It's mostly the same as outdoor soccer but with a few differences in the rules. Also the pitch is way smaller.
There are many indoor soccer rules and knowing all of them is not necessary for playing indoor soccer. However, it is a good practice to learn the most essential ones as it will surely help you understand the indoor game better. Let's start…
The team - Most indoor soccer matches are played with 6 players per team. One of this six needs to be a goalkeeper.
Offside - In indoor soccer, the offside rule doesn't exist. With other words, you may stand in your opponent's penalty kick area and wait for the ball. In fact, this is a strategy that is pretty efficient especially for contra attacks.
The Field - Most indoor soccer fields are rectangular or oblong in shape with artificial turf surface. The game can also be played on Basketball courts. Goals are generally recessed into the walls. They are also smaller than the regular outside soccer goals.
Equipment - You need to wear your teams uniform and have shin guards & indoor shoes. Jewelry and other accessories are not allowed. If you areplaying as goalkeeper you should wear colors that are easy to distinguish you from all other players plus the referees.
Free kick - If the ball hits the roof, a free kick is awarded to the opposite team. The free kick must be taken from the place where it hit the roof.
Corner kicks - A corner kick is awarded to your team when the ball hits the netting above your opponents goal. A good strategy to take advantage of corner kicks is to kick the ball with power at your opponent's goal. With little luck the ball will touch someone and find a way into the goal.
Don't slide tackle - Slide tackling is not allowed in indoor soccer. You should avoid executing sliding tackles because you will burn your skin and I can tell you that it really hurts! Sliding is dangerous because the walls of the indoor field are pretty hard. If you don't know what you are doing you may injure both yourself and your opponent seriously. Avoid sliding tackles whatever you do.
The ball - For leagues that play on hard surface the ball is usually covered with sued or similar non marking covering. This type of ball will not bounce so much and will be easier to control.
The crease - There are indoor leagues that enforce a special zone inside the goalkeeper box that is called the crease. Remember that you can'tshoot the ball from inside the crease unless you have entered the crease already having the ball at your feet.
My guess is that you play pro soccer the same way as you play youth soccer or travel soccer.
indoor soccer is played with walls,and there is no out of bounds unless the ball goes over the wall. the grass is turf in indoor soccer.there is no slide tackling in indoor.
indoor cricket is very fast game you can only score boundaries i belive by hitting the back wall 4 or a 6 you can also run
it should be like making a outdoor soccer field just put an outside cover on it or something like that
a good pass and a good touch
There are actually several places for kids in the Chicago area to play indoor soccer. Three examples of facilities that offer youth soccer leagues are Chicago Indoor Sports, Chicago Youth Soccer, and Chicagoland Indoor Soccer.
World Indoor Soccer League ended in 2001.
World Indoor Soccer League was created in 1998.
American Indoor Soccer League was created in 2002.
Eastern Indoor Soccer League was created in 1997.
Continental Indoor Soccer League ended in 1997.
Continental Indoor Soccer League was created in 1993.
Klaas De Boer has written: 'Indoor soccer!' -- subject(s): Soccer, Indoor soccer
Canadian Major Indoor Soccer League was created in 2007.
No, I do not want to have your indoor soccer shoes but you can put an ad up online to see if anybody would like to buy your indoor soccer shoes on kijiji or craigslist
Indoor sports are just indoor sports. But if you want to get specific then you might say indoor soccer, indoor tennis, indoor football, etc.