Football Academies: A Key Asset Football Clubs Have at Their Fingertips
Thu 16th Mar 2017 | Football Industry Events
One of football clubs' most valuable and strategic assets are their football academies. This area of a club not only represents its values and history, but can also be the keystone for sustainable results club-wide.
Many have successfully managed football academies for years in regions where sports governance has a strong focus on children, but in other places there have been a deficit of best practices and productivity-increasing tools.
Technology-Driven Model to Develop Professional Players
With the globalization of the football industry, awareness of the importance of football academies has increased and become a top concern right up with user experience in stadiums and television rights. But football clubs have traditionally followed classic, procedure-focused manuals that are often misaligned with real life experiences. Results have often failed to meet expectations, and academy opportunities have failed to materialize. Management of academies has become complex as data-driven decisions become imperative.
Spain is Leading the Management Revolution by Using Technology in Training Centers
It is no secret that the football talent attracted by this region is unparalleled. In the last few years we have enjoyed a renewed international focus on the football academies of Spain, underscoring the fact that fundamental tactics employed by the teams are working properly. Clubs around the world are starting to get interested in the infrastructure and technological needs to perform results such as the ones in Spain.
It is for this reason that Director11 is hosting a conference to introduce the latest technology available to support the smart management of football academies. "Technology and Academies" will place in Madrid on March 23, 2017, with the attendance of more than 60 training center directors, specialists, and technology providers. Five of the top clubs of LaLiga will present on their current experiences and future expectations. The objectives of this event are:
- To be the linking platform on the management of football academies and training centres.
- Share outstanding management cases of clubs in Spain and the world.
- Share the latest technological solutions dedicated to grassroots football.
- Implement good practices and standardize integrating links of methodology, competition, infrastructure, systems and performance technology.
This event will become global for the next edition. So if you aim to participate as a club, technology solution or delegate, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by: Kev Howland
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