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Abstract Title

Comparison of Technical Actions between Futsal and Soccer Game in Children

Abstract Theme

Sport pedagogy

Type Presentation

Poster

Abstract Authors

Presenter Julio Wilson dos Santos - São Paulo State University - UNESP (Department of Physical Education, UNESP, Bauru, SP.) - BR
Renato Pereira Munhoz - São Paulo State University - UNESP (Department of Physical Education, UNESP, Bauru, SP.) - BR
Felipe Vieira da Silva - São Paulo State University – UNESP (Department of Physical Education, UNESP, Bauru, SP.) - BR
Lucas Rafael Gaviolla dos Santos - São Paulo State University – UNESP (Department of Physical Education, UNESP, Bauru, SP) - BR
Henrique Pereira Santiago - São Paulo State University – UNESP (Department of Physical Education, UNESP, Bauru, SP.) - BR
Bruno de Sales Vieira - São Paulo State University – UNESP (Department of Physical Education, UNESP, Bauru, SP.) - BR
Igor Jardim Morisugi de Oliveira - São Paulo State University – UNESP (Department of Physical Education, UNESP, Bauru, SP.) - BR
Guilherme Abade Iokomizo - Department of Physical Education, UNESP, Bauru, SP (Department of Physical Education, UNESP, Bauru, SP.) - BR

Presentation Details

Poster Exhibition Site (Local): Gray - 3        Date: 1 September        Time: 8am to 7pm        Presenter: Julio Santos

Abstract Resume

Background: Futsal is a sport played on the court that was created from the soccer rules, and has its own characteristics. Many recognized professional soccer players worldwide claim
that the practice of futsal in childhood contributed to the development of skills that later helped in the practice of soccer. The importance of the practice of futsal on the development of soccer
gaming skills is still uncertain. The aim of this study was to compare the technical actions carried out in the soccer (SC) and futsal (FS) game.
Methods: The sample consisted of 8 players of U-10 (9±3,1 years, 1,39±0,5 m, 33,0±13,0 kg) and 4 players of U-12 (11,5±0,6 anos, 1,52±0,03 m, 45,5±9,0 kg), a social project called
Soccer School, developed at São Paulo State University - UNESP - Bauru campus, with one class per week of 1h30min. Players were evaluated in two games 15 minutes without interval, both with
goalkeepers: one grass soccer field (11x11) and other hard surface futsal court (5x5). Court dimensions: Sub-10 = 36x18m and Sub-12 = 38x19m. Soccer field: Sub-10 = 65x52m and  Sub-12 = 72x58m. The
games were filmed and subsequently analyzed the technical actions: pass (Ps), finishing (Fi), dribbling (Dr), tackles (Tc) and all contacts with the ball (CT). The statistical analysis comprises the
paired t-test (P<0.05).
Results: The results demonstrated that the FS game led children more contact with the ball as well as more specific technical actions such as passes, finishing and tackles, in
comparing to the SC.
Conclusions: Futsal (5x5) is a great option for the development of soccer skills, since during the same period of the game the players had more contact with the ball in comparing to
the soccer game (11x11). Considering also the purpose of initiation to form the soccer player, the practice of futsal can help in the development of soccer game skills. On the other hand, in the
absence or unavailability of court, the soccer game in format of the small side game in field, similar to futsal (5x5), can also be an alternative to provide more contact with the ball and the
development of soccer skills more than the official game format (11x11).

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