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FUTSAL. What is Futsal? It’s a 5-a-side game, normally played on a slightly larger pitch with hockey sized goals and a smaller ball with a reduced bounce. It is played to touchlines and all players are free to enter the penalty area and play the ball over head height.

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What is Futsal?

  • It’s a 5-a-side game, normally played on a slightly larger pitch with hockey sized goals and a smaller ball with a reduced bounce. It is played to touchlines and all players are free to enter the penalty area and play the ball over head height.
  • As a game it places considerable demand on technique, movement, tactical awareness and fitness. The differences to our traditional versions of Small Sided Football are the absence of rebound boards and some slight amendments in the laws that favour skilful, creative play above the physical contact that tends to be a feature of English five a side.
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What is Futsal?

The Basics…

5-a-Side including Goalkeeper

Pitch size – Length - Minimum 25m

Maxinmum 42m

Width - Minimum 15m

Maximum 25m

Smaller ball with 30% reduced bounce

Thinner,taller, ‘Hockey’ sized goals (3mx2m)

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Will Futsal improve me as a player?

  • Improved co-ordination
  • Closer control
  • Improved technical ability
  • Greater awareness of space
  • Improved combination play
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More Benefits of the Small Sided game…

  • Far more repeated touches of the ball
  • More touches throughout all areas of the pitch
  • More attacking 1v1 scenarios
  • More shots on goal and technical demand on goalkeepers
  • Repeated decision making
  • Emphasis is on individuals to take more responsibility
  • All players must defend and attack
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Facts based around 4v4 Football against Mini Football…

  • 136,500 additional decision making opportunities in comparison
  • to 6v6 – improving skill levels and decision making.
  • 4v4 average findings (against 8v8)…
  • 38 more passes
  • 35 more 1v1 encounters
  • 29 more dribbling opportunities (tricks/turns)
  • 32 more shots
  • 20 more goals
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Some professional players start out with Futsal to build fundamental skills. Brazilian players Ronaldinho, Robinho, Kaka, Rivaldo, Juninho and many more started out playing Futsal. In Brazil, the majority of children start out with Futsal rather than association football since it requires less space and many schools in the country do not have a field to play traditional association football.

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"The young player should not be at all bothered with tactics, defending or positional elements. The focus should be on learning basic techniques. It should be ball, ball and more ball."     Zico

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"It's helped me a lot because in Futsal it's all short passes and on a football pitch it's totally different, you have more time to think. When I was little we always played Futsal and now it's easy to control the ball in short spaces, that's where it's helped me a lot."

Ronaldinho

Ronaldinho Futsal.wmv

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Next Step for Developing Futsal in NEWFA

  • November – Approach Ysgol Morgan Llwyd School about pilot Scheme
  • November – Hold taster sessions for children in year 7 – 11 in curricular time.
  • Show Presentation on Futsal including Video Footage
  • 20min practical session
  • December – After school / Dinner time coaching sessions for 10 week block
  • December/January – Identify 6th form students and hold
  • Futsal Coach Education and Futsal Referee Education
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Useful Websites:-

www.futsal.co.uk

www.yourfutsal.org.uk

www.thefa.com/england/futsal

www.thefpl.com

www.youtube.com – search ‘futsal’

www.nikefootball.com – search ‘joga bonito’