Winter Futsal Program


Program Description

This Program promotes the Long Term Player Development (LTPD) Stage 7: Active for Life.

Futsal is a great winter fun sport which will definitely improve your summer soccer skills.  Comparable to indoor dome soccer but played in local school gyms in the Orleans area, it basically follows the same rules with kick-ins, subbing on the fly, no offside and limited contact.  The game consists of two (2) 25-minutes halves played on a gym floor using the gym floor lines (no bouncing off the wall).

Program Details

Level of Play:
  • Boys/Girls mixed (U6 to U7) - 4 players aside
  • Boys/Girls mixed (U8 to U9) - 4 players aside

* At these introductory ages, licensed game leaders and technical coaches from the club will run technical exercises for the first portion of the session to warm-up and help teach the basic skills to the kids.  This will be followed by a 30-40 minutes of game play. 

  • Boys (U10 - U12) - 5 players aside
  • Girls (U10 - U12) - 5 players aside

  • Boys (U13 - U17) - 5 players aside
  • Girls (U13 - U17) - 5 players aside

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Player Assessments:

Open to all


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Season Length:

November 13th, 2016 to mid-April 2017

Note: There might be some school closing beyond our control for various reasons and there will be no reduction in fees or refunds. 

Weekly Commitment:

Games only - each game will be a one-hour time slot.

  • U6-U7: Sunday afternoons @ Avalon PS 1pm-2pm or 2pm-3pm 
  • U8-U9: Sunday afternoons @ Avalon PS 3pm-4pm or 4pm-5pm 
  • U10-U12 Boys: Sunday mornings @ Fallingbrook ES 8am-11am 
  • U10-U12 Girls: Sunday late mornings/early afternoons @ Fallingbrook ES 11am to 2pm. 
  • U13-U17 Boys: Sundays 5:00PM/6:00PM - 9:00PM @ Sir Wil High School
  • U13-U17 Girls: Sundays 3:00PM-5:00PM/6:00PM @ Sir Wil High School

$130 / player

Standard BLUE/WHITE CUSC uniforms are mandatory for players U10 to U17 and can be purchased at the office if necessary for $50.

Player Requirements:
  • Players are required to wear protective shin guards and shoes at all games and practices.  
  • No jewelry, hair clips or bracelets (excluding Medical Alerts) are allowed to be worn on the soccer field.  Ontario Soccer Association (OSA) Policy states that all jewelry including, but not limited to earrings and watches must be removed.  Taping earrings is also not allowed.  Jewelry poses an unnecessary risk to all players. 
  • Casts – Hard casts are not permitted.
  • Medical Alerts – Medical Alerts are allowed, but must be taped down.
  • Eyeglasses – The club strongly recommends that players who wear eyeglasses, wear sports glasses during games and practices for everyone's safety.



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