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There are many ways to get involved with Canadian futsal in your own community.

First off, you can contact your local futsal league and ask them directly. You can find reputable futsal leagues in Canada listed under the leagues section of this site. If your region doesn't have a futsal league and would like to become a part of the Futsal Canada family by all means feel free to contact us and we'll work with you from the very beginning in all facets to make your dream a reality. You can become a futsal coach or become certified as a referee.

You can also become a futsal coach or get certified as a futsal referee. Another option is simply volunteering at one of the frequent futsal tournaments happening across Canada. You can play for fun, join a competitive team or you can just come out and cheer for your favourite squad. The options exist and if you still feel you need a little more direction on where to start please contact us and we'll do our absolute best to help you move forward in the right direction, that's what we're here for.

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Kris Fernandes Kris works to grow Futsal Canada by developing new leagues across the country and promoting Canadian futsal across the world. He's helped create and bring leagues into the FIFA system, was Operations Manager of the Futsal Canada Cup Tournament. He served several years on the Ontario Soccer Association's Futsal Committee, was on the CSA Futsal Task Force, and has covered numerous international futsal and soccer events for CBC Sports Online, Inside SOCCER Magazine, Futsal Planet and Futsal Focus.
Bob Tibbo Bob Tibbo is a Director with Futsal Canada and is Canada's only FIFA Futsal Referee Instructor and Assessor. He is the Director of Officiating for the Futsal Canada Cup Tournament, serves as President of the Ottawa District Futsal League and has conducted many courses in Canada and across the world.
Alex Kenol Alex Kénol is a Director at Futsal Canada and is the owner and operator of the Ligue de Futsal Etoile in the Montreal/Laval area, part of the PLFQ. He is also a women's coach, having won multiple futsal championships, and also operates Montreal's most popular futsal competition; the annual Moustache Classique Tournament.