Analysis of Anxiety Level at School and College Football Players |
The rational for this study was designed to examine the level ofcompetitive trait anxiety that wereexperienced prior to a football competition and to ascertain whether there wereany differences between these two age groups. Anxiety was measured using thesport competition Anxiety Test (SCAT) (Martens, Vealey and Burton, 1990). Thesample size consisted of two High School Football players with the age rangingfrom 15 to 17 years and 20 college football players of age ranging between 19to 21 years. Analysis of trait anxiety showed a significance difference of 0.05as college football players were found to be less anxious than school footballpayers. But both th9 anxiety age group players presuppose an average degree ofsuggestions for future research and practical consideration which are listed inthe conclusion.