The final tournament is a straight knockout event in April.
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The UEFA Futsal Champions League finals draw was made on Friday 1 February at half-time of the Kazakhstan v Croatia friendly at Baluan Sholak Sport Palace.
Semi-finals: 26 April
Sporting CP (POR) v Inter FS (ESP, holders)
Barça (ESP) v Kairat Almaty (KAZ)
Third-place play-off and final: 28 April
Venue: Almaty Arena (kick-off times tbc)
- Inter, aiming for a record third title in a row and sixth overall, are the first side to reach the four-team finals four years running.
- Sporting have lost the last two finals to Inter and have been runners-up three times overall (including both previous finals in Almaty, 2011 and 2017).
- Kairat beat Barça 3-2 in the 2015 final and also 5-4 in the 2013 semis on their way to their first title.
- Barça and hosts Kairat have both won the title twice.
- The competition was rebranded from UEFA Futsal Cup for this season.