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Epifanov I.O., Shuvalov P.E., Nguen K.Z., Yurchenko V.G., Gavrilina A.O. Adaptation of modern communication technologies as an element of digitalization in sports on the example of a student football team

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2020.4.p159-164
Adaptation of modern communication technologies as an element of digitalization in sports on the example of a student football team
Ignat Olegovich Epifanov, the assistant, Pavel Evgenyevich Shuvalov, the assistant, Kristina Zung Nguen, the assistant, Valentin Gennadyevich Yurchenko, the assistant, Alina Olegovna Gavrilina, the assistant, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University

Introduction. The process of digitalization becomes an integral part of human life in the modern world. Digital technologies enter all spheres of human activity, including sports. It is impossible to imagine a modern coach or athlete who does not use digital technologies to improve results and development. Communication between the coach and his mentee has changed a lot over the past 20 years. The amount of information is growing from year to year. The quick processing of this information and structured, timely and personalized communication to athletes are the key factors in using of modern communications in team sports. The purpose of the research is to study the software solutions available on the market for providing professional analysis of game sports, as well as to analyze communications within sports clubs and to formulate the basic principles for creating a platform for providing communication between the coaching staff and athletes at the level of student sports teams. Research methodology and organization. Theoretical analysis, survey and generalization of data from scientific publications have been used. The results of the research and their discussion. Modern services for providing analysis of data systems for professional teams were considered. The main principles of adaptation of the modern technologies for their use as communications between the coaching staff, administrative staff and athletes were identified by using the example of the student football team.
Conclusions. The authors of this article propose as a solution for technical universities to create their own platform for providing the digital communications in the professional sports environment with the necessary functionality for the student level.
Keywords: sports communications, student sports, football, statistical analysis.
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