The Irish Football Association has very ambitious plans to grow the sport of Futsal in Northern Ireland
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Our primary focus is to guarantee players are able to play in an enjoyable environment under the correct Futsal conditions. There will be no restrictions in regards to Academy players, giving everyone an equal opportunity to play Youth Futsal at an Elite Level.
Futsal is growing all around the world, a fact that cannot be ignored. And now, a global leader in youth development, Coerver Coaching are launching a Futsal program.
Both Brentford FC Futsal Club ‘A’ and ‘B’ team have qualified for the English Football League Trust (EFLT) Futsal National Finals for their respective leagues. The first of those finals’ sees Brentford ‘A’ team travel to Birmingham Futsal Arena this Wednesday for right to be called the best Futsal team…
Soon in Japan, the largest national youth futsal festival will start called the Honda Cup where 1,000 teams from across Japan in 12 different age categories boys and girls will compete to be national champions, 10,000 players all hoping to win the competition.
The Bolton, Bury and District Futsal League will be a new competition with its own affiliation and will have futsal-affiliated teams playing in it.
St. Itas Visually Impaired Futsal team are hosting an international tournament in ALSAA Sports and Social, Tobberbunny, Co. Dublin.