Football Queensland (FQ) is pleased to announce an affiliation with Super Futsal, to continue increasing participation and improving futsal opportunities for both grassroots and elite players at junior and senior levels.
In addition to providing more opportunities for futsal players, an emphasis will also be placed on developing referee opportunities, skill development and growth in refereeing across all futsal programs in the state.
Super Futsal caters to both social and elite futsal players across Brisbane and Logan, with headquarters based in Acacia Ridge and Carina and also satellite centres in Mansfield and Beenleigh.
The range of leagues, variety of surfaces available (artificial grass and PVC) along with academies (juniors and opens), conditioning training, and social kick abouts on offer by Super Futsal cater to all levels of age, experience and commitment.
FQ Futsal Administrator Trevor Edwards said the introduction of Super Futsal will provide opportunities for more players across Brisbane, and support the development of the sport in Queensland.
“We’re very pleased to welcome Super Futsal and to provide even more opportunities for Futsal players in the Brisbane and Logan area to have a high-quality experience, whether they are playing socially or at an elite level,” Edwards said.
Super Futsal Founder Felipe Amorim said all ages and skill levels are welcome, with Super Futsal facilities designed to cater to all.
“Super Futsal provides all year-round futsal fun,” Amorim said.
“Our own centres are designed where social to elite players feel like they are playing in a real professional arena.
“No matter what skill level or age, everyone will get a positive experience playing with us.”
Super Futsal is focused on providing pathways for players on both the local and national stage and continuing to grow and develop futsal across the region.
Futsal leagues including Superliga (first division) and Brisbane Futsal Premier League (second division) are played year-round on weekends, while the Xtreme Futsal League offers options to players who want to play at an elite level on weeknights.
“We believe all futsal stakeholders need to work towards a common goal,” Amorim said.
“We look forward to working with all futsal stakeholders to develop futsal in the best way possible.”
The affiliation between Football Queensland and Super Futsal will provide even more opportunities for the growth and development of futsal in the state, not only for players but also for coaches and referees.