Majid Kalhori, the player and coach of Azerbaijan Yasamal team((Baku) talked about the history of futsal sport a while ago. Majid Kalhori , the pioneer of Iran’s futsal player , gave some explanations about the origin of futsal. In continuation of these explanations, we will read the origin of futsal, that it returns to Montevideo, Uruguay. In 1930, when Juan Carlos Ceriani planned five-man version of soccer for youth completions in YMCAs.
Futsal gained rapid popularity throughout South America, particularly in Brazil. Many great and famous Brazilian football players expanded their styles and methods in the field of football through their acquisition of futsal sports skills, and this gave them to be grounded for being discussed as great football players. Players such as Pele, Zico, Bebeto and other Brazilian football superstars developed their skill through playing on the Futsal fields and participating in this sports field. While Brazil continues to be the Futsal hub of the world, the game is played now, under the auspices of FIFA, all over the world.
The first international competition took place in 1965, when Paraguay won the first South American Cup. Six more South American Cups were held until 1979, with Brazil winning all of them. Brazil continued its dominance with a victory in the first Pan American Cup in 1980 and won it again the next time it was played in 1984.