On stage the final at the Nelson Mandela Pala in Lainate. Ticinia Novara wins and enters the history of 5 AMF football.
An all-Piedmontese final played on Sunday 26 July at Pala Nelson Mandela in Lainate between Ticinia Novara and Top Five Biella. First half that sees the Novara boys of “The King” Stefano Usai as absolute protagonists who close the first half with a clear 4 to 1 with the Novara goals of Ghavati Ibrahim, author of a hat-trick and Rodolfo Mendez, while for the Biellese of Emanuele Milan he answers Matteo Gargantini.
Completely different second half with the Biellese who complete the comeback with Daniele Patti’s brace and Matteo Gargantini’s goal, reaching the Novara on 4 to 4, but the Novara later again ahead 5 to 4 with Ghavati Ibrahim. At 7 ‘from the end the new overturning with the goals for the Top Five of Geovanni Da Silva and Matteo Gargantini who carry on the Biellese team 6 to 5. At 2’ from the end, after the last possible time-out the decisive overturning with a double masterpiece by Rodolfo Mendez who gives the 8th title to Ticinia Novara entering the history of Italian 5 AMF football after winning the title in 2012 – 2014 – 2015 – 2016 – 2017 – 2018 – 2019 – 2020. Good direction of the race directors Alessandro Chinelli and Antonio Talarico.
FIFS thanks all the teams participating in the finals for their great enthusiasm and great fair play. He thanks the city of Lainate for having made the beautiful structure of the Pala Nelson Mandela available in the persons of the mayor Andrea Tagliaferro and the Councilor for Sport Danila Maddonini, OPES Italy for supporting the realization of the event and the Regional President Roberto Ciufoletti, the CONI Lombardia in the person of the DSA Councilor Federigo Ferrari Castellani, the Lainate Lions Club in the person of the President Aldo Fusarpoli, Studio Muliari Lainate in the person of Dr. Giancarlo Muliari, the Swiss Football Sala Federation in the person of the Secretary Salvatore Terracciano representing the President Marco Militano and the FIFS Councilors Maurizio Secchi and Maria Luisa Godino.