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– Open for boys and girls age 4 to 16
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In futsal, changes around the player happen at an extremely quick pace. Players need to adapt to this changing environment through improved peripheral perception, spacial awareness and timing. Individual and collective actions are conditioned by this, making futsal an amazing development tool for football as well as a sport by its own right. Futsal players develop a collective sense of the game, cooperation and discipline, but also individual creativity and and enhanced decision making.
As part of our Development Plan, we are creating our youth infrastructure, developing a community programme and creating relationships with local institutions. Futsal is the fastest growing sport in England, with participation for youth players doubling during the last season. We consider the future of the sport in this country is to develop players from a young age, which also will help develop them as practitioners of traditional football.
We also believe there is potential to successfully run futsal-related projects in the community, so we are starting to work with local schools and educational institutions, sports development organisations and others, to improve futsal awareness and contribute to community development.
We offer After-School Clubs and evening sessions, but our partnerships go further. We also deliver futsal-themed Extended Learning Days, where several of our coaches deliver sport sessions and classroom activities including interactive presentations, technical work and tactical basics, and an emphasise on creativity and decision making. ELDs have proved very successful and have greatly helped raising awareness of futsal amongst the students.