All posts tagged Futsal

Grand final glory for Hakoah futsal

HAKOAH Eastern Suburbs achieved double success at the Futsal NSW Premier League 2 grand finals last Saturday at Valentine Sports Park.

Jews shine on national Futsal stage

JEWISH talent was on show at the 2017 Futsal National Championships held in Sydney last week, with five players representing three NSW teams that made grand finals.

Aussies bring home Euro silver

IT was a bittersweet end to the 2015 European Maccabi Games (EMG) for the Australian open men’s futsal team, which romped to the grand final before being ultimately defeated 4-2

Basger, Aussies claim Cup double

JARROD Basger was part of the Futsalroos squad — Australia’s national team — that claimed two titles in a historic double triumph over the weekend in Wellington, New Zealand. After […]

Eyeing gold and glory at Euro Games

WHAT the Australian delegation will lack in quantity at the 14th European Maccabi Games (EMG), it hopes to make up for with quality showings in the two disciplines featuring green-and-gold […]

Young gun takes on Greece

IT was a once-in-a-lifetime sporting experience for Melbourne teenager Yudi Vorchheimer’s, whose supreme skills with the round ball took him on a month-long tour of Greece during October as part of the Australian Futsal Association’s international under-15 side.

Futsal-Jews lead Kiwi smashing

Futsalroos’ Jarrod Basger and Jordan Mundell are not only teammates, but best friends, having grown up together playing football in Sydney’s inner suburbs.

Maccabi guns on show

SEVERAL Maccabi Hakoah guns were on show for NSW at the recent FFA National Futsal Championships in Canberra, headlined by the star foursome of Jordan Mundell, Jarrod Basger, Lev Lewis and Max Nightingale in the open men’s side that finished runner-up to ACT.

Jewish guns get call-up

JEWISH futsal guns Jarrod Basger and Jordan Mundell are excelling in the current NSW Futsal Premier League, with both earning a call-up to the NSW squad, alongside fellow Maccabi star Lev Lewis, for the FFA Futsal National Championships in January.

Futsal guns set to fire

AFTER bowing out in the quarter-finals of the 2009 Maccabiah Games, Australia’s futsal team is on the hunt for a better finish in 2013.