With increasing participation numbers at the forefront, Football Quuensland has linked up with Super Futsal in a commitment to get more people involved with futsal – by improving opportunities for anyone either at grassroots or the elite level and for junior and senior ages.
It’s a move that’s set to promote the game of futsal and engage with participants to make sure they are getting a good experience.
It’s not only just the players who will benefit, but current or aspiring referees will be able to have greater opportunities through skill development from futsal programs across the state.
Super Futsal is something that will cater for anyone willing to give the game a go, as social and elite players are already taking part across Brisbane and Logan.
Their headquarters are based in Acaria Ridge and Carina and there are also satellite centres in Mansfield and Beenleigh.
With extensive aspects to Super Futsal, it offers plenty regardless of age, experience and commitment – including the range of leagues, variety of surfaces available (artificial grass and PVC), junior & opens academies, conditioning training and social kick abouts.
With the focus being having fun for social competitions, the emphasis for newcomers is being able to get a team of friends together and enjoy taking part in a more relaxed environment. As games are considerably shorter compared to a normal game of soccer.
Futsal players could even take the next step and progress to a higher level of competition and test themselves against some of the best.
The leagues on offer are the Superliga (first division) and Brisbane Futsal Premier League (second division) are on all year on weekends, while the Xtreme Futsal League has options for players looking to join the league level, with matches played on weeknights.
It goes to show that Super Futsal is a a great way to experience the thrill of the sport. The new affiliation between Football Queensland and Super Futsal is sure to boost participation numbers as the game gets promoted.