For the second consecutive year, OLIVER was the GPS technology worn by young players from all over the world taking part in the unforgettable experience organized by Fundación Real Madrid.
Football: Sports Science & Technology
Noia Portus Apostoli has signed up to OLIVER, the only GPS technology 100% adapted to Indoor Football and used by 25% of the First Division teams. The season starts in a few weeks and the team is already fine-tuning every detail in order to maximize performance.
The pre-season is not only key for the players to get fit, but also provides an opportunity for clubs to assess what tools the team will use for the upcoming season. For the 22/23 season, more and more teams are incorporating technology and 8 out of 10 choose OLIVER. Let’s take a look at why.
Alcoyano competed during the last century in the most important divisions of Spanish football and months ago managed to escape financial relegation. For this season they are looking not only to stay in "Primera RFEF" but also to improve on last year's excellent season. To accomplish this, they have incorporated OLIVER GPS technology and experienced players to reinforce the squad.
After failing to qualify for the title play-offs last season, Industrias is relying on OLIVER and its monitoring technology to achieve great results next season. It will make its debut against Barcelona, the reigning champion, on September 10.
GPS technology in football has proven to be a precious tool for physical trainers, coaches, and players. Main features and benefits of OLIVER for professional and semi-professional Men's football, as well as Women's football, Futsal and Youth football.
Since July and with its eyes set on promotion, U.E. Sant Andreu has been using OLIVER GPS devices to measure its players' metrics and prevent injuries.
Just like in the movie Moneyball with Brad Pitt, the signing of players through Big Data is gaining more and more ground, thanks to the incredible results it has achieved across the globe. Stars such as Kevin De Bruyne and Memphis Depay have defined their future thanks to the information, and clubs are incorporating more and more technology into their decision-making.
The first women's World Cup organized by the F.I.F.A. was held in 1991, 61 years later than the men's World Cup, and gave visibility to a sport that had been hidden for many years in secrecy and prohibitions. This discipline has much more to develop, but the situation has changed a lot and is gaining more and more players, fans, and consumers every day.