This chapter focuses on the phenomenological basis of the study and its choice as a suitable methodology. It seeks to explicate the relevant concepts related to phenomenological design such as bracketing, epoche, noema, and noesis. The chapter describes procedures of the research as induction interviews, the selection of the candidates, along with potential drawbacks, and ethical considerations. It provides the reason for including the unconscious in the design, a description of alchemical hermeneutics and the use of word clouds. Investigating soccer individuals in team settings can reveal new insights, and it appears that a phenomenological approach is indicated as the best way to do this. 'The purpose of this type of interviewing is to describe the meaning of a concept or phenomenon that several individuals share'. The chapter describes the procedures for the gathering and analyzing data, study limitations, and the ethical concerns and issues.