“I am eternally grateful and feel very lucky and fortunate that the London Futsal Star’s summer camp is running in our home town. Long may it continue. I think local authorities up and down the country should be pumping some money into schemes like this as the past 18 months has caused havoc with our children’s daily lives and life enjoyment. I feel bad for my son and he has working parents and extended family, for those children that don’t, they will need all the support they can get and this scheme is a great start.” (FOOTBALL CAMP)
London Futsal Stars entered their first futsal tournament and made history by coming back with the goods #futsaliscominghome
London Futsal Stars took part in the U11 North London Youth Futsal tournament on the 3rd of July 2021.
We entered 2 teams in the U11 age category which saw over 25 teams take part.
The 2 squads consisted of 16 players in total. 10 of these 16 were under 10’s!
We played some great stuff on the day and translated our work on the Futsal court onto the football pitch.
The boys were outstanding on the day, with one team winning the plate and the other team losing in the cup final.
A brilliant day for the club and the first tournament of many!!!
The Youth Futsal League is already in full flow and what an exciting, nail biting few weeks it has been! Do check out the latest fixtures for all upcoming games and the league table for results. We make sure to update it weekly.
Check out the photos below of some of the incredible games the teams have played so far….
We are proud to announce that we are now affiliated with the Futsal Stars Foundation, a registered UK charity (no. 1194598).
The founder, Dr Miriam Bouchiba, created the foundation as a means to provide grants of financial assistance to young people from economically disadvantaged background to access futsal and football coaching courses.
“As a healthcare professional, I am in regular contact with young people from economically disadvantaged backgrounds and there is an abundance of research that shows these individuals are more susceptible to mental health issues. There is also research, in equal measure, that supports the mental and physical health benefits of regular participation in football and futsal. The foundation decided to affiliate with the London Futsal Stars because of the amazing work they are already doing in the local community. Mental health is an increasingly big issue amongst young people, due to increased social pressures and this can manifest in a number of ways, such as anxiety, depression etc. Together we feel a huge responsibility to protect children as much as possible from the latter and through sport we believe we can make a change to the lives of many young people with whom we work with.”
The most recent projects we have collaborated on have been the Youth Futsal 3-a-side league and the summer camp pending in East Sussex alongside Active Sussex. The foundation has provided sponsorship to many young people enabling them to participate in the hugely successful 3-a-side league in Islington. There is an upcoming Summer Holiday futsal camp in Newhaven, East Sussex for 5-11 yr olds. To find out more about our work and how you can help please contact Dr Bouchiba on email@example.com.
Read our recent feature in the Highgate and Hampstead Mums Directory. We are always trying to spread the word about our efforts in the community and have found the internet to be a great way to do it.
The internet has become a great way to spread your message to large numbers of people and also connect communities.
We are passionate about our North London community and using fustal and football coaching to support mental and physical well being of young people.
Through a combination of running, walking, sprinting and kicking when playing football and futsal, can bring physical benefits including increased stamina, improved cardiovascular health, reduced body fat, improved muscle strength and tone, increased bone strength and improved coordination. Through the release of endorphins when playing, football and futsal have also been shown to reduce anxiety, stress and the risk of depression.
Help us spread the word about the work we are doing in Highgate, Hampstead, Islington, Drayton Park, Camden and Stoke Newington. We would also love to hear from you about ideas on how to spread the word!
The Camden and Islington Youth Futsal league will start its unique 3-a-side league on Thursday 6th May 2021.
Do you think you can win our unique 3-a-side futsal league with 3-4 of your best mates and fellow ballers?
Registration for the league closes on THURSDAY 29th April.
Please visit our 3 aside league section on website for full details and sign-up information.
We are anticipating this will be very popular and with only 12 team places up for grabs per age group please sign up ASAP to avoid missing out.
Each player must complete a player registration form for the league
Each team must complete 1x team registration form for the league. https://londonfutsalstars.com/team-registration/
We look forward to seeing all the teams on the court, May 6th!
We are running our first futsal camp day on Friday April 9th.
Age range 5-12 years of age
5-6 | 7-9 | 9-10 | 10-12
See the leaflet for details
Time: 9.30AM – 3PM
*Early drop off and late pick up is available for a £10 extra fee, 9.AM-3.30PM*
Cost: of a full camp day is £30 per day.
Book your place on our Easter holiday camp day on Friday April 9th.
Our Easter holiday camp day includes:
– Penalty shoot out competition with prize for winner
– Futsal tournament, medals for winners
– Baller of the day award
– Lightning shooting game.
Click here to book now – Book now
The London Futsal Stars players enjoyed a kick-about with a difference before the latest lockdown restrictions came into force
THE club motto is a simple one: “Better futsal players make better football players.” For coach Shaz Anwar, the goal now is getting that message out there to scores of kids across Camden and Islington. However, with a pandemic raging and grassroots sport continuing its forced hiatus, that will be no small feat.
Camden New Journal – read more