Futsal (or indoor soccer) is an indoor sport. The term is derived from two Spanish words 'fútbol' (football) and 'sala' (hall). The game is a variation on soccer but with different rules. The playing field is smaller and in a hall, less physical contact is allowed and teams comprise five regular players and seven substitutes.

Safety measures coronavirus

  • Adhere to the RIVM guidelines.
  • Keep 1.5 meters distance from one another, except during team and contact sports.
  • Any symptoms: stay at home and get tested.
  • Good hygiene remains important.
  • Make sure you have your Campus Card/X card with you if you take part in activities that fall under your X subscription.

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The FC Tutor student futsal club offers futsal training sessions in collaboration with X. Playing Futsal is only possible through this association. The various training sessions are: recreational, ladies, B selection and A selection. The training sessions are meant for club members, but it is always possible to try the game out.

Trainers will tailor practice sessions to the level of the participants. A short warm-up will be followed by work on improving skills including ball control, reading the game and teamwork. Training sessions will end with a number of short matches.

You will see that your condition will improve considerably after just a few sessions. Of course, your grasp of the game will also steadily improve.



You need a valid X year subscription and association membership to participate.

X subscription

Practical Information

All levels
Closed training
You’ll need a membership of the association.
Wear sports clothes and indoor shoes. And don't forget to bring a towel and a bottle of water.