Date: 24/03/2010 Release Ref: MFC201018 Site:
Learn to play the Brazilian
way with Boro Futsal
Futsal Club are on the lookout for boys and girls to expand their junior
section and are hoping local children will get into the Brazilian born
a version of 5-a-side football played by Brazilians. Ronaldinho’s toe
poke, Robinho’s stepovers, Ronaldo’s skill were all developed playing
futsal. It’s an exciting game to play and will help a player to develop
their technical skills, which can be transferred to the 11-a-side game.
there are opportunities to excel in futsal.
Middlesbrough have produced three England internationals and one
professional futsal player in their short history.
Damon Shaw urges kids to get into futsal.
“Futsal is such a fun game and every child we’ve coached has enjoyed it
and learnt new things to take away to their football team. We also
enter the junior teams into
tournaments and the opportunity is there for the boys to train with the
team when they approach 16.”
sessions take place on a Friday at Middlesbrough College between 6 and
9pm. Anybody interested should contact
the club Chairman, Damon Shaw on email@example.com
or call on 07807 146 319 to register their interest, making sure to
age of the player. Boys aged 14-16 could
start straight away, other teams will start when there is enough
registered – a girl’s team is one that Boro are keen to establish.
Futsal Club also offer coaching in schools as a one off or on a regular
basis. For more information and to
arrange a coach contact Damon Shaw.
information on the club and futsal, visit BoroFutsal.com.
Notes to editor:
§ For further information about
Middlesbrough Futsal Club and
photography and interview opportunities contact Damon Shaw on 07807 146
§ Twitter – www.twitter.com/borofutsal
§ Facebook – www.facebook.com/borofutsal