The FA National Futsal Series launch YouTube channel

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2019-20 season saw Futsal in England take another development step with the launch of the FA National Futsal Series (NFS) which is now the pinnacle of English Futsal.

The NFS operates at tiers one and two of the Futsal competition pathway comprising of 25 teams playing across three divisions; a national tier 1, underpinned by two regional tier 2 competitions.

The league is played as a central venue model with all teams hosting two fixture rounds, giving them the opportunity to welcome teams and spectators from all over their region.

At the weekend was round 6 of the competition and the FA launched their YouTube channel to give anyone interested in English Futsal the opportunity to watch highlights from their national league so you don’t miss anything. Below you can watch highlights of Helvecia’s 2-1 victory over Loughborough University:

Rob Ursell levelled the game for Helvecia before they went on to grab a late winner. If you want to watch more highlights of the league, you can go to their YouTube page via this link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcDX_B_8bXwNkBYOhjQrEpQ

After watching the highlights if attending matches to see if you would enjoy the sport or you would like to experience English Futsal then English champions Helvecia are hosting the next round with the University of Hertfordshire:

 

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