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There are no programs or divisions available at the moment. Please contact your club administrator with any questions.

Winter Futsal Information

NRFA is moving indoors for the winter with its Futsal Program! The focus of the winter futsal program is to improve players’ overall technical ability within an active and high-paced form of play. The games will be played in a 5 v 5 format including goalkeepers. The format allows players to maximize touches on the ball, enhance passing and receiving abilities in tight spaces, and a chance to create high volumes of chances to score. While skill development is key, players will also be able to benefit from the opportunity to compete over the course of seven weekends of futsal. Players will be organized by age and gender. All games will be played with NRFA Staff Coaches and/or Directors in supervision. The emphasis is on the technical development of the player, but the focus will be for the players to have FUN in an exciting environment.

Why play futsal?

Futsal is a fast-paced 5-a-side soccer game that is widely played across the world and is officially recognized by both USSF and FIFA. While it can be a sport, Futsal does not compete with mainstream soccer, but serves to support it. Futsal is widely considered a valuable tool in the development of young players to assist them in becoming more technically proficient in situations of high pressure. This makes the NRFA Winter Futsal program a terrific way to allow players to hone their skills during the winter months, but with enough differentiation to keep the games fun and fresh. The time commitment and fees are minimal, so other winter sports can be played in tandem easily.

Key skills and techniques used throughout Futsal games are all directly transferable to the outdoor game.

Through Futsal, players have increased opportunity for:

  • Development of agility, balance, coordination and speed
  • Enhancing comfort level with the soccer ball
  • Learning to make quick decisions while under pressure and in tight spaces
  • Learning better spatial awareness
  • Improving passing, dribbling, turning, shooting and ball control while under pressure

REGISTRATION: Closes on November 29th



Saturday- Middle School Boys, High School Girls, High School Boys

  • Archer Lodge Middle School (762 Wendell Rd, Wendell, NC 27591)
  • December 2nd, 9th, 16th
  • January 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th
  •  Game Times-(1:30, 2:15, 3:00, 3:45, 4:30, 5:15)

Sunday- U9 Coed, U11 Boys, U11 Girls, Middle School Girl

  • Riverwood Middle School (204 Athletic Club Blvd, Clayton, NC 27527)
  • December 3rd, 10th, 17th
  • January 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th
  • Game Times-(2:00, 2:45, 3:30, 4:15, 5:00, 5:45, 6:30, 7:15)


  • U9 Coed - composed of 2011, 2010, and 2009
  • U11 Boys - composed of 2007, 2008
  • U11 Girls - composed of 2007, 2008
  • Middle School Girls – composed of 2006, 2005 and 2004 (could be an 03 if they are still in MS)
  •  Middle School Boys – composed of 2006, 2005 and 2004 (could be an 03 if they are still in MS)
  •  High School Girls - composed of 2003 to 2000 (could be a 99 if they are still in HS)
  • High School Boys - composed of 2003 to 2000 (could be a 99 if they are still in HS)


  • Team Assessments:  Would take place on the first date.  This date would serve as a rules / scrimmage / introduction to the sport.  Players would be assessed and split into 4 teams based on ability to create teams as equal as possible.  The two coaches and league administrator would split all teams.  The two coaches would coach all teams. Their job is to manage playing time for the teams.
  • 4 Teams per league.  Roster limit of 8 per team to maximize touches and playing time.  First come, first serve registration.
  • Teams would play each team in their division twice for a total of 6 league matches.  No playoffs, no tournaments.
  • Standard Futsal Rules – 5 a side.  (4 field players and a keeper).  Full-Size court with regulation goals.  Size 4 futsal Ball for U10 and above.  Size 3 futsal ball for U8 Coed.
  • Keeper area is the space inside the 3-point area.  Standard basketball court lines to be used for end lines and touchlines.
  • Referee
  • NRFA Coach/Directors to coach teams
  • Two 17-minute halves.  2-minute halftime.  Running clock.  Allows teams about 5-6 minutes to warm up in between matches.
  • NRFA Tee-shirts for a uniform.  

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