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Understanding how youth football players base their game interactions may constitute a solid criterion for fine-tuning the training process and, ultimately, to achieve better individual and team performances during competition. The present study aims to explore how passing networks and positioning variables can be linked to the match outcome in youth elite association football. The participants included 44 male elite players from under-15 and under-17 age groups. A passing network approachdoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0171156 pmid:28141823 pmcid:PMC5283742 fatcat:3rxld5wchfatzofixnh6nma3xq