Annual pricing

Video upload type

Number of teams per club

Manual video tagging

Coach comments

Automated video tagging

Video autocam

Video zoom

Create video clips

Download video clips

Player challenges

Player development plan

FREE

£ Free

Single camera

3 teams

Get started

BASIC

£ 199 / Year / per team

Dual camera

Unlimited

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ENTERPRISE

Ideal for clubs with 10+ teams

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33%

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FREE

Ideal for single-team clubs

Annual pricing £ 0.00

Video upload type: Single camera

Teams x club: 3 teams

Manual video tagging: ✔

Coach comments: ✔

Automated video tagging: ✘

Video autocam: ✘

Video zoom: ✘

Create video clips: ✔

Download video clips: ✘

Player challenges: ✔

Player development plan: ✔

Get started

BASIC

Ideal for grassroots clubs

Annual pricing £ 199 / Year / per team

Video upload type: Dual camera

Teams x club: Unlimited

Manual video tagging: ✔

Coach comments: ✔

Automated video tagging: ✔

Video autocam: ✔

Video zoom: ✔

Create video clips: ✔

Download video clips: ✔

Player challenges: ✔

Player development plan: ✔

Contact sales

ENTERPRISE

Ideal for clubs with 10+ teams

Save up to

33%

Contact sales

FAQs

What is the difference between a single camera and dual camera upload?

A single camera upload is an upload done with either a camera phone or a single action camera. A dual camera upload is recording done using the Statmetrix match recording unit. See here (Link to match recording product.)

What is a video autocam?

Video autocam is a viewing mode that allows you to re-watch the footage in a broadcast-like mode. This is done using our nifty tech. See an example here (link to unlisted Youtube for Kent match).

What are player challenges?

As the name suggests, these are challenges that coaches can set for their players to undertake activities outside of matches such as doing some distance running, practicing in the garden. Think of Microsoft teams for coaches, its fab!!

What can I do with the player development plan?

The player development plan allows coaches to set goals for players in conjunction with the player’s parent, where relevant. These plans fall under technical, tactical, physical and psychological. We are digitising those old paper-based plans 😁