Central Valley · Sports

Register now for expanding Futsal Clovis Winter League

Trans Tasman Cup - Futsal Whites v Futsal Roos, 22 September 2012
If your kids have never played Futsal, here’s their chance. (And if you’re one of the many who don’t know what Futsal is, continue reading. It’s a blast.)

The Futsal Clovis Winter League is expanding to include more teams for the upcoming season, which runs from February into March of next year.

Play Dates: February 12, 19, 26, March 5, 12, 19, 26
* There is schedule flexibility if needed.

Where: Granite Ridge , Clovis North High School, and Alta Sierra Gymnasiums

Who: Boys & Girls Youth Soccer Players

Age Groups: U10s, U12s, U14s. Teams Consist of 8-10 players max. Age groups based on Fall League 2016.

Comments: Games will be played on Sunday. Teams are to consist of 8-10 players max. Games will be 40 minutes (2 X 20 minute halves) with a 5-minute half time. *Champions receive Futsal Clovis t-shirts.

Cost: $400 per team (Each team guaranteed 6 games)

Team Registration by Email:
Register your team by emailing Team Name, Gender, Age Group, and Parent/Coach Contact Info to Chad@FutsalClovis.com.

You will receive an email confirmation once you are officially registered for Winter League. All payments are due the first day of competition. Please make check payable to Futsal Clovis. Learn More at www.FutsalClovis.com

Questions: chad@futsalclovis.com or 559-790-7604

What is Futsal?

Futsal is a small-sided game (5v5 including the goalkeepers) played on a soccer court (similar in size to basketball). Unlike indoor soccer, the game does not require the use of dasher boards. It is played with touchline boundaries only (so there are no walls to bang the ball against).

The official ball is a special low bounce ball that is heavier and smaller than an official size 5 soccer ball. The ball forces a player to use their skill rather than the ball’s bounce to propel it. Futsal is a complete skill game. It develops the overall fundamentals of soccer more effectively. It has been proven that youth players develop quicker reflexes, faster thinking, and pinpoint passing. It is a superior game in terms of establishing a player’s touch and technique.

In accordance with CIF bylaw 207, any athlete who transfers from School “A” to School “B” after having prior contact, during the previous 24 months, either directly or indirectly with school “B” prior to enrollment shall not be eligible at School “B” for 365 days from initial date of enrollment. This includes this camp, clinic, AAU, club team, and/or workouts.


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