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The North Texas Soccer Association is one of only a handful of outdoor associations that recognize and sanctions Indoor Soccer.
Indoor soccer began in the Dallas/Fort Worth area in the late 1970's in gymnasiums around the area. There was no turf. All games were played on gym floors. This game, known as gym soccer, was the beginning of what has developed into a very popular sport in this area.
North Texas provides disciplinary hearings for the facilities and insurance that covers all players and coaches that are injured during games or practices. They provide a training program and assessment for referees as well as coaches training, games or practices.
They provide a training program and assessment for referees as well as coaches training.
All of the facilities cater to families and pride themselves on a family atmosphere. There are several facilities in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
North Texas Soccer Association is proud to make indoor soccer a part of its curriculum.
How are Teams Formed?
Indoor soccer is available to all youth players ages 4 to 18 and to all adults regardless of age. Most facilities offer adult "open" divisions which requires all players to be 18 or older as well as over 30 divisions. Some are now offering over 40 divisions.
Teams are formed by bringing an existing outdoor team into the facility or by combining two or more outdoor teams to form an indoor team. Players do not have to be registered outdoor. Some players, both youth and adult, chose to play indoor only. Although most facilities offer all youth divisions, players who are 17 or older sometimes chose to play in the adult leagues. This does not affect their outdoor youth status. Eighteen year-olds can chose to play youth or adult but must purchase a youth ID card in order to retain their youth status for outdoor play.
Indoor offers a variety of skill levels and age levels. Most facilities have a placement system for individual players who don't have a team.