Building and codifying a special composite test for advanced football skills

Authors

  • Ali Hamad Samir Al-Hamidi Ministry of Education, General Directorate of Dhi Qar Education, Qalaat Sukkar Education Department, Iraq

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33687/jhssr.003.02.000321

Keywords:

Building; special composite test; football skills

Abstract

The research aimed to build and codify a special composite test to evaluate the skill status of advanced soccer players, and to find standard scores and levels for a special composite test to evaluate the skill status of advanced soccer players. The research community was deliberately identified and represented by football players applying in the Iraqi Premier League for Baghdad Governorate, who numbered nine clubs, with (27) players for each team. The research population, which represents the total population, was dealt with as a stratified sample and was divided randomly so that each group was an independent sample from the other, with a procedure separate from the other research procedures. Therefore, the sample consisted of (180) players, with a percentage of (70.6%), distributed among the nine clubs, and it was divided the main sample consists of three exploratory samples, a test construction sample, and a test application sample. The type of samples was divided according to scientific principles that suit the research problem in order to be consistent with the phenomenon studied. The study was completed by developing a particular composite skill test to assess the skill level of advanced soccer players. Developing standard scores and levels for the special composite skill test to assess the skill level of advanced soccer players. Furthermore, the applicability and validity of the specific composite skill test to assess the skill level of advanced soccer players.

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Published

2024-04-01

How to Cite

Al-Hamidi, A. H. S. (2024). Building and codifying a special composite test for advanced football skills. Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Research, 3(2). https://doi.org/10.33687/jhssr.003.02.000321