The UEFA Futsal Cup has turn a UEFA Futsal Champions League in 2018/19 and a categorical turn runs until Sunday with 8 of a 16 chosen turn places filled so far.
Group 1 (ends Saturday)
Through: BarÃ§a (ESP), Benfica (POR), Halle-Gooik (BEL, hosts)
Group 2 (ends Saturday)
Through: Inter FS (ESP, holders)
Can still qualify: Ekonomac Kragujevac (SRB, hosts), EP Chrudim (CZE), MFC Kherson (UKR)
Group 3 (ends Saturday)
Through: TTG-Ugra Yugorsk (RUS), Dobovec (SVN, hosts),
Can still qualify: Sibiryak (RUS), BerettyÃ³Ãºjfalu (HUN)*
Group 4 (ends Saturday)
Through: Kairat Almaty (KAZ)
Can still qualify: Sporting CP (POR), LSM Lida (BLR), Feniks (KOS, hosts)
- Top 3 in any organisation swell to a chosen round.
- Record five-time winners Inter are assimilated by former champions BarÃ§a, Benfica, Ugra and Kairat.
- Sporting have finished runners-up 3 times and mislaid a final dual finals to Inter.
- Sibiryak are creation their debut.
Group 5 (ends Saturday)
Can still qualify: AS Futsal Pescara (ITA), APOEL (CYP, hosts), Uddevalla (SWE)*
Group 6 (ends Saturday)
Can still qualify: Aktobe (KAZ), Novo Vrijeme Makarska (CRO, hosts)
Group 7 (4â€“7 October): Nikars Riga (LVA, hosts), Hohenstein-Ernstthal (GER)*, Record Bielsko-BiaÅ‚a (POL)*, Informatica TimiÅŸoara (ROU)*
Group 8 (ends Saturday)
Through: Vytis (LTU)*
*Preliminary turn winners
- Group winners swell to a chosen round.
- Vytis are a initial Lithuanian side to strech a chosen round.
- AS Futsal Pescara, Aktobe, Novo Vrijeme Makarska and LuÄenec ahave done their entrance in this round, with newcomers Kampuksen Dynamo,Â Hohenstein-Ernstthal, Informatica TimiÅŸoara and TMC Tbilisi carrying come by a rough stage.
Group A winners: Mostar SG (BIH)
Group B winners: Kampuksen Dynamo (FIN)
Group C winners: Uddevalla (SWE)
Group D winners: Hohenstein-Ernstthal (GER)
Group E winners: Valletta (MLT)
Group F winners: Vytis (LTU)
Group G winners: Record Bielsko-BiaÅ‚a (POL)
Group H winners: Informatica TimiÅŸoara (ROU)
Group we winners: TMC Tbilisi (GEO)
- Group winners swell to a categorical round
- Kampuksen Dynamo,Â Hohenstein-Ernstthal, Informatica TimiÅŸoara and TMC Tbilisi all came by on their entrance entries
Elite turn draw: 14 October
Elite round: 13â€“18 November
- Four groups of 4 will be shaped with a winners surpassing to a knockout finals, hosted by one of a qualifiers
Finals: 25 or 26 27 or 28 April
What is a format?
â€¢ The top 3 nations in a UEFA Futsal National Teams fellow rankings will have two guaranteed entriesÂ in a competition: for 2018/19 that is Spain, Portugal and Russia.
â€¢ Kazakhstan (ranked fourth) will also have a second entrant for 2018/19 as Spanish champions Inter FS will enter as holders (joined by BarÃ§a; no nation can enter 3 teams even if a holders finish outward their inhabitant tip two).
â€¢ There are preliminary, categorical and chosen rounds, played as one-venue mini-tournaments heading to a four-team finals, underneath a same format introduced for 2017/18.
â€¢ A record sum of 57 clubs have entered a new UEFA Futsal Champions League: all will be concerned in a rough and categorical rounds, that were drawn on 5 July.
What are a pivotal dates?
5 July: Preliminary categorical turn draws, Nyon
28 Augustâ€“2 September: Preliminary round
2â€“7 October: Main round
12 October (14:00CET, streamed live): Elite turn draw, Nyon
13â€“18 November: Elite round
Early 2019: Finals draw
25 or 26 April: Semi-finals
27 or 28 April: Final third-place play-off
When do teams enter?
â€¢ The lowest-ranked teams in a UEFA Futsal Champions League bar fellow rankings for 2018/19 began in a rough round (depending on a series of entries, this deteriorate 34). The organisation winners (nine this season) progressed to a categorical round.
â€¢ No teams accept byes to a chosen round, and all contenders immune a rough turn will start in a categorical round.
â€¢ The categorical round, with a sum of 32 clubs, is apart into two apart paths.
â€¢ Path A will include of 16 teams including a holders. In addition, the sides ranked 1st to 11th and 16th to 19th in a UEFA Futsal Champions League bar fellow rankings (excluding a holders) will go into Path A. They are drawn into four groups of four, withÂ the top three in any advancing to a chosen round.
â€¢ Path B will contain a other 16 teams (ranked 12th to 15th and 20th to 22nd, and a 9 rough turn qualifiers for this season). These are drawn into 4 groups of four, with a first-placed sidesÂ proceeding to a chosen round.
â€¢ The 16 teams will be drawn into 4 groups, a winners of any surpassing to a knockout finals.
â€¢ There will be three seeding pots for a chosen turn draw.
â€¢ The four categorical turn Path A winners will be drawn into position one of any group.
â€¢ The Path A runners-up will be drawn into position two and will not be means to accommodate a winners of their categorical turn group.
â€¢ The other 8 clubsÂ will afterwards be drawn to fill a remaining dual positions in any group (sides that finish third in a Path A organisation can accommodate possibly a winners or a runners-up from that section).
â€¢ There will be no nation protection.
â€¢ As before, a foe concludes with a four-team knockout final contest hosted by one of a contenders.