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Stamina is absolutely vital for any players. Many managers consider anything below solid stamina as a waste of resources in a league or cup game.

If a player does not have enough stamina, a serious drop in his performance will be noticed, particularly during the second half of matches. You will notice his drop in performance in his stars rating. The total number of stars shows his average performance during the game, while the number of yellow stars shows his performance at the end of the game. So the more grey stars, the more performance is lost due to low stamina.

In addition to this main use, stamina is somewhat important to avoid some negative Special Event and it is very important when using the Pressing tactics.

You can decide what percentage of your normal training to dedicate to stamina (minimum 5%), the amount needed to maintain a certain level of stamina depends on the age of the players. Stamina training efficiency will drop at higher intensity level, it´s better to train a little every week than a lot now and then.

The following contents are based on experience and/or research conducted by Hattrick users — which means that their veracity and accuracy have not been confirmed by any official statement, and consequently they do not necessarily reflect the game reality. Please take this into consideration!

Midfield Stamina Effect

The following percentage gives the impact of stamina on the midfield rating for a player with the same form/experience/playmaking rating.

Formidable 100%
Excellent 100%
Solid 91%
Passable 81%
Inadequate 72%
Weak 63%
Poor 53%
Wretched 44%
Disastrous 35%

Stamina Percentage

The following gives the minimal percentage required to maintain stamina at solid at various ages:

under 27 10%
28 11%
29 13%
30 17%
31 20%
32 22%
33 25%
34 30%

The following link will show you a complete table to obtain certain stamina level, with ages (17-38) and percentages (5%-50%). Those results are based on a study made by Shulo. Data was recolected in 4 federations and global forums of 12 different countries. This is the most reliable study about new changes of stamina.

Stamina table