|Date of birth
|24 October 1986
|Place of birth
|KMN Dobovec, Slovenia
|‡ National team caps and goals, correct as of 25 November 2019
Tihomir Novak (born 24 October 1986) is a Croatian futsal player who plays for KMN Dobovec, Slovenia and the Croatia national futsal team.
Thomas Novak may refer to:
Sporting Clube de Portugal has a professional futsal team based in Lisbon, Portugal, since 4 March 1985, and plays in Portuguese Futsal First Division. They are the most decorated team in terms of domestic titles in the country, and are the current UEFA Futsal champions, with their second title in three years. With the 2019-20 season cancelled due to Covid-19 pandemic and since the 2009-10 season, Sporting have made the last 12 Portuguese National Futsal finals and winning 9, with the club winning 3 straight Portuguese championships 2016, 2017 & 2018, making it their second three peat in their history.
The Italy national futsal team represents Italy in international futsal competitions such as the FIFA Futsal World Cup and the European Championships and is controlled by the Italian Football Federation. It is one of the strongest teams in Europe, champions in the 2003 UEFA Futsal Championship and UEFA Futsal Euro 2014.
The Ukraine national futsal team represents Ukraine in international futsal competitions such as the FIFA Futsal World Cup and the European Championships and is controlled by the Football Federation of Ukraine.
Mato Stanković is a Croatian futsal coach and former player. He is current coach of the Croatia national futsal team.
The Russian national futsal team is the national futsal team of Russia. The team is controlled by the Russian Football Union and affiliats with UEFA. Because of the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine, FIFA and Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) suspended all Russian teams from FIFA and UEFA competitions, whether national representative teams or club teams.
The 2005 UEFA Futsal Championship was the fifth official edition of the UEFA-governed European Championship for national futsal teams. It was held in Ostrava, Czech Republic, between 14 February and 20 February 2005. Spain, the reigning FIFA World Champion, defeated Russia in the final, winning their third UEFA Championship. The third place match was a repeat of the 2003 final, with Italy again defeating Ukraine, this time 3–1. Fernando Grana's opener in the third place match helped him finish as top scorer in the tournament with six goals.
The UEFA Futsal Euro 2012 was the eighth official edition of the UEFA European Championship for national futsal teams. It was hosted by Croatia, and was played from January, 31 to February, 11. 12 teams competed for the title, with 11 teams gain entries from qualification rounds, while Croatia gained an automatic entry as hosts. The championship was played in the two biggest Croatian cities, Zagreb and the 15,024 seater Arena Zagreb and in Split, at the 10,931 capacity Spaladium Arena.
F.C. Nacional is a futsal club based in Zagreb, Croatia. Before 2008 club was known under the name MNK Gospić and it was based in city of Gospić, Croatia.
Ivo Jukić is a Croatian futsal player who played for FC Split Tommy and the Croatia national futsal team. As of 2020, he holds the record as the most capped Croatian futsal player.
Dario Marinović, is a Croatian futsal player who plays for Jimbee Cartagena and the Croatia national futsal team.
Vedran Matošević is a Croatian futsal player who plays for Nacional Zagreb and the Croatian national futsal team.
Franco Jelovčić is a Croatian futsal player who plays for Napoli A5 Calcio and the Croatia national futsal team.
Jakov Grcić, is a Croatian futsal player who plays for Futsal Dinamo and the Croatia national futsal team.
Saša Babić is a Croatian futsal player who plays for MNK Kijevo Knauf and the Croatia national futsal team.
The UEFA Futsal Euro 2016 qualifying competition was a men's futsal competition that determined the 11 teams joining the automatically qualified hosts Serbia in the UEFA Futsal Euro 2016 final tournament.
The 2016 UEFA Futsal Championship, commonly referred to as UEFA Futsal Euro 2016, was the 10th edition of the UEFA Futsal Championship, the biennial international futsal championship organised by UEFA for the men's national teams of Europe. It was hosted for the first time in Serbia, following a decision of the UEFA Executive Committee on 20 March 2012. Serbia was chosen ahead of other bids from Bulgaria and Macedonia.
The following lists events that happened in 2016 in Croatia.
The 2022 UEFA Futsal Championship, commonly referred to as UEFA Futsal Euro 2022, was the 12th edition of the UEFA Futsal Championship, the international futsal championship organised by UEFA for the men's national teams of Europe. It was hosted for the first time in the Netherlands.
The Croatia national under-19 futsal team represents Croatia in futsal competitions for players aged 21 or under. Croatia is currently ranked 2nd by UEFA coefficient.