This study aims to identify the relationship between Big5 personality factors and perceived performance of youth soccer players, and it is meaningful to provide empirical data on personality factors in psychological counseling or personality education of youth soccer players. The Seoul Metropolitan Elementary School Soccer Weekend League players were set as populations and 384 samples were extracted for final data analysis. Frequency analysis, One-way ANOVA, and post-verification Scheffe and regression analysis were conducted for research purposes. First, the Big5 personality factors according to the personal characteristics of youth soccer players Second, the perceived performance of the youth soccer player according to the personal characteristics was not statistically significant. The Big5 personality factors of youth soccer players have a statistical impact on perceived performance.
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