A computer game for children reveals secrets that the world's biggest football clubs are looking for answers to

In order to better identify tomorrow's football stars, international national and club teams test the brains of children up to the age of 12. Behind the idea is a Dutchman who has already seen startling results. The graphics are most reminiscent of Pac-Man, Space Invaders, Tetris or other video games that have at least 30-40 years behind them. With a cannon you have to shoot small figures that fall from the sky. You also have to connect dots in time and remember shapes like in a kind of flip game.

The tasks are different, but the intent is the same in the computer game that ultimately reveals whether your teenager is smart enough to become a soccer player at Champions League level.

The man behind the game has visited talent academies in e.g. FC Barcelona and Real Madrid, and here he made a surprising discovery.