This was the Futsal Champions League in Brussels

From 26 to 29 October, RSCA Futsal had the honour to host the main round of the UEFA Futsal Champions League, in our new hall at the Belleheide Center. Part of the so-called 'group of death', RSCA Futsal did a solid job by finishing second.

More than 2,500 spectators gathered over those three days of futsal. Here's what you missed if you couldn't watch the games:

Goals, goals, goals

Two goals against Kairat Almaty, four against Sporting Paris and two against Palma Mallorca. RSCA Futsal's attack was in good shape against those tough opponents. Check out the highlights of the three matches on our YouTube channel.


The standings

RSCA Futsal finished second of its group, with the same amount of points as Kairat (KZ) and Palma (ES). This second place allowed us to move on to the next round, the elite round, in which there are only 16 teams left.


Over 2500 fans attented the three-day tournament. Gabriel Grello, captain of RSCA Futsal: "It was an amazing atmosphere. It made our first experience in the Champions League with the Mauve & Blanc incredible."

What now?

The draw for the elite round of the Futsal Champions League took place on Thursday 3 November in Geneva. We draw a tough group, including reigning champions Barcelona. Reminder: only the first of the group goes to the next round, the final four. We'll play the elite round in Pula (Croatia), between 22 and 27 November. Follow RSCA Futsal on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for updates.


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