The academy to become a football observer
With Scoutit you learn the profession of football observer and immediately start working in this wonderful world
The Scoutit academy is the first to offer a gradual path to learn at a technical, bureaucratic and commercial level all that is needed to become a professional football observer.
Whether you are on the pitch …
… that you are an expert …
… if you want to specialize …
… but even if you are just a fan …
Our goal is to make the world of scouting accessible to all fans
SCOUTIT deals with field scouting and training for football observers
If you are interested in this world and want to learn knowledge from the professionals of the trade you are in the right place!
The role of the football observer
The role of the football observer is of primary importance within the football economy. This is the figure responsible for finding profiles of interesting players for their goals and discovering new talents. Football scouting has always been an activity present in football but over the years there has been a profound evolution of the role. Personological attitudes (critical ability, attention to detail, sensitivity) and techniques (knowledge and competence on football) have been gradually joined by new skills, such as IT, relational and in some cases linguistic.
The goals of the football observer they change according to the context in which it operates and the figures it works for, usually clubs or agents. You can work on youth, amateur and clearly professional football. Particularly in today’s globalized football there are potentially many opportunities for collaboration and increasingly open paths towards scouting. Nowadays, in almost all countries and competitions it is possible to find talent thanks to the average improvement of the world level of football. Combined with this, the possibilities for create a network with professionals also abroad . The technical assessments of the player are therefore also combined with a knowledge of the context in which he is observed, and preferably a deep-rooted network of contacts that can support one’s observation work. For this reason we mentioned the new skills of the scout, because if well exploited the potential of the role is even more favorable than in the past.