The venue for the Seminar is the University’s Footscray Park campus.
Proceedings start this evening with a keynote address from David Tucker, The Future of the World Game in Asia: A Commercial Perspective.
The program on Saturday starts with a talk from Martin Buchheit on the Physical Assessment for Young Football Players: Implications for Training and Monitoring. During the day there are sessions on:
- Youth talent and development (three papers)
- Cultural and ethical implications in football (four papers)
- Biomechanics (four papers)
- Match analysis (three papers)
- Player monitoring (three papers)
In the afternoon, Darren Burgess will be talking about Monitoring athletes in football: From the World Cup to the English Premier League.
Sunday’s program starts with a talk from Carlo Castagna on A physiological perspective of small-sided games and Futsal. There are three sessions on Sunday:
- Training and testing (three papers)
- Coaching (four papers)
- Management (five papers)