We give our players the tools (techniques) to be successful in 1v1 scenarios. We teach our players how to play out of back, play at an angle, play from the side, and play with back against the goal.
Players from our programs are recommended to regional, national, and international ID Camps.
At Meg City Futsal, we teach our players WHAT proper techniques to use. Then we teach them HOW to use those techniques. We also teach them WHEN to use the techniques, and lastly, we teach them WHY they should use the techniques. With proper guidance and repetition our players become more confident and effective in 1v1 situations. Here are the list of techniques that we focus on (categories):
In each category we have a variety of techniques that each player must learn to be effective in 1v1's, small group settings, and game scenarios.
SMALL GROUP AND TEAM TACTICS
Players are exposed to high level training and competition.
DISCLAIMER: WE DO NOT TEACH STREET SOCCER OR FREESTYLE MOVES. WE ONLY COMPETE AT FUTSAL EVENTS.
Players train with their appropriate age and skill level.
Players have had the opportunity to be trained and evaluated by FC Barcelona Futsal Academy, US National Team, and Meg City coaches.
Players have the opportunity to meet and play with others from different regions and teams.
WHAT WE TEACH
At every age group, different ideas and formations are expressed gradually for our players to grasp and understand. After our players understand how to beat their opponents in 1v1 scenarios, we then put them in 2v1's, 2v2's, 3v2's, 3v3's, etc. so that they can begin to understand the game thoroughly. Once they can be effective with small group settings we then apply team tactics which vary from age group to age group. As players get older and their ability level rises, players are given more to apply so they can be successful at regional, national, and international events. Our system has proven to be successful in past events as we continue to apply Brazilian and Spanish ideas, methodologies and philosophies.
Teams compete at regional, national, and international tournaments.