|Association||Federata e Futbollit të Kosovës (FFK)|
|Head coach||Arben Simitçiu|
|Asst coach||Fazli Berisha|
|Top scorer||Ramadan Alaj (8)|
|Home stadium||Palace of Youth and Sports|
|FIFA ranking||58 0 (12 May 2020)|
| Finland 1–3 Kosovo |
(Zadar, Croatia; 29 August 2016)
| Kosovo 7–0 Turkey |
(Zadar, Croatia; 31 August 2016)
| Germany 8–4 Kosovo |
(Tbilisi, Georgia; 24 October 2019)
The Kosovo national futsal team (Albanian: Kombëtarja e futsallit të Kosovës; Serbian: Футсал репрезентација Косова, romanized: Futsal reprezentacija Kosova) represents Kosovo in international men's futsal. It is controlled by the Football Federation of Kosovo, the governing body for football in Kosovo, which also controls futsal.
On 6 February 2013, FIFA gave the permission to play international friendly games against other member associations. Whereas, on 13 January 2014, there was a change of this permit that forbade Kosovo to play against the national teams of the countries of the former Yugoslavia. Club teams were also allowed to play friendlies and this happened after a FIFA Emergency Committee meeting. However, it was stipulated that clubs and representative teams of the Football Federation of Kosovo may not display national symbols as flags, emblems, etc. or play national anthems. The go-ahead was given after meetings between the Football Association of Serbia and Sepp Blatter.
In September 2015 at an UEFA Executive Committee meeting in Malta was approved the request from the federation to the admission in UEFA to the next Ordinary Congress to be held in Budapest. On 3 May 2016, at the Ordinary Congress. Kosovo were accepted into UEFA after members voted 28–24 in favor of Kosovo. Ten days later, Kosovo was accepted in FIFA during their 66th congress in Mexico with 141 votes in favour and 23 against.
On 12 December 2018, in Nyon, it was decided that Kosovo should be part in Group B of the 2020 FIFA Futsal World Cup qualification, together with Andorra, Belarus and Norway. On 30 January 2019, Kosovo made their debut on FIFA Futsal World Cup qualifications with a 5–0 away defeat against Belarus.
|FIFA Futsal World Cup record||Qualification record|
|1989 to 1996||Part of Yugoslavia and Serbia and Montenegro||—|
|2000 to 2012||Not a FIFA member||Not a FIFA member|
|2016||Could not enter||—|
|2021||Did not qualify||6||3||0||3||19||28|
On 21 October 2016, in Nyon, it was decided that Kosovo should be part in Group E of the UEFA Futsal Euro 2018 qualifying, together with Cyprus, Denmark and Norway. On 30 January 2017, Kosovo made his debut on UEFA Futsal Euro qualifying with a 1–5 away win against Norway that was simultaneously also the first-ever competitive win.
|UEFA Futsal Championship record||Qualification record|
|1996 to 1999||Part of Serbia and Montenegro||—|
|2001 to 2016||Not a UEFA member||Not a UEFA member|
|2018||Did not qualify||3||2||0||1||9||4|
Kosovo has so far only participated in one international tournament in Futsal Week 2016, an international futsal tournament.
|2016 Futsal Week Tournament||Champions||1st||4||3||0||1||17||7|
|2021 Continental Futsal Championship||To be determined|
For all past match results of the national team, see, see single-season articles and Kosovo national futsal team results (2020–present).
|5 April Friendly||Netherlands||0–0||Kosovo||Zeist, Netherlands|
|19:00||Report||Stadium: KNVB Campus|
|6 April Friendly||Netherlands||3–1||Kosovo||Zeist, Netherlands|
|19:00||Velseboer 2', 26'
|Report||Salihu 31'||Stadium: KNVB Campus|
Referee: Jochem van Dijke (Netherlands)
|25 July 2021 Continental Futsal Championship||Uzbekistan||6–3||Kosovo||Bangkok, Thailand|
|15:00 UTC+7||Choriev 1', ?', 38'
Dervishaj 8', 17'
|Stadium: Show DC Mall|
|26 July 2021 Continental Futsal Championship||Kosovo||6–6||Thailand||Bangkok, Thailand|
|17:15 UTC+7||Salihu 4'
Mazreku 20', 23'
Dervishaj 40', 40+?'
|Report||Thueanklang 15', 36'
|Stadium: Show DC Mall|
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club[a]|
|12||GK||Alfred Prenqi||14 June 1994||9||0||Liburni Gjakovë|
|1||GK||Arbnor Krasniqi||28 August 1987||6||0||Prishtina|
|10||DF||Ramadan Alaj (Captain)||9 February 1988||9||8||Liburni Gjakovë|
|3||DF||Melos Kelmendi||15 September 1998||3||1||Prishtina|
|5||DF||Durim Qorri||15 June 1990||0||0||Prishtina 01|
|21||DF||Driton Nishori||15 January 1994||0||0||Liqeni|
|15||DF||Dijar Deliu||13 May 1998||0||0||Drenica|
|13||FW||Jeton Rukovci (Vice-captain)||18 July 1988||9||3||Prishtina|
|14||FW||Getard Hyseni||3 June 1988||9||0||Prishtina 01|
|7||FW||Mërgim Dervishaj||6 October 1996||9||0||Prishtina|
|18||FW||Ylli Mazreku||31 December 1991||3||0||Peja|
|24||FW||Meriton Salihu||5 November 1994||3||0||Minerva|
|19||FW||Bardh Kelmendi||6 April 1995||0||0||Prishtina 01|
|20||FW||Fatlum Pishtani||17 May 1998||0||0||Prishtina|
The following players have been called up for the team within the last 12 months and are still available for selection.
|Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club||Latest call-up|
|FW||Drilon Maxharraj||4 December 2000||6||5||Liburni Gjakovë||v. Netherlands, 5 April 2021|
|Head coach||Arben Simitçiu|
|Assistant coach||Fazli Berisha|
|Team manager||Rinor Havolli|
Kombëtarja e Kosovës në futsall është përfshirë në grupin 3 për parakualifikimet e Kampionatit Botëror 2020. Në shortin e tërhequr sot në selinë e UEFA-s, Kosova u përfshi në grup me Norvegjinë, Bjellorusinë dhe Andorrën
Kombëtarja e Kosovës në futsall ka debutuar me humbje në ciklin e saj të parë të parakualifikimeve për Kampionatin Botëror. Në ndeshjen e parë në kuadër të Grupit B, Kosova është mundur nga Bjellorusia, me rezultat të thellë, 5:0
Group E: Norway, Denmark, Cyprus (hosts), Kosovo
Norvegjia-Kosova 1:5 (1:3)