1. Benefits

Futsal develops the same basic technique, skills, tactics, and knowledge of the game as the 11 v 11 outdoor game.

2. Ball Touches

In statistical study comparing Futsal to Football, players touched the ball 275% more often which will increase player’s ball competency.

3. Ball Control

With limited space, constant opponent pressure and touch lines, improved ball control skills and technique are required.

4. Speed of Play

The factors mentioned above, together with a four-second restart rule, ensure players learn to play, think faster and improve their decision making.

5. Mandatory Support

In order to escape tight situations, players must make supporting runs when their teammates have the ball.

6. Continuity of Play

The action is continuous and physically demanding, so players must continue the play instead of stopping and watching, which in develops physical conditioning.

7. Ball Knowledge

With four on court players plus goalkeepers that can join in the play, all the basics components of Football are present, As the action is nonstop, players are able to develop an improved technical understand of Futsal very quickly.

8. Finishing

The goal and penalty area assist the goalkeeper in narrowing the angle, which means the player must learn to shoot accurately and deceive the goalkeeper instead of just relying on power alone.

9. Play well, play fair

The laws of the game of Futsal encourage playing skilfully and punish physical contact fouls, game play also encourages respect for all players and officials.

10. Fun

Futsal is fast-paced, fun and skill-oriented game that tests your abilities, whilst developing all-around individual technique.

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Great futsal experience, meet new players from different teams/clubs.

Make friends, improve your own game by learning from teammates.

Invite your friends!! Coaches bring your players over! And have a blast!! 


  • 9-week program.
  • June and July
  • Every Monday 7:00pm – 8:00pm
  • Boys and girls Born in 2011, 2010, 2009
  • Space is limited.
  • Maximum 20 players per group/hour.
  • The group will be split into 3/4 teams.


  • 3/4 teams (round-robin).
  • 4v4 + Goalkeeper.
  • 60 min non-stop games.
  • Teams will continuously rotate.
  • Each team plays 10 min with a 5 min break in between.
  • Coach/referee will be available.
  • Futsal rules will be applied.



Aditional Information

  • Salvation Army
  • 320 W Windsor Rd. Glendale, CA 91204
  • Parking on Central Ave & Windsor Rd.
  • Arrive 15 min early to warm up.
  • Futsal ball will be provided 
  • Players must wear indoor shoes


Aditional Information

  • During the 9 Week period, if a player cannot attend, another player may be invited by the host to take the spot.



The registration will be closed once the last spot is taken.

Boys & Girls 2011, 2010 & 2009
Monday 7:00pm – 8:00pm


Boys & Girls 2008, 2007 & 2006
Sunday 5:00pm

Available Spots – 0

Boys & Girls 2006, 2005 & 2004
Sunday 6:00pm

Available Spots – 0

Director Artur Aghasyan
Phone: 818.395.9738
Email: artur@glendalefc.org

Salvation Army
320 W Windsor Rd
Glendale, CA 91204

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