Semi-Finals and Finals will be on December 30th.  Schedule is Posted Here.

In partnership with SWIFT Sportsdome South Meadows, GBYSL will be offering a futsal league during November and December 2023.  At Sportsdome’s South Meadows location GBYSL players, parents and coaches will experience the regions premier indoor sports facility featuring four fantastic futsal courts; a safe and comfortable environment with plenty of spectator viewing; combined with in-house refreshments and dining options.

 

  • Open to Girls Teams, ages U9 to U18.
  • 6 games season guaranteed.
  • Game dates are 11/11, 11/18, 11/25, 12/2, 12/9, 12/23 and 12/30 (semi-finals and finals)
  • 6 v 6 (5 plus goalkeeper) – no maximum roster size.
  • $70 per player registration.  Referee fees paid in person prior to kickoff.

Team and Player Registration is now closed.

Buy your Futsal Sala ball from GBYSL. Only $22.00  Details Here

Where is SWIFT Sportsdome South Meadows?

Located at 1465 S Meadows Pkwy, Reno, NV 89521.  SWIFT Sportsdome South Meadows is Northern Nevada’s Premier Indoor sports facility.  In addition to 4 futsal courts, the facility includes an indoor soccer field, a multi-use turf field, batting cages, golf simulator, high-tech party and meeting room, as well as food and drink.

What is futsal?

Futsal is a soccer-based game played on a hardcourt like a basketball court, mainly indoors.  Unlike indoor soccer walls or boards are not used.  It is played with a smaller, harder, low bounce ball.  The game is fast paced and emphasizes ball control, improvisation, creativity and technique. 

“I played futsal growing up in Baurd.  In futsal you need to think quick and play quick so it’s easier for you when you move to normal football.”

Pele

“In Portugal, all we played growing up was Futsal. The smaller court helped my footwork skills, the nature of the game made me feel so free when I played. If it wasn’t for futsal, I would definitely not be the player I am today”

Cristiano Ronaldo

“Kids should play Futsal all the time. It’s very important for technique.”

Claudio Reyna

U.S. Soccer Youth Technical Director