About Us

Mission Statement

The Massachusetts Futsal Association is dedicated to developing and expanding the game of futsal in Massachusetts and providing all players the opportunity to participate in leagues, academies and tournaments. We strive to achieve the highest level of professionalism, the highest quality officiating and the overall best experience for all participants.


The Massachusetts Futsal Association is a proud member of U.S. Youth Futsal, Mass Soccer, the United States Soccer Federation and the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA). It is the oldest and largest futsal organization in New England and is fully sanctioned and approved by those associations.


Jason Miller, Director of Futsal

Jason enters his 20th year as the director of the Massachusetts Futsal Association. He oversees all aspects of the program and has additionally been a futsal coach since 1999 and a futsal referee since 2001. He has been the director and head coach of Pink Ladies Futsal Club since 2004 and previously served as both Girls Director and Director of Communications for U.S. Youth Futsal. Jason served as head coach of the U.S. Youth Futsal U16 girls national team for trips to Canada and Colombia in 2014 and 2016.

Jason was formerly the varsity boys soccer coach at Boston Latin School for 11 years and girls varsity coach at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School for 2 years. His coaching resume also includes the Boston Breakers, Concord-Carlisle Youth Soccer, Sudbury Youth Soccer, Sachems FC, Winchester High School, Nashoba Regional High School, Gann Academy, Mass Youth ODP and District Select, Lexington High School and Lexington Youth Soccer. He served as director of player and coach development for Lexington Youth Soccer for four years and is a founder of the Massachusetts Beach Soccer Club. 

Jason holds a U.S. Youth Futsal National Level 3 coaching certification, a USSF National C coaching license, a Masters in Education and a BA in journalism. He resides in Sudbury with his son Grey and their dogs Dublin and Hoya. Contact Jason.

Nate Jewett-Wolf, Registrar

Nate Jewett-Wolf enters his second full year as registrar for all programs, having taken over on an interim basis the previous winter. Prior to taking on registrar duties he was in his first year as a senior administrator after serving as a site administrator during high school and college. Nate is responsible for all registration and roster matters.

A graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and longtime participant in MFA leagues as a player and referee, Nate is a civil engineer and MBA candidate at Boston College who also serves as assistant boys varsity soccer coach at Boston Latin School. He also serves as the field marshal for the Northeast Regional Futsal Championships. Contact Nate.

Liz McQuilkin, Director of Adult Programs

Liz oversees all adult programming including Mass Adult Futsal, College Futsal and the Adult Champions Cup. She brings many years of experience as a soccer and futsal player and has long served in a leadership role with Mass State Adult Soccer. Contact Liz.

Daniela De Sousa, Director of Tournaments and Special Events

As director of tournaments and special events, Daniela will co-direct the Northeast Regional Championships and other programming. She has been involved with Regionals as registrar for several years and since 2020 she has served as co-director of the event.

For two years she served as assistant director of the Massachusetts Futsal Association having filled the role of senior administrator previously.

Daniela is the varsity girls soccer coach at Burlington High School and a youth coach for Burlington Youth Soccer. Her coaching resume also includes Pink Ladies Futsal Club, Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School, Concord-Carlisle Youth Soccer, Mass Youth District Select and Hamden High School.

A Spanish teacher at Burlington High School, Daniela is also a technology expert who resides in Woburn. Contact Daniela.

Jessica Frary, Senior Administrator

Jessica joins the Massachusetts Futsal Association as a senior administrator, having worked in a similar role for Real Boston FC in recent years. She will assist with administrative tasks and projects with a focus on marketing and recruiting. She also serves as the organization's social media manager. Contact Jessica.

Yaovi Jondoh, Senior Administrator

Yaovi is a senior administrator, having served as the organization's registrar from 2015-2021, overseeing the registration process and all roster matters. While in high school he was a site admin at Park School and a referee, as well as a member of the legendary Boston International boys futsal team.

A graduate of the College of the Holy Cross, Yaovi is employed as Director of Operations for Match Charter School in Boston and also holds a Masters in Sports Leadership at Northeastern University. He formerly coached the boys junior varsity soccer team at Boston Latin School.

Sarah Zesch, Supervisor of Officials - Mass Youth Futsal

Sarah was appointed to the Massachusetts Futsal Association leadership team in March 2019. After growing up on the futsal courts as a goalkeeper for Parkway Youth Soccer, Sarah became a futsal referee and soon became not only one of the best in the Commonwealth but also one of the best in the country. She was one of the first two referees in Massachusetts to earn a state level referee badge, and has been both the Massachusetts youth and adult futsal referee of the year. She is responsible for overseeing the organization's training program for new referees. Contact Sarah.

Maynard Sangster, Supervisor of Officials - Mass Adult Futsal

Maynard was appointed to the Massachusetts Futsal Association leadership team in March 2019. He is the person responsible for overseeing officiating at the adult level and also serves in the lead role for the recruitment of new futsal referees. He has officiated at the U.S. Youth Futsal National Championships on multiple occasions and is both an EMSOA and NISOA soccer referee, as well as the EMSOA South president. Maynard is a former high school and college soccer player who previously served as coach and administrator for Duxbury Youth Soccer. Contact Maynard.

Shawn Coventry, Supervisor of Officials - Premier Clubs Futsal 

Shawn was appointed to the Massachusetts Futsal Association leadership team in March 2019. His duty is to oversee officials for the Premier Clubs Futsal League and to lead efforts of referee retention and new projects. A New Hampshire native, Shawn has long traveled to the Boston are to officiate high level Massachusetts Futsal Association games. He also serves an assignor for MLSNext. His vast experience as a referee and administrator helps him focus on the very best referees in the region. Contact Shawn.

Dick Williams, Senior Official

Dick is the organization's senior official. He serves as a mentor and counselor for many young futsal referees. A futsal referee for the last zillion years, Dick first represented Massachusetts at the national championships in 2009.

A highly experienced referee and assignor, Dick has been involved in leadership positions with Jamaica Plain Youth Soccer and Boston Area Youth Soccer. He is proud father of former futsal referees Mark, Rose, Keith and Brad. Contact Dick.

Massachusetts Futsal Association Advisory Board

The MFA Advisory Board meets two times a year with the objective of helping the organization's leaders achieve excellence in all program areas. Comprised of coaches, players, parents and referees, the 12-member Board provides feedback and suggestions while also examining the development and growth of futsal in Massachusetts, regionally and nationally.

Massachusetts Futsal Association History

In the fall of 1997 and winter of 1998, former Mass Youth Soccer Director of Coaching Dennis Lukens along with Hank George and other coaches organized the first futsal leagues in Massachusetts, establishing games in Newton, Natick, Concord and Quincy. Mike Resnicow of Newton took over the organization and helped grow the sport in 1999 before his death in 2000.

Thereafter, Paul and Theresa Dupre acquired then InSoccer from the Resnicow family. From 2000-2004 the Dupre family was responsible for the enormous growth of the sport in Massachusetts. They synthesized many aspects of the program into the strong program it is today are are greatly responsible for the success of futsal in the Commonwealth.

In 2005 the Dupre family hired Jason Miller to run the day-to-day operations of InSoccer and his role expanded ever since. In 2006 Jason changed the organization's name to Massachusetts Futsal, and at the conclusion of the 2009 season the Dupre family passed on InSoccer and Massachusetts Futsal to Jason, who has led the program since.

The 2010-11 season saw the use of a second facility, Fessenden School, on a full-time basis. Five courts were used all day every Saturday, highlighting the growth of futsal in Massachusetts. The first-ever women's division and formal co-ed divisions were instituted during Session Two.

For 2011-12 the Massachusetts Futsal Association opened a new facility in Lowell, Mass and added regular Saturday games at the Rashi School in Dedham. Director of Officials Soorena Farboodmanesh was named Mass Ref Committee Administrator of the Year for his efforts with the two organizations and success training and developing futsal referees.

During the 2012-13 season, the MFA welcomed the new MGA Sports facility in Norwood, Mass with more than 30 games at the site during the first league session. The new volleyball-futsal site also served as training facility for state futsal teams and hosted the 110-team Northeast Regional Championships -- which was at the time the largest tournament in the history of US Youth Futsal/Super F. Jeff Lamy was appointed director of the Lowell program.

The 2013-14 season saw Brighton High School enter the list of regular venues, while the MFA hosted the first-ever U.S. Youth Futsal coaching course and the first-ever Regional I.D. camp. The Northeast Regional Championships became the largest tournament in U.S. Youth Futsal history with more than 150 teams from seven states and two countries participating. MFA's partnership with FutsalNH saw the launch of Eastern Premier Futsal, which included 80+ teams from three states. Daniela De Sousa was brought on as the organization's first-ever registrar.

The 2014-15 season saw the facility addition of Athletic Evolution in Woburn, a collaboration between the MFA North league and FutsalNH and the hosting of two U.S. Youth Futsal coaching courses, another Level 3 and the first-ever Level 4. The Northeast Regional I.D. camp welcoming 150 players and the Northeast Regional Championships welcomed 173 teams, a record for a futsal tournament. Session Two of league play broke another record, with 262 teams participating. Soorena Farboodmanesh and Jason Miller were named to the U.S. Youth Futsal National Coaching Staff.

For 2015-16 season league play expanded to include Minuteman High School in Lexington. Several local players -- Nicole Cerulli, David Medeiros, Emily Rollender, Liliana Silva represented the United States with the youth futsal national teams. Jeff Lamy was named to the U.S. Youth Futsal National Coaching Staff.

​Massachusetts Futsal is part of U.S. Youth Futsal, headquartered in Overland Park, Kan. The programs continue to grow as coaches, parents and most importantly players, fall in love with the world's best indoor soccer option.

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