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1 Youth Hockey Development Stephan Haumann Deutscher Hockey-Bund e.V. Member of the Youth Committee in Germany

2 Umpire Development Youth Umpire Development in Germany Stephan Haumann | Member of the Youth Committee

3 Structure of German Hockey Deutscher Hockey-Bund (NA) separated in 15 regional Hockey Associations 376 clubs approx. 65,000 Hockey player Stephan Haumann | Member of the Youth Committee

4 Structure of umpire development Deutscher Hockey-Bund (NA) approx. 4,800 umpires 3 license grades: - club umpire - regional association umpire - national umpire (incl. international umpire) Stephan Haumann | Member of the Youth Committee

5 Structure of umpire development Stephan Haumann | Member of the Youth Committee Club male/female Regional male/female National Youth male/female National male/female Inter- national male/female senior U U U total

6 Why do clubs need umpires? It is common known that: - umpires are important - umpires are compulsory for matches - umpires are a part of the whole Stephan Haumann | Member of the Youth Committee

7 Why do clubs need umpires? Umpires bring advantages for the club Stephan Haumann | Member of the Youth Committee

8 Why do clubs need umpires? Saturday, 3rd division group A: Birds vs. Tigers(umpire: Bananas) Sunday, 3rd division group B: Bananas vs. Pineapples (umpire: Birds) Stephan Haumann | Member of the Youth Committee

9 Why do clubs need umpires? If a club has a licensed umpire (regional license), the club has to umpires less games than a club without a licensed umpire. The club experiences how important umpires are and sets higher priorities on the acquisition of new, young umpires Stephan Haumann | Member of the Youth Committee Team Birds (2 licensed umpires) Team Bananas (no licensed umpire) Games to umpire (for the regional association) per season 520

10 How to become an umpire… 1st step: Club license (compulsory for all umpires in all divisions and at all ages) - rules course at the club ~2h (held by umpire coaches of regional association) - rules test ~ 30mins. (indoor and outdoor; held by umpire coaches of regional association) Stephan Haumann | Member of the Youth Committee

11 How to become an umpire… 2nd step: Regional license - rules course - practical course (at a tournament) - rules test (indoor and outdoor) - practical test License valid for 1 year Stephan Haumann | Member of the Youth Committee

12 How to become an umpire… 3rd step: National youth license - rules course - practical course (at a tournament) - rules test (indoor and outdoor) - practical test - fitness test (cooper-test) - video coaching - umpiring German youth finals report to national association about performance License valid for 2 years Stephan Haumann | Member of the Youth Committee

13 How to become an umpire… Special step (since 2004): Development program for female youth umpires - umpiring course for female umpires - teaching body language and communication (verbal, nonverbal) - coaching camp (weekend) for girls only Stephan Haumann | Member of the Youth Committee

14 Girls camp Stephan Haumann | Member of the Youth Committee Report in the German hockey magazine (title story July 05)

15 How to become an umpire… 4th step: National license - rules course - practical course (at a tournament) - rules test (indoor and outdoor) - practical test - fitness test (cooper-test) - video coaching - attending every years top-umpire-seminar - umpiring German first division matches report to national association about performance License valid for 2 years Stephan Haumann | Member of the Youth Committee

16 Youth Development The German Youth Panel and its Youth Spokespersons (YoSPs) Stephan Haumann | Member of the Youth Committee

17 Why do clubs need YoSPs? It is common known that: - youth spokespersons are competent - YoSPs are fit in dealing with new media - YoSPs want to involve themselves in improving the club, the structures - YoSPs are good mediators between the youth and the decisions of the adults Stephan Haumann | Member of the Youth Committee

18 The structure of the Youth Panel in Germany Stephan Haumann | Member of the Youth Committee Vice President Youth Member of the Executive Board Youth Committee 2 YSPs Regional Association Youth Committee 1 or 2 YSPs Regional Association Youth Committee 1 or 2 YSPs Regional Association Youth Committee 1 or 2 YSPs Regional Association Youth Committee 1 or 2 YSPs Youth Panel

19 Where are the YoSPs involved? The Youth spokespersons of the Deutscher Hockey-Bund are involved in: - tournament direction of national U14, U16 and U18 finals - sports-for-all event organization and camps Stephan Haumann | Member of the Youth Committee

20 Sports-for-all The Deutscher Hockey-Bund offers several sports-for-all events for club, school and local/regional representative teams (< U18). Stephan Haumann | Member of the Youth Committee


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