Football the way we want it

When pleasure rhymes with leisure

When pleasure rhymes with leisure

Changing lifestyles and consumer behaviour translates to new desires and ways of playing football, outside of competitions, marked by weekly trainings and weekend league matches, which favour alternative practice and pleasure, à la carte, flexible and adapted to a work life balance. With the support of Leagues, Districts and clubs, the FFF has developed a diversified recreational football offer (11-a-side, 5-a-side, 8-a-side, futsal, beach soccer, etc.) for all tastes and ages. 

Key figures

Number of different practices derived from 11-a-side football, either recreational or competitive.
Spaces dedicated to new practices financed per year by the FFF.
Number of Foot5 centres that have signed an agreement (Le Five, UrbanSoccer, Convi'sports), to offer a discount on presentation of the FFF licence.
Number of recreational sections already created in clubs.

Alternative practices

The FFF has implemented a wide range of practices, initiated by the development of Futsal. The goal is to offer members alternatives to 11-a-side football and involves other technical and physical skills. There is a smaller number of players and indoor fields, and for some there are, local or national competitions. 

All practices