The Footy Force Futsal Academy has concluded their futsal programme this season, which is based on enhancing skills and development to benefit each player’s outdoor football game.
The curriculum included skill sessions and ended with an academy tournament at Somersfield Academy.
In the 5-7 year old age group, Team Footy Force Germany won the tournament and the Most Valuable Player was Sami Luber, who was presented his award by Eurique Wilkin, the FFFA technical director of FFFA.
Team Footy Force France won the tournament in the 8-11 age group, The Most Valuable Player was Harlem Bean-Fox, who was presented his award by Kenny Brown, head of coaches at Sky Bet Championship side Millwall.
In the 12-15 year old age group, Team Footy Force Whites won the tournament. The Most Valuable Player was Solomon Zuill, who was presented this award by Brown
Vinzie Zuill, president of Footy Force Futsal Academy said: “Congratulations to all the Footy Force teams that won the tournaments in their respective age groups and well done to the MVPs.
“Our academy focuses on player development through futsal. The players worked hard in the skill sessions. However, they really look forward to our end of season tournament, in which they get to compete against each other for awards. This year we were fortunate to have Kenny Brown from Millwall as a special guest for the older age group’s tournament. It was a great opportunity for players to showcase their talents.”