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Changes of Technical Skills during an Official Futsal Game
(Changes of Technical Skills during an Official Futsal Game )

Author : Aristotelis GIOLDASIS    
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Printing Year : 2018
Number : 28
Page : 359-371


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Futsal is considered as an intermittent 5-a-side soccer game played worldwide that demands high technical, tactical, and physical capacities of players. Despite of the global growth of futsal there is a lack of research regarding the relationship between physical capacity and technical skills during the game. Thus the aim of the current study was to describe the technical skills of futsal players during a futsal game as well as to indicate any differences from the first to the second half according to their aerobic capacity. Particularly, eleven male futsal players aged 26,6 ± 2,8 participated in the study which conducted during the competitive period of Greek Super league season 2016-2017. Researchers examined the anthropometric characteristics (age, height, weight, BMI), the aerobic capacity (VO2max) and the technical skills (passing, dribbling, receiving, 1vs1 duels, and stealing) of players. The results highlight the differences in technical skills of futsal players according to their aerobic capacity from the first to the second half of the game.

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Futsal, aerobic capacity, technical skills, anthropometric characteristics

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