On September 2020, MBP School of Coaches and Club Universidad de Chile reached an agreement to start a joint project. The main objectives of this partnership are to assist the club in the creation and implementation of its own player development method, using a process patented by MBP, called IPPM® (Identity, Planning, Programming and Methodology) and to provide and facilitate access to MBP’s training for all of Chilean soccer.
The IPPM service is a worldwide unique tool that allows clubs to create their own methodology and present it in digital manuals and online platforms in order to ensure that the method is durable and can continually be evaluated. Thanks to this service, within two years, La U will have the same working patterns and common development objectives in all of their youth soccer, creating players with the identity that the club wants.
In addition to this, MBP School of Coaches will work together with La U to bring to Chile the best training programs for professional players – from coaches and players to players’ representatives and sports journalists. MBP and La U are two institutions that share the same values, the same love for the sport and envision the same impact that offering a quality professional education can have.
The programs offered by MBP School cover all the training demands that youth soccer coaches and players may face, from the content that will focus on the development of young players such as the Specialist Course in Youth Soccer Methodology as well as training content aimed at high performance such as the Specialist Course in Scouting and Match Analysis or the Individual Fundamentals by Position course.
MBP are training more than 1000 coaches and soccer professionals per year, in more than 35 countries. In addition, it provides consulting services for Federations such as the Mexican Federation, the Peruvian Federation, among others. Additionally, it works with Clubs such as Universidad de Chile, Atlético Mineiro, Santa Teresa (Iberdrola League), among others. We always have the same mission, with the same vision: to help soccer professionals to achieve their goals by offering quality training and consultancy as a tool for success.
This agreement represents La U’s strategy to position itself as one of the elite clubs in the development of youth soccer in South America and also to continue offering quality training programs for Chilean soccer professionals, thus improving soccer all over the country.