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    • LONDON 2010
    • KNVB CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 2 VAN 37
    • The Netherlands (1)Zeist CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 3 VAN 37
    • Top GrassrootsCG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 4 VAN 37
    • KNVB CLUBS• League Organization • Participation in Organized• National Youth Football Leagues Development Program • Club Youth Development• National Youth Teams Program• National Talent Scouting • Individual Youth U11-U21 (girls and boys) Development Program• Coaching Academy • Talent Scouting • Accommodations CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 5 VAN 37
    • CLUBLIFE!• Infrastructure  volunteers!• Individual perspective  local government• Compatition  board  accommodation• Coaches  history• Working together  .. CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 6 VAN 37
    • DEVELOPMENT OF YOUTH PLAYERSFacts and research CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 7 VAN 37
    • CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 8 VAN 37
    • CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 9 VAN 37
    • CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 10 VAN 37
    • CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 11 VAN 37
    • CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 12 VAN 37
    • CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 13 VAN 37
    • THE FORMULARegional YouthAcademyProfessionalFootball/AmateurFootballAmateur Football CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 14 VAN 37
    • RESPONSIBILITY De RYA: pro player development. • Responsibility Small pro/big AF: the next step AF-clubs: each individual to his/her top. CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 15 VAN 37
    • CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 16 VAN 37
    • RYA KNVB RFC Max 14 Regional Football Centers KNVB Clubcoach/Coach RYA Grassroots ClubsCG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 17 VAN 37
    • CLUBDEVELOPMENT ambition problems KNVB-tool KNVB ‘set your Downloads Clubscan & Docs ambition’ CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 18 VAN 37
    • DUTCH FOOTBALL, GRASSROOTS TO TOP CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 20 VAN 37
    • JeugdvoetballeerprocesE-pupillen A B presteren als team in de competitie C spelen als een team D afstemmen van basis- taken binnen team E leren spelen 11 tegen 11 vanuit een basistaak F leren samen doel- gericht te spelen 7 tegen 7 MP doelgericht leren handelen met bal leren beheersen van de bal 4 tegen 4 CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 21 VAN 37
    • http://www.knvb.nl/allemaaluitblinkers CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 22 VAN 37
    • CLIP CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 23 VAN 37
    • 2006 - 2011“PARTICIPATION ALL YOUTH THROUGH SPORTS” CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 24 VAN 39Jens van der Kerk 9th december 2010 London
    • Ministery of Health, Welfare and Sport Ministery of Housing, Community and Integration 2006 – 2011 More participation of disadvantaged youth 9 National sports associations 11 Municipalities 500 Clubs > 70 Deprived neighbourhoodsCG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 25 VAN 39
    • Cross-sectoral cooperation !!!Municipalities Sports Associations• responsible for social inclusion • Clubs are the most important link • Associations know their clubs best CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 26 VAN 39
    • First outcomes …• > 20% growth• Clubs has become stronger• New sport offers has been developped• Cross-sectoral cooperation works !!• SA’s adopt their social responsibilty CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 27 VAN 39
    • Enormous differences in approach: KNVB• Recruiting …………………….…. ….. Strenghten the Clubs• Club based plans …………………… Centralized approach• Tools ……………..………………. …. …Customized support• Focus on Trainers ………………. Board & Commisioners• Strong clubs ……………..……………… …. Weak Clubs CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 28 VAN 39
    • 273 Footbal clubs located in or nearby deprived neighbourhoods CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 29 VAN 39
    • Those clubs are characterized by ….• “Grey board” • They “are” the club • Hardly affinity with target group • Problems to get volunteers • Very few sponsors • Low capability to change • “Emotional distance”• “Coloured members” • No history with club life CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 30 VAN 39
    • KNVB approach …. Objectives Programmes • Supporting the board 1. Vitalization • Train the trainers & coaches 2. Social climate • Club & School projects • Sportsmanship & Respect 3. Outward look • Club & Youth Care projects • Johan Cruyff Courts • Campaign “Football Parents” CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 31 VAN 39
    • KNVB approach …. Programmes • Supporting the board8, 4, 3 hours a week • Training for trainersGoal setting every 6 month • Sportsmanship & Respect- basic processes- vision & plans • Club & School projects- obtain more volunteers • Club & Youth Care- youth committee • Johan Cruyff Courts • Football parents campaign CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 32 VAN 39
    • Lessons learned There is no recipe Key persons Involve “new parents” Old identity ----- New identity Activities in the neighbourhood Put energy in club life CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 33 VAN 39
    • Campaign “Football Parents” CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 34 VAN 39
    • ADVISORY OF THE NOC ABOUT CONTINUING MEEDOEN 1. Invest in the educational /pedagogical power of sportclubs 2. Ensure that sports associations share knowledge and jointly develop programmes 3. Enable sport clubs to work together in the neighbourhood (liaison officer sport – municipality) 4. Inform “social partners” better about the possibilities and successes of sport as a tool CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 35 VAN 39
    • “More than a Club” “The Open Club” Educational / pedagogical climate Vital Clubs Vison & Plans Basic processes in order Safe and Social climateCG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 36 VAN 39
    • CG 09-12-2010 PAGINA 37 VAN 37