PLAYER WORKLOAD MONITORING (PWM)

FIFPRO PWM, a player-centric match schedule & workload monitoring platform combines world leading scientific knowledge with data insights to monitor player workload and match scheduling across different competitions.

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MEN'S FOOTBALL

2021 Player Workload Monitoring Report – Men's Football

The report based on the FIFPRO Player Workload Monitoring platform measures match congestion by looking at the increasing amount of minutes played by footballers in repeated back-to-back games, contrary to scientific recommendations about athlete health and performance. The report proposes new ways to reduce this overload for players as well as issuing warnings on energy-sapping travel and shrinking off-season breaks.

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Women's Football

Player workload & impact during the emergency calendar

“The report ‘Player workload & impact during the emergency calendar’ provides a scientific mid-season analysis on player workload and match scheduling, covering a representative group of 85 female footballers across top leagues and national team competitions. The report focuses on the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic and the disrupted football calendar on player workload and its impact on players’ health and careers.”

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MEN'S FOOTBALL

FLASH REPORT PLAYER WORKLOAD & RECOVERY DURING THE EMERGENCY CALENDAR

The report ‘Player workload & recovery during the emergency calendar’ provides a scientific mid-season analysis on player workload and match scheduling, covering a representative group of 265 male footballers from 43 domestic leagues across six confederations and including club and national team matches.

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MEN'S FOOTBALL

AT THE LIMIT

At The Limit makes a series of key recommendations to protect the health of players, and make sure they can perform at their peak.

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