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Stig Bjornebye: UEFA Grassrooots Reflections
Stig Bjornebye: UEFA Grassrooots Reflections
Stig Bjornebye: UEFA Grassrooots Reflections
Stig Bjornebye: UEFA Grassrooots Reflections
Stig Bjornebye: UEFA Grassrooots Reflections
Stig Bjornebye: UEFA Grassrooots Reflections
Stig Bjornebye: UEFA Grassrooots Reflections
Stig Bjornebye: UEFA Grassrooots Reflections
Stig Bjornebye: UEFA Grassrooots Reflections
Stig Bjornebye: UEFA Grassrooots Reflections
Stig Bjornebye: UEFA Grassrooots Reflections
Stig Bjornebye: UEFA Grassrooots Reflections
Stig Bjornebye: UEFA Grassrooots Reflections
Stig Bjornebye: UEFA Grassrooots Reflections
Stig Bjornebye: UEFA Grassrooots Reflections
Stig Bjornebye: UEFA Grassrooots Reflections
Stig Bjornebye: UEFA Grassrooots Reflections
Stig Bjornebye: UEFA Grassrooots Reflections
Stig Bjornebye: UEFA Grassrooots Reflections
Stig Bjornebye: UEFA Grassrooots Reflections
Stig Bjornebye: UEFA Grassrooots Reflections
Stig Bjornebye: UEFA Grassrooots Reflections
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  • 1. STIG INGE BJØRNEBYE Grassroots Reflections
  • 2. Communication to Grassroots: Can we be heard? Grassroots values?
  • 3. Grassroots football every day, every where… • NFF • Over 300.000 games played per year • Club structure – 1913, 14 teams per club • Coaches - 27 532 teams • 50% of boys aged 6-12 • 25% of girls aged 6-12 • Countless volunteers! Top clubs represent only 2,4% of all clubs. Can they reach out, do they know how, and can they be effective?
  • 4. From social responsibility and a lot of misunderstanding to player development and an understanding: • From narrow view, to wide perspectives: • Skill-evaluation from “touch” to “over all” • Talent vs. Maturing • Messi vs. Mastering
  • 5. Could, or should this be like Barcelona? Camp Nou Alfheim Stadium Based on Norwegian sports model We must build our own identity With humbleness and faith
  • 6. Best sports nations in the world: (Sport Bild) Rank Country Population (mill) 1 USA 313 2 China 1 347 3 Germany 81 4 Russia 143 5 Canada 34 6 France 65 7 UK 62 8 Norway 5 9 Australia 22 10 South Korea 48 11 Italy 60 12 Netherland 16
  • 7. A history of the volunteers movement Ullevaal 1935 Holmenkollen 1952
  • 8. Volunteers still vital today:
  • 9. Our Grassroots Formula Safety and Mastering + Challenge = Enjoyment and Development
  • 10. Activity: • Create security but also challenges • Activity which stimulate more activity (on your own) • Activity as base for belonging • Enjoy longing for the next SESSION • Enjoy longing for next SEASON Last week in Galway: Årvoll, Oslo vs Irland U-15 0-3
  • 11. The good feeling! • The smell of new boots! • The friends! • Tournaments • The sound of a perfect kick! • Repetitions and mastering! • Development ownership ”Do we learn by theory and dreams, or by doing?”
  • 12. Is Norway’s peculiarity a strength or weakness? Activate as many players as As long as To be as good as Possible Impossible?I’m possible!
  • 13. Social responsibility in grassroots football – in conflict with elite development? • They are dependent on each other! • They are feeding each other • They should demand from each other • They should assist each other
  • 14. What’s a talent? • Technique? • Speed? • Physical strength? • Born in January? • Structure in training ? • Interest in game? Who can crack the code?
  • 15. The most important talent is: Motivation!
  • 16. Action plan 2012-2015, in short: • Raised quality on all activities • Raised competence in key roles • Raised awareness at club level • Development depending on continuity A stronger pathway to football for all.
  • 17. Games and shapes, in line with modern football 3 vs 3 5 vs 5 7 vs 7 9 vs 9 11 vs 11 Boys 5 - 6 7 - 10 11 - 13 13 - 14 14 - Girls 5 - 6 7 - 10 11 - 13 13 – 14/15 15 - Technical description: Junior and Youth Football
  • 18. Games and shapes, in line with modern football Why? • Technique • Tactical flexibility • Football intelligence • Speed - Less time, less space
  • 19. Quality boost with record output? • treningsøkta.no • Telenor Xtra • Quality Club Project
  • 20. Quality Club Project
  • 21. Development vs political obstacles in football: We «sold» the need, the effect, and the concept first: • Presidency • Chief executive • Administration, Development positions • Grassroots Committee • Elite Coaching Committee • The 18 Regional FA’s This inclusion was necessary - applauded by the stakeholders It gave us motivation and power to develop. Lesson learnt: do the lobbying, get stakeholder buy in first…
  • 22. Thank you!

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