Análisis observacional de los goles de dos temporadas de la LNFS / Observational Analysis Of The Goals The Two Seasons Of The Spanish Professional Futsal League

J. Álvarez Medina, V. Murillo Lorente, A. García Felipe, A. Parra Artal

Resumen


Este estudio analiza las acciones ofensivas que terminan en gol a lo largo de las temporadas 2.012-2.013 y 2.013-2.014 en la liga de fútbol sala profesional español determinando las relaciones entre las variables anteriores que están involucrados en estas acciones. Los goles totales analizados han sido 2.449. El método utilizado fue una metodología observacional a través del programa Lince vl.2. Para el análisis estadístico se utilizó el programa IBM SPSS 19.0.0 para determinar la asociación o independencia entre las variables zona de tiro-superficie de contacto-tipo de tiro y tipo de acción-número de pases-jugadores involucrados. Los resultados muestran que la mayoría de los goles en fútbol sala se producen en jugadas rápidas de 1-2 pases con 1-2 jugadores participantes  y que con defensas organizadas se requiere un mayor número de pases y la participación de 3 jugadores para encontrar líneas de pase antes de disparar con opciones de hacer gol.

PALABRAS CLAVE: fútbol sala, análisis observacional, goles, liga de fútbol sala profesional español.

ABSTRACT

This article analyse the offensive actions ending goal along the seasons 2.012-2.013 and 2.013-2.014 of the Spanish professional futsal league and determine the relationships between the previous variables which are involved in these actions and influence goal. The total goals analyzed have been 2.449. The method used in this study was observational methodology. For the observational process, it has been used the observational software Lince vl.2.1. It has been carried out using the IBM SPSS 19.0.0 program to determine the association or independence between variables zone from which the shot is taken-contact surface-type of shot and type of play-number of passes-players involved. The results show with organized defenses, a bigger number of passes and the participation of 3 players touching the ball to find passing lanes before shooting with goal options are required and most of the goals in actual futsal occur in fast moves of 1-2 passes with 1 or 2 players involved in it. 

KEY WORDS: futsal, observational analysis, goals, spanish professional futsal league.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15366/rimcafd2018.69.002

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