A Survey of Knowledge and Practices of FIFA 11+ Among Coaches in Indonesia
Nur Azis Rohmansyah1 & Ashira Hiruntrakul2*
1Department of Physical Education, Semarang PGRI University, Indonesia
2Branch of Sports Sciences and Exercise, Khon Kaen University, Thailand
Dr. Ashira Hiruntrakul, Branch of Sports Sciences and Exercise, Khon Kaen University, Thailand.
Keywords: FIFA 11+; Self-Managed Questionnaire; Coach; Soccer Academy
Knowledge of FIFA 11+ is a key element in better injury prevention practices in soccer. This deficiency was observed in Indonesia with many injuries with excessive risks due to lack of understanding and application of FIFA 11+ from coaches of soccer academies.
To assess FIFA 11+ knowledge between coaches in registering at football academies.
A self-administrated questionnaire is used. 23 questions FIFA 11+ application is included in the questionnaire. A total of 170 academy coaches participated in this survey. Statistical analysis is finished using SPSS.
Overall the survey average score is 51.67%. Lowest score 30% is not to do FIFA 11+. The highest score of 70% was obtained for FIFA 11+. Difference between coaches from various soccer academies is not statistically significant.
FIFA 11+ knowledge between coaches at the Indonesian soccer academy needs to be improved.
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