At Sportstec we are really proud of our client list. We've had the privilege of building long term relationships with some of the most admired sporting teams and organizations in the USA and the world.
Take a look at how Sportstec has helped other teams in their search for sporting excellence.
Preparation and analysis play a major part in a professional rugby team, with players able to use a variety of tools to analyse their game and that of their opposition. Ulster's video analyst, Simon McGookin, is interviewed about his role with the team.
University of Louisville
The University of Louisville first became a Sportstec customer in 2003 when the Women’s Soccer program bought a SportsCode GameBreaker Software License. Since then the relationship between the University of Louisville and Sportstec has continued to thrive and grow over the years.
Sports Technology at Middlesbrough Football Club (UK)
Beach Volleyball - Ruben Barrera
Ruben Barrera, coach of Beach Volleyball's elite players, has mixed high-level sport with computer science. As soon as he learnt Sportstec was developing Sportstec Mercury for Volleyball (among other sports), he supported the Sportstec team and contributed to the development of Mercury’s Beach Volleyball version.
The Perth Glory - Ron Smith
Ron Smith, head coach of the Perth Glory Soccer Team, has been using the SportsCode range of products for the last eight years. Now that he has mastered the systems, he explains how he uses them and even gives us some of his coding tips.
Gijs van Heumen, Dutch women field hockey team's coach, welcomes us to HC Rotterdam, takes us along a week of training and games, and shows us how effective and helpful Sportstec products are on a day to day basis in field hockey.
The Seattle Storm
Heidi Vanderveer, Seattle Storm's Assistant coach, explains how making "video part of your players' daily basketball diet can be the greater opportunity to be successful!"
The Bolton Wanderers
Leading the way in embracing video analysis to deliver an optimum performance.
Innovative Strength & Conditioning coach takes advantage of technology solutions to get the best out of his athletes.
SportsCode’s very first customer is 10 years later still finding new ways to push the technology to the next level.
University of Virginia Lacrosse
Lacrosse is one of the fastest growing sports in the United States and keeping abreast with technological advancement means staying competitive.
The Seattle Supersonics
Leading up to the NBA Playoffs SportsCode takes an Assistant coach title.
2005 Lions Tour of New Zealand
SportsCode helps to bring together four nations to play as one quickly and effectively.
The Sydney Swans
Sportstec technology provides a winning edge for the 2005 Premiership winners.
University of California: Santa Barbara
Mark Amaral from UCSB’s Men’s Basketball team highlights the benefits of stepping outside of your comfort zone.
University Of Bath - Team Bath
The University of Bath has 63 sports on offer and SportsCode has been enthusiastically embraced by a variety of codes in the push for sporting excellence across the Southwest
region of England.