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Futsal Training Program

Southeast Soccer's Futsal Training Program


Southeast Soccer is offering a futsal training and play program for a variety of age groups.

Coaches will work with players to develop foot skills, dribbling, passing, possession, and how to play faster. 

Players will also develop a sense of teamwork in addition to individual skills. Program includes approximately 40% skills building/training and 60% small-sided futsal play.


Location: 9th Street Soccer and Coffee 810 9th St SE Minneapolis, MN 55424

 

Futsal Dates: 8 sessions Wednesdays November - December (no Wednesday, Nov. 24 due to Thanksgiving)

 

See below for dates and times for your player's age and gender. Southeast Futsal training is open to the public! Invite your friends and neighbors.

 

Futsal Dates: Wednesdays in November: 11/3, 11/10, 11/17 - No Wednesday 11/24
Wednesdays in December: 12/1, 12/8, 12/15, 12/22, 12/29

6-7pm | 11u-13u Futsal
7-8pm | 14u and over Futsal

 

Futsal Players should bring clean indoor soccer shoes (cleats are okay), a soccer ball, water bottle, and shin guards. 

 

All sessions are 1 hour in length. Arrive 10 minutes early to ensure each session begins on time.

 

Cost: $165 for 8 sessions.

 

All participants must be registered prior to participating.


Futsal Players should bring soccer shoes (cleats are okay, soccer ball, and shin guards. 

Arrive 10 minutes early to ensure each session begins on time.


Southeast Soccer Futsal Training


Why Play Futsal?

(Source: US Futsal) 

  1. Rewards | FIFA's Futsal rewards the same basic skills, tactics and knowledge of the game as the 11v11 outdoor game.
  2. Ball Touches | In a statistical study comparing Futsal to indoor arena soccer with walls, players touch the ball 210% more often.
  3. Ball Control | With limited space, an out of bounds and constant opponent pressure, improved ball control skills and technique are required.
  4. Speed of Play | With limited space, constant opponent pressure and a 4 second restart rule players learn to play and think fast.
  5. Mandatory Support | Without a wall as a crutch, players must make supporting runs when their teammates have the ball.
  6. Continuity of Play | Action is continuous so players are forced to continue the play instead of stopping and watching.
  7. Knowledge | With four court players and all the basic options of the outdoor game in non-stop action mode, players' understanding of the game is enhanced.
  8. Framing the Goal | The goal and Penalty Area are a perfect size for narrowing the angle so teams learn to frame the goal to score goals.
  9. Encouraged Learning | FIFA's Laws Of The Game of Futsal, encourage playing a skilled game by punishing all physical contact fouls.
  10. Fun | Players enjoy the challenge of playing a fast-paced-fun-skill-oriented game that test their abilities.