Girls Academy announces major partnership with high-tech video platform InStat
The Girls Academy (GA) has named InStat the league’s first-ever Official Video Analysis Provider and the Official League Exchange Video Platform Provider.
The GA continues to seek partnerships with organizations and individuals who align with the league’s commitment to creating an unrivaled experience for GA players and clubs. InStat stood out amongst competing offers because of the resources they are putting behind the women’s game with the recent NCAA Division 1 Women’s soccer partnership, along with the ease of their player-centric video analysis and the direct accessibility for scouting. The InStat partnership provides robust video analysis tools (see Scout) and an unlimited league exchange platform which will aid GA clubs and players in maximizing player and team development as well as the recruitment and scouting journey.
“We look forward to seeing the impact that InStat will have on our players and clubs,” said Ashlee Fontes-Comber, GA board of director. “Over several conversations with InStat, it became clearer each time that they were truly committed to putting resources into making this a powerful partnership immediately and with long-term collaborative and innovative potential.”
“We are beyond thrilled to partner with the Girls Academy. This demonstrates our commitment to growing Women’s soccer throughout the world,” said Mark Yates, InStat Director of North America. “On the back of InStat’s recent partnership with NCAA Division 1 Women’s soccer every team and player in the Girls Academy will now have greater recruiting exposure through our platform.”
The GA focus remains to build the most dynamic platform imaginable for the players. The season kicks off in August with the first showcase event in November. Click here for more information on the GA.