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The history of futsal

The origins of futsal can be traced back to Uruguay in 1930, where, amid the euphoria that greeted the country's victory at the inaugural FIFA World Cup™ on home soil, there was a football being kicked on every street corner in the capital Montevideo.
Juan Carlos Ceriani, an Argentinian physical education instructor living there at the time observed many youngsters practising football on basketball courts owing to the shortage of football pitches. It was there and then that the idea for a five-a-side variation came about.
Borrowing from the rules of water polo, handball and basketball, Ceriani drew up the original rules of game, which were quickly be adopted across South America. In 1965 the Confederacion Sudamericana de Futbol de Salon (South American Futsal Confederation) was formed, consisting of Uruguay, Paraguay, Peru, Argentina and Brazil, the latter having quickly developed into a hotbed for the sport.
Futsal crossed the Atlantic to Europe along with the many Spanish and Portuguese immigrants returning from South America at that time. The continued growth in the sport then led to the foundation of FIFUSA, the Federacion Internacional de Futbol de Salon (International Futsal Federation), comprising of Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal and Uruguay.
In late 1985, before the sport had the kind of appeal it has today, Joseph S. Blatter, then FIFA General Secretary, and Joao Havelange, FIFA's then President, decided jointly to incorporate futsal into the global football family.
To this end, Blatter entrusted his assistant, the Chilean-Spaniard Miguel Galan Torres, and Havelange's advisor, the Brazilian Jose Bonetti, with the task of bringing their goal to fruition. At their first meeting, the two men came to realise that there was neither uniformity in the rules of the game, nor in the pitches or balls being used.
In January 1986, Galan Torres and Bonetti began work in earnest. Using football's Laws of the Game as a template, they made the necessary modifications for the five-a-side version. Among other decisions taken was one to have the pitch and goal size identical to those of handball. The also incorporated several suggestions from FIFUSA and even borrowed from the sport of ice hockey. Finally, after a long period of preparation, the provisional Laws were completed.

To see how the rules would stand up in practice, it was necessary to road-test them, and in this regard the contribution of Pablo Porta Bussons, the then President of the Spanish Football Association (RFEF) and a member of FIFA's Executive Committee, was vital. It was Porta Bussons who lobbied within the RFEF for the need for a trial championship. After received approval, Porta convinced his colleague, the Hungarian Gyorgy Szepezi, that the Hungarian Football Association should organise the first test tournament. The event, which featured Belgium, the Netherlands, the USA, Spain, Peru, Brazil, Italy and which was won by the host nation, turned out to be a success and proved that the Laws worked in practice.
Shortly afterwards, at a meeting in the old RFEF offices in Madrid attended by representatives from various countries, the Laws were modified further to take into account observations from Hungary. It was then that the RFEF put themselves forward to host the second trial tournament. Their request was approved and the event was held in La Coruna, El Ferrol and Santiago de Compostela in February 1987. The attending nations were Belgium, Brazil, the Netherlands, the USA, Portugal, Hungary and Italy, with the hosts defeating Belgium in the final.
In September 1987, Galan and Bonetti proposed holding a third test tournament, this time in South America, where the sport had begun. Brazil hosted the competition, inviting Chile, Peru, Argentina, Belgium, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, the USA and Paraguay. The host city was Brasilia and it was Paraguay who were eventually crowned champions. The Laws had more than met expectations, and so it only remained for them to be officially approved by FIFA's Executive Committee.
In the wake of Brazil 1987, Galan met with Blatter and reported that his work had been completed and that the final step needed to establish futsal as a fully fledged discipline was to give it its own World Cup. Blatter responded by throwing his weight behind the organisation of the inaugural FIFA Futsal World Cup.
Galan began the search for a host nation. The head of futsal in the Netherlands, Tom van der Hulst, vouched for his association's ability to organise it, and the Dutch FA's formal bid was approved by FIFA's Executive Committee. The tournament took place in January 1989 in the host cities of Amsterdam, s'Hertogenbosch, Arnhem Leeuwarden, Utrecht and Rotterdam, where the final was held. Brazil became the first world champions by defeating the host nation 2-1.
The Seleção also won the next two editions, in Hong Kong in 1992 and Spain in 1996. However, it would be the Spaniards who deservedly relieved the Brazilians of their crown at Guatemala 2000, before successfully defending it four years later in Chinese Taipei. The FIFA Futsal World Cup is know the fourth longest-running FIFA tournament.
Today, futsal is a firmly established part of the footballing firmament and, with over two million registered players (men and women) worldwide, has been one of the fastest growing sports in recent times. With the game's potential popularity truly limitless, it is sure to help football achieve its social goals right across the globe.   (source: FIFA.com)

About FIFA
FIFA is no longer merely an institution that runs our sport. It has now taken on a social, cultural, political and sporting dimension in the struggle to educate children and defeat poverty. At the same time it has also become a powerful economic phenomenon.
The 208 national associations affiliated to FIFA represent 260 million people actively connected to the game, including players, coaches and administrators. Based on the reasonable assumption that each of them has three or four family members or friends with an interest in the game, that figure rises to one billion, a seventh of the Earth's population.
Football can also move mountains. The Iraqi FA continued to play throughout the war even though no national teams went to Baghdad to play, until very recently that is. We also organised a similar match between Palestine and Jordan in Ramallah in October 2008, which highlights the power of football and the fact that it is recognised by all politicians.
The football family has a major responsibility and must set an example. We are in the process of testing a computer program called Transfer Matching System. Thanks to this software, all international transfers will be entered on FIFA's computer systems and made completely transparent.
When the system becomes operational after the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ we will be able to monitor every single transfer, check supply and demand, and prevent illegal practices such as players signing contracts with two different clubs at the same time.
Another crucial area is the fight against racism. To my mind, fining the clubs "responsible" does not work. They need to be docked points in the league and in European competitions and kicked out altogether if need be. Such punishment is actually envisaged in our Disciplinary Code and without it we cannot hope to eradicate this problem.
Additionally, the FIFA Confederations Cup in Africa has allowed us to identify the areas in which we need to make improvements, particularly in transport and accommodation.
South Africa is expecting 450,000 visitors to the 2010 FIFA World Cup and it needs to do some fine tuning in these two key areas, which are all the more important because it's as big as France and Spain put together and covers an area of one million square kilometres. Its telecommunications are first class but there is still work to be done. Nevertheless, South Africa will be ready.

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4 Response to Top Skorer Liga Futsal Tim Omega

Minggu, 22 November, 2009

Uruguay akhirnya bisa berjaya lagi...

Minggu, 22 November, 2009

Iya nich bang....salute

Niko
Minggu, 22 November, 2009

Maju terus pantang mundurrrrrr....bravo2 Ury

Sabtu, 26 Desember, 2009

Sebentar lagi menduduki tahta no 1 untuk merebut sepatu eMas...

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