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The BSA Futsal Model

Brevard Soccer Academy is fully embracing Futsal as part of our soccer culture. We at BSA believe that Futsal will help our players fall in love with the game of soccer and improve skills, techniques and speed of play. BSA has appointed Chris Felber as their Futsal Director.


About Coach Felber

Coach Felber brings a wealth of Experience in Futsal from, playing, coaching, running leagues, tournaments and club programs. Felber has won Futsal National titles in both Scotland and America, and multiple US Futsal and US youth Futsal regional titles, as well as many state titles in Maryland, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.


Training Opportunities

  • Spring and Fall Futsal training for individual players – all levels including non-BSA players, through our own new Futsal Academy

  • Team Futsal training – (in place of, or an adjunct to soccer training) one-two times a week during Winter and summer months. Teams will compete in local leagues and/or State tournaments or other local tournaments.

  • Additional Select Regional teams will be formed to compete at the highest level under the BSA Mia San Futsal banner. They will compete in State, Regional and National championships. Selected non-BSA players may join the Regional teams as well. Coaches and the Director of Futsal will be responsible for Regional Team player selection.

Curriculum and Coaching

  • Our brand-new Futsal curriculum will have its methodology structured around the rules of Futsal and be fully transitional to outdoor soccer. There will be a wealth and variety of teaching techniques applied to develop foot skills, coordination, and attention to distribution. Players will learn to be more efficient on the ball, taking less steps and less touches to complete tasks. Be willing to hold up the ball, slow the ball down and speed the ball up. Striking the ball will improve and will be easier when returning to an outdoor ball.

  • Team shape and movement will be a huge focus. Both keeping shape and changing shape will be important. Adapting in games and during play to change and share positions. Integrated team plays and movement will be a part of learning how to play with payers in and around you. There is no hiding in Futsal. All players are involved pretty much all of the time.

  • A mix of our own BSA coaches and outside Futsal coaches will be part of a pool of Futsal trainers prepared to provide quality Futsal training and coaching. Coaches will receive instructional Futsal training from our Director, Chris Felber.


Uruguay developed the idea of Futsal to help train for Olympics and the first ever World Cup through the winter. Uruguay went on to win the first ever FIFA World Cup and the popularity of Futsal has given the game worldwide popularity. Futsal has developed into its own professional sport with leagues, national teams and its own FIFA Futsal World Cup. Futsal is the only indoor version of Soccer recognized by FIFA.

Futsal Questions

If you have any questions about our Futsal Program please fill in the form below and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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  • What are the Recreational Program fees?
    U4 - $90 U6 - $130 U8 - $130 U10 - $130 U12 - $150 U13 and up - $180 $25 discount for early registration. NOTE: There is a $25 volunteer fee, which is refunded at the end of the season by completing a minimum of 10 hours of volunteer work for the club. Fees are per season, with fall and spring seasons typically lasting eight weeks each.
  • Do I need a new uniform?
    New uniforms for the 2024-2025 seasons are required for all new players. If you purchased a new uniform during the 2024 season and it still fits you do not need to purchase a new uniform. U4-U10 is $40 and includes: two shirts U12-U19 is $64 and includes: two shirts, shorts and socks. U4-U10 players may use black shorts & socks from previous seasons, if you have them.
  • What is the schedule for practices and games?
    For U6 and U8: Practice one day a week and games are on Friday nights. Practice nights and times will vary by training site. Games are on Friday nights. The season is 8 weeks long. For U10 and up: Practices (usually 2) are Monday through Thursday nights depending on the coach. Games are usually on Saturday and relatively local to your home field.
  • When does the season start?
    - The Fall Season, matches typically begin in September, with team practices beginning in late August. - The Spring Season matches typically begin in March, with team practices beginning in late February.
  • What does U10, U12, U14....etc. age groups mean?
    Generally, U10 means "under 10," which means the players are younger than 10 years old, but older than the next younger group, such as U8. In this example, a U10 team would contain players that are between the ages of 8 and 9 years old. Technically, however, players are assigned to age groups based on birth year alone, so there can be ten-year-olds playing in U10 during the spring season. For the 2023–2024 soccer year, players born in 2014 and 2015 are in the U10 age group.
  • Do I need to volunteer?
    Volunteers are greatly appreciated in our club. You can help the coaches with practice, setting up for practice, being a team 'mom', work the concession stand or just by being supportive of the players! Any help is much appreciated and helps the program be successful.
  • Is Financial Aid offered for the Recreational Soccer Program?
    Yes, financial aid is available for our Recreational Program, you can apply HERE
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