VfB Stuttgart | Cooperation advancefootball

The youth performance center and the VfB football school will work together with Advance.Football in the future, creating a digital offer for coaches.


“The cooperation with Advance.Football opens up completely new opportunities for us to actively contribute to the training of our partners in the region as well as all youth coaches and to qualify them not only through advanced training offers, but also innovative and child-friendly forms of training in one very high quality way to hand. It is therefore a milestone for us to further professionalize our regional efforts in the area of ​​talent spotting and talent development, ”says Thomas Krücken, Director NLZ. In the future, videos with training forms based on the VfB training philosophy will be shown on the Advance.Football platform. This content is primarily aimed at the trainers of the VfB cooperation clubs, who are supported by the provision of professionally prepared video material with training forms and the overarching know-how according to the VfB training philosophy. This not only further enhances the association’s cooperations, but also allows the platform to be used for further education and training thanks to the digital possibilities – completely independent of time and location. In addition to using their own trainers in the cooperation associations, this additional offer is intended to further increase the quality of training and to further increase the level of training in the basic and advanced areas.

But not only the partner clubs will benefit from the cooperation with Advance.Football, the VfB football school with its numerous locations will also benefit greatly from it. “The cooperation between Advance.Football and VfB will represent absolute added value for the further development of our training concepts in the football school and will dovetail even more closely with the NLZ. In addition, our location and partner clubs in particular can look forward to a broad, digital portfolio for designing their training content in the next step, ”says Jens Bräunig, Director B2C.