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The Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL) is the largest women’s soccer league in the world and while it had to cancel’s its usual summer season, the organization is using the time during this pandemic time effectively to help grow the game and its resources for members.
InStat, a global leader in sports video and data analytics, has joined the Women’s Premier Soccer League(WPSL) as an official partner, the league announced Tuesday.
The partnership provides the opportunity for coaches and players in the largest women’s soccer league in the world to receive analysis and video breakdown following each match.
Players also have the opportunity to create a highlight montage to provide to prospective professional clubs throughout the world.
“InStat is a world leader in sports performance analysis and is involved with professional leagues, players and clubs throughout the world,” WPSL Vice President DeBray Ayala said. “The WPSL is proud to work side-by-side with a top-rate industry leader.
“It is with extreme excitement that InStat enters into a partnership with the WPSL, said David Cox, InStat North America Account Manager. “By working collaboratively, it is our belief that the WPSL can aid its teams, coaches, and players in development and growth within the world of soccer.
“This will enable the WPSL players to reach new levels of play.”David Cox, InStat North America Account Manager
“InStat offers WPSL teams an innovative format to analyze player’s performance with access to a number of unique tools available – providing insight and data that not only helps the coaching staff plan and prep accordingly but also assists the player in evaluating their strengths and weaknesses and improving performance on the field,” said Ayala.
InStat CEO Alexander Ivansky founded the company in 2007. It is based in Limerick, Ireland with offices in Philadelphia and Moscow.
The company has 2,000 clients worldwide and focuses on soccer, basketball, and hockey. It works closely with national federations, most notably France, Brazil, and Spain, and has clients in the English Premier League, La Liga, NWSL, and the NBA.