Sweden national futsal team
|Association||Swedish Football Association|
|Head coach||Per Broberg|
|Asst coach||Sharbel Abraham|
|Top scorer||Gustav Karlsson, Dan Mönell (4)|
|FIFA ranking||74 |
|Highest FIFA ranking||74 (1 April 2013)|
|Lowest FIFA ranking||74 (1 April 2013)|
| Sweden 2–3 France
(Gothenburg, Sweden; 11 December 2012)
| Israel 2–4 Sweden
(Andorra la Vella, Andorra; 23 January 2013)
| Spain 13–0 Sweden
(Águilas, Spain; 28 March 2013)
The Sweden national futsal team represents Sweden in international futsal competitions and is controlled by the Swedish Football Association. The team played their first official match in December 2012 against France in Gothenburg. One month later, Sweden played their first competitive games and took three impressive victories in the qualification for the 2014 European Championship.
In 2005, a unofficial Swedish national team played a mini-tournament in Teheran against Iran and Japan. The games were sanctioned by FIFA, but the Swedish Football Association (SvFF) has not recognized these games as official. The unofficial national team has also played matches against Catalonia, which were sanctioned by the rival of FIFA, Asociación Mundial de Fútbol de Salón (AMF). In 2010, SvFF started a two year long process to boot a national team. Per Broberg was hired as coach, and at December 11, 2012, an official Swedish national team could play their first game in front of their home crowd in Lisebergshallen in Gothenburg.
Sweden made their debut in a international competition in the 2014 UEFA Futsal Championship qualifying in Andorra in January 2013.
FIFA Futsal World Cup
|FIFA Futsal World Cup record||Qualification record|
|1989||Did not enter||Did not enter|
UEFA European Futsal Championship
|UEFA European Futsal Championship record||Qualification record|
|1996||Did not enter||Did not enter|
|2014||Did not qualify||6||3||0||3||12||28|
|2016||To be determined||0||0||0||0||0||0|
For a complete list, see Sweden national futsal team results
|Date||Location||Home team||Result||Away team||Competition|
|11 December 2012||Gothenburg||Sweden||2–3||France||Friendly|
|12 December 2012||Gothenburg||Sweden||3–5||France||Friendly|
|12 January 2013||Skövde||Sweden||3–4||Denmark||Friendly|
|23 January 2013||Andorra la Vella||Israel||2–4||Sweden||2014 UEFA Euro qualifying|
|24 January 2013||Andorra la Vella||Andorra||2–4||Sweden||2014 UEFA Euro qualifying|
|26 January 2013||Andorra la Vella||Sweden||2–0||Estonia||2014 UEFA Euro qualifying|
|23 February 2013||Gothenburg||Sweden||4–3||Norway||Friendly|
|27 March 2013||Águilas||Croatia||7–0||Sweden||2014 UEFA Euro qualifying|
|28 March 2013||Águilas||Spain||13–0||Sweden||2014 UEFA Euro qualifying|
|30 March 2013||Águilas||Sweden||2–4||Macedonia||2014 UEFA Euro qualifying|
All-time team record
Caps updated as of 2 April 2013.
|Angelo Vega Rodriguez||2012–||1|
- Futsal World Ranking
- "Uddamålsförlust i premiärlandskampen" (in Swedish). SvFF. 11 December 2012.
- "Sweden first to reach main round". UEFA.com. 24 January 2013.
- "Landslaget" (in Swedish). Futsal.se.
- "Futsal: Trupp till EM-kval i Spanien" (in Swedish). SvFF. 12 March 2013.