TRAINING – Mon and Thurs or Fri
GAME DAY – Saturday (Under 6 to Under 9) Sunday (Under 10 above)
VENUES – Training at Tempe (Indoor), Marrickville PCYC (Indoor) and .Arlington Oval (Dulwich Hill – Outdoor);
Teams are being formed now. We do have a few openings a number of players on waiting lists so please drop an email if you are interested.
We are looking for players that show a desire and interest in developing their football skills this summer.
In 2017 we are entering a local competition but with a view to developing a broad futsal capability across a number of ages that will enable us to participate in both local and Futsal NSW competitions in 2018. We believe the program that RDFA has developed with Marrickville FC offers improved value for money coupled with a development pathway for all players. On top of that futsal is fast, fun and puts a smile on every ones face.
- 5 Players on the pitch (including GK)
- 7 players per squad
- 30 minute games
- all outs restarted with kick ins
- fast and fun – quick feet required
Registration is $700 for the season. This includes
- 2 hours professional coaching per week,
- game day support by the coach,
- all training venue and equipment costs
- competition entry
and a whole lot of fun.
An easy payment plan is available ($300 on registration and then 2 payments of $200 01 October and 01 November).
Futsal Offering: Under 7 to Under 15
Futsal develops the same basic technique, skills, tactics and knowledge of the game as the outdoor game so is a. great opportunity to continue your football development and fun
More Ball touches – players touched the ball 275% more often than playing outdoors
Improved Ball control – with limited space and constant opponent pressure, improved ball control technique and skills are required
Play and think fast – constant opponent pressure and a 4 second restart law means players must learn to play and think fast, which develops intelligent players.
Improves your support play – in order to escape tight situations you must make supporting when team mates have the ball.
Continuity of play – action is continuous. Players must continue the play instead of stopping and watching, which in develops physical conditioning.
Using the Goal Keeper- goal keepers have to join in the play acting as an out field player and improve all round ball skills and techniques
Finishing – players must learn to shoot accurately and deceive the the goalkeeper instead of just relying on power alone.