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Helvecia are the most successful Futsal club in England, having won 8 league titles, 6 FA cups and have represented England in the UEFA Futsal cup / Champions League more times than any other English club.
Helvecia won their first major honour in 2008, complete a league and FA Futsal cup double. During the 2008/09 season Helvecia qualified for the then UEFA Futsal Cup (now Champions League) for their first time. Though Helvecia have yet to proceed past the Preliminary rounds they have represented England 5 times in the competition.
Helvecia home kit colours are blue and white. The club's crest changed during the 2019/20 season so that it better represented the origins of the club. The club's local rivals are Southend and Sussex.
Crest and coloursEdit
Helvecia have had two, which all underwent minor variations. The most recent change came in 2019, where the colours of the crest were amended to reflect the origins of the club along with the style and size of the central ball.
Helvecia has always worn blue and white kits. Often these colours would be solid or a mixture of both colours. Home kits featured a dominant blue, with away kits always in white.
Helvecia also operate a women's Futsal team, London Helvecia Women's Futsal Club. They have been affiliated to the men's team since 2018. They play their home games at Leyton Leisure Centre.
Helvecia started its academy during the 2019/20 season. Initially created of upper phase age ranges the appointment at the end of the 2018/19 season was the start of the building of the academy. The academy has two centres; the primary camp in London and the other in the midlands. This allows Helvecia to attract the best young players from the widest spectrum throughout the UK. The academy caters for U6 to U16 players, and includes the community initiatives of the club.
- FA Futsal League: 8
- 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2017, 2019,2021
- FA Futsal Cups: 6
- 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2018, 2019
- FA Futsal League and FA Futsal Cup: 6
- 2008: League and FA Futsal Cup
- 2009: League and FA Futsal Cup
- 2010: League and FA Futsal Cup
- 2011: League and FA Futsal Cup
- 2019: League and FA Futsal Cup
|Season||Competition||Round||Country||Opponent||Result||Venue (Host City)||Qualified|
|2009-10||UEFA Futsal Cup||Preliminary Round||Roubaix Futsal||6–4||Tapiola Urheiluhalli
|Golden Futsal Team||4–6|
|Fair City Santos||11–2|
|2010-11||UEFA Futsal Cup||Preliminary Round||FC Encamp||4–2||Magvassy Mihály
|MNK Croatia 97||3–2|
|Győri ETO FC||2–7|
|2011-12||UEFA Futsal Cup||Preliminary Round||Stella Rossa||7–3||Hollgasse Hall
|Győri ETO FC||1–6|
|2012-13||UEFA Futsal Cup||Preliminary Round||Edro Vlorë||2–1||Birkerød
|2017-18||UEFA Futsal Cup||Preliminary Round||Transylvania||7–0||Sporthalle
|Preliminary Round||PYF Saltires||7-3||Sporthal
|Preliminary Round||Differdange 03||0-6||Complexe Sportif
|Preliminary Round||TSV Weilimdorf||7-9||Glaspalast
Notable Players - Past and PresentEdit
- "Bio". uefa.com.
- "London Helvecia Squad - 2021–22 UEFA Futsal Champions League". UEFA. 24 August 2021. Retrieved 23 September 2021.