The Bermuda Futsal Federation hosted its Annual All-Star Games inside the Bermuda College Gymnasium.
The Women's All-Star Game saw the Yellow Team defeat the Blue Team by a narrow margin.
The game started out slowly with both teams having difficulty scoring and at the end of the first half, the Yellow Team was up 1 - 1. Things picked up in the second, with both goalkeepers making some impressive saves to keep their teams in the game. The Yellow Team scored 3 goals to the Blue's 1 to win the game 4 to 2. The Women's All-Star MVP award went to Nia Christopher who scored 1 goal and was her team's most outstanding player.
In the Men's All-Star Game, fans were treated to a fantastic display of slick passing and thunderous shots on goal. In the first half both teams were evenly matched and both goalkeepers were kept very busy. At the end of the first half, the score was tied at 4 to 4.
The second half saw an incredible 9 goals scored for each team and every time the West Team scored, the East immediately replied to tie up the game. Eusebio Blankendel led the East with 7 goals. The West was led by Ahria Simons who scored 4 goals. The finals score was 13 to 13 and resulted in the first ever penalty shoot-out for the Men's All-Star Game. Each team had 3 penalties to be taken with sudden death if the score was tied at the end of the first 3. The West won the toss and decided to put pressure on the East by making them take the first penalty. However, this strategy did not work out as the East scored all 3 of their penalties with the West only scoring 2 goals and missing their third penalty which resulted in victory for the East. The All-Star MVP went to the West's Simons.
At the end of the game the following award presentations for the Men's League were made:
Most Outstanding League Goalkeeper - Danvers Seymour of Somerset Trojans