Women's football, like all sports, comes with its fair share of physical injuries. From strains and sprains to really serious injuries, female football players are just as prone to getting hurt as their male counterparts. However, the physical toll of the game can often go unreported or unrecognized, as women's football is not as visible or commercially successful as men's football. This lack of visibility can make it harder for female players to access the same medical care quality and support as men players. All of this makes injury recovery something more difficult for women.
Football: Sports Science & Technology
Physical preparation has a lot to say about the weeks off during the holidays. How to rest, train, and what to eat or drink during the end of the year are some of the details that are treated in the following article.
Intending to make more and more players aware of the possibility of having elite GPS technology, OLIVER formed the first team of 10 ambassadors who will put the name of the company at the top. Meet each of them in the following article.
Débora plays futsal for Sporting Clube de Portugal, where she has been defending the green and white colors for 7 seasons now. She is 27 years old and has also played in Italian futsal. Débora is now looking to improve her level by incorporating GPS technology.
He started uploading videos of his goals and his community on TikTok grew to unexpected levels. With an audience of +4 million, he managed to go to Qatar and put OLIVER on everyone's radar.
While the vast majority of the players who will be at the World Cup play in the top divisions of different countries, there are some exceptions. To be more precise, 50 players are playing in the 2°, 3° and even 4° division of different countries. Read the details of the report by @PedroPensil in the following article.
Although there are different GPS technologies in the world of football, this time we will separate them into two main groups: those placed on the back in vest format (Catapult, StatSports, among others) and those that are placed on the leg (as is the case of OLIVER).
The two types of football differ in many ways and are similar in others, but in this article we will focus on the physical aspects. In which one do players run the most? Which one is more intense? Which one is more physically challenging? All of this can be answered thanks to GPS technology, and today we are analysing every detail.
After the merger between UE Costa Brava and CF Badalona, Badalona Futur was born, a club that innovates in many aspects and is already making history. It incorporated OLIVER to measure all the metrics of the first team, in addition to enhancing performance and preventing injuries.