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We take your child's safety (and ours) very seriously.  As such we are asking everyone to follow our Covid protocols.  This means that EVERY CHILD MUST WEAR A MASK into the building and when exiting the building.  We will have socially distanced cones set up around the perimeter of the gym for your child to drop his/her bag, water bottle, and any other personal belongings.  Whenever we take breaks we will be asking your child to go to their space and do their best to maintain social distancing.  

To minimize risk, we are not allowing spectators into the building.  Please drop your child off at the building entrance and pick your child up at the same location as indicated below.  SSA Trainers will meet your players at the door to welcome them and escort them to and from the gyms. 

East Middle School-Enter through the Activities Entrance located at the end of the building near the gyms.
Jackson Elementary-Enter through the lower level cafeteria entrance
Sun Path Elementary-Enter through the lower level cafeteria entrance
Eagle Creek Elementary-Enter through the lower level cafeteria entrance
Red Oak Elementary-Enter through the lower level cafeteria entrance
Sweeny Elementary-Enter through the back of the building into the gym entrance 

Please take your player’s temperature before leaving home.  If your player is running a temperature or is not feeling well, please keep them at home.

What To Wear:
Each competitive player should wear their SSA practice jersey or SSA rec jersey or a white shirt if they don't have an SSA jersey.
Rec player should wear their SSA rec jersey or a white shirt
Every player must wear shin guards and rubber sole shoes (tennis shoes or indoor shoes) NO cleats allowed in the building

What To Bring:
A water bottle-please remind your player not to share their water with others.
Competitive Players-bring your red and grey (home and away) jerseys.  Please pack these in your player's bag.  We are not allowed to share pinnies so players will use their extra jerseys for scrimmaging.  If your player does not have their kit yet, please bring an red or grey extra shirt.
Rec Players-We will be using pinnies and will be washing them weekly.  

**Your player does not need to bring a soccer or futsal ball, we will be providing them**

The session will end a few minutes before the time noted so we can allow time for each player to gather their belongings and leave the facility.  Please wait in your cars in the parking lot and the trainers will escort the players out after the futsal session.  


2020/2021 Competitive Team January-April Futsal

Locations: East Middle School, Sun Path Elementary, Jackson Elementary, Eagle Creek Elementary 

January 10, 17, 24, 31
February 7, 14, 21, 28
March 7, 14, 21, 28
April 11, 18, 25

December-March Schedule

East Middle School - Court 1 East Middle School - Court 2 Jackson Elementary Sun Path Elementary Eagle Creek Elementary
11:00am-12:15pm 10U & 11U Boys A 10U Boys B 9U Girls B 9U Boys A 9U Boys B
12:20pm-1:35pm 11U &12U Girls A 11U & 12U Girls B 9U Girls A 11U Boys B1 & B2 + 12U Boys B2 14U Girls Regional
1:40pm-2:55pm 13U Boys Regional 16U Boys Cities 10U Girls B 12U Boys A&B1 15U Girls Regional
3:00pm-4:15pm 17U & 18U Boys Premier 17U & 19U Boys State 13U Girls Regional 13U & 14U Boys Cities Rec Futsal
4:20pm-5:35pm 14U Boys Regional 14U Boys State 13U Girls State Rec Futsal
5:40pm-6:55pm 17U Girls State 16U Girls Premier 15U Girls State 18U Girls Regional

Rec Futsal

Rec Futsal begins January 10
Session Fee: $100*
January 10, 17, 24, 31
February 7, 14, 21, 28
March 7, 14, 21, 28
April 11, 18, 25
No Futsal April 4 due to Easter 


Rec Futsal Location:

Eagle Creek Elementary 
Time: 3:00-4:15 Kindergarten & 1st Grade
              4:20-5:35 2nd-4th Grade

*limited spots still available, please email if interested in registering your player 

Training Staff Includes:

  • Former Division I and III College Players
  • U.S.S.F. National Licensed Coaches
  • Shakopee High School Varsity Players

FUTSAL-Putting all the pieces of the game together



Rather than focus on just one skill at a time, immerse yourself in the game and learn from SSA’s top-flight staff who teach players while you play!


Futsal provides more opportunities for players to improve because, compared to a one-hour indoor game, you get 3 times the number of touches on the ball.  Just like an indoor league, however, players compete in games, while, maximizing their monetary investment through guided instruction from high quality coaches. Sign up your whole team and see the results.      


Futsal Details  

Futsal is more than just an indoor soccer game — It is the tool used by clubs around the world to develop great players.

Futsal is the only indoor soccer recognized by FIFA. Futsal is taking the country by storm as soccer players, coaches and clubs discover the unique and positive qualities of Futsal. It is a game played around the world and many of today’s Brazilian soccer stars began by playing Futsal.

Futsal is a small-sided game that is played on a small field about the size of a basketball court. The game is played with the touchline boundaries with no walls to bang the ball against. The ball is a special low bounce ball that is heavier and smaller than a regular soccer ball and it forces a player to use their skill rather than the ball’s bounce to propel it. Futsal is a skill game that develops the overall fundamentals of soccer. Players will develop quicker reflexes, faster thinking, and passing along with a better touch and technique.

Famous players around the world like Ronaldinho, Cristiano Ronaldo, Robinho, Juninho and many others honed their early foot skills while playing Brazilian Futsal.

• Ball control in tight spaces
• Better passing skills
• Better dribbling skills

• Movement off the ball
• Improve defensive skills
• Improve offensive skills