ABOUT THE WA STATE FUTSAL LEAGUE
The WA State Futsal League is regarded as one of the premier futsal leagues in Australia and is home to some of the largest and strongest Futsal clubs in the country.
The league began in 2006 as an 8 team competition played only during the off season of outdoor soccer. The growth and expansion of the league now has it as the below structure played all year round.
SFL Nike Premier Division – 12 teams (Elite Mens)
SFL Draft League – 12 Teams (Development Leagues for the Premier Clubs)
WSFL: Nike Premier Division – 7 Teams (Elite Womens)
WSFL Draft League – 7 Teams (Development Leagues for the Premier Clubs)
JSFL U7’s – 6 teams
JSFL U9’s – 18 Teams (Premier, Draft and Championship)
JSFL U11’s – 18 Teams (Premier, Draft and Championship)
JSFL U13’s – 18 Teams (Premier, Draft and Championship)
JSFL U15’s 12 Teams (Premier and Championship)
JSFL YOUTH U19’s 12 Teams (Premier and Championship)
JSFL GIRLS U14’s 6 Teams
The League began being played in local recreation centres but in 2014 the league moved to the Pro Futsal Centre, WA’s first ever Futsal dedicated venue, located in Bibra Lake.
The fastest growing indoor sport now has developmental pathways for all players, coaches, management & officials through the SFL with opportunities to compete at the highest level anywhere in Australia or the World.
Travel interstate or overseas are all available through the league or just through the clubs. Winners of the SFL & WSFL compete in Series Futsal Australia and all clubs have the opportunity to enter the World Futsal Championships in the USA.
The structure of the SFL encourages development and sustainability of the clubs enforcing them to have a Draft team, WSFL team and junior futsal teams.
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