Match analyses in ballgames such as soccer, handball and ice hockey is through the recent years been done within categories. The first category refers to the physiological loading and analyze running distance and changes of speed and distance within different speed categories. The match analyses can be used to investigate decrease in performance during a game. The secondary category consists of notation analysis, which counts different actions for example passes. These analyses can be complemented by different social network analysis to focus on pass structures, frequency of passes, directions and success rate. speed and distance within different speed categories. The match analyses can be used to investigate decrease in performance during a game.
It is also possible combining the two different approaches in match analysis. If you know the individual players capacity to mark different areas of the field, you can analyze different pass structures and simulate different passes – so called spati-temporal analysis. By using this information from the analyses you can – as a player or a coach – effects the game with positive actions.
We have established a network group for match analysis with the participation of: