Level of Understanding of Football Rules for Parents in the SESKOM 2022 Competition
This research is motivated by youth competitions or tournaments between soccer schools, many parents accompany students to compete. When accompanying students to compete, it is often found that the guardians of students are involved in protesting to the referee and giving excessive instructions to players. Sometimes students have followed the referee's decision, but the parents still do not accept what has been decided, resulting in the match being hampered. This research is quantitative descriptive. The method used in this research is a survey method. The instrument used is a questionnaire. The instruments that have been arranged are consulted with experts, then the validity test is carried out with the results of 12 of 20 valid questions and a reliability of 0.840. The population in this study was the guardians of students who were in the SESKOM 2022 tournament in Sumberejo with a total of 30 people. The data analysis technique used is descriptive analysis with percentages. The results showed that the level of understanding of the parents' understanding of the rules of the competition game for young people was in the good category of 66%. Of the total research objects, which amounted to 30 people, it was found that the very good category was 23% (7 people), the good category was 47% (14 people), the sufficient category was 23% (7 people), the less category was 7% (2 people) and the very less by 0% (none).
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