Soccer ANALYST (Level 2) – Offensive Phase
- Course Available from July 1st (8 hours course)
The Soccer analyst has been gaining more and more prominence in the technical structure of the club.
In addition, they are the type of professionals most sought after by the clubs at this time and, therefore, the privileged way for entering into their structure.
The current technology available allows the production of enormous quantity of data which enables, when efficiently scrutinized, a profound understanding of the nature of the game.
Therefore, this professionals are in need of specific knowledge so that they can carry out their duties in a professional way.
For this reason, VO Academy, as a specialist in soccer analysis, promotes training actions to prepare professionals to perform these tasks and at the same time certifies them for the use of the VIDEOBSERVER digital platform.
Based on the European knowledge on soccer analysis and with one of the world’s leading specialists in these subjects, this course (level 2) will deliver a series of contents that will allow you to understand how to analyse the offensive phase of the game and, therefore, become a proficient game analyst.
Students must have completed Level 1 before attending Level 2.
- Lectures 17
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 8 hours
- Skill level Intermediate
- Language English
- Students 112
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Self
Offensive Process Match Analysis
As mentioned in level 1 of the soccer game analysis, we will develop the offensive process according to two dimensions: structural and functional dimension
The creating stage
The creating stage was build from external play (by side band or corridor)?
Defensive Process Match Analysis
Regarding the defensive process we will analyze it according to the same two dimensions that we refer to for the offensive process. In the same way for each of these dimensions we will expand the more pertinent concepts that support the structural and functional dimension
Technical analysis report
We will finish this 2 level with an example of a game analysis technical report, made from 45 integral minutes of a soccer match.