Founded in 1998, the United States Indoor Soccer Association (“USIndoor”) is dedicated to the best interests of indoor soccer—its players, fans, coaches, leagues, tournaments, referees, and sponsors.
Through the services of USIndoor, indoor soccer enthusiasts can keep updated on the latest news about the game, learn about upcoming tournaments and events, access official rules and regulations, find out about becoming a referee, reflect on the game’s history and tap into a devoted fan base from all over the world. Soccer is played at 87% of USIndoor member facilities, the most of any sport.
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About USIndoor Soccer
Founded in 1998, the United States Indoor Soccer Association (“USIndoor”) is dedicated to the best interests of indoor soccer – its players, fans, coaches, leagues, tournaments, referees, and sponsors. Through the services of USIndoor, indoor soccer enthusiasts can keep updated on the latest news, learn about upcoming tournaments and events, access official rules and regulations, find out about becoming a referee, reflect on the game’s history and tap into a devoted fan base from all over the world.
Indoor soccer takes a variety of forms. There’s the boarded game, often called “arena soccer” or simply “indoor soccer,” which is most prevalent in the United States and played within confines similar to a hockey rink; the non-boarded game, known as futsal, played on hard flooring, similar in size to a basketball court and recognized internationally by FIFA; and a hybrid game, most popular in Canada and growing in the U.S., that is played on artificial turf and without boards. Regardless of the form, USIndoor embraces them all under the banner of USIndoor Soccer, a founding member of the United States Indoor Sports Association – the indoor sport industry’s international trade association.
Players and fans who want to get the most from USIndoor can join our increasingly popular Facebook page, where everyone has an opinion. For other specific interests, whether it be USIndoor’s Official Tournament for youth and adults, or its Referee Program, please click through our site. You’re sure to see some things you like. And if you need help, or if you find something we’ve missed, you can e-mail us directly.
By supporting local youth, adult, and professional indoor soccer teams and their sponsors, every indoor sports enthusiast can take part in indoor soccer’s growing popularity. In return, USIndoor dedicates itself to you – the players and fans – for keeping the rest of us on our toes.
Competing Forms of Soccer
Resolution for the “Good of the Game”
WHEREAS, the UNITED STATES INDOOR SOCCER ASSOCIATION (USIndoor) embraces all forms of soccer for their unique brands of necessary skill, excitement, health benefits and social values, for the benefit of players, coaches, referees, administrators, sponsors and fans, alike; and
WHEREAS, an affront to any single form of soccer is an affront to all.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that USIndoor joins the soccer community, consisting of associations, governing bodies, organizers, promoters and leagues, whether non-for-profit or for-profit, youth, amateur or professional, local, regional, national or international, which are signatories hereto, in striving toward a spirit of mutual respect and goodwill.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that all who subscribe hereto vow to oppose conduct, such as negative campaigns, accusations and other provocations, which effectively malign, demean, misrepresent or otherwise dishonor any competing form of the game.