Human Movement vol. 18 (5) 2017, Special Issue

Special Issue Guest-Editor:
Dr. Filipe Manuel Clemente
Special Issue Co-Editors:
Dr. Adam Owen
Dr. António Barbosa
Dr. Fabio Nakamura
Dr. Gibson Praça
Dr. Hugo Sarmento
Dr. Jaime Sierra-Olivares
Dr. Pantelis Nikolaidis
Dr. Sixto González-Víllora

Guest Editor
Dr. Filipe Manuel Clemente
Instituto Politécnico de Viana do Castelo, Escola Superior de Desporto e Lazer, Portugal
Phone: +351 258 809 678
Interests: performance analysis; match analysis; soccer; sports training; periodization; small-sided and conditioned games; team sports; physical activity and health

Dear Colleagues,
The aims of this Special Issue entitled “Science in Soccer” is to provide in depth knowledge in the form of original work, review articles, and meta-analyses about the aspects that contributes to improve performance in soccer, including: (i) performance analysis; (ii) match analysis; (iii) soccer training; (iv) periodization; (v) physiology of soccer; (vi) assessment and monitoring; (vii) coaching in soccer; and (viii) soccer, mathematics and technology. Any other topics are welcome to this Special Issue, especially articles that bring new theoretical and practical approaches to the soccer field.
List of topics of interest:
• Performance analysis in soccer players
• Match analysis and technological advances in soccer
• Soccer training and periodization
• Strength and conditioning in soccer
• Small-sided and conditioned games in soccer
• Physiology and nutrition in soccer
• Coaching and leadership in soccer                                                               Dr. Filipe Manuel Clemente Guest editor


Deadline: 01 December 2017 | Publication of the issue: December, 2017

Journal fees: after paper acceptance
175 euros
bank account:
Bank Pekao S.A. o/Wrocław
PL 22 1240 3464 1978 0010 6321 0188 SWIFT PKOPPLPW
with the note: 44-40 Science in Soccer + full name  
or 750 zł
bank account:
Bank Pekao S.A. o/Wrocław
77 1240 3464 1111 0010 6320 9674
with the note: 44-40 Science in Soccer + full name

Guidelines: volume of each manuscript should have 15 pages max (1800 characters including spaces per page), written according to the Human Movement requirements

Manuscript submission: