FC Tutor is the one and only student futsal club in Delft, with around 150 members. The members are both students and alumni from TU Delft. At FC Tutor, you can play at various levels. In the season 2019-2020, FC Tutor has eleven men's teams and one women's team. The first team plays "Hoofdklasse", the third highest futsal level of The Netherlands. The other teams play at different levels. During the season we try to find the right level for every player!
If you're new to football it is also possible to learn to play futsal as a training member. As a training member you are more than welcome to join our weekly training sessions. If you have more experience and if you have the motivation and skills to play on the next level you can try out for our selection teams. We are very happy with our selection trainer Nuno Pereira, who played and coached in futsal at high level in Portugal and who will put in his best efforts to improve your game!
The TU Delft's sport centre (also known as X) is the home of FC Tutor (Mekelweg 8, Delft). Here, the trainings take place on Monday and Wednesday evening. The home matches are most of the time on Friday evening. After these matches, players of several teams come together for a drink in the Sportscafe. Away matches are usually played on Monday or Wednesday evening. Your weekends will always be free!
Beside futsal, FC Tutor organises some other activities, such as a membersday, visits to the Dutch national futsal team and ofcourse some amazing drinks!
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For general questions and to have a nice chat you can contact the president.
For questions about membership and matches you can contact the secretary.
For questions about the Tutor kit, partnerships and contribution you can contact the treasurer.
For questions about trainings and selection related affairs you can contact the technical affairs.
Last year, the board was assisted by the Activity Committee to connect the members of FC Tutor and to show them a good time outside of the futsal field. This committee organised several activities during the year and with that it was responsible for new friendships between Tutor members of different teams.
This year we are looking for some new members to complete the Acitivity Committee. If you are interested in how to organise and promote activities, how to work in teams and if you want to learn more about the management of a student sport club, make sure to contact one of the boardmembers! Also, if you are interested in joining the board next year, the activity committee is a nice place to get to know the club, their members and to improve your organising and communciation skills.
FC Tutor also has a "Zaalwacht" (Hall watch) committee that assist the board with managing Tutor's home games. This committee makes sure the halls are set up for matches, and can help teams with issues that may arise on or off the pitch.
For conflicts and other issues of that nature you can contact the Tuchtcommittee. The tuchtcommittee consists of a group of members, selected to ensure that your case will always be handled by members that are impartial, unbiased, and neutral. Contact details will follow, for now please contact the President and let him know you would like to refer a case to the tuchtcommittee.
Futsal is an indoor variant of football played on a hard court smaller than a football pitch. Matches are played between two teams of five players, one of whom is the goalkeeper. Furthermore, futsall is played with a small and hard ball with a reduced bounce. The small pitch, the ball and the amount of players combined favour ball control and passing in small spaces. Futsal games are full of action: in two halves of only 25 minutes end scores of 7-5 or 9-6 are no exceptions.
If you would like to visit one of FC Tutor's games to experience futsal, you are welcome to watch one of our teams on Friday nights! Please check the match schedule on the home page.