Training compensation is a fee which must be paid to a player’s training club when they sign their first professional contract with another club. We’ve created a simple app that can calculate a player’s compensation for you which should save you same trouble.
As mentioned, Training compensation is a fee which must be paid to a player’s training club when they sign his first professional contract with another club and on each further transfer until the end of the football season of his 23rd birthday. We’ve covered this issue extensively in the past with plenty of posts where we explain its details and how to calculate it.
- What Is Training Compensation In Football?
- The Calculation of Training Compensation in Football (Part 1)
- The Calculation of Training Compensation in Football (Part 2)
Training compensation is due when a player is registered for the first time as a professional or when they transfer between clubs of two different associations (whether during or at the end of his contract) before the end of the season of his 23rd birthday. This means that clubs that sign a player who’s under 23 years old on a Bosman (when their contract runs out), they still have to pay a fee.
The app itself is extremely simple. All you need is the player’s info and his career history up to the transfer. For example, we took one of the most famous teen transfers in football history and calculated his training compensation – the transfer or Martin Ødegaard to Real Madrid.
First, you enter the player’s info:
Then, you add the player’s playing history and enter your email where you will receive the calculated training compensation in a PDF.
Here’s the result: