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Evaluation of physical fitness, body composition, basic as well as specific game skills of young football players.
Stehlík, Jiří ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Frýbort, Pavel (referee)
Title: Evaluation of physical fitness, body composition, basic as well as specific game skills of young football players. Objectives: The main aim is to discover the mutual relations between motor performance, basic movement skills and game skills in young football players. At the same time, the aim is to determine the differences in the above-mentioned parameters between junior players and senior players. Methods: The main research method used was observation - measurement and testing. The research group included 38 football players of the FC Hvězda Cheb (18 junior and 20 senior football players). Physical fitness was tested using a standardized Unifittest 6-60 test, gaming skills were tested according to the handbook on the ProFutbalAnalytics.cz website and basic skills were tested using the TGMD-2 test. Results: Significant differences in favor of the senior players were found in all individual tests of physical fitness and game skills. A significant correlation (p <0.01; r = 0.558) between basic movement skills and game skills in the tested players was confirmed. A medium correlation was discovered between physical fitness and gaming skills in the tested players (p <0.05; r = 0.479). Keywords: football, physical fitness, body composition, UNIFITTEST, TGMD-2, basic and specific game skills
Assessment the level of condition, basic motor coordination and football skills between two age categories of young football players.
Vrabec, Ondřej ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Musálek, Martin (referee)
Title: Assessment of the level of condition, basic motor coordination, and football skills between two age categories of young football players. Objectives: Find out possible differences in the level of condition, basic motor coordination, and specific football skills between two age categories of young players (U14 and U15). At the same time, the aim is to determine the effect of different rates of biological growth on fitness performance, basic motor coordination, and football skills. The last goal is to find out the level of association between the indicator of the condition, basic motor coordination and football skills. Methods: The main scientific method of theoretical - empiric character was observation and testing. Research field consisted of the players of category U14 (n=24; Age = 13,79±0,49; Height = 166,1±8,42; Weight = 46,7±8,65) and U15 (n=25; Age = 14,8±0,33; Height = 173,17±7,39; Weight = 61,82±8,52) from the football club FK Motorlet Praha. The level of fitness was measured in tests of a sprint at 10 and 30 meters, 505 agility test, Illinois agility test, long jump, Yo-Yo Intermittent Recovery Test Level 1. The level of basic motor coordination was determined with the Körperkoordinationtest für Kinder test battery (KTK test) containing 4 subtests: balancing backwards, jumping...
Efficacy of Education for Youth Representations in the Czech Republic
Baratynskyy, Ivan ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Frýbort, Pavel (referee)
Title: Effectiveness of education for youth football teams in the Czech Republic. Objectives: To determine the participation of clubs and regions that are most involved in the education of youth representation players in the categories U16, U17, U18, U19, U20 and U21 which was born in 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004. Methods: Mixed research Results: Our survey results confirmed a crucial role in the football training of future youth representatives in clubs with professional status (2095 years; 64%) compared to amateur clubs (1210 years; 36%). The largest part of the time period of sports training until the status of a youth representative was achieved was provided by the Prague city with 861 years (27%). The Karlovarský (47 years; 1%), Liberecký and Vysočina (28 years; 1%) regions present a very low efficiency of education in youth representations in the Czech Republic. 219 regions (65%) were raised in one region and more regions participated in 117 players (35%). AC Sparta Praha (487 years with registration with 73 players) and SK Slavia Praha (382 years with registration with 62 players) participate the most in the education of players in youth teams. The first registration in the FACR registration system is dominant for clubs with amateur status (257 players; 76%) compared to clubs...
The effect of the winter preparation period torwards the explosive power in amateur football players
Bébr, Milan ; Jebavý, Radim (advisor) ; Kokštejn, Jakub (referee)
Title The effect of the winter preparation period torwards the explosive power in amateur football players Objectives To find out what efect has preparation period on explosive power of lower limbs at football players of the regional championship level. Methods Quantitative research was held as a motorical testing of football team Sokol Kolovraty (n = 20) during winter preparation period. To determine the development of explosive power of the lower limbs was selected 5 motoric tests: High jump from the spot, Four jump from foot to foot, Long jump from the spot, Triple jump on the left (right) leg, Deep forward bend in standing position. This study was so-called "cross over" study, or as crossover study in which the team was divided by randomization info two groups, group A and a group B. The first half of the study (4 weeks) the group A performer strength intervention and the group B a different running intervention. In the middle of the research, after control measurements, the group exchanged their intervetnions. Results Based on the Mix-design ANOVA I can state the results showed the statistical significance of strength intervention compared to running intervention without strength exercise. In all test fot the explosive power of the lowe limbs the positive changes occurred during the strength...
Load comparison between different small sided games in young footballers
Hruška, Radek ; Malý, Tomáš (advisor) ; Kokštejn, Jakub (referee)
Title: Comparing the level of load in different types of small football games in young junior category Objectives: The aim of this diploma thesis is to determine the influence of individual variable parameters (goal of the game, involvement of goalkeepers, involvement of jokers, rules) in small football games (SSG) on external and internal load of players in elite players of category under 14. Methods: The research group consisted of 10 players from the U14 category. Data were recorded using GPSports and a Polar T34. Each of compared small games differed in goal, number of players, rules and size of the playing area. During testing, we measured the total distance (m/min), speed (km / h), heart rate (heart rate/min), acceleration and deceleration (m.s-2 ) and high metabolic load distance (m/min) Results: From the results of the work, we confirmed that the individual SSG formats have different effects on the external and internal load of players. Players ran greater total distances in measured position games, than in games with goalkeepers. While the average maximum speed was very similar in all games, in positional games compared to games with goalkeepers, the players measured a higher average speed. The results further show that the external load on the offensive universal was greater than for...
Comparison of small, medium and large sides games in elite youth soccer players with respect to loading
Zerzán, Miloš ; Malý, Tomáš (advisor) ; Kokštejn, Jakub (referee)
Title: Comparison of small, medium and large games for elite youth football players in terms of load. Aims: The aim of this work was to compare small, medium and large games for elite youth football players U17 in terms of load, where we used various forms of interval games from small through medium to large games. Methods: The research group consisted of 18 U17 players. Data was recorded using GPSspots instruments and a Polar T34 chest strap. The games were divided into small forms, medium forms and large forms. Each of the given forms of games differed in the number of players from 1 in 1 to 10 in 10, the load interval, the number of repetitions, the length of rest time and the size of the field. During testing we measured speed (km / h), distance traveled (m / min), heart rate (beats / min), number of all sprints, number of repeated sprints. Results: The results of this thesis indicate that the maximum speed of players increases with the increase in size of game format. Players reach the highest maximum speeds in LSG games. The heart rate was around 167 beats in the compared interval games, and in MSG games the heart rate was two beats lower. Furthermore, the results also show that small forms of games involve more repeated sprints compared to medium and large games. In terms of distance...
Assessment of individual game performance in football players U10
Kuta, Marek ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Frýbort, Pavel (referee)
Name: Assessment of individual game performance in football players U10 Objectives: The aim of the thesis is to analyse the success rate of the chosen playing skills in competitive matches in the U10 category in football. Methods: The researched group was made of fifteen individuals, including two goalkeepers, with the average age 10 years, ± 0,5 year. The individuals were observed and evaluated in five matches. The method of analysis was used to gather the data. The data were taken down by the scale system and written into the recording sheet. Three football skills were chosen for the research - pass, dribbling past the opponent, and ball reception. Nonparametric coefficient r was used for the determination of material significance of the differences. Results: Much higher success rate of the pass was discovered on the defensive half in comparison to the attacking half (85,84 % vs. 72,37 %; r = 0,83). Dribbling past the opponent was more frequent on the attacking half in comparison to the defensive half (28,37 vs. 21,67; coefficient r = 0,78), however, there was not any significant difference in the success on the attacking half in comparison to the defensive half (57,39 % vs. 53,39 %; coefficient r = 0,27). Player's passes were more successful compared to their dribbling-past-the-opponent skill...
Level and degree of association of selected abilties, motor skills in football players category U6
Varjan, Matej ; Malý, Tomáš (advisor) ; Kokštejn, Jakub (referee)
Title: Level and degree of association of selected motor abilities, motor skills in football players category U6. Objectives: The aim of the research is to identify the level of the selected motor abilities, motor skills and motor docility and to determine the degree of association between these performance components in football players category U6. Methods: The research group (n = 52; age = 6.1 ± 0.3 years) consisted of football players of SK Slavia Praha Youth Academy. The participants completed one-time test battery which consisted of motor docility tests (IOWA- BRACE test), five tests of the motor abilities (5m and 10m linear running acceleration, 5m flying maximum speed, standing long jump, 4x10m shuttle run) and two tests of the specific football skills (4x10m shuttle run with a ball, slalom skills test). The degree of association was determined via Pearson's correlation coefficient. Results: The part with the results provides information on the level of the players' motor abilities, motor skills based on the values obtained through performed tests. The statistically significant degree of association was found between all tests across the entire test battery except for one pair (long jump from place x shuttle run with a ball). Materially significant, medium to very strong correlation r =...
Assessment of selected components of game performance in soccer in the U10 category
Váňa, Roman ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Musálek, Martin (referee)
Title: Assessment of selected components of game performance in soccer in the U10 category Objectives: The main objective is to determine the relationship between selected indicators of fundamental motor skills, physical skills, specific football skills and the success of game indicators in a match for 9-year-old football players. At the same time, the aim of the work is to find out the current level of fitness and their comparison with the population norm. Methods: Quantitative research with empirical elements was used for the practical part of this thesis. The method of measurement and observation was chosen as the research method. The research group consisted of U10 players from the AC Sparta Prague (n = 16). The level of fundamental motor skills was determined by using the TGMD-2 test (Test of Gross Motor Development), the level of specific football skills was determined using slalom and LSPT (Loughborough Soccer Passing Test), the level of fitness was determined using the agility test and beep test. The success of the game skills in the match (passing and 1on1) was determined from the video recordings of selected matches. Results: No relationship was found between the evaluated performance based on the analysis of the success of selected game skills and the basic motor skills evaluated by the...
The effect of age at the level of technical skills and speed of goalkeepers in football.
Hlubuček, Daniel ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Bujnovský, David (referee)
Name: The effect of age at the level of technical skills and speed of goalkeepers in football. Objectives: The aim of the diploma thesis was to determine possible differences in the level of technical skills and movement speed of football goalkeepers across age categories (11 - 19 years). At the same time, the aim was to find out any differences between goalkeepers from the professional and amateur club. Methods: The level of technical skills was determined using two specific goalie tests, the Sprint Keeper Test (S-Keeper test) and the Laterl Shuffle-Keeper Test (LS-Keeper test). Movement speed was determined using sprints 5 and 10m. Results: A significant effect of age on performance in the S-Keeper and LS-Keeper test was found between the individual age categories (p <0.01; p <0.05, respectively). Significant differences were found between pupil and adolescent categories, except for the difference between older pupils and younger adolescents in the LS-Keeper test (non-dominant foot). Furthermore, no differences were found between younger and older pupils and also between younger and older adolescents (in the S-Keeper test and LS-Keeper test). In the tests of movement speed 5m and 10m, significant differences were found between all age categories. In the S-Keeper test, LS- Keeper test and sprint...

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