What new ideas or technologies have changed your game over the past decade?

The United Nations Commission on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights defines sport as: Sport […] includes, but is not limited to, lifestyle, language, oral and written literature, music and song, non-verbal communication, religion or beliefs, rituals and ceremonies, games and sports, production processes or technologies, natural and natural resources, food, clothing, shelter, arts, customs and […]

The balance between football and school!

This attack and possible lack of concentration can be prevented during training by doing individual activities with each athlete, making a weekly schedule, discovering “dead time” and thus increasing the effectiveness of time management. The difficult school football game was directly related to the time problem. Few talented people make the leap to the pro […]

These achievements and talents are the starting point for sport.

 Professionals participating in the program and seeking financial, social, technical, medical and technical assistance for the development of sport. Key features of the sports performance program include medical care and support for the highest quality standards, financial incentives for training and preparation, financial incentives for performance, cutting-edge technology in cold-blooded sports science and background. Includes […]

Sport on TV

TV games On September 16, 1937, the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), a British radio and television station, broadcast football for the first time in history. The website published a 15-minute summary of the friendly match between the first team Arsenal and Reserves. Near the center of the stadium, which also had TV cameras, BBC houses […]