Please note: we are now moving to our new website kampuksendynamo.com as of August 2019. The present site will remain as an archive.
Are you a futsal person living in Jyväskylä or planning to move to Jyväskylä?
We warmly welcome futsal-loving people from all nationalities in our ranks, and you can always contact us in English. We also speak many other languages (for example, Russian, Portuguese, French, Italian, Swedish, Dari/Farsi, Serbian...).
If you are living in Jyväskylä (for example, as an exchange student) and you wish to join KaDy for a try-out session, or become part of our management, or contact KaDy for training matches or any other form of co-operation, please email Samu, Bubi or any one of us or fill in the contact sheet.
If it turns out that KaDy #1 team is not the one for you, we will happily guide you to KaDy's other, less seriously competitive teams, or other clubs in Central Finland.
KaDy Futsal in a Nutshell
Kampuksen Dynamo (KaDy) was originally a football club founded in 1995 in Jyväskylä, Finland. In 2002, KaDy started competitive futsal from the bottom of the Finnish league pyramid. Since 2009, KaDy has played in the Finnish Futsal League.
In the season 2012–13 KaDy dominated the regular season by winning it with an 8-point margin, but the play-offs ended in disappointing bronze medals. However, KaDy won the Finnish Supercup 2012 and the Finnish Futsal Cup 2012–13.
The season 2013–14 was a disappointment (ending with the 5th position), but 2014–15 brought KaDy back to the top (silver medal). In 2015–16 KaDy aimed at the Finnish championship after three silvers and one bronze in five years' time. The regular series ended with KaDy as the fifth, and the playoffs brought no fame as KaDy's flight came to a crash already in the quarter-finals.
In the season 2016–17, with the return of the ace player and coach Mikko Kytölä and other elite-level enforcements from Catalonia and Tampere, KaDy returned to the top of the league; however, "Game Five" of the final series ended in the main rival Sievi FS's victory 3–2.
In the season 2017–18, KaDy built a very strong team aiming to reach new heights in the lead of Montenegrin top coach Vasko Vujović. And the season was a big success! KaDy was the best team in all respects, winning all domestic titles (Final Four Cup, League regular series and the Finnish Championship).
In the season 2018–19, KaDy won the Finnish Championship for the second time in a row; autumn 2019 will bring KaDy to UEFA Futsal Champions League for the second time. In 2018, KaDy progressed from Preliminary Round to the Main Round.
With season 2019–20 on the doorstep, KaDy will participate in UEFA Futsal Champions League for the second time, with the aim of winning the group in both Preliminary and Main Rounds. Another big goal is to renew the Finnish Championship again, although many top players are leaving KaDy in the summer of 2019.
Ten KaDy players have had appearances in the National team of Finland, many of them in a key role in the team (e.g. the Kytölä brothers, Juha-Matti Savolainen, Jani Korpela and Sergei Korsunov).
We have a competitive and rapidly developing U21 young boys' team, running since 2015. We are in the process of putting together girls' and boys' teams in all ages as soon as we get enough volunteers for running them.
Moreover, KaDy has a couple of less serious teams for futsal lovers: a newly (2015) founded one for women (in the Finnish League) and two for men (Division III and our "just-for-fun" team Vellamo). The U21 boys also play in Men's regional Division II, strenghtened with a few more experienced players.Finally, KaDy occasionally draws together its (university) student force under the name of KaDy Students. KaDy Students won the Finnish student championship 5 times in a row (2010–14), and the team also participated the European Universities Futsal Championships in 2010 in Zagreb, 2011 in Tampere, 2012 in Córdoba, and 2013 in Antequera, Málaga. Since the summer of 2013, KaDy Students have been on a hiatus due to the low number of eligible players (university students aged under 28), but we are looking forward to revitalizing the team for students' championships once again.
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