What's Happening at Alameda Futsal Club
Improve your soccer skills with our "street soccer" style games for kids 7 - 16, most Fridays from 6 - 7:45 pm. Kids get more touches, game situation experience, and responsibility in these kid-driven, volunteer-supervised pick-up games. If you've never been to AFC before, please use the link below to get more information and register.
Futsal is not just for kids! Drop-in games for adults in a friendly, recreational environment are scheduled from time-to-time. Ages U18 and above, men and women. Games are typically on weekend mornings at the Alameda Point Gym. Get on our sign-up list to find out when the next game will be.
Tryouts for the 2016 Alameda Soccer Club (ASC) Islanders Competitive soccer season will be held at Rittler Park on January 23rd and 24th. Please note that boys and girls with birth dates prior to 2003 will have tryouts on February 20th and 21st after the high school season ends. Mark your calendar and refer to…Read More
PLAYERS: Improve ball control, passing, and quick decision-making skills in ways that directly translate to the outdoor game. Both FIFA and US Soccer endorse futsal as the indoor game of choice for player development.
PARENTS: Family-friendly scheduling between 8 am and 1 pm on Saturdays or Sundays-we strive to schedule games in the same two-hour time window each week.
COACHES: Season-long support includes coaching orientation, a rules clinic, skill-building exercises, and formation and tactical advice. Each team gets a TeamSnap account, simplifying communication. When possible, we offer back-to-back game scheduling for coaches with more than one team.
GAME QUALITY: To promote fun and friendly competition, we offer competitive and recreational divisions with games officiated by US Soccer Grade 8 and Futsal Certified referees.
WHO WE ARE: Our mission is to promote the game of futsal while developing skilled, successful, and happy players. We are a non-profit, Alameda-based club founded and run by experienced soccer and futsal coaches, referees, and parents.