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Hat City FutsalHAT CITY FUTSAL 

Thank you to everyone that participated in the Hat City Futsal program. Over 100 players (U7-High School) participated in training as well as representing the club in friendlies and tournaments. We look forward to the program continuing to grow in 2017.

 

Futsal is the only "Official form of Indoor Soccer" as approved by the Federation Internationale de Football Association - FIFA. It is played in all the continents of the world by over 100 countries with 12 million players. Futsal is played on a gymnasium hard-wood or all-purpose sports flooring. The game does not require the use of expensive dasher boards, as do other versions of indoor soccer, therefore making it a very economical and safe sport.

The sport is a great skill developer as it demands quick reflexes, fast thinking, pin-point passing. The small, heavier futsal ball requires players to hone their ball-striking and ball handling technique. Great soccer superstars such as Pele, Zico, Ronaldo, Messi, Kaka and Katia grew up playing the game and credit futsal with developing their skills.

HAT CITY Futsal is brought to by the Danbury Youth Soccer Club and will operate its sessions out of the Police Activities League (PAL) Building on Hayestown Road (across from Candlewood Park) in Danbury. Each Session will be CO-ED by age group.  Season Starts November 18, 2016, see all dates below.

Cost $100 per player (Includes T-Shirt) only paid registrations will be accepted.
 
 
U7 & U8    (2010 & 2009) FULL
 
U9 & U10       (2008 & 2007) FULL
 
U11 & U12      (2006 & 2005) FULL
 
U13 & U14      (2004 & 2003) FULL
 
High School    (1998 to 2002) FULL

 

Wesley Reis, Director of Coaching
Coach Wes ReisAs many of you know, Coach Wes grew up loving and learning his game and craft in the heart of futsal, Brazil. Coach Wes is a former four year semi-professional futsal player and ten year semi-professional soccer player in his native country. Coach Wes completed his career as a five-year member of the Brazilian Christian National Team before beginning his successful run as a youth futsal and soccer coach in both Brazil and the United States. Prior to joining the Danbury Youth Soccer Club, Wes coached in Virginia and Pennsylvania and served for five years as a futsal trainer at Excellence Soccer Center in Curitiba-Parana, Brazil, for kids between 5 and 18 years of age. Among his many notable accomplishments, certificates, awards and experiences, Coach Wes holds a Technical Training State Certificate 2013, a USSF “D” License, as well as a USFF License 2 by the US National Futsal Association.