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Assessment of general motor coordination, sprint speed and dribbling with the ball in young football players
Andrle, Štěpán ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Vampola, Jindřich (referee)
Title: Assessment of general motor coordination, sprint speed and dribbling with the ball in young football players. Purpose: Find out the relationship between measured parameters from the motor coordination tests (area of general motor ability), the timed slalom ball control test (area of football skills) and the sprint test with a change of direction (area of conditioning abilities) for the young football players (U6 - U11). Find out the possible differences between the age categories of pre-preparation (U6-U7), younger preparation (U8-U9) and older preparation (U10-U11). Find out possible differences between players with different levels of motor coordination in the slalom test with a ball and in the speed test with a change of direction. Methods: We used the method of observation and measurement for data collection. We used a form of field testing for the observations. The research group consisted of 90 football players in the preparation categories (U6, U7, U8, U9, U10 a U11) in the football club SK Slavia Prague. The Körperkoordinationtest für Kinder (KTK) test battery was used to determine the level of motor coordination. This test battery contains 4 tests from which the motor quotient can be calculated. Agility test was used to determine the fitness ability of the players movement speed...
The relationship between basic motor coordination and motor skills in primary school children
Chládek, Dominik ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Vampola, Jindřich (referee)
Title: The relationship between basic motor coordination and fundamental movement skills in primary school children Author: Dominik Chládek Supervisor: Mgr. Jakub Kokštejn Ph.D. Objectives: To investigace the level of motor coordination and basic motor skills in children of younger school age. At the same time, the aim is to find out the possible relationship between the level of motor coordination and fundamental movement skills. Methods: The test population included 106 pupils from grades 3 to 5, aged 10 to 11 of primary school. The TGMD-2 test battery was used to assess their motor skills level, while the KTK test battery was used to assess motor coordination. Results: The results of this research show below average to very poor performance on the TGMD-2 test in 96 (90.5 %) of the 106 probands. In the KTK test, 44 (41.5 %) children rating normal and 45 (42.5 %) probands rating good according to the motor quotient. Furthermore, there was a strong correlation between TGMD-2 and KTK tests and non-significant differences between boys and girls. Keywords: KTK, younger school age, motor abilities, movement skills, TGMD-2nd edition
Analysis of opponent's circumvention, passing and shooting in match of U12 soccer players
Zbur, Dominik ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Vampola, Jindřich (referee)
Name: Analysis of opponent's circumvention, passing and shooting in match of U12 soccer players Objectives: Aim of this thesis is to determine frequency and success rate of individual game activities (opponent's circumvention, passing and shooting) in competitive matches football players of the U12 category. Methods: The researsch team consisted of soccer players of the U12 category of the Alex Zbur Football Academy. The research participants were motitored in 5 competitive matches that were played in the spring part of the 2022/2023 season. Each match was played 2x35 minutes with 7 players and 1 goalkeeer. The method of indirect observation of recorded video recordings was used to obtaion individual data. Three attacking game activities of an inidividual were selected for research: opponent's circumvention, passing and shooting. Results: In the game activity of opponent's circumvention a significantly higher frequency was found in the attacking half of the field, an average of 64,2 times. The average sucess rate of opponent's circumvention reached 51,7 %. The most attempts were made in the frontal position using changes of direction in 1v1 situation. The pass was recorded an average of 211 times with a sucess rate of 65 %. The ground pass from 2 or more touches occurred most often. Most actions...
Anticipation sources for goalkeeper during a penalty kick in football
Kraus, Tomáš ; Carboch, Jan (advisor) ; Vampola, Jindřich (referee)
Title: Anticipatory sources of football goalkeepers when facing penalty kicks Objectives: The aim of the bachelor's thesis is to investigate what anticipatory cues professional soccer goalkeepers perceive and take into account when facing a penalty kick. Methods: The bachelor thesis employed a qualitative research design, specifically a case study. Professional and semi-professional football goalkeepers playing in the second and third highest Czech football leagues were selected as participants. All goalkeepers are currently active players, with ages ranging from 22 to 27. The interview method was used, consisting of 16 questions and lasting approximately 20-30 minutes, during which the players reflected on key factors related to the topic of anticipation in football goalkeepers during penalty kicks. The second phase of the research involved transcription of the interviews and their analysis. Results: The bachelor thesis described individual topics that highlight additional sources of anticipation explored by football goalkeepers during penalty situations. Football goalkeepers examine various contextual and kinematic information sources that assist them in anticipating shots during standard situations. It is also evident that goalkeepers do not fully utilize the potential of anticipation, which can...
The size of the movement load during the match in professional female soccer players
Lokaj, Ondřej ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Vampola, Jindřich (referee)
Title: The size of the movement load during the match in professional female soccer players Aims: Determining the amount of movement load during a championship match in professional female soccer players. Method: A total of 18 players from the club SK Slavia Praha participated in the research (Ø 24.8 years; the youngest 17 years old, the oldest 39 years old). The method of observation was using GPS technology for data collection in the form of field testing. The monitored external movement load variables were: Total Distance Travelled (TDT), High Intensity Running (HIR), Sprint Distance (SD), Sprints (number), Acceleration, Deceleration and Maximum Speed (MS). To evaluate the significance of the differences between individual categories, the substantive significance coefficient of Hedges's g was used. Results: Female centre-backs achieved lower values in total distance travelled (TDT) compared to full-backs, midfielders and center forwards (g = 0.91-1.27). A significant difference in the high intensity running (HIR) indicator in the match was not found between the central defenders and the other contributions. Here, we observed only a moderate difference, except for a significantly lower value compared to sub-spinal attackers. A very significant difference was found between the strikers and the...
The level of a generic motor coordination of football players aged 6 - 11 old.
Červený, Martin ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Vampola, Jindřich (referee)
Title: The level of a generic motor coordination of football players aged 6 - 11 old. Purpose: The aim of this bachelor thesis was to determine the level of generic motor coordination in the football categories (6-11 years old). At the same time, we assessed the significance of group differences. Methods: Total of 90 players of SK Slavia Praha born between 2011 and 2016 were involved in the research (U6 n=10, age = 6,0 ± 0,3; U7 n=14, age = 7,2 ± 0,2; U8 n=13, age = 8,0 ± 0,3; U9 n=19, age = 9,1 ± 0,3; U10 n=18, age = 10,2 ± 0,6; U11 n=18, age = 11,2 ± 0,2). The level of a generic motor coordination was assessed using the KTK test battery (Kiphard, Schilling, 2007). The observational method in the form of field testing was used for the data collection. Coefficient of substantive significance called Hedges' g was used to assess the significance of differences between categories. Results: In the results, it was found that between 19% to 54% of the players scored in the top category of "highly above average" in the KTK motor test. At least 80% of the players achieved performance in the top two categories of "highly above average + above average". The U9 category had the highest representation of the highest rating of Highly Above Average (53%) and the U10 category had the lowest representation - only...
Reliability of the GPS system in measuring key parameters of external load in youth soccer players.
Fojtík, Kamil ; Bujnovský, David (advisor) ; Vampola, Jindřich (referee)
Title: Reliability of the GPS system in measuring key parameters of external load in youth soccer players Objectives: The main objective of this study was to investigate reliability of a GPS system in measuring key parameters of external load in youth soccer players Methods: The research group consisted of 15 youth football players aged 15 - 18. They were U16 and U19 players from elite youth teams playing the highest competitions in their category. Players undergone field trials under the supervision of qualified professionals, which were running under the standard conditions described within the methology section of the theses. To determine the reliability of the GPS system, we used the Catapult Playertek system, where the player wore 3 trackers and performer various speed test field, on the football pitch on artificial grass of the third generation. Results: The results of the work provide information that, in terms of statistical significance, eighteen of the nineteen parameters are significant. In terms of substantive significance, 3 parameters have poor reliability - maximal acceleration and distances in acceleration zones 1 - 2 m·s−2 and 2 - 3 m·s−2 . 7 parameters have moderate reliability - distances in deceleration zones 1 - 2 m·s−2 , 2 - 3 m·s−2 , 3 - 4 m·s−2 and > 4 m·s−2 , distances in...
Comparison of explosive power in elite youth soccer players.
Horizral, Peter ; Bujnovský, David (advisor) ; Vampola, Jindřich (referee)
Title: Comparison of explosive power in elite youth soccer players Objective: The objective of this thesis was to determine the level of difference in selected parameters of the explosive strength of the lower limbs of elite youth soccer players between the age categories U14 and U15. Methods: The research set of this diploma thesis consisted of a total of 39 elite youth football players in the age category U15 and U14, who at the time of the test were players of the highest domestic football competition. The research group consisted of players of all playing positions (goalkeeper, defender, midfielder, forward). To analyze selected parameters of the explosive power of the lower limbs, a total of three types of vertical jump were used in laboratory conditions: vertical jump from a squat (English "squat jump"; SJ), vertical jump without arm swing (English "counter-movement jump; CMJ) and jump long jump ("broad jump" in English; BJ). The following parameters were analyzed: vertical jump height (cm) and long jump length (cm). Results: Statistical analysis found significant differences (p < 0.01) between monitored parameters. The analysis found a significant difference (p < 0.01) between squat vertical jump (SJ) and non-arm swing vertical jump (CMJ) height between the U15 and U14 groups. Older U15...
The degree of relationship between the level of motor coordination and the game skills of football players 13 - 15 years.
Hrabina, David ; Kokštejn, Jakub (advisor) ; Vampola, Jindřich (referee)
Title: The degree of relationship between the level of motor coordination and the game skills of football players 13 - 15 years. Purpose: The aim of the bachelor thesis is to find out the strength of mutual relations between general motor coordination and football skills in older pupils (13-15 years) in football. Methods: For this bachelor thesis we used the observation method for data collection. We used a form of field testing for the observations. We tested indicators of basic motor coordination and technical skills in older football players. The research group consisted of 41 players from two age categories U14 and U15 of the FK Motorlet Praha team. The Körperkoordinationtest für Kinder (KTK test) test battery was chosen for the level of basic motor coordination testing, which contains 4 tests: backward balancing, one-legged jumping, repeated side jumps and moving to the side on wooden boards. For specific football skills, the tests were selected Loughborough soccer pass test (LSPT) and ball guidance. Results: It was found that the highest rating ("highly above average") in the motor quotient indicator was achieved by 76% of players in the KTK test and at least "above average rating" was achieved by 98% of U14 and U15 players together. A statistically significant (p <0.01) strength of r = -0.47...
The relationship between regularly gymnastic exercise and physical performance level and skill tests in football players
Krejčířová, Kateřina ; Šteffl, Michal (advisor) ; Vampola, Jindřich (referee)
Title: The relationship between regularly gymnastic exercise and physical performance level and skill tests in football players Purposes: The main aim of the thesis was to determine whether the regular gymnastic exercise including functional training may affect a performance in selected fitness and coordination tests as well as in specific football skills tests among young football players played in U12 and U13 categories in the context of biological maturity estimated according to their parent's height Methods: The thesis was carried out as a cross-sectional study in which two different groups of footballers were compared. Selected fitness, coordination, and specific football skills tests were measured using field methods. Non-parametric statistical methods were used to assess differences between groups Results: Soccer players who regularly undergo gymnastics exercises performed statistically significant better performance (p < 0.05) in all the tests except agility and ball guidance tests in category U13 and back - balancing and sideways tests in category U12. The relationship between biological maturity according to the parents' heights and the selected tests was not confirmed Conclusion: The study showed that the regular gymnastic exercise included in the training could be positively connected...

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