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UEFA TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMME

Goalkeeper Coach Seminar


11 14 March 2013, Belgrade/Serbia
Frank K. Ludolph, Head of UEFA Football Education Services

Technical Education Programme

Coach Education

Grassroots Football

Exchange
Programmes

Coach Education

Aiming to improve coaching standards at all levels


Educating coaches to produce better players
Mutual recognition of coaching qualifications
EU legal approach
Improve the coaches status and recognition
Create better exchange and better cooperation

Coach Education
Offer bigger further education opportunities
Protect and better develop European players
Together for the advancement of the European
game no insular attitudes
A stimulus for improvements in domestic
coach education programmes

Coaching Convention
All 53 associations are members circle
closed since 2008
Established in 1998 to regulate coach
education in Europe
Minimum criteria at B, A and Pro levels to
ensure that education programmes are of a
similar quality across Europe
Convention members receive 100,000 per
year from UEFA for coach education activities

CONVENTION STATISTICS
February 2013
ISL

FRO
FIN
NOR
SWE
SCO

EST
LTU

LUX

NIR

IRL

BLR

NED

ENG

POL

GER

BEL

LIE
FRA

RUS

LVA

DEN

CZE
AUT

SUI
ITA

SVN

UKR

SVK

KAZ

HUN
ROU

CRO
BIH

SRB
BUL

GEO

MKD

AND
ESP

ARM

GRE

TUR

SMR

MLT

CYP

41 countries at Pro level


2 countries at B/A levels, and member at Pro level through a partnership
San Marino at B level, and member at A/Pro level through a partnership (with Italy)
Liechtenstein at B/A/Pro level through a partnership (with Switzerland)
8 countries at B+A levels

Coaching Convention
National association diplomas and licences
are recognised as UEFA diplomas and
licences
More than 162,000 coaches currently hold
UEFA-recognised licences in Europe

JIRA PANEL
the Convention Guardians

MONITOR / EVALUATE / SUPPORT


Appr. 45 visits per season

Coach Education Educational tools and services


Production and dissemination:

Technical Reports
Coaching DVDs
Technical Newsletters
Training Materials
Training Ground (.com)
Research Information

Coach Education Educational tools and services

Coaching Programme
Providing insight and best-practice examples through various
high-profile events:
UEFA Conference for European National Team Coaches
(Men & Women)
UEFA Workshop for Coach Education
UEFA courses for coach educators
Organising specialised events for target groups:
UEFA Elite Club Coaches Forum, etc.

Technical Education Programme

Coach Education

Grassroots Football

Exchange
Programmes

The UEFA Grassroots Charter


The UEFA Grassroots Charter recognises the importance
of non-professional and non-elite football
A quality mark focusing on specific aspects of
grassroots football
Fundamental requirements: basic structures, grassroots
leader training and various services for players
Regular support visits by UEFA experts (roughly 25 per
season)
Charter members receive 100,000 per year for their
grassroots activities
UEFA Grassroots Workshop from 8 to 12 April 2013 at
the Ullevaal Stadium and in the adjoining Thon Hotel in
Oslo

UEFA Grassroots Day


Celebrating grassroots football in the
week of the Champions League final
A pan-European event which includes
activities
across
all
53
member
associations
Grassroots Day awards: exceptional
leaders, clubs and projects
A specific section on uefa.com is
dedicated to the promotion of Grassroots
Day activities; platform for member
associations
Maxi-pitches are donated to the local
communities of club competition final
host cities

Technical Education Programme

Coach Education

Grassroots Football

Exchange
Programmes

Study Group Scheme


Solidarity: technical partnerships and tailormade programmes
Launched in 2008 to promote technical
exchange
Elite youth, grassroots, coach education and
womens football
Sharing knowledge and best practice
More than 7,000 coaches and technicians,
211 seminars, in 35 different countries
50 seminars planned for season 2012/13

UEFA Coach Education: Student Exchange Programme


Providing pro licence students with an
opportunity for international exchange and
access to UEFA tutors and content
30 associations have taken part so far
8 more in two courses in April/May 2013
Expert Working Group:
Howard Wilkinson (England)
Jacques Crevoisier (France)
Peter Rudbaek (Denmark)
Nico Romeijn (Netherlands)

Technical Education Programme

Coach Education

Grassroots Football

Exchange
Programmes

Coaching Programme Specialist Areas


Pilot Course for Futsal Coach Educators
25-28 February 2013
Las Rozas, Madrid, Spain

Coaching Programme Specialist Areas


16 associations in attendance in Madrid
Course aim: to demonstrate key elements of a possible UEFA B Licence Course
2 further courses to follow if approved
Futsal Working Group is working on expanded B Licence guidelines

Coaching Programme Specialist Areas


Fitness for Football

11-14 March 2013, Oslo

Aim of the seminar

UEFA Jira Panel decision: no UEFA licence in this area for the time being
Instead: familiarisation of a first group of technical education experts with the latest
trends in this domain (achieve peak performance and support injury prevention).
Nurture the dialogue between coach educators and fitness experts
Communicate a clear and football specific message
Stimulate the associations on how to integrate relevant fitness related topics at the
various coach education levels

19 National Associations participating

Coaching Programme Specialist Areas


First UEFAs Golakeeper Development Course
(The Netherlands Zeist 1996)

Coaching Programme Specialist Areas

The art of Goalkeeping

(Frans Hoek Production 1997)

Goalkeeper coaching course


UEFA Jira Panel Working Group on educational
goalkeeping guidelines
Four seminars took place in 2011/12 involving
all 53 UEFA member associations (pilot phase)
A total of 160 goalkeeping coach educators
attended this programme
UEFA experts Packie Bonner and Frans Hoek
were present at each seminar

Goalkeeper Coach Educator Seminar


Four more seminars will take place in:
Serbia
(11 14 March 2013)
Belgium (1 4 April 2013)
Moldova (29 April 2 May 2013)
Scotland (6 9 May 2013)
Responsible for content & implementation:
Packie Bonner, with the support of Frans Hoek,
Jim Stewart and further host association experts
Seminars will be combined with introduction of
a UEFA endorsed Goalkeeper licence
licence criteria approved by UEFA Jira Panel

The Art of Goalkeeping Video

An educational video on the Art of Goalkeeping


is currently in the making
The video will presented and distributed at the
Coach Education Workshop in Budapest
(October 2013)

Review from EU perspective


UEFA Legal Affairs to review the Directives
by 30 June 2013
Translations in July 2013
Perusal period in August 2013
To be submitted to Jira Panel in
September 2013
To be submitted to Development and
Technical Assistance Committee in
October 2013

Your participation matters!


Were better together this is not a one-way seminar
Share your opinions, ideas, doubts, questions
Be interactive
Give us feedback
Do you intend implementing such course
at national level?

Coming up: feedback session on Wednesday


How to improve this specific course offer?

1. What did you like about this pilot seminar?


2. How can we improve?
For further feedback, please feel free to send an e-mail to:
patbonner2000@aol.com and to stephanie.tetaz@uefa.ch

Packie Bonner
Jim Stewart
Frans Hoek

UEFA TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMME


Goalkeeper Coach Seminar
11 14 March 2013, Belgrade/Serbia
Frank K. Ludolph, Head of UEFA Football Education Services