After wrapping up a month of competitive soccer, the 3v3 Street Futbol soccer tournament August 17th at the National Sports Center brings a lighter mood to the campus during the month of August. Graffitied walls, live music and good vibes circulate the atmosphere as summer winds down in this one-of-a-kind 3v3 soccer tournament.
Just like basketball has hoopers, soccer has freestylers—players who throw away all the traditional P’s and Q’s of the sport and swap them for jaw-dropping dribbling, passing and scoring skills that leave others entertained. Those are typically the types of athletes that’ll compete in this tournament that’s hosted on the turf fields for a day that features activations such as a 1v1 panna and soccer tennis station.
The formant of having 3v3 soccer games allow players more opportunities to touch the ball, develop quick decision-making and improve their overall soccer skills. Small-sided games can develop technical attributes, creativity, tactical knowledge and physical conditioning through constant movement. The opportunities to score practically triple and this tournament embraces diversity and inclusion!
Learn more about the 3v3 street futbol tournament that’ll challenge a players skills and abilities on a smaller sided pitch by visiting nscsports.org.