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DFB - Youth Development Programme

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DFB - Youth Development Programme

  1. 1. Youth development programme DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
  2. 2. 01 Agenda DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕡ Basic information ᕢ Youth development structures
  3. 3. ᕡ BASIC INFORMATION Development through teamwork DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME DFB Regional associations Clubs School system 02
  4. 4. 03 Goals DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕡ BASIC INFORMATION Interactive goals Motivation to play and move Fascination football Top ranking in international football
  5. 5. 04 Guidelines DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕡ BASIC INFORMATION Interactive guidelines Systematic development Individual development Personal development
  6. 6. 05 General concept DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕡ BASIC INFORMATION Enjoyment of the activity Will to win Technique under pressure Team structure and hierarchy Tactical concept Multifunction fitness
  7. 7. 11-14 YEARS 21-29 YEARS 06 Youth development levels DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕡ BASIC INFORMATION 30 YEARS PLUS 3-6 YEARS Perfection of peak performance Preparing for peak performance Stabilisation Learning Playing Stabilising peak performance7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Moving 17-20 YEARS 15-18 YEARS 7-10 YEARS
  8. 8. 07 Youth development structure DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕡ BASIC INFORMATION Step 4 Top-level football (18 YEARS PLUS) Step 3 Elite promotion (15-20 YEARS) Step 2 Talent development (11-18 YEARS) Step 1 Basic training (3-10 YEARS) İİİİ NATIONAL TEAMS INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL BUNDESLIGA YOUTH- NATIONAL TEAMS CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE/ ELITE SCHOOLS ELITE SCHOOLS CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE REGIONAL ASSOCIATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME CLUB TEAMS SCHOOL SYSTEM KINDERGARTEN
  9. 9. 08 Key benefits DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕡ BASIC INFORMATION Permeability between all develop- ment levels Provision of training principles Cooperation between all develop- ment levels Nationwide scouting system Individual promotion of talented players
  10. 10. 09 ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE Step 1 Basic training (3-10 YEARS) DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME Kindergarten, school system and club teams
  11. 11. 10 Goal: Holistic personal and physical development DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE - STEP 1 BASIC TRAINING KINDERGARTEN, SCHOOL SYSTEM AND CLUB TEAMS Social learningCognitive skills Health Motor skills
  12. 12. 11 Learning points DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE - STEP 1 BASIC TRAINING KINDERGARTEN, SCHOOL SYSTEM AND CLUB TEAMS Experiencing football General movement skills Learning by playing football
  13. 13. 12 The role of the coach DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE - STEP 1 BASIC TRAINING KINDERGARTEN, SCHOOL SYSTEM AND CLUB TEAMS Assistance Training Games
  14. 14. 13 Age-appropriate football games DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE - STEP 1 BASIC TRAINING KINDERGARTEN, SCHOOL SYSTEM AND CLUB TEAMS 20 m 15 m 4 vs 4 4 vs 4 4 vs 4 4 vs 44 vs 4 7 vs 7 ca. 55 m ca. 35 m ca. 35 m 7 vs 7 5 vs 5 6 vs 6 ca. 40 m ca. 25 m ca. 35 m System of play: 4 vs 4 (no Goalkeeper) or 4 + Goalkeeper vs 4 + Goalkeeper Field Size: 20 x 15 meter Goals: 2 meter Game operation: Exhibition games System of play: 5 vs 5 up to 7 vs 7 (including Goalkeeper) Field Size: circa 35 x 25 meter (5 – 5, 6 – 6), circa 40 x 35 meter (7 – 7) Goals: 5 meter wide, 2 meter high Game operation: Recreational games System of play: 7 vs 7 (including Goalkeeper) Field Size: circa 55 x 35 meter Goals: 5 meter wide, 2 meter high Game operation: Local leagues U3 to U6 U7 to U8 U9 to U10
  15. 15. 14 ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE Step 2: Talent development (11-18 YEARS) DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME 1. Youth development programme 2. Centers of excellence 3. Elite football schools 4. Regional associations
  16. 16. 15 Organisation DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE - STEP 2 TALENT DEVELOPMENT 1. YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME 366 Regional bases 1.000 Coaches 14.000 Players between 11-15 years 29 Coordinators 600.000 Scouted players Systematic training
  17. 17. 16 Goals DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE - STEP 2 TALENT DEVELOPMENT 1. YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME Scouting and promotion of regional talents Technical and tactical perfection Encouraging players to practice at home Individual promotion without pressure to succeed Additional individual training Support for regional club coaches
  18. 18. 17 Principles DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE - STEP 2 TALENT DEVELOPMENT 1. YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME Systematic training! Holistic approach! Detailed feedback! Individual coaching! Playing and practicing! Long-term goals!
  19. 19. 18 Organisation DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE - STEP 2 TALENT DEVELOPMENT 2. CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE 45 Centers of excellence Promotion of the most talented players ca. 200 full-time coaches Required since 2002 Licensing-system since 2008 Further education Manual of best practices
  20. 20. Standards of excellence19 ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE - STEP 2 TALENT DEVELOPMENT 2. CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME Highly qualified coaches Optimal field and practice conditions Promotion of the most talented players Extensive scouting system Integration of academic and vocational training Housing for external players Optimal injury prevention and rehabilitation
  21. 21. 20 DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE - STEP 2 TALENT DEVELOPMENT 2. CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE Goals Promotion of the most talented players Integration of academy players into the first team Cooperation with regional amateur clubs Identification of the supporters with regional professional players Development of as many professional players as possible Transfery players for refinancing
  22. 22. 21 DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE - STEP 2 TALENT DEVELOPMENT 2. CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE Principles Professional attitude! Enjoyment of the game! Support players own initiative! Integration of football and academics! Individual training loads! Develop and challenge players individual!
  23. 23. 22 DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE - STEP 2 TALENT DEVELOPMENT 3. ELITE FOOTBALL SCHOOLS Organisation 28 Elite football schools Holistic promotion of the most talented players There of 7 for female players Additional training Coordination of academic and athletic concerns 18 Accreditation criteria Standardised practice plans Regional teams
  24. 24. 23 DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE - STEP 2 TALENT DEVELOPMENT 3. ELITE FOOTBALL SCHOOLS Goals Training Football training/ Individual promotion Studying Academic and vocational training OPTIMAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME Living Personal development
  25. 25. 24 Principels DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE - STEP 2 TALENT DEVELOPMENT 3. ELITE FOOTBALL SCHOOLS Teaching values such as fair-play, honesty, consideration, respect and ambition Optimal development of academic and athletic goals Integration of the youth into all processes Promotion of goal orientation on and off the field Qualifying youth players for future tasks PERSONALITY
  26. 26. 25 Goals of regional associations DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE - STEP 2 TALENT DEVELOPMENT 4. REGIONAL ASSOCIATIONS Game operation Club support Employee education Talent development
  27. 27. 26 Quality criteria DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE - STEP 2 TALENT DEVELOPMENT 4. REGIONAL ASSOCIATIONS Promotion of girls and school football Nationwide scouting system Coaching education Select teams Close cooperation Broad grassroots programmes
  28. 28. 2727 ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE Step 3 Elite promotion (15-20 YEARS) DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME 1. Youth national teams 2. Centers of excellence
  29. 29. 28 Goals DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE - STEP 3 ELITE PROMOTION 1. YOUTH NATIONAL TEAMS Goals ᕣ Integration of international trends and developments ᕤ Promotion of high levels of professionalism ᕥ Promotion of team-oriented players with a strong personality and will to win ᕡ Individual promotion of the most talented players/international titles ᕢ Training and playing on the highest possible international level ᕦ Development of a team structure and hierarchy ᕧ Exemplary behaviour and representation ᕨ Coordination of athletics as well as academic and vocational goals ᕩ Optimal regulation of individual training loads
  30. 30. 29 Planning for peak performance DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE - STEP 3 ELITE PROMOTION 1. YOUTH NATIONAL TEAMS Medical assistance Personalised fitness training Position-specific training Optimal self-management Maintaining health Video-feedback Performance tests Psychological assistance Technique Tactics Personality PEAK PERFORMANCE Fitness İİİİ İİİİ
  31. 31. 30 Structure of further support DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE - STEP 3 ELITE PROMOTION 2. CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE TALENT U19 Personal coordinatior Choose cooperation with all team coaches Analysics of system games and practices Individual game and practice schedule Analysics of individual training loads ĭ ĭ ĭ DFB and regional associations First team Second team
  32. 32. 31 ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE Step 4 Professional football (18 YEARS PLUS) DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
  33. 33. 32 ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE - STEP 4 PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL General concept DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME DFB GAME AND PRACTICE PHILOSOPHY ĭ ĭ ĭ ĭ ĭ ĭ PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL TALENT DEVELOPMENT COACHING EDUCATION Orientation for coaching education programmes Long-term concepts Game and practice concepts for professional teams Drills, practices and coaching principles Age-appropiate philosophy Guidelines for coaching instructions Trends in international football Traditional strenghts ĭĭ
  34. 34. 33 ᕢ YOUTH DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE - STEP 4 PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL Table of content for trend-analyses DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ᕢ Playing out from the back ᕡ System of play ᕣ Attaching principles ᕤ Defending principles ᕥ Set pieces ᕦ Goalkeeper-analyses ᕧ Star players ᕨ Finishing ᕩ Tactical variability µ Highlights EM 2004 Technical report of the European Championship WM 2006 Technical report of the World Cup EM 2008 Technical report of the European Championship ANALYSE EUROPAMEISTERSCHAFT 2004 ANALYSE WELTMEISTERSCHAFT 2006
  35. 35. 34 Youth development programme DFB - YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!

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