Event Title

Kinesiological analysis of football referees

Session

Sport, Health and Society

Description

Football is a sport of endurance in which players perform activities of varying intensity over a 90 min play period, which is one of the most popular and entertaining sports in the world (A.I. Da Silva et al., 2011). It is estimated that each week in a competitive season, 1.3 million referees enter the football field in order to regulate the behavior of players on the field and enforce the rules of the game (Minten., 2003). During an elite football match, referees have been reported to cover an average distance ranging from 9 to 13 km (Castagna et al., 2007). Time movement analysis has revealed that elite level referees change the way they move approximately every 4 seconds, reaching 1,268 activity changes during an average match. Of these 1,268 activity changes, 588 and 161 are due to low and intensely high intensity in match management (Krustrup, Bangsbo., 2001). Key references have been shown to cover about 10-12 km during the course of matches with an average heart rate (HRmean) of 86% of the maximum heart rate (HRmax) (Mallo et al. 2009a) with 34% of the total distance of 13 km / h (Mallo et al., 2009a). However, assistant referees have been shown to have 5-6 km during football matches with almost 20% of this distance covering it with high intensity (Krustrup et al., 2009) and a 77% HRmean of HRmax (Mallo et al., 2009b). The purpose of this analyze was to examine the physical condition, and some motor information that referents have. Therefore, in order to further increase the physical preparation of referees in matches, the information of this analysis supports the application of intensive sessions and in conjunction with modern training where they should have priority in high intensity aerobics. This analysis examines the knowledge available in terms of the performance of football referees which is an attempt to describe the motor condition by referring to statistical information and condition training which they do according to the program of FIFA and UEFA.

Keywords:

referee, football, movements, fitness analysis.

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-47-5

First Page

1

Last Page

2

Location

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Start Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

End Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2021.69

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Kinesiological analysis of football referees

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Football is a sport of endurance in which players perform activities of varying intensity over a 90 min play period, which is one of the most popular and entertaining sports in the world (A.I. Da Silva et al., 2011). It is estimated that each week in a competitive season, 1.3 million referees enter the football field in order to regulate the behavior of players on the field and enforce the rules of the game (Minten., 2003). During an elite football match, referees have been reported to cover an average distance ranging from 9 to 13 km (Castagna et al., 2007). Time movement analysis has revealed that elite level referees change the way they move approximately every 4 seconds, reaching 1,268 activity changes during an average match. Of these 1,268 activity changes, 588 and 161 are due to low and intensely high intensity in match management (Krustrup, Bangsbo., 2001). Key references have been shown to cover about 10-12 km during the course of matches with an average heart rate (HRmean) of 86% of the maximum heart rate (HRmax) (Mallo et al. 2009a) with 34% of the total distance of 13 km / h (Mallo et al., 2009a). However, assistant referees have been shown to have 5-6 km during football matches with almost 20% of this distance covering it with high intensity (Krustrup et al., 2009) and a 77% HRmean of HRmax (Mallo et al., 2009b). The purpose of this analyze was to examine the physical condition, and some motor information that referents have. Therefore, in order to further increase the physical preparation of referees in matches, the information of this analysis supports the application of intensive sessions and in conjunction with modern training where they should have priority in high intensity aerobics. This analysis examines the knowledge available in terms of the performance of football referees which is an attempt to describe the motor condition by referring to statistical information and condition training which they do according to the program of FIFA and UEFA.