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BREAKING NEWS! Grimsby Futsal Leagues to resume. WHO WANTS TO PLAY?

Poised to strike

After the enforced break Futsal can return despite losing Novartis and YMCA use. The league has for some time been seeking a  permanent home for the beautiful game. Under the new umbrella of Corinthians Complex CIC we are close to achieving the goal of acquiring KENT STREET, a three court multi use venue. Moves continue but we are not there yet.

However, in the interim GFL has achieved exclusive use of a newly resurfaced well-known venue to Futsal to resume the leagues. A single pitch so FIRST come first served.

We are now in process of affiliating teams to the Whole Game System; enrolment information will follow as soon as you have confirmed your team’s commitment to play.

For now I remain the same GFL point of contact:

07980286663 – kevinfutsal46@gmail.com – info@futsal.org.uk

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Joma Announce a New Ball for Spanish Futsal League – Purchase at Football Stuff – Louth

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Joma presents the Official Ball of the First Division of Futsal of the RFEF

The sports brand, as Official Technical Sponsor of Futsal of the Royal Spanish Futsal Federation, alongside RFEF have released the official ball which will be used in the next edition of the First Division of Futsal of the RFEF.

It is a striking design that Joma puts on the feet of the best futsal players in the world. In the development process, all the demands that professionals require of the ball have been taken into account, such as visibility on the court, which is why a fluor green colour has been chosen.

On a technical note, the ball is made using the highest quality materials. The outer layer is composed of 20 heat-sealed panels that provide resistance, with 3D embossing for perfect grip on both the foot and the track. The interior consists of five superimposed layers that work together to create a ball for professional use, which meets all the standard requirements for the FIFA Quality seal.

Juventus aims to improve its junior base by introducing once weekly futsal sessions.

Juventus-Youth-Futsal Alessio Musti

Guaranteeing the best to its young people, to transform the experience at Juventus into a period of exponential growth: the goal of the Juventus youth sector has always been this, with extreme attention to the needs of each boy and to the methodologies used to coach. In this latter aspect, this year, there is an important development: the Futsal project.

The idea was born from the desire to integrate the two disciplines – soccer and futsal starting from the basic activity so as to make the growth path of young players even more complete, providing them with all the skills that futsal manages to broadcast. The project addresses age groups from Under 7 to Under 14: each age group will carry out specific weekly training.

Leading the project is Alessio Musti, a former futsal player, with three titles and six Italian Cups, and technical commissioner of the National team, as well as a teacher for UEFA courses on the methodology of futsal. A methodology when integrated with those already present at the Juventus youth sector, it’s aim is to improve the standard of the average player.

Thanks to Futsal Focus for this article