ECNL announces partnership with video and data platform Hudl
RICHMOND, Va. – The ECNL has partnered with Hudl to provide its athletes, coaches and clubs with video and data tools to improve performance on and off the field.
“The tremendous advancements in technology are enabling players and coaches to evaluate and improve play like never before. Our partnership with Hudl will increase access to these technologies and further our mission to raise the game,” said ECNL President Christian Lavers. “The Hudl technologies and services, including video capture and analysis services, are designed to help educate, develop, and showcase players across the league as they pursue their goals to play collegiate and professional soccer.”
Founded in 2009, the ECNL has grown from 40 clubs in its inaugural season to more than 240 clubs and 70,000 players across the Girls and Boys ECNL in 2021. Through this partnership with Hudl, ECNL clubs will have exclusive pricing and access to Hudl educational platforms to make it easier to enhance team play through video, Assist and more.
In addition, the ECNL will have enhanced marketing and top video quality for showcase events, significantly impacting the recruitment process by providing next-level premier content to highlight players and promote them to the top colleges, universities, and professional clubs worldwide.
With this partnership, the ECNL joins top clubs and leagues around the world, including the English Premier League, La Liga, and Major League Soccer, to provide its clubs with Hudl’s video and data tools.
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