Here at the Bundesliga Fanatic, we are very excited to announce a partnership with InStat Football, who is now the website’s official data provider. We are incredibly honored to be sponsored by a worldwide leader in football data. Additionally, we are thrilled by the possibilities offered by this partnership in terms of performance and video analysis from the Bundesliga down to the lower levels of German football that is now at our fingertips. You should be seeing the fruits of this partnership immediately on our site.
InStat Football is an industry leader in providing all-in-one football analytics tools to more than 800 clubs around the world. Many of InStat’s clients are among the biggest clubs in the world. In Germany alone, InStat has 34 clients, including top division clubs like Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig, Schalke 04, Borussia Mönchengladbach, Mainz 05, etc. Or 2.Bundesliga clubs like 1.FC Kaiserslautern, Dynamo Dresden, St. Pauli, Karlsruhe SC, etc. However, InStat’s services are not limited to big professional clubs, as the likes of youth academies can use the company’s products to optimize training for young players.
For its footballing clients, InStat provides a range of analytical tools used by staff, coaches, and players. Chief among InStat’s tools is InStat Scout, which coaches and scouts can use to watch footage of thousands of players from around the world, as well as view a detailed analytical dashboard for each player. Additionally, InStat Football publishes thousands of league, match, and player reports, presenting data ranging from player performance and player fitness to refereeing. Finally, InStat Football also provides media clients with a state-of-the-art Matchday center that clubs and leagues around the world can use to broadcast live matches to their fans.
In the industry, InStat is best known for its enormous archive of video footage that football professional and media use. This footage is categorizes and sliced dozens of different ways so that clients, for example, could study free kick situations during all Bayern matches this season, or RB Leipzig’s movement during counter attacks, or Pierre-Emrick Aubameyang’s goal finishing. The options are nearly infinite.
Here at the Bundesliga Fanatic, InStat provides us with weekly reports as well as access to their statistic and video archive. Our editors and contributors will use this information in countless ways to enhance the writing we offer you on our site.
Moreover, in coming weeks and months, you can expect to see pieces on the Bundesliga Fanatic about German football written by InStat Football’s team of experts. These pieces will cover a variety of topics and statistics.
Finally, stay tuned for an interview with the company, which is celebrating its 10th Anniversary in 2017.
Without further adieu, please join us in giving InStat Football a very warm welcome to the Bundesliga Fanatic!
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