Britain’s top football clubs hire analysts to record their professional player’s data, enforcing a tech driven approach. Data has grown 350% since 2011, and is predicted to grow further. Football is the world’s most popular sport, so FootballTracker have built a platform that allows amateur players to upload their data from historical matches. With 1000’s of downloads, the team are seeking funds to grow their community.
- They’re to be part of the accelerator program
- FT have built a platform that features players, teams and tournaments
- Their app has received 1000’s of downloads
- FT’s aim is to reduce the gap between amateur & professional football
Our mission is to provide a standard platform for amateur football. Allowing managers and players to record their information of matches, teams and leagues. Analysts and data are a big part of the world’s top football clubs, with 11 analyst’s gathering data from Manchester City alone. We believe that amatuer football doesn’t have a platform for which non-professional players can record statistics, this urged us to build Football Tracker. A platform where level, age or money doesn’t matter. We are here to reduce the gap between amateur and professional football. We are here to remove barriers. We are here to connect football worldwide. We have built Footballtracker from scratch, in house, already featuring individual players, teams and tournaments. We’re certain that data is big, and getting bigger and our platform allows amatuer players of the worlds most popular sport to record their historical data, just like the professionals.
So far, we have achieved the following:
– 1000’s of mobile app downloads
– 1500 followers Twitter
– Almost 1400 followers Facebook
– Selected to be part of the accelerator program “Business Booster” in Spain
– Attending the Sports Consortium 2015 in London
– Invited to speak at AI Summit London 2016 in London
– Manage a couple of tournaments in Spain with more than 1,600 participants.