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Shoot to Thrill – Game theory and probability calculation in football (iStage 3)

Elfmeter – Anwendung der Spieltheorie und Wahrscheinlichkeitsrechnung im Fußball (iStage 3)

Penalty shoot-outs are among the most thrilling situations that can occur during a football match. In this teaching unit the game theory is being introduced to the students. These get to know how to calculate the probability of scoring a goal with a single shot and how to optimise the penalty shoot-out by taking into account simple mathematics.

The teaching unit is taken from the brochure ‘iStage 3 - Football in Science Teaching’ from the topic ‘big data’. The complete brochure can be ordered free of charge via mail (info@science-on-stage.de) or downloaded. It was developed by 20 teachers from 15 countries around Europe. The project was proudly supported by SAP.

Authors: Stephen Kimbrough (DE), Damjan Štrus (SL)

All additional material for the brochure can be found here.

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