Weber Educational Research & Instructional Studies

February 2019, Vol. 12 (5), ISSN:2449-1608

© Author(s) 2019. This work is distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.

Research Article

Relationship between School Sport and Sport Land in the City and Maputo Province, Mozambique

Clemente Afonso MATSINHE1,2   &  Lourenço Mascarenhas JUNIOR3

1Doutorado em Cultura Física, Professor Auxiliar da Faculdade de Educação Física e Desporto, Universidade Pedagógica.
2Membro e pesquisador no Centro de Investigação e Desenvolvimento do Desporto e Actividade Física-CIDADE.
3Mestre em Ensino de Educação Física e Desporto, Professor na Escola Secundária de Magude



Accepted 21th February, 2019; Available Online 22th February, 2019.


The present study sought to understand the relationship that exists between school sport and sport Land a prospect of cooperation and complementarity. Therefore, the size of the sample was composed of 166 students of both sexes of the 3rd Cycle of primary and secondary education general Madonda, Matola, Moamba, Namaacha, pre-selections of school teams and who practiced the DF in the period from 2015 to 2017 in the clubs of the Province and City of Maputo. Also participated in the study, 13 12 PEF PEF/coaches, 05 coaches of DF 2 sports managers of both the subsystems of the National Sport totaling 198 subjects surveyed. It was used quantitative methodology - qualitative, descriptive character - transversal, associated with the bibliographic review, and two anonymous questionnaires applied as an instrument of measurement and data collection, consisting of 20 questions that he wished to obtain the opinion of the athletes of both subsystems, which was elaborated and applied by Macedo (2012), and the other addressed to Sports Agents, comprising 14 questions, of which 11 are closed and 3 open, which was designed and implemented by (J. M. B. Da Cunha, 2002a). The results allow us to conclude that there is no relationship of cooperation and complementarity between the DE AND DF and the organizational models are characterized by different competitive frameworks.

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