Micro-Soccer is a 4 or 5 a-side game played on a indoors with a futsal ball. This is a fast paced game that allows more touches on the ball and maximizes active participation.
Micro-Soccer rules are based on the U.S. Futsal Federation Laws of the Game.
Player development includes:
• Motor Ability: balance, agility and coordination.
• Perception: insight and awareness (field vision).
• Problem Solving: fast paced choices and decisions.
• Physical Fitness: transition play that is fast paced and increases conditioning.
The league is about individual skill development and having fun with the game.
CRSA Indoor Facility is located at 4625 Tower Terrace Rd in Cedar Rapids.
Directions to CRSA Indoor Facility
The league will take place on Saturday or Sunday between 9AM and 5PM.
Every effort will be made to make sure the CRSA Micro-Soccer league does not conflict with CRSA training, and tournament weekends.
All participants are placed in appropriate divisions based on skill level and age.
A professional coach will then form teams that allow for maximum player development.
All players will register individually and players will be placed in attempt to create a competitive league with even teams. Some players may be asked to play outside of their age group, according to ability.
There are no team coaches. A licensed professional coach will supervise games.
Games are played to have fun and develop skills during the winter.
Will be 55 minutes long without halftime. Teams will play approximately 8 games each. Participants within the leagues will be able to sign up to pick up additional games on a sub list.