United States Futsal Federation
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The United States Futsal Federation (USFF) is one of the Futsal leagues in the United States. It is a body sanctioned by FIFA in the United States, and is a member of the United States Soccer Federation.
The USFF was formed in 1981. It was founded to promote the sport of futsal in the United States and to ensure that sport standards were followed. According to the USFS's website, there are 110,000 members of the federation. 
In 1986, the Boys and Girls Club of America adopted futsal, under USFF government, as an "Olympic Focus Sport", and began introducing it to the various clubs throughout the country. In that same, year, the American Youth Soccer Association became an associate member of the federation.
The federation sponsors sports clinics, national championships, and American teams in international competitions. The federation is made up of individual state associations, which are responsible for promoting futsal at the local level.
United States National Futsal Championship
The first National Futsal Championship was held in Reno, Nevada in the mid-1980s. Since that time, several different levels of competition have been organized to hold annual championships. Championships are held in the Men's, Women, Under-19 Boys and Girls, the Under-16 Boys and Girls, and the Under-12 Boys and Girls Divisions. Originally, 8 teams per division were allowed to compete in each championship, but since 2004, 16 teams have participated in each competition.
Currently, there is still no National Futsal Championship in the United States and it is unknown when there will be one. There was supposed to be one in 2018 with the creation of the Professional Futsal League (PFL), but the league never began play.
- "UNITED STATES FUTSAL FEDERATION". United States Futsal Federation. Retrieved 2009-02-12.
- "The US head coach: The USA could become one of the best futsal nations in the world". futsallfeed.com. Retrieved 2020-04-08.
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