DUTCH DEVELOPMENT

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DUTCH DEVELOPMENT

Dutch Secrets ??Vision on:• organisation/structure of football and competition• player development• coach educationKNVB Academy // The Dutch vision on Youth Development // www.academie.knvb.nl


The Netherlands16.000.000 inhabitants• Football = sport nr. 1Zeist• 38 Professional clubs• 3.000 Amateur clubs• 1.100.000 Members• 480.000 Youth players• National office in Zeist and 6District offices• 8 National staff coaches• 20 District staff coaches• 50 Regional CoachesInfluencing all youth coaches, officialsand other volunteers in the 3,000 clubsKNVB Academy // The Dutch vision on Youth Development // www.academie.knvb.nl


Organization Youth LeaguesYouth Leagues in each of 6Districts and Nationalu19u17u15 11 vs. 11u13u11u97 vs. 7u7u6 4 vs. 4Organized Clubfootball from theage of 5!KNVB Academy // The Dutch vision on Youth Development // www.academie.knvb.nl


Youth Leaguesthe best players play against the bestNational Youth Leagues: U19U17U15U13Premier2x First Divisionetc., etc.KNVB Academy // The Dutch vision on Youth Development // www.academie.knvb.nl


The Dutch way• Individual development and team development• Youth development is a joined responsibility of theAssociation and the Clubs• The best players play with the best against the best• Talented players have about 6 training sessionsand 1 or 2 competitive games per week.• Well educated and football experienced coaches fortalented players.KNVB Academy // The Dutch vision on Youth Development // www.academie.knvb.nl


Vision on player developmentKNVB Academy // The Dutch vision on Youth Development // www.academie.knvb.nl


Vision on Football• What’s the aim of the game?• What are the characteristics of the game?• What is the structure of the game?KNVB Academy // The Dutch vision on Youth Development // www.academie.knvb.nl


Football, what is it?transitionscoring+ -disturbbuild upattackingdefendingbuild up+ -transitionpreventscoringKNVB Academy // The Dutch vision on Youth Development // www.academie.knvb.nl


Aim of the game:WinningTeam Functions:attacking - defending - transitionTeam Tasks:Building up and scoring/ disturbing and preventing scoringActions in footballSupporting (of the core)the coreSupporting (of the core)Insight in the game:Actions of movementsCommunication:- individual player-choices-observing- relation teamtask/with ball(technique)without ball- tuning of footballactions- Cooperation of playerson team levelteamfunction- passing- receiving- running into free space-squeezing- dribbling- giving pressure-shooting-marking-heading-cover- slidingKNVB Academy // The Dutch vision on Youth Development // www.academie.knvb.nl


Youth Football Training????What you train is what you get!!!!KNVB Academy // The Dutch vision on Youth Development // www.academie.knvb.nl


Age related characteristicsYouth player development procesU6"developing football actions"(within attacking, defending and transition)U7-U9fine tuning basic tasksU12-U13as a teamU10-U11 learning to play froma basic tasklearning to play goaloriented togethergoal oriented actionswith the balllearning to controll the ballU14-U15U16-U174 v 4U18-U19learning to be competitiveplaying as a team7 v 711 v 11KNVB Academy // The Dutch vision on Youth Development // www.academie.knvb.nl


The Dutch Vision on Youth Training• Football = attacking, defending and transition• Learn the game by playing the game• The several actions should not be separated• Training sessions must be match related(exercises must include attacking and defending)• Training is to simplify football• Players have to solve football situations• The coach must help the players to…KNVB Academy // The Dutch vision on Youth Development // www.academie.knvb.nl


The Dutch Vision on Youth FootballGIVING SENSE IS THE KEY FOR MOTIVATIONNot:But:running for runningdribbling for dribblingpassing for passingHow, When and Why:to runto dribbleto pass• Young Players need to recognize the Game and developSkills to play togetherKNVB Academy // The Dutch vision on Youth Development // www.academie.knvb.nl


Vision on coach educationKNVB Academy // The Dutch vision on Youth Development // www.academie.knvb.nl


Coaches• Rinus Michels (Ajax, FC Barcelona, The Netherlands)• Louis van Gaal (Ajax, FC Barcelona, The Netherlands 2008: AZ Alkmaar)• Leo Beenhakker (Ajax, Real Madrid, The Netherlands, Trinidad andTobago 2008: Poland)• Guus Hiddink (PSV, Valencia, The Netherlands, South Korea, Australia2008: Russia)• Dick Advocaat (The Netherlands (2x), PSV, Glasgow Rangers, SouthKorea 2008: FC Zenit, Russia)KNVB Academy // The Dutch vision on Youth Development // www.academie.knvb.nl


Developing coachesStructureCoach Professional FootballexperienceTrainer-Coach IAmateurs YouthUEFA PROUEFA AexperienceTrainer-Coach IIexperienceTrainer-Coach IIIAmateursYouthUEFA BPreliminary BKNVB Academy // The Dutch vision on Youth Development // www.academie.knvb.nl


Characteristics coach developmentVision based on• Vision on football: structure of the game is starting point (aim:winning the game)• Vision on coaching: players themselves have to become moreand more responsible for solving the football problems(dependent - independent)• Vision on education: learning in a practical way.KNVB Academy // The Dutch vision on Youth Development // www.academie.knvb.nl


No!!!Dutch Secrets ??But a clear vision/idea on:• organisation/structure of football and competition• player development• coach educationKNVB Academy // The Dutch vision on Youth Development // www.academie.knvb.nl

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