Unit 10- Indoor Football

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1 Unit 10- Indoor Football Indoor football was born as a spectator sport with the increase in indoor sport centres and with the public support of companies. It has many things in common with football, but its smaller size makes the mastery of the ball quite spectacular. In schools, indoor football is one of the most common activities both in playtime and in terms of extracurricular activities. This unit will help you understand it a little better. Historical Background Indoor football was born in Uruguay in 1930, but it was in Brazil where, beginning in 1936, it became popular and spread. In 1949, the first set of rules was created, and it wasn t until 1971 when the International Federation of Indoor Football was created in Sao Paulo (Brazil). It was introduced in Spain in 1949 through various sport associations and with the organization and exhibition matches played by Brazilian teams. Because football is so important in our country, and thanks to the support of determined companies who set-up teams and national leagues, the introduction of indoor football was very quick. In these moments, indoor football is one of the most followed sports. In the majority of the sport facilities, tournaments and league games are played. Rules Basic Principles Below, we ll present the basic rules and norms of indoor football. - Objective. Put the ball in the opposing team s goal. The team who scores the most goals at the end of the game wins. - Field. The dimensions are the same as the handball field: 40 x 20m. - Equipment. The ball has a diameter of 61 to 63 cm and weighs between 410 and 430 g. - Duration. Two 20 minute halves, with a 10 minute halftime. 1

2 - Players. A team is formed by 5 players on the field (four and one goalkeeper). Each one has their specific position on the field: o Pivot. The player who is in the front. He should be strong and fast. o Wings. They play on the sidelines. They are the quickest and most skilful. o Defence. The last player. He is the most defensive. o Goalkeeper. He has similar characteristics to a handball goalie. Fast and flexible. Main Fouls - Technical fouls. Result in a free-kick from where they were committed. They are the following: o Kicking or intending to kick an opponent o Causing your opponent to fall o Tackling your opponent from behind o Touching or diverting the ball with your hand 2

3 - Personal fouls. Result in a throw-in. These are the following: o When the goalie takes more than 5 seconds to throw the ball. o When a benched player touches the ball. o When a player passes the ball to the goalie. - Penalty. Results in a free-kick from the penalty spot where the penalty occurred. As the player kicks, the goalie must be on the goal line. - Accumulative fouls. Each team can commit 5 fouls each half and is allowed to put-up a defensive barrier. After the sixth foul, the team is given a double penalty, which is a free kick without a defensive barrier that is taken from the point located 12 m from the goal. Technical Plays and Tactics Attack and defensive moves To play indoor football, it is necessary to master a series of movements that permit us to control the ball with any part of the body (except your hands): head, chest, legs, knees, and feet. This mastery allows us to carry out different skills and tactics. Attack moves - Hitting the ball. It s the most common action of indoor football that helps us move the ball up the field. This kick can be done with different parts of the body: o With the foot: instep, front, and outside, inside, heel, and toe o With the head: front, side, or upper part. From the following positions: stopped, running, jumping, or diving 3

4 - Pass. An action that allows us to exchange the ball between players. A pass lets us move the ball in the least amount of time possible and pass to the best placed player. - Shoot. Let s send the ball with the intention of scoring a goal. This hit depends on the zone in which the player is located and the angle of the player in respect to the goal. It could be: o On the ground. o Chip. o A header o Curved. o A volley. o Heeled. o Toe-ball (very useful). - Running with the ball. This is used to move the ball from one place to another without losing control. Normally, it s done with the feet. - Feint. Integrated action of all those movements performed by touching the ball to beat the opponent. To carry out a move completely, it s very important to move your body and the ball with speed and advance. Defensive Plays - Marking. The defensive play where the defensive team tries to prevent the attacking player from beating them. - Interception. The play in which the trajectory of the pass is interrupted. - Steal. The play where a player takes the ball from the opponent. - 4

5 Play Formations Defensive and Offensive Formations To complete the attack or defensive plays with the greatest guarantee of success, the players can arrange themselves in the following various formations. Defensive formations They re based on the player s specific placement regarding the position of the ball. They can be: - Diamond - Funnel - Square 5

6 - Defensive pull back. This is the formation that defends the opposing team s counter-attack. It allows the team to re-establish an organized structure in one of the formations mentioned after having lost the ball. Offensive formations - Counter-attack. It s a fast attack play in which the players arrive at the opposing goal before the opposing team organizes its defence. - Attack against the defensive zone. This refers to the organization of the front players according to each type of defensive zone (diamond, square, and funnel). Training To train and improve the different technical plays and tactics mentioned above, it s necessary to follow these suggestions: - All of the exercises have to be fun - They should imitate real game situations - We should begin with the most simple exercises and lead up to the more complex ones Here we have some exercise to help us improve: Exercise 1: Control /running/control/kicking and shooting Field: indoor football field Equipment: indoor footballs, cones, hurdles and goals Description: You begin shooting against the wall; control the ball, and dribble, zigzagging between the cones. After, you pass to a teammate, who lobs the ball at the goal over the defensive wall. Recover your position and when the ball is thrown by your teammate, kick the ball towards the goal. Variations: Introduce new elements in the same circuit. Exercise 2: One-two Field: half the football field Material: indoor footballs Description: One attacker with the ball, one defender, and one static passer. Pass the ball to the stationary player, then run past the defender to receive the ball again and shoot at the goal. Variations: a) The defender plays with 50% intensity b) The defender plays with 100% intensity Other exercises that can follow: - Short games to work the global play - Games using different game formations: diamond, square, or funnel 6

7 Practical Advice 1. Not everyone is capable of mastering and controlling the ball at the same level. Some will do it well and others poorly. We should accept our level and the level of others. 2. Good physical and psychological preparation is essential to be a good indoor football player. 3. A good pair of shoes helps us move more safely around the field and maintain better control of the ball. Did you know 1. In addition to the technical, personal, and accumulated fouls, there are, among others, disciplinary fouls like: a. Incorrect substitution b. Demonstrating disagreement with the referee using foul gestures or words. c. Consistently breaking the rules d. Having bad conduct These fouls will be penalized with a free kick against the offending team. 7

8 FUTSAL TASK SHEET SURNAMES: NAME: COURSE: 1. Draw an indoor football, (futsal), playing field and write its measures in their right position. 2. What the positions of the players are? Write them below explaining what their features are and draw them in the picture above. 8

9 3. What is the main difference between throwing the ball in a technical fault or in a penalty? 4. Write the principal technical moves to control the ball properly and try to explain one of them. Do not use more space than you have below. 5. What is the name of the action where the defensive team interrupts the trajectory of the pass? (Use a word only) 6. Write the features that a good training should have if you want to improve your technical and tactic skills. 9

10 7. Draw the exercise two, called: one-two using the following symbols: attacker with the ball, passer, defender, v ball 10

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