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Building Players & Participation: The Football Development Model

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Meeting Description:

Concerned about developing better players and participation in your football program? Join us to discuss these topics and the Football Development Model (FDM).

The FDM is a way of teaching the sport that meets athletes where they are and helps them grow physically and mentally, first as a person and then as an athlete. Launching in 2020, the FDM will be the game plan for how America’s favorite sport is presented, practiced and coached.

Register for this webinar to learn more about the future of football and the FDM.

Date: Tue, Sep 24, 2019
Time: 02:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Coach & Athletic Director


•  Football Development Model
 Presenter Information
Michael Krueger, Ed.S., CMAA
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As USA Football’s Director of Coaching, Mike Krueger leads the design and framework of the Football Development Model (FDM). The FDM is based on long-term athlete development principles and the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee’s American Development Model.

Krueger’s career spans 28 years in public education as an administrator, athletic/activities director, counselor, teacher and coach. He earned numerous awards for his work as chair of the Colorado High School Activities Association’s football committee, including the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association 2012-13 State Award of Merit and a 2017 National Federation of State High School Associations Citation, presented to outstanding athletic directors nationwide for contributions to interscholastic athletics.

A former assistant professor at Metro State University Denver, Mike is also a member of the National Teaching Faculty for the NIAAA and is a Past President of the Colorado Athletics Directors Association.