If there is no winner at the end of normal time in a quarter-final, a semi-final or the final, extra time consisting of two 5-minute periods of effective time is played. If the two teams are still equal after extra time, the winner is determined by a penalty shoot-out (see).
If there is no winner at the end of normal time in the third-place match, no extra time is played. A penalty shoot-out determines the winning team (see).
If the two teams involved in a play-off score the same number of goals over the two legs, two 5-minute periods of extra time are played at the end of the second leg. The team which scores more goals during extra time qualifies for the next stage. If both teams score the same number of goals or no goals are scored during extra time, a penalty shoot-out determines which team qualifies for the next stage.
If extra time is required, there is a five-minute break between the end of normal time and the start of extra time. As a rule, the players remain on the field of play during this five-minute break, at the discretion of the referee.
Penalties are taken in accordance with the procedure laid down in the FIFA Futsal Laws of the Game.