Atlético de Madrid ended up winning 2020/2021 LaLiga Santander title in one of the most equal and exciting seasons we remind. Sweeping at the beginning and suffering as only this team knows how to do at the end. There are many keys by which the men trained by Diego Pablo Simeone managed to prevail in the final sprint of the campaign against Real Madrid, Barcelona and Seville.
People who plan to initiate in the audiovisual content creation should pay special attention to Twitch. This platform is on its best moment: its leadership on content streaming is indisputable. Twitch is way far beyond its competitors when we talk about the number of users who consume live content. This data just increase day after day. That means we are at the right moment if we plan to ride the wave: Twitch’s bubble raises every day and specialised media states that this will not change in a long term. Pandemic era hasn’t done anything but multiply this factor, turning the platform in the most influential in our country (even above YouTube). There are 7 million new users every day.
As all of us who enjoy football know, there are different types of formations and styles of play when trying to win a match. We must start from the fact that the tactics used depend on the preferences of the coach and other important circumstances of the event such as the different characteristics of the players and the knowledge of the opposing team.
Currently, the use of technology is totally generalized among the different existing sports. The new tools provided offer a multitude of uses that can improve team and player performance. Football has evolved enormously since its inception and one of the most prestigious clubs in the world such as Liverpool FC has been one of the benchmarks in terms of advances in this field.
At the beginning of the 20th century, football became more and more popular in society, so different championships began to be organized. Throughout history, numerous rankings have been made to decide which football league is the most important, since each country’s own competition is always the most desirable trophy for clubs and in which all football players aspire to play. From its beginnings to the present day, there have been numerous changes in the way it has been played and its conformation, so here we will tell you how each one of them has developed.
Statistics have become an essential tool for improving performance in football. The idea is that Big Data helps to improve decision-making and to minimize the margin of error, completing the knowledge of experts and constituting an effective working mechanism. It seems necessary for clubs that sports scientists interpret these statistics and their respective influence on team behavior. Several companies have specialized in data collection and analysis by signing contracts with clubs, sports federations or audiovisual producers.
As we all know, any high-performance sport represents an activity with a risk of suffering injuries as a result of the high physical demand. Thus, football, given that it is the most widely played sport in Spain -it has more than 900,000 federative licences, in addition to many other people who, although not federated, play it regularly- has many health benefits, but there are also threats.
The gaming world is a competitive and even hateful one, but it has also found a community of users that know how to deal with errors in the product and is able to formulate constructive criticism and take any opportunity that pops up during a game with a pinch of salt and a lot of humour. As a matter of fact, these mistakes have brought life to the gameplay channels that arrived years ago to stay. This makes it convenient to present every type of error that players can find during their games, being bugs the top-notch.
Today we are going to continue with our serial that traces the history of football through the evolution of its rules. In the first 4 chapters we learned that football as we know it was born on 26 October 1863 when The Football Association was founded in the United Kingdom. From that moment on, year after year, different rules and regulations were introduced, which led the four British football federations to create the International Football Association Board, better known by its acronym IFAB, on 2 June 1886. Since that day, the IFAB has been the organisation in charge of modifying and preserving a group of common rules for the practice of football all over the world.
The last chapter ended with FIFA becoming the fifth member of the IFAB. In this way, the two most important football associations in the world joined forces.
Two men sitting on a small sofa are watching a television. The one on the left, an old man. The sparse gray hair reveals a prominent forehead of a wrinkled face with an exacerbated nose. Tired eyes in a sometimes expressionless gaze stare at the screen. The companion, located at the right of the old man, seems not to be so focused on what is happening on the television, but being more aware of the reactions of his partner.