¿Es la formación de jugadores de fútbol un proceso rentable para los clubes? (Is the development of players in football a cost-effective process for clubs?)

Autores/as

  • Alberto Martín Barrero Centro Universitario San Isidoro

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47197/retos.v45i0.91896

Palabras clave:

desarrollo del jugador, cantera, fútbol, gestión, (player development, youth academy, football, management)

Resumen

 

El objetivo de este estudio fue analizar y determinar la revalorización en el mercado de los jugadores de fútbol de los equipos filiales de una liga de fútbol profesional. Se llevó a cabo un análisis descriptivo donde participaron los jugadores de fútbol de los equipos filiales de LaLiga Santander de la temporada 19-20 (n=144) de edades entre 17 y 26 años (M=22.34±2.18). Los resultados más relevantes muestran como la mayoría de los jugadores están tan solo 4 años formándose en el club, con una revalorización en el mercado al cabo de tres años de 15.57 millones de euros de media, siendo aquellos que se incorporan al club en edad cadete e infantil los que más valor suelen obtener al cabo del tiempo. Se puede concluir que los procedimientos utilizados en esta investigación pueden ser de gran utilidad para analizar el proceso formativo el jugador de fútbol y la rentabilidad que este genera en sus clubes.

Abstract. The aim of this study was to analyze and determine the market revaluation of U23 football players from professional league clubs. A descriptive analysis was carried out with the participation of football players from LaLiga Santander subsidiary teams in the 19-20 season (n=144) aged between 17 and 26 years (M=22.34±2.18). The most relevant results show that the majority of the players are only 4 years training in the club, with a revaluation in the market after three years of 15.57 million euros on average, being those who join the club at U15-16 and U13-U14, the ones that tend to obtain the most value over time. It can be concluded that the procedures used in this research can be of great use in analysing the training process of the football player and the profitability that he generates for his club.

Biografía del autor/a

Alberto Martín Barrero, Centro Universitario San Isidoro

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2022-06-21

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Martín Barrero, A. (2022). ¿Es la formación de jugadores de fútbol un proceso rentable para los clubes? (Is the development of players in football a cost-effective process for clubs?). Retos, 45, 1069–1075. https://doi.org/10.47197/retos.v45i0.91896

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