2021 SO FAR
The State Leagues' excitement is reaching thrilling new heights with an improving skill-level and clear ambition from all associated clubs.
Fitzroy FC displays clear a clear ambition to successfully defend SFV title, despite a rocky start to the campaign.
Campbellfield FC may have lost its way in the second half of the 2020/21 season after a brilliant beginning, but the players are looking to bounce back with another strong start as Adam El Hayek and Arturo Garzon Diaz both have provided a spark into their new side.
The Wolves' reputation of being an unorthodox, gritty side is slowly evaporating as they climb back to being table-topping contenders through quality acquisitions Joaquin Jimenez and Alistair Dunlop.
The unique version of SFV at Brunswick Futsal Oz continues for at least one more season as every team adapts to the different playing conditions provided from the court.
Northcote FC haven't taken their foot off the gas despite losing reigning Best & Fairest and Golden Boot holder Eleni Fakos to rivals FC Amazons as they remain undefeated in the 2021 season.
The WSFV has returned to Wednesday night coverage and has seen the skill-gap shortened with Pascoe Vale FC and FC Amazons making considerable steps forward in their development. Northcote FC may be undefeated but Heart FC will look to make to put on the pressure for the remainder of the season.