There is still a lot to do after the soccer tournament. In a debriefing session, a number of points can be discussed that should not be missing from any agenda. Review your soccer match with participating players, your team and helpers. We have compiled all recommended topics for the debriefing.
How was your tournament - did everything go according to plan?
Now after the game you can discuss in detail whether the course of the tournament was as desired. Consider not only the individual matches between the teams, but also everything outside the court. Take notes and identify what went particularly well and what points on your schedule could be improved. The debriefing helps you to learn from experience and to plan your next soccer tournament even better.
Was your soccer tournament also a financial success?
In addition to the course of the event, you also want to know what your finances look like. To do this, you compare the income and expenses of the tournament. You will notice how important it is to keep a close eye on the figures. Compare the actual expenses with your cost statement and identify all expenses that were not planned.
Check the response to your public relations
Successful PR through articles in the local newspaper, advertising posters and other public relations work is not only crucial for the soccer tournament itself. If your club is more visible to the public, you can also win new sponsors, fans and good players for your team. Try to find out which advertising measures have been well received and led to the desired success.
Evaluation of questionnaire - feedback from teams
After the soccer tournament you should also evaluate the questionnaires of the participating teams. Enjoy the praise and take up constructive criticism as an important experience for your next event. Draw a conclusion from this and your own notes with suggestions for improving the next soccer tournament.