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Notational, sequential, and T-patterns analysis of the tactical schemes of a professional Futsal team

Antonio Ferreira
1
,
Rui Santos
1
,
Hugo Louro
2
,
Paulo Malico Sousa
1
,
Valter Pinheiro
1
,
Fernando Santos
3

1.
Instituto Superior de Ciencias Educativas, Lisbon, Portugal
2.
Polytechnic Institute of Santarém, School of Sports of Rio Maior, Rio Maior, Portugal
3.
Polytechnic Institute of Setúbal, Setúbal College of Education, Setúbal, Portugal
Human Movement 2018 vol. 19(5) special issue, 29-39
Online publish date: 2019/01/14
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Purpose
The present study intends to analyse the tactical schematics, outs, and corners marked in the last 12 meters of the court, through notational analysis, sequential analysis, and detection of T-patterns.

Methods
We analysed outs (n = 71) and corners (n = 46) performed by the professional futsal team of Sport Lisbon and Benfica. The Tactical Scheme Observation System in Futsal and the Lince® computer program were used. The data were analysed with IBM SPSS Statistics®, SDIS-GSEQ®, and THEME® programs.

Results
The finalization of the tactical schemes takes place preferably after a pass, to the outer zones 5, 8, and 9. The sequential analysis showed some regularities when there is a second pass directed to zones 5 and 6, and regularity was verified in the finalization in interior zone 2. T-patterns were recorded in the execution of the observed tactical schemes.

Conclusions
The finalization of the tactical schemes takes place after 1 or 2 passes occurring in external areas.

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futsal, observation and analysis, observational methodology, tactical schemes

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