Author Archives: Kevin Bryant

Dominic Carver-Mill to join Grimsby Town Futsal Scholarship

Dominic Carver-Mill

I have watched Dominic play in Grimsby Futsal Leagues for a number of years, an accomplished player that sedom wastes a pass and is lethal at finishing given a glimpse of a chance. So accomplished has Dominic been that he has played in YMCA senior futsal team on a level playing field with older players. Dominic will be a major asset for GTFC futsal team just as has his older brother Josh been these past two seasons.

My grandson James leaves the course this year to head to Sheffield University, a uni that’s a futsal hotspot. Based on watching James and the way he has matured both as a player and a person I would recommend the GTFC scholarship as a great stepping stone for any young player.

Please keep your futsal stories and pictures coming.

 

 

Wednesday senior league has spaces for 2 new teams if you are up for challenge

New Wednesday futsal league about to start, I have spaces for two more teams. Being super generous I will double the £75 prize voucher to £150 if a new team wins league.

Why should you play futsal and not off the walls five a-side? I would suggest a 2017 UEFA study that has shown futsal player’s transition to 11 vs. 11 football better than players trained to play just football might be a very good reason.

Check out your favourite Premier League footballer, it’s odds on he was brought up playing futsal. The rest of the world only plays futsal.

Your team can have up to 12 players, only five can be on court at any one time.

Matches are 40 minutes with two referees.

The Lincs FA now has a County League based at Lincoln that plays monthly, the FA also have a Futsal Cup that we have traditionally done well in the early stages, that is until the FA National teams come into competition.

Love football you will love futsal. Make that call – 07980286663 or email info@futsal.org.uk

Regards,

League Organiser

Kevin Bryant

 

CBM vs. YMCA Spartans League decider goes to wire

CBM Winners of Monday Division 1 League that completed February 2018

CBM went into game knowing that Spartans had to win by two goals to force a league winner’s playoff match.

Spartans rattled CBM from start opening up a 2-0 lead within five minutes. Reduced to a one goal lead just before half time.

The game first quarter looked as though Spartans was in control, by break CBM had quelled fire and was asking questions of their own.

CBM was different team after break levelling and then going in front. Spartans levelled, went ahead only for CBM to equalise and then take lead. Pushing to win by two goals was just too much for Spartans.

Game was intense whilst never getting out of hand. Both teams conceded shots from ten meter mark after a fourth foul against their team. Not a place for feint hearted players or players short on ability.

CBM deservedly retain their league champion’s title.

Two great futsal courses, don’t miss out. Learn from the best don’t keep trying to reinvent the wheel

Great opportunity to learn with the best.

Educational Futsal program with experts from Movistar Inter (Ricardinhos team) which will take place in March 14 – 19, 2018 in Madrid. 

Attached presentation contains all the necessary information

Also feel free to pass on the other people related to futsal.

If interested send us an e-mail or contact Sam Sandri on 07801 269 926

www.totalfootacademy.com

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Wonderful endorsement of futsal from a parent.

Long time since we were in touch but you may remember the Clee Town Fives team I was involved in setting up a few years ago but after a few years had to disband due to players going to university.

My son Luke was the captain and your main point of contact and after reading your article concerning Callum De-Gruchy I thought you might be interested in how Luke was progressing with his futsal.

Luke is in his 3rd year at Leeds Beckett studying Sport and Exercise Science but started playing futsal for the uni in his first year. They are coached by Ivan Solas who is Spanish and a very experienced futsal coach.

In his second year Luke became club captain and so took quiet a bit of responsibility in helping to run both futsal teams. After another successful season they were promoted to the Bucks Northern Premier League.

This season they currently sit 3rd in the league with 2 games left to play and interestingly they are away at Loughborough tomorrow against Callum’s team.

Luke has been asked to play for York City Futsal in the Super League but at present is unable to do so due to other commitments but hopes to be involved later in the season.

Like Callum Luke came through the ranks at Clee Town and both play for the U21 team. Luke is also involved with the Clee Town 1st team and is with them today for their match against Romulus.

The Leeds Beckett futsal setup keep in touch with Grimsby Town Futsal who are visiting Beckett on Monday and I believe there are a couple of the current GTFC Futsal squad intending to go to Beckett next year.

As you can see Luke is doing well with his Futsal and a big part of this is due to the opportunity he had by playing in the Grimsby League which you devote so much of your time to running to a very high standard.

Finally many thanks for your efforts in running the Grimsby Futsal League which goes under the radar of some people but provides a wonderful platform for players to take part and learn the game. As we can see some talented players are going on to play at a high standard both at futsal and also at 11 a side where they are taking the skills they have learnt into other football formats.

Kind regards
Richard Aldrich

Futsal enetering exciting new era as game continues to expand at all levels – uefa

National team futsal in Europe moves into an exciting new era from this year. While the top men’s competitions are being expanded and revamped, women and youth players will soon be joining the race for international glory.

Futsal is evolving rapidly – and as part of UEFA’s strategic planning for the development of the game, the UEFA Executive Committee took a series of decisions in Helsinki last April that will considerably reshape the European futsal landscape as far as the continent’s national team competitions are concerned.

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