A ground-breaking period for futsal in this country has continued with the naming of both male and female U-18 national teams. Each squad includes ten of New Zealand’s most promising young futsal players and both will… [more]
Futsal is the only FIFA and NZ Football approved version of five-aside football and the world’s fastest growing indoor sport.
Futsal is a small-sided – 5v5 – game played with a smaller (size 3 or 4) low bounce ball, on a basketball sized court without rebound walls or nets.
It is a game which combines fun, creativity, speed, technique, teamwork and quick thinking.
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AFF U-19 Girls – First place
1-0 victory over Mainland in the final (Goal: Erin Roxburgh)
AFF U-15 Girls – Third place
AFF U-19 Boys – Third place
AFF U-16 Boys – Fifth place
AFF U-14 Boys – Ninth Place
Oscar Yee – Most Valuable Player
For more information about Futsal in your area contact Futsal Development Officer Marvin Eakins here.
The New Zealand Football Futsal Roadshow is a free, fun-packed weekend of fast-paced action designed to showcase the game and attract more players to this fast-growing form of football. The weekend will be an opportunity to learn about futsal and for fans to see the Futsal Whites and the National League team in action.
For those that want to know more about the game there will be a free Intro to Futsal course followed by the Futsal Whites taking on the National Futsal league side in a best of two games series.
With the Futsal season set to begin in October, the weekend is a great way for football Clubs looking to enter teams to see and experience Futsal first hand.
NZF Futsal Roadshow is a great opportunity for anyone interested in the game to come and see why it’s one of the fastest-growing forms of football worldwide. Futsal enables players to play the game throughout the year and for kids it’s a fun form of the game that also develops their skills,”
– Dave Payne, Futsal Development Manager, New Zealand Football.
We caught up with Auckland Football Federation’s Martin Jona and his star pupils at Riverside Sports club who alongside the Auckland Council have been key supporters of Fun Futsal Centres for the past two years.
Enjoy Auckland Football Federation’s preview of the National Women’s Futsal League which took place in Wellington from February 24, 2017.