4 Best Indoor Soccer Shoes, 30+ Shoes Tested in 2023

Akshay Kumar Malhotra
Akshay Kumar Malhotra on
4 Best Indoor Soccer Shoes, 30+ Shoes Tested in 2023

When talking about soccer cleats, many people quickly think about spiked footwear. While this is not wrong, it also does not give the whole picture. There are soccer cleats without spikes that are largely for indoor use. They are for training and a variant of soccer called futsal. As always, indoor soccer cleats are available for both men and women.

Almost every soccer cleat model, be it from Nike or Adidas or others, has an indoor version. Hence, finding the best one out of the many options can be an overwhelming task. There is no need to worry, though, since we at RunRepeat are here to help. We've created a list of the best indoor soccer cleats so that choosing won't be such a chore for you.

Curious as to how we picked the best indoor soccer cleats? Read the next section to learn a little more about our assessment process.

How we test indoor soccer shoes

As is the practice here at RunRepeat, we assign a Corescore to each indoor soccer cleat on record. This score is basically the weighted average of all the individual ratings given to it by experts, soccer players, and enthusiasts. Of course, experts' inputs are given more weight.

Aside from that, we also conduct our own detailed review of a shoes performance. To ensure objectivity, we do the following:

  • Purchase the cleats using our own funds; this is to avoid bias
  • Test the indoor soccer cleats in actual games; this is to get a more real-life feel.
  • Consider the input of other reviewers; this is to come up with a more comprehensive assessment.

Best indoor soccer shoes overall

Nike Streetgato
Nike Streetgato


4.1 / 5 from 55 users
95 / 100 from 1 expert


  • Comfortable upper
  • Great touch on the ball
  • Supportive structure
  • Plush cushioning
  • Better fit than the OG
  • Durable for the streets
  • Bang for the buck


  • Chunkier than normal heel
  • Polarizing colorways


Ten years after the release of the OG, the Streetgato from Nike is once again delivering comfort and style. Its suede and mesh upper ensure breathability, and it is lined with a synthetic material that feels soft on the foot. Aside from this, this indoor soccer cleat is also equipped with features that ensure high levels of support, such as a firm heel counter and a well-mounted lacing system.
Nike Streetgato full review

Best Nike indoor soccer cleats

Nike React Gato
Nike React Gato


4.6 / 5 from 69 users


  • Superb comfort
  • Good cushioning
  • No break-in time needed
  • Great traction
  • Durable build
  • Good ball touch
  • Perfect for quick cuts and sharp movements
  • Protects feet
  • Versatile style
  • Light


  • Limited colorways
  • Not great for wide feet


The Nike React Gato was a much-anticipated pair, especially by avid fans of the Gato line. More than just a comeback cleat, the pair also makes soccer cleat history as it pushes for innovation. The pair features three technologies: Nike Touch 360, Nike Flyknit, and Nike React. This resulted in a comfortable cleat that delivers good traction and ball control, especially for the indoor game.
Nike React Gato full review

Best Adidas indoor soccer cleats

Adidas Mundial Goal
Adidas Mundial Goal


4.6 / 5 from 5,626 users
90 / 100 from 7 experts


  • Great ball control
  • Little break-in time
  • Impressive support
  • Excellent ball contact
  • Fascinating nifty style
  • Worth the price


  • Poor durability
  • Too delicate suede material


The Mundial Goal did not just deliver the trademark Adidas look and feel, but also great performance and contact with the ball. On the flip side, questions of durability came into the picture despite the massive appreciation for this classic shoe. It may not be as technologically packed as the Adidas Predator 19.1 Trainers, but it still captures a lot of professionals and amateurs alike.
Adidas Mundial Goal full review
Akshay Kumar Malhotra
Akshay Kumar Malhotra

Akshay is a former professional soccer player turned sports journalist. His passion for the sport led him to start writing about it, and he is now a published author across various sports websites, featured on TheSportster and Sportskeeda among others. After he retired from the Singapore professional soccer scene, Akshay formed his own amateur soccer club FC Banterbury, initially just for laughs. Safe to say, soccer is an integral part of Akshay's life, and soccer cleats in particular are an obsession for him.