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Northern Ireland – November 17, 2018 Home Nations Futsal Championship 2018. The Four Nations Challenge moves to Newry, Northern Ireland. First game England vs. Wales 30/11/2018

Venue: Newry Leisure Centre

-> England
-> Northern Ireland (hosts)
-> Scotland
-> Wales


16.00 England vs Wales 
19.30 Northern Ireland vs Scotland 

14.30 Scotland vs England 
18.30 Wales vs Northern Ireland 

12.00 Scotland vs Wales 
15.30 Northern Ireland vs England 

Home Nations Futsal Championship 2018 – Standing
1. England ———————0-0-0-0–0–0-0
2. Northern Ireland ————0-0-0-0–0–0-0
3. Scotland ——————–0-0-0-0–0–0-0
4. Wales ———————–0-0-0-0–0–0-0

Courtesy of Futsal Planet

Practice – Practice – Practice

Practice, practice, practice 🔥🎥 This kid @iamjakegonzalez is a dedicated baller 👏👏

Posted by The Futsal Shop on Thursday, 15 November 2018

Another story of the growing list of players moving into Football League via futsal

Allister Smith
Mansfield Town FC & England Futsal

A pre-season dressing down has helped propel Mansfield Town’s young England Futsal starlet Alistair Smith into the first team reckoning. The tall midfielder put in an assured debut in last night’s 3-2 Checkatrade Trophy win over Scunthorpe United, but boss David Flitcroft said: “I remember watching an U21s training session in Portugal and I pulled him out of that and ripped strips off him. “Out of possession he didn’t really do what we wanted him to do. “I remember running him down and telling him what he had to do to improve and he’s done that. He’s battered the gym, gone out on loan, and played the Futsal. “So much work has got into him and every credit to Mike Whitlow, Richard Cooper and John Dempster for getting him the right loan move and making him understand the pressure of winning football matches affects everybody. “That dressing room you go into, if you don’t track a runner or do your out-of-possession work, it could cost the manager their job or someone a £50 win bonus in non-League. “He has now found that, along with his Futsal work.” Flitcroft continued: “He is still growing. We think there is growth in him. “He was untidy with his feet. But now, with the balance of training with us and with the Futsal team, those things have combined to help make this kid as asset to the football club. “He is our club-developed player in the team at the moment on merit.”

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Immingham U10 win the Grimsby Futsal League ‘B’ league after going the duration without losing

Very strong side that have played against ‘A’ league teams on a number of occasions winning drawing and losing against them.

They’ll go up to ‘A’ league after last night’s victory.

Well done Immingham for your support and commitment. Want to join the League? One phone call and your playing. Kev Bryant 07980286663