March 1, 2018



Open to all abilities
5-6pm (u6 to u8s)
6-7pm (u9 to u13s)

Shin pads, and Astro trainers or indoor trainers will be needed. With plenty of water.

What is Futsal?

Futsal is an exciting, fast-paced small sided football game that originates from South America
in the 1930s. It is widely played across the world, and is the small sided football format that is officially recognised by both UEFA , FIFA and FA.

Benefits of Futsal?

Although Futsal is very much a game in its own right, there are also a number of benefits for
football by encouraging young people to play Futsal as part of a balanced training programme
to improve their overall technical development. The game of Futsal creates an environment
that allows young people to simulate and develop many skills and proficiencies that are transferrable to Football.

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- Confidence on the ball
- Receiving capabilities under pressure
- Decision-making in 1v1 situations
- Ball retention
- Encourages Innovation and creativity

Why not book a free taster session now? Email

Who to contact?

Josh is our head Futsal Coach who has experience playing futsal at a good level. Josh has
ventured all around Europe playing Futsal in Portugal, Spain and of course England. Josh has been playing Futsal since the age of 8 and continues to play now.

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"Futsal is an extremely important way for kids to develop their skills and understanding of the game. My touch and my dribbling have come from playing Futsal."

- Ronaldinho, FIFA World Footballer Of The Year 2004 & 2005

"As a little boy in Argentina, i played Futsal  on  the streets and for my club. It was trmendous fun, and it really helped me become who i am today."

- Lionel Messi, FIFA World Footballer Of The Year 2009, 2010, 2011 & 2012

"Football and Futsal have a lot in common. There are different tactics and moves, but there is the same essence of mastering the ball, combining and making quick decisions."

- Andres Iniesta, 2010 FIFA World Cup Winner