At Ipswich Futsal, we offer open gender social competitions to all age groups, with the addition of Senior Womens. When multiple divisions are present in an age group (i.e. seniors), we are able to grade our comps to accommodate players of different skill and physical ability.
Comps & Seasons
|Competitions||Age Groups||Summer Season||Winter Season|
|Senior Open||16 years and above||Oct – March||Apr – Sep|
|Senior Womens||16 years and above||Oct – March||No|
|Youth Open||16 – 20 years||Oct – March||No|
|Juniors (U6/7 – U14/15)||5 – 15 years||Oct – March||No|
|Winter 2021||Senior A|
|Senior C||Senior Womens||U10/11|
*Nights subject to change, summer 2020/2021 nights used for now.
Typical Season Structure
Typically, the first two or three weeks of a senior season are used for half length (18 minute) grading games to identify outlier teams and the skill gaps in our comps, which inform any changes made to the membership and structure of each division. Then the season proper begins and typically lasts for 15 weeks.
At the completion of all competitive seasons (U12/13 and above), the top 4 teams in each comp play two weeks of finals to battle it out for the competition’s championship, and the chance to win some silverware and hold the Ipswich Futsal cup, courtesy of Colleges Engraving and Trophy Shop. All non-competitive age groups (U10/11 and below) win participation medals at the end of each season.
|Normal season fixtures||15|
|Semi finals (1st vs 4th, 2nd vs 3rd)||1|
Age & Age Group Eligibility
- A players age is based on how old the player will be on 31 December in the year in which the comp started
Example: If the season starts in October, and on 31 December in the year the season starts the player is aged 11, then the player will be in the U10/11 comp