When the weather changes, football moves indoors and with a new surface and a new type of game, new needs arise for equipment, not least in relation to the football you play with. Learn more about what defines a good soccer ball for indoor use when we guide you through SELECT's selection of indoor soccer balls.
In indoor football, the pace is high and the teams and the surface make the ball move quickly. A ball for indoor soccer must be light, but at the same time not have too much bounce, as the surface itself gives the ball buoyancy and does not suck the pace out of it as with gravel or grass surfaces. With high tempo and intensive play in small areas, the need for ball control increases and as a player you must therefore be able to trust that you have the very best control and feel with the indoor ball.