Digitization! China Football Association builds elite youth player data tracking report
China News Service, Beijing, August 13th. According to the website of the Chinese Football Association, the Chinese Football Association has organized training camps for young elite players of different age groups this year. The basic information, physical data, and game data of the participating players are included. The Football Association will carry out long-term tracking and growth records for talented players.
The Chinese Football Association organized this year Men’s youth elite player training camps for the 2005/2006 age group and 2007/2008 age group. In addition, training camps for women’s U13, U14 and U15 age groups have also been organized.
The basic information, physical data, match data, etc. of all participating players are collected and entered into the intelligent big data analysis platform of the Chinese Football Association Youth Training Digital Management System. The Chinese Football Association will carry out long-term tracking of talented players And growth record.
Every player participating in the elite youth training camp will receive a detailed personal data tracking report. Including overall evaluation, suggestions, five-ring ability assessment, various basic athletic ability test data, sports injury statistics, etc. The personal data tracking report also provides a quantifiable reference for players’ follow-up targeted training and improvement.
Personal data tracking report, based on the two dimensions of coach evaluation and basic athletic ability test data, establishes the selection and evaluation criteria that meet the current situation of Chinese football youth training talents. Based on the intelligent big data analysis platform of the Chinese Football Association, a comprehensive grasp of the current situation of the strength of young Chinese players of all ages, and the training of reserve talents will also be more targeted.
The Chinese Football Association will establish data on elite players in ten age groups from 2001 to 2010 to provide a sufficient selection base for the “national style” teams of all age groups. (End)