THE IDEAL SETTING FOR THE EVENT OF THE SEASON
For futsal fans, the Coppa Italia and the event that goes with it have always been something special. An experience in some ways more exciting than the Scudetto final, certainly a phenomenon of aggregation. “It’s a great moment for Italian futsal because we have the opportunity to play in Naples and more generally in an area, Campania, that has always been important for our sport“. So said the President of the Futsal Division, Luca Bergamini, regarding the allocation of the Campania site. “I’m sure that the enthusiasm of the audience in the stands will be the ideal setting for an event that always represents one of the most anticipated moments of the entire season. Great satisfaction also for Carmine Zigarelli, President of the Campania Regional Committee. “We are very honored to host the Italian Cup Final Four. Here we work hard for the development and growth of futsal, the numbers prove it. We are all working for this very important event that will give prestige to our entire region“.
PLAYED BEYOND FUTSAL
The event of the year goes beyond the purely sporting aspect. Traditionally, the Final Four of the Italian Cup is a macro event where there will be accompanying initiatives: atFive vs Five Soccer All Star Game from Campaniawith the match event that will be played on Sunday 25 at the Pala Vesuvio in the Information Clinic with the presence of Max BellarteTechnical commissioner of Italfutsal.
FINAL FOUR, ALL ON SKY SPORT
The event, which still lacks the four finalists, will be broadcast live in its entirety Sky Sportswho renews his interest in futsal and will follow closely the Final Four at the PalaVesuvio: on Saturday 25th, the two semi-finals, one at 6pm and the other at 8.30pm, on Sunday 26th the final will always be at 6.15 p.m. played on live TV.
THE ITALIAN CUP AND THE SEVEN SISTERS
There are seven left to achieve the Final Four dream. The reigning championsItalservice Pesaro, late in the championship but already capable of taking the Super Cup to the wall and undermining all predictions. The favourite Naples likes to play in front of their own audience, along with the other three “cousins of Campania”: the Royal St Joseph (Punisher of the most popular Olympus Rome, cup finalist last season), the Feldi Eboli (one of the top 16 in Europe) and the loose cannon Sandro Abate Avellino. walking too Petrarch and Meta Catania, the latter returning from the exploit against Pescara. A Lazio player is missing from the second round appeal: Ciampino Aniene or Fortitudo Pomezia, who will compete on January 31st. The next day (3pm) is the draw for the second round, the last before the Final Four.