What is Volta Futsal?
Where does the name “Volta” come from?
How does Futsal differ from Soccer, and what are some benefits of Futsal?
Why chose Volta Futsal over other local Futsal clubs?
How many players will be selected for each team?
Each age group will have a player pool of 16 players chosen by the tryout process. Each player pool will be split into two teams. These teams will train together but play games as separate teams. If there are additional players in an age group that would like the winter Futsal training, we plan to provide a “training only” option as long as there enough interest.
What age groups are included in Volta Futsal’s first year?
We will have U9-U14 boys and girls teams compete in this first year. Due to the overlap in older players club seasons (U15+) we don’t plan on having competitive teams for those age groups. We can offer a training-only option for those older age groups if there is enough interest.
Where will the training be held?
We have secured an exciting partnership with Northern Kentucky University for the use of their Multi-Activity Court (MAC) and one of their basketball courts. The basketball court is located away from the other courts, which will help create a good learning atmosphere, and has movable Futsal goals for use. The MAC is within its own room, which will be a great location for the players to learn the game of Futsal.
How long is the season?
The season will be November-January, and teams will train twice a week for 1-hour sessions.
What leagues and tournaments will Volta Futsal compete in?
We have some options on leagues and tournaments but are still working the details out. We will be in three tournament events and one league. Below are some options.
Futsal Tournament Options:
NOTE: ***Nat’l Championships are only for teams that qualify
If selected to be on a Volta Futsal team, how much does it cost, and what is included in the cost?
The cost of Volta Futsal is $495.
Cost includes the following:
Cost does not include:
Training-only option price TBD
Does Volta Futsal have social media?
Facebook- @VoltaFutsal or fb.me/VoltaFutsal
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