·         Mandy Debono (Hibernians) – 13.

Two-two best clubs will make through to elite round. So, 12 best clubs will compete in the next round.

·         Andreina Encarnacao (ENFAF).

·         Stephania Farrugia (Birkirkara) – 5.

·         Marcet Luna Vasquez (ENFAF).

Georgian fans can watch the upcoming matches on official website of “Iberia Star” - http://www.iberiastar.ge/tv/

Tickets cost GEL 10 (approx. €4.70) and GEL 5 (approx. €2.35) and are currently available from ticket booths at the Mikheil Meskhi Stadium from 11.00–18.00 every day and at the Palace of Sport, also from 11.00–18.00.

·         Fiorun Danielsen (EBS/SKALA) – 3.

·         Mariam Danelia (FS 35) – 17.

·         Yasmeen-Marie Vella (Birkirkara) – 4.

·         Jessica Martinez Munoz (ENFAF)

·         Tatiana Matveeva (Konak Belediye) – 13.

·         Olga Kristina Hansen (Osterbo IF) – 6.

·         Margot Llobera Farre (No club).

·         Antoinette Sammut (Mgarr United) – 11.

Elite round: FK Nikars Riga 7-2, Energy Lviv 5-0, Murcia FS 4-2 (Group C winners)

·         Claudia Cerda Cassi (ENFAF).

• Georgian heavyweights Iberia are the only team to have competed in all 12 editions of the UEFA Futsal Cup but this is the first time they have made it this far. On the eve of the finals, assistant Aleksandr Sarkisyan replaced Sergio Benatti as head coach and Iberia signed Serbia star Marko Perić.

·         Francesca Chircop (Hibernians) – 10.

·         Tamta Shengelia (Martve Kutaisi) – 18.

“Iberia Star” is in the second group where its opponents are “Varna” of Bulgaria, “Sarajevo” of Bosnia and Herzegovina and “Gyori” of Hungary.

·         Nino Pasikashvili (Adana Idmanyurduspor) – 12.

·         Iounn Magnussen (EBS/SKALA) – 18.

Main round: Paris Sporting Club 3-2, Athina '90 Athens 3-1, FC Litija 1-2 (Group 4 runners-up)

Iberia Star Tbilisi is a futsal club based in Tbilisi, Georgia, currently playing in the Georgian Futsal League and the UEFA Futsal Cup.

Key players: Leo Santana, Fumasa, Dinmukhambet Suleimenov, Betão, Euler

·         Jonva Hentze (HB) – 14.

Up to 2014/15 they were the only team to compete in every edition of the UEFA Futsal Cup.[1] At the end of 2014 the futsal team was disbanded.[2]

·         Martina Borg (Hibernians) – 9.

·         Ana Caterina Rodrigues Condesso (No club).

·         Tamari Tatuashvili (FC Samsung Abta) - 3.

Iberia Star

Ever since 2007, futsal's premier European club competition has been decided by a four-team knockout event. And having won the trophy at the first attempt on home territory in Lleida 12 months ago, FC Barcelona will defend their title against semi-final opponents Kairat Almaty, last season's runners-up MFK Dinamo and the side the Russian club open the tournament against, hosts Iberia Star Tbilisi.

·         Milja Reinert Simonsen (HB) – 13.

Main round: Akademia FC Pniewy 5-0 (forfeit), Lidselmash Lida 5-1, MNK Split 11-1 (Group 5 winners)

• As well as winning this competition in 2007, Dinamo have lost three finals including last year's against Barcelona. The Russian challengers' coach Faustino Pérez led Playas de Castellón FS to victory in the first two UEFA Futsal Cups of 2001/02 and 2002/03.

·         Teona Todadze (Samsung Abta) – 5.

·         Ana Cheminava (Baia Zugdidi) – 11.

Elite round: Slov-Matic Bratislava 5-1, FK EP Chrudim 6-5, KMF Ekonomac Kragujevac 5-0 (Group B winners)

The journey towards the UEFA Women’s European Championships 2017 in the Netherlands commences with a preliminary round formed by 2 groups. The last 8 ranked teams in the UEFA Women’s Ranking are drawn in these preliminary groups and both group winners then join the highest 38 ranked countries in 8 qualifying groups before the final tournament. 

·         Sonia Carranca Del Barco (ENFAF).