The adoption of The Sports Office’s online performance management systems, within elite football, has increased to such an extent that the company now supplies more than 20 leading professional clubs across the globe.
Those using the system at first team level include several in the Barclay’s Premier League and Sky Bet Championship, as well as clubs in North America’s MLS and Australasia’s A-League.
Phil Clarke, The Sports Office Managing Director, commented: “We believe this continued growth at the highest levels is a reflection of the capability, quality and reliability of our online performance management systems for elite, professional football.
“Via feedback we receive from our expanding client base, we have seen that our systems deliver a major positive performance impact for the organisations which adopt them.”
Clarke added: “We have recently completed a major system update which has delivered increased functionality, an improved design and an enhanced user experience. We look forward to continuing our work to support both existing and new clients.”
The Sports Office online performance management systems for football were created to meet the increasing challenges faced by practitioners involved in the sport at elite, professional level. The systems provide extensive functionality to support coaching, video-usage, sports science, sports medicine, scouting and recruitment, squad management and communication. They also allow the creation of truly personalised performance and development plans for players.
The company works with more than 20 elite football clubs, competing in the world’s most high-profile competitions. Several major national governing bodies have also chosen to adopt The Sports Office. One of these is the Scottish FA, who use it throughout their structures, including for all their national teams and at all seven of their Performance Schools.
Elsewhere in the world of elite sport, clients include the RFU, Aviva Premiership rugby clubs, leading equestrian organisations, professional tennis coaches, clubs in Rugby League’s Super League and professional cycling teams.