In our age, businesses are accepted as living organisms. Businesses that are aware of this change have begun to transition from a result oriented work system to process management, closely following customer expectations in order to exist in the future as well. The largest expense that sports clubs incur involves transfer spending, because the most talented footballer, who would influence team success, is recruited from outside the club.
Today, many sports clubs are incorporated and need to create their own economic resources that would not only ensure their survival but also their success and continuity. Th is resource can be achieved by means of the footballers who participate in the youth development programs conducted by the club’ football academy.
The standards of football are on the rise, and so are the expectations of all those involved, with qualified footballers demanding astronomical wages. Sport clubs need to increase their profits by using the resources that are being developed in their respective football academies. If a given footballer attains a high standard by performing well during training an d making it to the first string team, the club has to save on the transfer budget.
The aim of this study is to determine how club football schools and academies manage in accordance with process management within the system approach.