Professional Diploma in Women’s Football Performance

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10 months

The Women’s Football Performance Diploma is a comprehensive course aimed at providing participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to improve the performance of women’s soccer teams and develop the managerial capacities of those working in this field. In this diploma, you will learn how to analyze and assess the training Load and how to improve the training.

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Learn To

  • Capacity of adapting injury and rehabilitation framework to each specific case
  • Work with knowledge, capabilities, and abilities in the physical conditioning environment in high-performance female football.
  • Improve critical analysis by completing a training program on the different professional roles of sports science and health.
  • Understand the competences and areas of work surrounding the player and her performance, and how to interact with them searching for their highest performance.

Aimed To

  • This programme is destined for physical trainers and students or specialists in physical exercise and health sciences who want to focus on women’s football.



  • Course 1: Assessing Training and Training Load Management

  1. Module 1: Analysis of the training task
  2. Module 2: Analysis of the training session
  3. Module 3: Analysis of the training microcycle
  4. Module 4: Analysis of the training mesocycle and of broad temporary training phases

  • Course 2: Neuromuscular basis for strength training.

  1. Module 1: Characteristics of the musculoskeletal system.
  2. Module 2: Muscle action and its relationship to sports
  3. Module 3: Systemic changes in detraining and immobilisation
  4. Module 4: Assessment of muscular properties in relation to sport

  • Course 3: Strength training methodology: its application in the improvement of sports performance and post-injury rehabilitation for competition.

  1. Module 1: Contextualization: how can we adapt strength training to team sports?
  2. Module 2: Strength workload methodology in situation sports.
  3. Module 3: Integrating strength workload into planning and programming of situation sports.
  4. Module 4: Strength in the design of sports-specific tasks. Examples based on football

  • Course 4: Strength and muscle power as a key feature of rehabilitation from sports injuries.

  1. Module 1: Analysis of injury in sports: injury mechanisms and associated risk factors.
  2. Module 2: Sports injuries and their relationship with the quality of strength.
  3. Module 3: Strength manifestations and muscle power in the post-injury rehabilitation process.
  4. Module 4: New paradigms in strength training: muscle building through vascular occlusion.

  • Course 5: Force assessment and an introduction to kinematics

  1. Module 1: Force platform testing fundamentals
  2. Module 2: CMJ understanding variables and phases
  3. Module 3: Kinematics introduction
  4. Module 4: Upper Limb Assessment

  • Course 6: Performance, injury, and rehabilitation assessment toolbox

  1. Module 1: Additional lower limb dynamic tests (squat jump, drop jump, squat, land & hold).
  2. Module 2: Lower Limb Isometric Tests
  3. Module 3: A framework and toolbox for kinetics and kinematics in rehabilitation and Return to Sport
  4. Module 4: A framework and toolbox for short term load-response monitoring and evaluating chronic adaptations

  • Course 7: Optimising Training in Structured Training

  1. Module 1: Female Football Training Context and Evolution.
  2. Module 2: Structured Microcycle
  3. Module 3: Structure Integration
  4. Module 4: Load Individualisation

  • Course 8: Coadjuvant Training

  1. Module 1: Female Strength Training Context and Evolution.
  2. Module 2: Coadjuvant Training in Structured Microcycle
  3. Module 3: Variability-Specificity
  4. Module 4: Strength Individualisation, Control and Evaluation

  • Course 9: Internal and External Load Monitoring

  1. Module 1: Scientific Context
  2. Module 2: Internal Load Monitoring
  3. Module 3: External Load Monitoring
  4. Module 4: Test and Evaluation Mechanisms

  • Course 10: Multidisciplinary Work on Health and Performance

  1. Module 1: Female Footballer Physiology and Injury Risk
  2. Module 2: Injury prevention, recovery, and readaptation
  3. Module 3: Invisible Training: Nutrition and Rest
  4. Module 4: Psychology and sociological context.

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