The origin of the hall soccer

Two versions count the origin of the hall soccer. One of them says that the game was created by return of 1940 in the Christian Association ofYoung men in São Paulo. The sport was transferred squares to them covered of basquete and hockey due to difficulty to find free fields for the practical one. Initially, the teams were composed for six or seven players and the balls were of serragem, vegetal horsehair, or of granulated cork oak. However, since they quicavam very, they had had its reduced size and the increased weight, reason for which called the game “sport of the heavy ball”. To another possible origin he retraces the 1943, in the Christian Association of Young men of Montevidéu, in Uruguay, where the sport was called indoor-foot-ball.

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