Master High Performance in Football (University Isabel I)
You will have the opportunity to realize, voluntarily, your practices in different clubs of Barcelona, including to the RCD Espanyol or his schools.
Degree: Master
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Duration: 7 Months
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Master High Performance in Football (University Isabel I)

    With the Course " Master High Performance in Football (University Isabel I) " we will learn to take the entire sports entity from the highest part to reach the coach and his staff.

    The organization and system to follow is very important when it comes to running a sports entity. You have to take into account these vital factors because if they are not met we can turn a good project into a disaster.

    We will have the control of the coordination of the sports entity , the financial control, the material for sports use, the sports facilities, the first team template and all the lower categories .

    When we talk about high performance, we refer to first level teams where they not only compete at the national level, but also expand to international championships. It involves a high level of competition and a level of maturity.

    Also how to interpret the needs of each group and solve the possible problems that arise (economic, displacement, calendar, etc.).

    The objective of this Master it is provide to the student the knowledge in an effective manage of a team taking to account all factors in training and matches. The management of the people is a distinguishing factor of an excellence in manage, in any sport area. The people who make a team and his correct manage the success in the achievement of objective.

    With this course, we pretend to develop and improve the management of the players, competence that affect to the effectiveness and the teams who work under responsibility, thus, get better the efficiency of the group team. The knowledge about the commit and the needs responsibility to achieve the success are extremely complex into the work of group director while a methodological level as a factors to consider. In this course we explain all the necessary to manage with efficiency.

    Index of Master High Performance in Football
    • 1. INTRODUCTION TO FOOTBALL
    • 1.1 Definition of football and player objective
    • 1.2 The taxonomy of the game
    • 1.3 Substantiation Cooperation-opposition sport
    • 1.4 Individual and collective performance
    • 1.5 Go for a walk for the history and evolution
    • 1.6 The driving radiology in a collective sport
    • 1.7 The games cycle
    • 1.8 The tactic, technique and the capacities of a player
    • 1.9 Basics principles and the game nature
    • 1.10 The mechanism necessary for the practice
    • 2. IMPORTANT CONCEPTS OF THE GAME
    • 2.1 The space and time
    • 2.2 The perception
    • 2.3 Tactic mentality
    • 2.4 Psychological aspects
    • 2.5 The player and the intelligence
    • 2.6 The creation of collective synergy
    • 2.7 The importance of the goals and the moment at emotional level
    • 2.8 The talent and his keys
    • 2.9 The making decision
    • 3. KEYS OF A FOOTBALL TEAM
    • 3.1 The importance of the state of mind
    • 3.2 The bases of a team creation
    • 3.3 Development evolutionary of a team
    • 3.4 The leadership and the ways to achieve
    • 3.5 The types and personality aspect of a player
    • 3.6 The psychology and footballing mind
    • 4. WAYS AND STYLE OF PLAY
    • 4.1 Importance and statistics of factors to choice the style of play
    • 4.1.2 The information of a player in a match in function of his position
    • 4.1.3 The ball possession
    • 4.2 Game possession: a way to understand football
    • 4.2.1 Definition and conceptualization
    • 4.2.2 Rule of this way of play
    • 4.2.3 First aspect to take account
    • 4.3 Teams in the history with this style of game
    • 4.3.1 Style of game in world cups
    • 4.4 Principles and style of positional game
    • 4.5 Distribution for space and areas
    • 4.6 Example in a output system 4-3-3
    • 5. POSITIONAL GAME
    • 5.1 Start up
    • 5.2 Organized attack
    • 5.2.1 Period objectives in function of ball area
    • 5.3 Position objective of each player and goalkeeper
    • 5.3.1 Actions to manifest of each player in the context
    • 5.4 Principles and collective behaviours
    • 5.5 Superiority in football. Kinds and ways to achieve
    • 5.6 Specifics principles of the positional game
    • 6. THE IMPORTANCE OF THE GAME SYSTEM
    • 6.1 The key to choice a system and the importance into positional game
    • 6.2 The game model and the guide of the team
    • 6.2.1 The principles and subprinciples of a model game
    • 6.3 The universal principles of the game
    • 6.4 The collective game the base of a team
    • 6.4.1 Build an combined attacks
    • 6.5 Ways to attack in front different defensive styles
    • 6.6 The defensive organization after missing the ball
    • 6.6.1 Behaviour after missing the ball
    • 6.6.2 The pressing and withdrawal
    • 6.7 Collective defensive fundaments
    • 6.8 Basic defensive structure
    • 6.9 The keys to recover the missing ball
    • 7. THE DEFENSIVE STYLE AND THE BEHAVIOUR THROUGH RECUPERATION
    • 7.1 The bases of the defensive train
    • 7.2 The defensive way we need to use
    • 7.3 Principles of an organized defence
    • 7.4 Orientation of the opponent game
    • 7.5 Kinds of defensive positioning
    • 7.6 Collective defensive fundaments unbreakable
    • 7.7 The roll in function of the position in the field
    • 7.8 The counterattack and his way to explode
    • 7.9 The favourable aspects and unfavourable
    • 7.10 The principles and consign most important to get success
    • 8. THE MANAGEMENT OF A TEAM
    • 8.1 The methodology and the style of teaching
    • 8.2 The cognitive training
    • 8.2.1 Significant learning
    • 8.3 The guide discovery
    • 8.4 The creativity
    • 8.5 The methodology strategies
    • 8.5.1 Ways to conditioned the task with and objective
    • 8.6 The management and formative style of a coach
    • 8.7 The ways to communicate. The assertiveness
    • 8.7.1 The emotional control to the coach
    • 8.8 The management of the team in every moment
    • 8.9 The missions of all constituents of the technical staff
    • 9. COMPETENCE AND KNOWLEDGE OF A COACH
    • 9.1 Bases of the human anatomy
    • 9.2 The biomechanical of human body
    • 9.3 The nutrition of athlete
    • 10. THE KEYS OF A COACH
    • 10.1 The effective habits to be coach
    • 10.2 The importance of communication
    • 10.3 Active listening
    • 10.4 The empathy and the assertiveness
    • 10.5 The verbal and not verbal communication
    • 10.6 Introduction to emotions of a coach
    • 10.7 The images of a coach and her identity
    • 11. INTRODUCE AN STYLE OF WORK INTO A CLUB
    • 11.1 Star up of all necessary process
    • 11.2 The global planning to carry it out
    • 11.3 Explanation of a methodological guide in function of the evolutionary period of the player
    • 11.4 The education and the values into the entity
    • 11.5 Game style and the principles into the quarry
    • 12. TRAINING WAYS
    • 12.1 The phases of learning
    • 12.2 The planning of training in a team
    • 12.3 Different ways to perform
    • 12.4 The state form of a player
    • 12.5 How to get an optimal performance
    • 12.6 The volume and intensity of training
    • 12.7 The cognitive fatigue
    • 13. TRAINING SESSION
    • 13.1 Principles of a sport training
    • 13.2 The warm up and back to the calm
    • 13.3 The principles of specificity
    • 13.4 The didactic of train
    • 13.5 Teaching method inquiry and analytic
    • 13.6 Differentiating learning
    • 13.7 Creation tactic culture
    • 13.8 Force and resistance training
    • 14. TASK METHODOLOGY
    • 14.1 Warm up characteristics, positive and negative aspects, examples
    • 14.2 Unspecific possessions, characteristics, positive and negative aspects, examples
    • 14.3 Structured possessions characteristics, positive and negative aspects, examples
    • 14.4 Position game characteristics, negative and positive aspects, examples
    • 14.5 Preferential situation simulated, characteristics, negative and positive aspects, examples
    • 14.6 Conditioned matches, characteristics, positive and negative aspects, examples
    • 14.7 Real matches, characteristics, negative and positive aspects, examples
    • 14.8 Reduced matches, characteristics, positive and negative aspects, examples
    • 14.9 Force and resistance training, characteristics, negative and positive aspects, examples
    • 14.10 Preventive and compensatory work, characteristics, negative and positive aspects, example
    • 14.11 Justification and train to set-pieces
    • 15. THE IMPORTANCE OF THE OPPONENT ANALYSIS
    • 15.1 Scouting justification
    • 15.2 Scouting evolution
    • 15.3 Kinds of observation
    • 15.4 Observe aspects for the analyst
    • 16. FINAL WORK

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    Center accredited by Universidad Isabel I

    In collaboration with:

    RCDE School

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