Tag: futsal


UEA Sport final round-up

The end of the academic year has not stopped the flow of successful news stories from UEA’s clubs. Many summer sports like Rowing, Cricket and Cycling have only recently sprung into life with BUCS fixtures coming thick and fast. With the end of the season now upon us, we’ve also decided to take stock of…


UEA women’s Futsal second after final round of league fixtures

UEA women’s Futsal team enjoyed a successful final round of league fixtures at the Score Centre, Leyton Orient FC, which saw them place second in their BUCS league. This year, women’s BUCS Futsal fixtures are taking place as two rounds at neutral locations rather than as individual home-vs-away fixtures. UEA fielded a strong team, despite missing captain Kathryn Stanley,…


Happy New Year for UEA Futsal in league and cup

It’s been a great start to 2019 for UEA Futsal, with league and cup success at the Sportspark. The men’s seconds are through to the semi-finals of the Midlands Conference Cup after a thrilling 4-3 extra-time win over Anglia Ruskin, while a perfect 2019 record of three home wins from three has seen the firsts…


H8-2 be you

“UEA’s men futsal team stepped up to the plate and cruised to an 8-2 victory over their Essex counterparts. What started out as a close game, with the score level at one apiece at half-time, soon descended into an empathetic UEA win after the break, with UEA scoring four goals in a matter of minutes…


An Amster-damn good win

UEA Futsal won the Amsterdam Euro Fives Autumn Cup on Saturday 7th. UEA had previously won the cup in 2014. For the event, the team flew out on Friday for the weekend after being invited by the tournament organisers. After being greeted at the Airport by the tournament driver, Futsal went straight to the hotel…

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