The Cognitive Component

During soccer, as players are confronted with a complex and rapidly changing environment, cognitive and perceptual skills are important determinants of playing ability. For example, players must quickly assess information about the ball, in relation to their team mates and opponents and location on the field, before considering an appropriate action based on their abilities, instructions from the coach and the current match situation.  Therefore, it is imperative for players to possess an appropriate level of cognitive skill so as to be able to ‘‘read the game.’’

Computer-based Test Battery Measuring:

Attention Window (AW)

Perceptual Load (PL)

Working Memory Capacity (WMC)

Multiple Object Tracking (MOT)

Sequence of Movement

Quality movement is a fundamental aspect of performance in soccer.

When evaluating the standard of movement used by players, it needs to be evaluated, not only in terms of speed, but also in terms of efficiency and effectiveness. The ultimate test is the ability of players to perform the skills of the game

Examples of some of the tests in Movement:

Positioning Drills

Velocity Drills

Acceleration Drills

Testing the Aerobic Capacity

Continuous Tests

Multistage 20-m shuttle run test/Beep test

Cooper Test

University de Montreal track Test

Intermittent Tests

30-15 Intermittent fitness Test

Loughborough Test

Yo-Yo Tests

45-15 Test

Specific Endurance Tests

The Hoff-test – a soccer specific Dribbling Test



Psychological characteristics have been integrated in models of talent identification and development and research has identified psychological characteristics significant predictors of success

Our Psychology tests helps the player identify the beliefs and attitudes that hinder their performance. They reveal triggers that take the player out of the zone and block him/her from execution.
Through the psychology tests, the players learn to shatter the mental obstacles to break through their performance barriers.

Some of the Psychological tests we performed on the players are:

One on One tests with our certified sport psychologists

Soccer specific psychology test

Standardized questionnaires



Soccer is one of most physically demanding of all sports. During a ninety-minute game a player can burn as many as 1500 to 2000 calories. A study from Holland found that elite male soccer players expended about 3400 calories a day on average

With these numbers and the game intensity and volume in hand it is very important to conduct a nutritional test on the players

Nutrition Tests in Sports

BMI Testing (BMI)

Blood Testing (BT)

Vitamin Deficiency Test (VDT)


Proprietary Reports and Dashboards that can be accessed by the trainers and players

Type of Reports and Dashboards

IOS and Android App

Web based

PDF print format

Reports / Dashboards include:

Cognitive Results

Sequence of Movements Tests Results

Aerobic Capacity Informartion

Psychology report

Nutrition Report


Training and Improvement Plan

Online communication with Trainer