"The Leaders of Youth Player Development in the Tri-State Area"
With Futsal, the emphasis is clearly on control and technique. If you have ever watched Futsal players fight to keep the ball from crossing the touch line you will immediately begin to understand and see how Futsal develops close ball skills, control, and technique. Players must learn to settle the ball rapidly, shield effectively and pass quickly by using all surfaces of the foot.
Futsal places a greater premium on ball control and close ball skills. There is no reward for wayward passes, errant shots or 'kick and run' play because the field is too small and packed with players. Players with the ball must use proper technique to maintain control and must seek out other players in space. Players without the ball must move to 'real' space and must truly support their teammates.ck on the links below for more information and video clips of the game osal
Wednesday's 12/9/09 - 2/24/10 6-10pm CC Technical School - Berlin
Thursday's 12/10/09-2/25/10 6-10pm Blue Barn Tuckerton Rd - Marlton
6-7pm for U9/U10 Players
7-8pm for U11/U12 Players
8-9pm for U13/U14 Players
9-10pm for High School Players
$165 for Eleven (11) Classes
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Minimum 12 kids per class Maximum 16 kids per class
10 participants required or class time will be canceled.
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Youth Soccer Alliance, LLC 12000 Lincoln Drive West, Suite #408 Marlton, New Jersey 08053 USA Phone: (856) 810-0806 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Also visit us on your cell phone at: http://youthsocceracademy.mobi