After the leadership in the southern division, the main task of “Baku United” to win the matches of the 2nd stage. In order to overcome it, there was a barrier consisting of 2 teams: “Sheffild” and “Univercity of Bath”. Of course, everyone expected “Baku United” to win. These rival teams should not make challenges for our team. The expectations proved themselves. The first match was against “Sheffild”. It should be highlighted that the difference between the levels of our futzal players and the rival team declared itself. And the scoreline proved this idea as well. 14-3. Our players Raoni Medina was best remembered for quadruple, and Jonathan Camara for het-tric. Our futzal players were happy with the next big victory in the meeting with “University of Bath”. 5-0. Jose Lozano and Carlos Munoz made a brace and contributed to the results. Other member of our team Duglas Rid scored the next goal. Our team started the return meet not very well. Our futzal players were even loosing after the first part with the score 1-2. However, the scenario totally changed in the second part. “Baku United” disappointed the opponent for 5 times and formalised the victory with overall scoring. 6-2. The authors of the goals were Jonathan Camara, Jose Lozano and Carlos Munoz. Agon Rexha was the hero of the match with his het-tric. And finally, the last match of the state. “Sheffild” could not resist this time as well. In the game, where “Baku United” won with the score 12-2, Jose Lozano invited the futzal players of “Sheffild” to the centre of the field for 4 times, Ravi Solano for 3 times, Carlos Munoz for 2 times. Jonathan Camara and Kavin Ramirez were registered in the scoreboard. Thus, “Baku United”, which showed the maximum results after 4 matches in the group, won the ticket to the “Grand Final”.