica (POR), Halle-Gooik (BEL, hosts), Kremlin-Bicêtre United (FRA)

Group 2: Inter FS (ESP, holders), Ekonomac Kragujevac (SRB, hosts), EP Chrudim (CZE), MFC Kherson (UKR)

Group 3: TTG-Ugra Yugorsk (RUS), Sibiryak (RUS), Dobovec (SVN, hosts), Berettyóújfalu (HUN)*

Group 4: Sporting CP (POR), Kairat Almaty (KAZ), LSM Lida (BLR), Feniks (KOS, hosts)

Top three in each group progress to the elite round

*Berettyóújfalu replaced Győr

Path B

Group 5: A&S Futsal Pescara (ITA), APOEL (CYP, hosts), Mostar SG (BIH)*, Uddevalla (SWE)*

Group 6: Aktobe (KAZ), Novo Vrijeme Makarska (CRO, hosts), Kampuksen Dynamo (FIN)*, TMC Tbilisi (GEO)

Group 7: Nikars Riga (LVA, hosts), Hohenstein-Ernstthal (GER)*, Record Bielsko-Biała (PO)* Informatica Timişoara (ROU)*

Group 8: Araz Naxçivan (AZE), Lučenec (SVK, hosts), Valletta (MLT)*, Vytis (LTU)*

*Preliminary round winners

Group winners progress to the elite round

 

📆Elite round draw: 14 October

📆Elite round: 13–18 November

 

Four groups of four will be formed with the winners progressing to the knockout finals, hosted by one of the qualifiers

Finals: 25 or 26 & 27 or 28 April

 

❗Format

 

  • Four nations (Spain, Portugal, Russia and Kazakhstan) enter two clubs for the successor to the UEFA Futsal Cup and those countries’ eight representatives – including holders Inter FS – are among the 23 clubs with the highest coefficients receiving byes to the main round.

 

  • The other 34 sides start in the preliminary round, with the draws for both rounds made in the same ceremony. The entry from 53 associations is more than in any of the 17 editions of the UEFA Futsal Cup, with Iceland entering a club after a two-season absence.

 

  • Path A

Holders Inter FS, the next 11 top-ranked clubs and the teams ranked 16th to 19th will              be involved in this path. Teams are divided into four quartets. The three best teams of              each group go into the elite round.

 

  • Path B

The teams ranked 12th to 15th and 20th to 22nd will be joined by the nine preliminary            round winners. The teams are also divided into four quartets, but only the winners of              the groups get into the elite round.

 

📆Key dates

 

Main round: 2–7 October

Elite round draw: 14 October

Elite round: 13–18 November

Finals draw: tbc

Finals: 25 or 26 & 27 or 28 April

 

⚽The elite round

 

  • 16 teams are divided into four quartets; the winners of the groups go to the final tournament.

 

  • Participants in the draw of the elite round are divided into three baskets.

 

  • Four winners of the main path groups A of the main round rank first in the groups.

 

  • Holders of second places in the groups of path A occupy second positions. They get divorced from the winners of their main round group.

 

  • The remaining eight teams occupy the third and fourth positions in the groups. Teams that finished third in the main round A route groups can again cross the winners or holders of the second places of their main round groups.

 

  • Representatives of one association do not have to be separated into different groups.

 

🏆The final stage

 

  • As before, four teams play in the final tournament. The tournament is held on the site of one of the participants.

 

Source: uefa.com

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