from the same great team that bought you soccer school ...


Our ever popular Futsal sessions will run from
SATURDAY OCTOBER 15
(until further notice)


APPLEMORE RECREATION CENTRE
Saturday mornings...
8.45am - 945.am Year R Boys & Year R to Year 6 Girls
9.45 am - 10.45am Years 1 & 2 boys

for any more information please mail here info@hytheanddibdenyfc.co.uk

updates & info can also be found on the Hythe & Dibden Soccer School/Futsal facebook page....

to see photos of our sessions click here

 

WHAT IS FUTSAL...?

Futsal is an exciting, fast-paced small sided football game that is widely played across the world and is officially recognised by both UEFA and FIFA...

The nature of the game places a large emphasis on technical skill and ability in situations of high pressure, and is subsequently an excellent breeding ground for football skills that can be translated into the 11-a-side
format of the game. Many of the top world class footballers played Futsal in their youth and credit it with supporting their footballing development; players of the calibre of Pele, Zico, Ronaldinho, Kaka, Lionel Messi to name
but a few of the South American legends all played and enjoyed Futsal..... But Futsal has not just helped produce South American football stars, on the European stage Cristiano Ronaldo, Deco, Xavi, Fabregas amongst many
others have played Futsal to develop their skills.....

Have a look here to see Futsal being played...

see our very own H&D Rockets playing Futsal here

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HDYFC Under 10s playing Futsal



click the picture to go to the England Futsal web page...


Rockets play at the Swindon Futsal Arena... read all about it here


WHY PLAY FUTSAL...?

Futsal is played by thousands of adults and children across the world. Whilst it is a sport in its own right, Futsal does not compete with football but serves to support it by developing skills that will make children better players, both on the football pitch and the futsal court. The benefits of Futsal for young players Futsal encourages young players become more agile, faster, stronger and have better balance. It also helps youngsters become more comfortable with the ball and give them lots of opportunities to practice passing, dribbling, turning, shooting and ball control whilst under pressure....

Compared to football, Futsal demands more versatile players. Its normal for every player to play in every position on the field during the course of a game. Futsal players are not labelled as defenders, midfielders
or attackers like they are in football. Young players will also touch the ball many more times during a
game of Futsal than they do even in mini soccer, they will pass more often, shoot more and score more
goals. They will also practice their skills in far more 1v1 situations than they will experience in
traditional football. The nature of the game of Futsal places a large emphasis on technical skill and ability
in situations of high pressure, and is subsequently an excellent breeding ground for football skills
that can be translated into the 11-a-side format of the game. Futsal also encourages young players to
make quick decisions whilst under pressure and in tight spaces and have better spatial awareness.

In addition, Futsal is primarily an indoor sport which means that young players can continue their
development during the winter months when outdoor surfaces are not available due to poor weather

All this combined makes Futsal a fantastic development tool for players aged 5 16.


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