Some basic information to help you minimise the risk of injuries when you play futsal.
ARGHHH... and down he fell onto the hard playing surface.
Kevin Lim is 35 and plays futsal regularly. He has confessed to being a little breathless on the court with every passing birthday, but his movement remains agile and swift, thanks to his involvement in athletics when he was younger.
We are the champs: Team Brabus@ FC Pocek celebrating their victory at the grand finals in Malaysia recently.
STANDARD Chartered Bank Malaysia Berhad has sent amateur football team Brabus @ FC Pocek to represent Malaysia against 11 other markets in the Standard Chartered Trophy 2013 — Road to Anfield Grand Finals, to be played in Liverpool FC Anfield Stadium today.
The tournament is an amateur five-a-side futsal tournament and 12 teams from Bahrain, Hong Kong, Indonesia, India, Kenya, South Korea, MENAP (Middle East, North Africa, Afghanistan, and Pakistan) region, Malaysia, Nigeria, Singapore, Thailand and the United Kingdom will be playing in the grand finals on Anfield Stadium’s grounds.
Prize for circuit:
Champion : Rm 2,000 + Medal
runner up : Rm 1,000 + Medal
Joint three : Rm 800 + Medal
Prize for Grand Final:
Champion : Represent Malaysia at The Standard Trophy Finals,
Runner Up : Rm 3000 + Medal
Joint Three : Rm 1000 + Medal
Interested? Contact Nik Radzi 019-351 9934 / Zack 019-944 4334
Download forms here
Source: The Star
KUALA LUMPUR: Olympic Council of Malaysia president Tunku Tan Sri Imran Tuanku Ja’afar believes that futsal will be good addition to the Commonwealth Games.
Tunku Imran, who is also the Commonwealth Games Federation president, revealed that the African countries were lobbying for the inclusion of football in the Commonwealth Games but he feels that futsal will be a better pick in the multi-sport event.
“The African countries want football to played in the Games but the logistics and costs involved will be an obstacle,” said Tunku Imran, who launched the eighth edition of the Milo-Hidup Bola Futsal carnival at Dewan Ho Koh Chye in Wisma OCM yesterday.
Pep Guardiola launched ‘The Chance’ 2012 – a unique global football talent search that gives young amateur footballers from around the world the chance to prove themselves on an elite stage and take their game to the highest level.
Created to support talented youngsters who are not currently in the professional game, ‘The Chance’ will allow the best young footballers (over 16 years old on March 1st 2012) to train and play at the leading facilities in world football, showcase their skills in front of elite coaches and mentors, and develop and improve their talent, with one aim; to get noticed.
Vikings Futsal Malaysa (VFM) dengan kerjasama MY Futsal Sdn Bhd akan mengadakan Kursus Kejurulatihan Futsal Tahap 0 (Asas) bagi Zon Utara seperti Perak, Pulau Pinang, Kedah dan Perlis. Kursus ini akan diadakan di MY Futsal, Ipoh pada 9-10 April ini mulai jam 9.00 pagi hingga 5 petang.
Kursus ini adalah terbuka kepada lelaki dan wanita warganegara Malaysia yang berumur 20 tahun dan keatas. Yuran penyertaan akan dikenakan sebanyak RM200 (tidak termasuk yuran keahlian VFM) untuk setiap peserta yang ingin menyertai kursus ini. Antara subjek yang akan diberikan ketika kursus adalah seperti Latihan Pemanas Badan, Latihan Kecergasan, Latihan Asas Kawalan Bola, Latihan Asas Hantaran Bola, Latihan Asas Gelecek Bola, Latihan Asas Penjaga Gol dan Latihan Kemahiran Futsal Individu.
Power Root never fails to keep you energetic and vibrant with the new launched 9Spot isotonic drink. If you are a futsal lover or a good player, show Malaysia your futsal playing skills , energetic power moves, highest performances to pull the crowd and spread cheers to the people around you.
9Spot Futsal Championship 2011 will be held at Ferro Futsal, USJ (Selangor) on 9th January 2011 (Sunday) and Sports Prima, Johor Bahru on 16th January 2011 (Sunday).
Remember, you stand a chance to win off total prizes worth up to RM 7, 500. 00! Take part in 9Spot Futsal Championship 2011 today!
For more information on the event, click to http://www.powerroot.com/malaysia/futsal2010/
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian contingent for the Asean University Games have a considerable number of national athletes but they will find the going tough to retain the overall title.
Malaysia will be represented by 233 athletes in the biennial Games, which will be held in Chiang Mai from Dec 15-22.
And they will be involved in 15 of the 16 sports in the programme – athletics, badminton, basketball, beach volleyball, football, futsal, golf, karate, sepaktakraw, swimming, taekwondo, table tennis, bowling, volleyball and silat.
THE challenge has begun for Muhammad Zaky Zulkifli, Malaysia’s representative, for the Global Trials in London in January to join the Nike Football Academy.
The 20-year-old who played for Johor in the President’s Cup football competition two years ago was named as Malaysia’s candidate after a two-day trial organised by Nike Malaysia at the National Sports Council (NSC) Training Centre in Bukit Jalil recently.
I did it!: Muhammad Zaky has plenty to cheer about as he was named the winner of the trials.