UEFA Futsal EURO 2016 Belgrade
UEFA FUTSAL EURO 2016 Belgrade will be held at the Belgrade Arena from 2 to 13 February 2016.
The final tournament will be contested by top 12 national teams in Europe which, in addition to host Serbia, include Portugal and Slovenia in Group A, Spain, Ukraine and Hungary in Group B, Russia, Croatia and Kazakhstan in Group C, and national teams of Italy, Czech Republic and Azerbaijan in Group D.
Serbian national team reached quarter finals at final tournaments twice, in Hungary 2010 and Croatia two years later, and our players hope that, playing before the full stands of Arena of Belgrade, and with a little luck, the chances for reaching semi finals will not be remote.
UEFA FUTSAL EURO 2016 Belgrade, 2016/02/02 – 2016/02/13
The Uefa Futsal Euro 2016 Belgrade Championship will open with the match between Serbia and Slovenia, 2 February, at 18:30 hours, while the finals are scheduled for 13 February, at 21:00 hours.
The Ambassador of UEFA FUTSAL EURO will be our renowned football player – Dejan Stanković, and both the Championship and our players have received support from the world’s best tennis player Novak Ðokovic as well.
Serbia will open Uefa Futsal Euro 2016 Belgrade at Belgrade Arena against Slovenia at 18.30CET on 2 February after the schedule was confirmed for the final tournament.
Full Ticket Details and Match Schedule
For the final tournament, running from 2 to 13 February, tickets will be priced at RSD 600 (€5) and RSD 350 (€3). With two games each day, a ticket will provide entry to both matches, and will be available from www.eventim.rs and at all Eventim outlets.
The sales launch event took place at the Serbian Football Association (FSS) stand at the City Fair in Belgrade where the municipal secretary for sports and youth Slavko Gak, Serbian national futsal coach Aca Kovačević, tournament director Zdravko Jokić and FSS grassroots director Igor Janković spoke about the 12-team tournament, which they hope will break the aggregate attendance record of around 95,000.
Their press conference was followed by a VIP v media futsal match featuring musician Mark Djurovski – son of former Crvena zvezda and Partizan player Milko Djurovski – two-time European motorsport champion Dusan Borković and freestyler Nikola Tomašević Djota. Players from the Serbian national men’s and women’s futsal squads also were present along with boys and girls from the UEFA grassroots project ‘My school – my club’ plus celebrated YouTuber, Bogdan Lalović, aka SerbianGamesBL.
For more information about the schedule – click here.