Holders Inter FS, two-time winners Barcelona, twice runners-up Sporting CP and Győr will contest the UEFA Futsal Cup finals in April after topping their elite round groups.
- One of the qualifiers will host the knockout finals on 19 or 20 and 21 or 22 April and stage the draw in the spring.
Group A: Barcelona
- Barcelona, champions in 2012 and 2014, have made it past the elite round for the fifth time in as many attempts after defeating debutants Knooppunt, Ekonomac Kragujevac and 2016 semi-finalists Pescara.
Group B: Sporting CP
- Sporting, runners-up for a second time last season, sealed a sixth semi-final appearance with a match to spare in Lisbon by beating Halle-Gooik 3-2 and Nacional Zagreb 3-1. They followed up with a 4-0 defeat of Dina Moskva, whose elimination means there will be no Russian semi-finalist for the first time since 2011.
Group C: Győr
- Going into Saturday's decider, 2010 semi-finalists Luparense led mini-tournament hosts Győr by three points. But Győr, coached by three-time UEFA Futsal Cup winner Javi Rodriguez and captained by a 2009 champion with Inter, Juanra, won 6-4 thanks to a hat-trick from former Sporting player Fábio Aguiar. They become the first Hungarian club to reach the finals, making it through the elite round at the sixth attempt.
Group D: Inter FS (holders)
- Wins for Inter and Kairat Almaty against Brama/AAUM and Deva set up a rematch of the 2017 semi-final for first place in Torrejon de Ardoz. Record four-time winners and holders Inter eventually prevailed 5-3, Gadeia scoring twice to seal victory after Kairat had pulled level on three separate occasions.