Micah Lea’alafa returns to training as Kurukuru reset World Cup preparations in Honiara

If there was no COVID-19 we would be months away the fourth participation in a row of Solomon Islands at the world’s most important Futsal event: FIFA Futsal World Cup. As this does not match the reality, we can only state by now the Kurukuru resumed their preparations for the tournament that will be heldContinue reading “Micah Lea’alafa returns to training as Kurukuru reset World Cup preparations in Honiara”

Kurukuru’s debut at World Stage

The Kurukuru, as the Solomon Islands national futsal team is known, is certainly the most successful national futsal team in Oceania; Solomon Islands will be competing in the FIFA Futsal World Cup for the fourth consecutive year in 2021, having qualified for the world tournament after winning the OFC Futsal Nations Cup in 2019 afterContinue reading “Kurukuru’s debut at World Stage”

Kurukuru will need to wait: FIFA Futsal World is postponed

COVID-19 pandemics forces one more major sport tournament to be postponed; and it will directly affect Solomon Islands most succesful sport. The FIFA Futsal World Cup that was scheduled to take place this year was postponed by FIFA to 2021. “The Bureau of the FIFA Council made the decision to following a thorough assessment ofContinue reading “Kurukuru will need to wait: FIFA Futsal World is postponed”