LaLiga Eager to improve the work carried out so far
The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) are set to introduce new changes to further improve the development of the Spanish national team‘s youth ranks.
Despite having enjoyed several successes over recent years, the RFEF don’t want to rest on their laurels and are aiming to further improve the organisation of Spanish football.
A structure with academic coordination that provides more information about the player is being assembled, and it is expected to be a complement to the clubs’ work with the players’ education. That way the RFEF are keen to collect as much information as possible about each player.
Starting from players under the age of 14, they want to become aware of each player at an early age.
The territorial federations are fundamental for the success of the lower categories and therefore, some changes will be introduced to help the national team coaches. In this way they will be able to find more players and collect information about them as soon as possible.
The RFEF will intend to unload the players’ heavy schedule by introducing impactful changes to their competitions.
The information department will be fundamental for the RFEF as they are willing to take a step forward with the existing databases. The reports of both Spanish players and rivals will be improved and everything will be carried out with a tool that is being tested and will be adapted to the needs of the RFEF.
A new sports psychology department will be introduced to assist and support children who may be stressed over their workload.