Futsal Development

Futsal Focus founder Stephen McGettigan interview on the World of Futsal podcast
Futsal Focus founder and managing director Stephen McGettigan discusses the futsal industry with Keith Tozer and how the sport can develop further.
Born 2 Play Futsal TV show set to increase awareness in Canada
Today’s interview is an exclusive with the hosts of Canada’s first ever Futsal show, Andrea Benton and Alvaro Felipe de Almeida called ‘Born 2 Play Futsal’.
An in-depth and insightful look at futsal development in the Philippines
Exclusive to Futsal Focus: Kevin Goco the head of the futsal department at the Philippine Football Federation discusses in detail futsal development in the Philippines.
The fight for the future of English futsal
The FA have reduced their support for futsal but the futsal community is determined to fight for the future of their sport. Futsal Focus takes a look at some of the activities happening in the English futsal community.
Futsal Association Uganda gears up preparations for a new dawn
FAU has utilized the forcefully imposed off-season time due to COVID-19 to undertake a couple of key administrative activities that started off with building a five-year strategic plan that the game shall adopt to benefit from.
Futsal development in New Zealand 2020
New Zealand is regularly promoted as a benchmark for many futsal developing nations, therefore we reached out to our contacts there to take a closer look.
Australian futsal experiencing hard times but is there light at the end of the tunnel?
Futsal Focus takes a look at Australian Futsal news concerning Futsal Oz, the Australian Futsal Association, Rhys Buick, and the Football Federation of Australia.
Format proposals for the future of the UEFA Futsal Champions League competition
Exclusive to Futsal Focus: Valerio Scalabrelli has put together format proposals that he thinks will help improve the UEFA Futsal Champions League for you to read, discuss and consider!
What next for Futsal in England???
The English FA pulled their support for the development of futsal blaming COVID 19 for their reasoning leading to a backlash domestically and internationally.
The RFEF presents the “Avance 24” Program to futsal clubs, with 8 million euros to promote the sport
Advance 24 will see First Division clubs that join the program receive 60,000 fixed euros and 30,000 variable euros for each season

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