The debut of FSOT will see special features on the McDonalds Schools Launch, the Johnny Warren Camp, the 2008 Futsal U12 Boys Final, the TeleChoice Premier League Media Launch, a nice story on an Afghan teenager playing the round ball game plus loads more.
Known for being aimed at showcasing grassroots football and highlighting the link between club football and the elite level, 2008 has been seen as no different with a number of new segments being launched for the first time.
Aside from the regular segments which include the Tip-Top coaching tips with Football NSW?s Higher Performance head honcho Paul Bentvelzen, Goal of the Week, TeleChoice Premier League highlights, Stars of Tomorrow come new segments such as the Referee Rulz and the Crossbar Challenge.
FSOT has been designed to appeal to a wide range of viewers, although primarily a show targeted at children between the ages of 8 and 16, the show has also proven very popular with adults due to the educational aspects and the TeleChoice Premier League highlights.
2007 was a magnificent year for FSOT as Fox Sports screened 31 episodes, while SBS screened 38 episodes with total viewing numbers of almost two million.
2008 has been seen as a huge year for the show which promises to deliver all the goods via the FSOT of team which consists of the evergreen football enthusiast Andy Paschalidis and well known reporter and script writer Simon Pijaca.
Monday 28th April on SBS at 5.30pm
Wednesday 30th April on Fox Sports at 4.30pm
Sunday 4th May on Fox Sports time TBA but will be in the morning
Sunday 4th May on SBS at 3pm
?Goal of the Week? entries can be sent on DVD only to the following address:
PO Box 403
Artarmon, NSW, 1570