Futsal League

Sign up for indoor soccer fun this winter. Teams will play five-a-side futsal (four court players and one goal keeper) with a roster limit of ten. Teams will provide their own uniforms. Game play will follow FIFA futsal rules with local modifications. U12, U14, and High School, male, female, and coed teams are welcome and other age brackets are possible if there is sufficient interest. The cost is $260 per team. Cost does not include uniforms, or Missouri Youth Soccer futsal player and staff registrations (player registrations, $6 per player; staff $11, per staff member per team; MYSA field registrations cannot be used for futsal). The league registration fee of $260 must be received by January 4, 2013. Unpaid teams will not be scheduled. League play will begin Saturday, January 12, 2013 and run through Saturday, February 23, 2013.

Click here to download the Winter 2013 Futsal Flyer.

Futsal League Facilities

Carl Junction Community Center. Get directions to the Community Center.

Neosho Senior High School Gym.  Get directions to the gym.

League Documents and Schedule

The Winter 2013 futsal schedule is not yet available. Futsal rules, league documents, and the schedule (when available) may be found here.

What is Futsal?

Futsal is a fast-paced, high-scoring, exciting brand of indoor soccer, which builds soccer skills like no other indoor soccer game. Each team consists of four court players and a goal keeper, plus substitutes. Futsal is the only form of indoor soccer recognized by FIFA, the worldwide governing body of soccer. One of the most rapidly growing indoor sports in the world, futsal is played by over 30 million people. We play real futsal refereed by USSF certified officials.

More Information

The Midwest Select Youth Soccer League currently has two divisions, the outdoor middle-school league (U12-U15, grades 6-9), which operates in the fall and spring, and the futsal league (U12-U15, grades 6-9).

Participating organizations have a strong voice in how the league is operated.  Each participating organization  sends a representative to the League Governance Committee.  Resolutions passed by the committee go to the Midwest Select Soccer Board of Directors for ratification.

Coaches are required to pass a background check before the team is allowed to play.

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