|Association||Swedish Football Association|
|Head coach||Matija Đulvat|
|Asst coach||Lars Ternström|
|FIFA ranking||60 (October 2022) |
|Highest FIFA ranking||58 (December 2015)|
|Lowest FIFA ranking||77 (March 2018)|
| Sweden 2–3 France |
(Gothenburg, Sweden; 11 December 2012)
| Sweden 13–0 Scotland |
(Skövde, Sweden; 15 January 2015)
| Spain 13–0 Sweden |
(Águilas, Spain; 28 March 2013)
The Sweden national futsal team represents Sweden in international futsal competitions such as the FIFA Futsal World Cup and the European Championships and is controlled by the Swedish Football Association. The team played their first official match in December 2012 against France in Gothenburg. One month later, Sweden played their first competitive games and took three impressive victories in the qualification round for the 2014 European Championship.
In 2005, an unofficial Swedish national team played a mini-tournament in Tehran against Iran and Japan. The games were sanctioned by FIFA, but the Swedish Football Association (SvFF) has not recognized these games as official. The unofficial national team has also played matches against Catalonia, which were sanctioned by the rival of FIFA, Asociación Mundial de Fútbol de Salón (AMF). In 2010, SvFF started a two-year-long process to boot a national team. Per Broberg was hired as coach, and on 11 December 2012, an official Swedish national team played their first game in front of their home crowd in the Lisebergshallen against France in Gothenburg which they lost 2–3.
Sweden officially made their debut in an international competition at the UEFA Futsal Euro 2014 qualifying round in Andorra la Vella, Andorra on 23–26 January 2013.
See also: FIFA Futsal World Cup
|FIFA Futsal World Cup record||Qualification record|
|1989||Did not enter||Did not enter|
|2016||Did not qualify||6||2||2||2||21||23|
See also: UEFA Futsal Championship
|UEFA European Futsal Championship record||Qualification record|
|1996||Did not enter||Did not enter|
|2014||Did not qualify||6||3||0||3||12||28|
|2022||To be determined||To be determined|
See also: Nordic Futsal Cup
|Nordic Futsal Cup record|
|Total||5/5 app.||1 title||18||8||3||7||59||56|
As of 10 June 2022.
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||1||0||0||1||3||6||–3|
The following players were called up for the friendly matches against Romania on 23 and 24 January 2022, respectively.
Caps and goals are correct as of 16 January 2022.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|GK||Viktor Jansson||30 January 1997||28||0||Futsal Mad Max|
|GK||Tolga Ayranci||15 January 1991||5||0||Hammarby IF|
|GK||Viktor Sääf||13 June 1997||9||0||IFK Göteborg|
|DF||Albert Hiseni||20 December 1992||37||13||IFK Uddevalla|
|DF||Yanku Marrah||29 January 1995||21||2||Stallarholmens SK|
|MF||Noraldin Azizi||1 December 1999||2||1||IFK Uddevalla|
|MF||Haidar Bejan||26 July 1997||7||1||IFK Göteborg|
|MF||Roberto Dos Santos Goncalves||10 October 2000||6||0||IFK Göteborg|
|MF||Nima Kadivar||23 August 1994||33||11||Hammarby IF|
|MF||Liridon Makolli||2 January 1990||7||2||Hammarby IF|
|MF||Fehim Smajlovic||31 October 1994||41||14||IFK Göteborg|
|MF||Fredrik Söderqvist||13 March 1993||36||12||IFK Uddevalla|
|MF||Petrit Zhubi||8 May 1988||39||29||IFK Göteborg|
|FW||Donat Gashi||29 July 1998||7||0||IFK Uddevalla|
|FW||Flamur Tahiri||11 August 1999||3||2||IFK Göteborg|
The following players have also been called up to the Portugal squad within the last 12 months.
|Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club||Latest call-up|
|DF||Gabriel Diaz||26 October 2000||7||2||Hammarby IF||v. Romania, 23 January 2022INJ|
|MF||Sebastian Holmqvist||13 February 1993||11||0||Hammarby IF||Nordic Futsal Cup, 15–18 December 2021INJ|
|MF||Viktor Mossberg||16 July 2002||6||0||Skoftebyns IF||Nordic Futsal Cup, 15–18 December 2021|
|MF||Jonathan Rasch||27 April 2001||2||1||Örebro FC||Nordic Futsal Cup, 15–18 December 2021|
|MF||Mattin Najafi||16 September 1995||15||5||Borås AIK||v. Austria, 7 and 8 September 2021|
|FW||Adnan Cirak||22 March 1990||19||15||Stallarholmens SK||Nordic Futsal Cup, 15–18 December 2021|
|FW||Ayoub Abassi||22 October 1996||7||2||AFC Eskilstuna||v. Austria, 7 and 8 September 2021INJ|
INJ Player withdrew from the squad due to an injury.
Top five attendances in home matches.
|1||2,373||Arena Skövde, Skövde||Denmark (3–4)||12 January 2013|
|2||1,711||Arena Skövde, Skövde||Israel (4–0)||17 January 2015|
|3||1,253||Lisebergshallen, Gothenburg||France (2–3)||11 December 2012|
|4||1,205||Umeå Energi Arena, Umeå||Czech Republic (4–6)||29 October 2016|
|5||1,140||Lisebergshallen, Gothenburg||France (3–5)||12 December 2012|