Welcome to the World Futsal Federation (WFF)
The World Futsal Federation (WFF), is a new world governing body for the sport of futsal, under the governance of the IOC, Continental Confederations and National Federations.
The World Futsal Federation will now serve as an official governing body for the sport of (Futsal Proper IOC) complete with it's own By-Laws and living Constitutions filed in the State of Arizona in the United States of America.
To foster the sport of futsal founded in 1930, and to continue it dominance as the premier discipline of indoor soccer. We will accomplish this by working with all international organizations and the IOC to bring awareness and clarity to the world of futsal.
To give futsal a real chance to progress around the world free from politics and restraint. The World Futsal Federation is committed to the growth and development in all areas, by providing cutting edge programming that will launch futsal into the future with a solid foundation and credence that futsal deserves. The World Futsal Federation is paving the way for real change through statutory reforms and continuous review of the World Futsal Federation Constitutions and By-Laws.
So no matter your affiliation the World Futsal Federation has you covered with real meaningful programming that can help you foster real growth.
To help you succeed.
The Purpose of the World Futsal Federation:
How The World Futsal Federation Works
The World Futsal Federation will play a fundamental role in society and therefore adherence to good governance principles is fundamental for the fulfillment of our statutory objectives and social mission. As futsal's newest world governing body we are strongly committed to the principles of good governance, transparency and zero tolerance towards discriminatory wrong doing.
The World Futsal Federation's five main futsal development programmers comprise:
1. Consultancy Member associations interested in officially launching futsal within their territory or in reviewing their current activities can apply for different types of consultancy support. An expert visit may be arranged for an assessment of the current situation and to help, where necessary, with the creation of the association's four-year futsal development plan. In addition to expertise, member associations can also benefit from sports equipment (futsal balls) and teaching material.
2. Education the World Futsal Federation's education courses for futsal coaches and referees aim at supporting and complementing the initiatives of confederations and member associations. The courses usually last five days and include both theoretical and practical sessions. The World Futsal Federation's appoints an instructor to conduct the course and to help develop an education strategy for the member association.
3. Grassroots boys and girls aged 6-12 are the focus of the World Futsal Federation's Grassroots Programs, which encourages kids to play futsal through school, community and club initiatives. Considering the popularity of futsal and the increasing demand among its member associations, the World Futsal Federation now offers grassroots programs with a focus on the characteristics of futsal through the World Futsal Federation Youth Academy initiative. Typically, a World Futsal Federation Grassroots project is composed of a training program for male and female coach-educators and a festival for boys and girls. The training, led by experienced World Futsal Federation instructors, aims to introduce coach-educators to the methodology of teaching young people and provide them with basic knowledge on the characteristics and benefits of futsal. The festival should offer an opportunity for as many children as possible to discover and enjoy futsal through fun practice sessions and small games.
4. Competitions The development of futsal competitions and leagues for both men and women around the world is still in its formative stage, and the World Futsal Federation recognizes the challenges that this creates for the further development of the game. To increase the number of domestic futsal leagues at various levels, the World Futsal Federation offers expert and tailor-made assistance on how to structure and format competitions.
5. The World Futsal Federation Legacy initiative and World Futsal Federation World Cups are a valuable opportunity to plant the seeds of futsal development in the host country. The World Futsal Federation legacy program may feature a vast array of different projects (Jr's, Youth, Amateur, Pro, Domestic, International), which should be discussed and developed in close cooperation between the host association's leadership and league officials. Each member association shall assign a person to be responsible for the World Futsal Federation legacy program and to work in tandem with the relevant World Futsal Federation counterparts.