On Sunday 19th of August 2018, Bruneian society of Loughborough University, LufBru hosted their 12th LufBru Summer Games Futsal Competition. The opening ceremony began with the arrival of the Guest of Honour, Yang Mulia, Puan Nadia Lee Siew Hoon binti Abdullah, Deputy Permanent Secretary (Core Education) at the Ministry of Education, and the singing of the National Anthem along with the recitation of Surah Al-Fatihah. Following this, the president of the LufBru society, Awangku Aiman Zufari bin Pengiran Zaini, gave a speech to show his gratitude towards the Guest of Ho nor, players, volunteers and all the generous sponsors who supported and helped make the event a reality. In his speech he also highlighted how the Lufbru Summer Games was a good means of giving student studying in the United Kingdom a healthy way of spending a part of their long summer holidays and to fuel them with a competitive drive.
After the speech, the event began with the 8 teams, WMs, YAR, Legenda, Hugo Boss, Brusx, Brunei Hall, BRUSCA and Team Abang Kanye, battling it out in a round robin format. After that, the top 4 teams would proceed to the semifinals with the 1st seed, Legenda against the 4th seed, BRUSCA and the 2nd seed, Hugo boss against 3rd seed, Brusx. After both grueling semifinals matches ended in 1-0, Legenda and Brusx emerged victorious and were to face off in the finals, leaving Hugo Boss and BRUSCA to battle for 3rd place for a last chance to go home with a medal, where Hugo Boss ultimately won. Finally, the highlight of the event kicked off with an epic clash between Legenda and Brusx, fighting blow for blow. Both teams played extremely well but in the end Legenda won by the slimmest of margins, ending it in a very close victory with a score of 1-0.
The awards ceremony saw 2nd and 3rd place, Brusx & Hugo Boss, receive silver and bronze medals respectively. Champions Legenda brought home a trophy and gold medals during the awards ceremony. The top scorer award of the tournament was shared by two players from team Legenda, Khairul Hakeem Haji Jumat and Mohammed Azeezuddeen Mohd Ismaon, both scoring 4 goals throughout the event. The Most Valuable Player Award went to Ahmad Rusydan Haji Hamdan, who scored the decisive goal in the final, bringing home a trophy and a headset sponsored by Bang & Olufsen. Following this, the event was then ended with the recitation of Surah Al-Asr.