Document Type : Research Article


1 Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta, Indonesia

2 Universitas PGRI Semarang, Indonesia

3 Universitas Syiah Kuala, Indonesia


This study evaluates the football achievement development in a special sports class high
school level in Gunungkidul Yogyakarta. This study uses the CIPP (Context, Input,
Process, Product) evaluation model approach. The data were collected using interview
guidelines, observation sheets, and document study. This study's Respondents involved the
principal, the teacher in charge of implementing a special sports class, and the football
coaches. The data analysis technique used qualitative data analysis through data
triangulation. The study results reveal that in the context aspect, the implementation of a
special sports class is based on a decision letter from the Head of the District Education
Office and a decision letter from the DIY Provincial Education Office. In the input aspect,
the admission of new students for the special sports class is carried out through
administrative selection, tests of physical abilities, and sports skills. Besides, the budget for
implementing Special Sports Class still relies on sources of funds from the provincial level
Regional Revenue and Expenditure Budget, School Operational Assistance, and school
committee. The condition of equipment availability is considered good, and the football
field facilities used for the training process are in category C. Also, the coach's license who
handles the sport of football is in categories B and C. In the process aspect, the time
allocation for soccer sports achievement falls into categories B, and C. Football match
trials have been carried out both by the school and the coach himself. Meanwhile, in the
product aspect, students' achievements have been achieved by students in the special sports
class at the regency level, and achievements at the provincial level are still considered