The new Winter Futsal Season will kick off in early August 2020. FREE COME & TRY / SIGN-ON DAY: Wednesday 29th July at Redlynch Central Sports Stadium between 5pm and 6:30pm. Bring your [...]
NEW FUTSAL SEASON STARTING SOON! The new Winter Futsal Season will start from Monday 27th of July 2020 We will have the competitions for kids aged 5 to 16 + senior men’s and ladies. We even [...]
FUTSAL IS BACK! Futsal Games will commence from the 13th of July 2020 at Redlynch Central Sports Stadium. Are you ready to take the court once again? Semi Finals and Finals from the previous [...]
JUNE/JULY HOLIDAY FUTSAL CLINICS 2020 CLICK HERE TO ENROL SCHOOL HOLIDAY FUTSAL CLINICS with Jamie Gosling Football Academy Coach Cristian Couto for ages 6 to 13 boys & girls, for all [...]
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Futsal is 5-A-Side indoor soccer. Futsal is an abbreviation of the Portuguese phrase “futebol de salon”, which in English means “football in a large room”. Futsal is generally played on wooden or rubber surfaces, but due to the expanding growth of futsal over the years and the lack of courts available across the country, Futsal has branched out and is now played on synthetic and artificial grass.
Redlynch Central Sports Stadium Futsal competitions cater for both the keen footballers and for those who just wish to have a little fun with some friends. There are competitions available for juniors and seniors, males and females of all ages starting from as young as 3 years!!!
Futsal has 2 seasons per year:
Summer Season is from September to February, pre-season will usually begin 1st week of September, and competition usually begins 1st week of October (please be aware that this is an approximate date – please keep an eye on sign-on information, and be aware that Futsal is not usually played over school holidays).
Winter Season is from March to August, pre-season will usually begin mid March, and competition usually begins mid April (please be aware that this is an approximate date – please keep an eye on sign-on information, and be aware that Futsal is not usually played over school holidays).
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
Cost of Minor League $250/player; this includes all game fees (including semi final and finals), registration, training, end of season presentation for winners and runners up.
Cost of Junior Futsal $250/player; this includes all game fees (including semi final and finals), registration, and end of season presentation for winners and runners up.
Cost for Senior Futsal players is $90/player for registration and $65/team/game.
You can join as an individual “click here” or as a team (you will need a minimum of 5 players if you are nominating a team) “click here” for a team nomination form, or you can call Tony on 4039 4378 or email email@example.com
The game of netball is a team sport that is played by two teams of seven players; based on throwing and catching. The object is to score goals from within a defined area, by throwing a ball into a ring attached to a 3.05 metres (10 feet) high post.
Redlynch Central Sports Stadium Futsal competitions cater for both the keen footballers and for those who just wish to have a little fun with some friends.
There are competitions available for juniors and seniors, males and females of all ages starting from as young as 5 years!!!
Registration/insurance is $25 per player and game fees are $10 per player (see conditions)
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