Intro to futsal cpd

Coach CPD - Intro to Futsal

An online event, to be held on Thursday 9th November 2023, 7pm.

Cumberland FA are delighted to support local Leagues and Clubs with an online Coach CPD session to support teams as they transition to Futsal throughout the winter months. The session will be delivered by Matt Fejos, the Coach Development and Mentor Lead for England Futsal.

For a number of years, the younger age groups across Cumberland have benefited from regular indoor football through Futsal, reducing the impact of the weather during the winter months as well as providing the platform to further develop their all-round game. 

Introduction to Futsal CPD @ Microsoft Teams 

Thursday 9th November 2023, 7pm. 

Cumberland Coaches can register for the FREE session using the short online form below. 

For those coaches interested in the session but unable to ‘attend’, a recording will be made available. Please complete the form in order for us to pass the link on.


Although aimed at Coaches whose teams will be moving indoors through the winter months, the session is open to ALL Cumberland Coaches who would like to support their own and their team’s development.

More about the Tutor

Matt FejosMatt is the Coach Development and Mentor Lead for England Futsal. 

With five years’ experience as a tutor delivering The FA Futsal Courses and as a mentor on the FA Mentor Programme, Matt also coaches in Manchester United Girl’s RTC where there is a weekly futsal specific session and games programme for U10s up to U14s within the Football Academy. 

Growing up in New Zealand he experienced and fell in love with Futsal while in its infancy, and saw the potential to contribute, grow and share the sport which has turned into a lifelong passion and purpose. This journey included Futsal Development roles, coaching and leading coaches from U8s up to national league men and women in both Wellington, New Zealand and at Tranmere Rovers FC.

UEFA’s 10 Reasons to Play Futsal:

Uefa 10 Reasons 

“During my childhood in Portugal, all we played was futsal. The small playing area helped me improve my close control, and whenever I played futsal, I felt free. If it wasn’t for futsal, I wouldn’t be the player I am today.”

– Cristiano Ronaldo

If you have any queries or would like to enquire about Coach CPD in Cumberland, please email or call Ray Sempill on 01900 511800.

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