RollerSoccer is soccer on skates. The game is played like regular soccer except there is a boarding and the keeper is not allowed to touch the ball with the hands. RollerSoccer is played 5 against 5 with a standard soccer ball. Therefore it is best comparable to a combination of hockey and arena soccer. The speed of Rollersoccer is much faster than normal soccer, though control over the ball is much harder to learn, since you have to control the ball with your skates.
Everybody can play RollerSoccer. The best players had to start with learning how to skate and how to kick the ball. You will catch up fast with exercising this combination sport. Some of the best players could hardly skate when they started
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The 2013 RollerSoccer European Cup will be held on 11 and 12 May 2013 in Luc-sur-Mer in the Calvados (France). This practice invented in the United States has arrived in France in 2001 in Caen. This sport is officially recognized by the French Federation of Roller Sports since late 2012.
Teams will participate in the competition:
Saturday, May 11 from 9:00 to 20:00 - 12 qualifying matches
Sunday, May 12 from 9:00 to 17:00 - ranking matches
Hello RollerSoccer friends,
I am glad to inform you that the sports hall in Zaandam (map) has granted our request to organize the World Cup 2013 over there.
You can download the Registration form "RollerSoccer Club World Championship 2013" here: download
For info: facebook.com/RSWC 2013
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RSIF was created by Zack in August 1996 to formally promote, develop and govern the sport of RollerSoccer.
LFRS includes sports associations whose purpose is to organize, teach and promote the sport Roller Soccer in France
Roller soccer European Cup 2011
RollerHolland is very pleased and happy to announce that the Rollersoccer European Cup 2011 will take place in The Netherlands. The tournament will be held from 6-8 may 2011 in Sportshall De Struijck in Zaandam