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Exclusive: Football Australia Expands Deal With Stats Perform

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Exclusive: Football Australia Expands Deal With Stats Perform

Leading sports data company, Stats Perform, have announced a new three-year deal with Football Australia.

For the past eight years Stats Perform has provided Football Australia with professional services, with this new deal, Opta data from the men’s, women’s and youth league matches will be collected to provide the best possible database for monitoring Australian players.

With the partnership, Football Australia’s technical staff will be able to build a single, consistent database of event data for the support of long-term international pathway management.

Football Australia will also be able to access Stats Perform’s ProVision tool to monitor weekly performance and support detailed analysis of opposition teams.

Football Australia head of performance analysis, Doug Kors, said: “We are very pleased to be continuing our long-standing relationship with Stats Perform.”

“The database of Opta data, collected across all of our matches, is integral to the ongoing analysis of each of our international age groups, as we prepare for qualification campaigns and major competitions involving our men’s and women’s senior and youth teams,” Kors said.

Stats Perform senior vice president of sales APAC, Steven Cliffe, said: “We are very happy to have expanded our existing agreement to provide the coaches working with the Socceroos, Matildas and all the Australian youth teams with additional tracking data from matches, to further enhance their post-match analysis processes.”

“This commitment further reinforces Stats Perform’s position as the leading provider of team performance services to national federations in the APAC region, and we are looking forward to supporting Football Australia as they manage their player pathways and prepare for international fixtures,” Cliffe said.

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