Girls Academy renews partnership with video analysis provider InStat
The Girls Academy (GA) announced the renewal of InStat as the league’s Official Video Analysis provider in a multi-year sponsorship.
InStat will return as a top sponsor for the GA in the data analytics category for the 2021/2022 and 2022/2023 seasons. InStat will contribute substantial sponsorship investment each year to the GA and have increased usage from GA members. InStat will continue to see activations at GA events and have specialized digital campaign programming, giving InStat nation-wide exposure and quality engagement opportunities with GA membership.
“In the first year of the Girls Academy, InStat has been an incredible partner in every sense of the word,” said GA Commissioner Lesle Gallimore. “During a time when players and coaches were struggling to showcase their talents, find ways to continue to develop and hone their games, InStat stepped up each and every week for our clubs and players. We’re ecstatic to move forward into the future with InStat as they truly set the industry standard for video analysis and technology. The personalization of their customer service sets them apart.”
During the 2020/2021 season, InStat provided a complimentary league exchange platform for all of the teams in the GA – giving teams and players the ability to access player development tools. InStat gave around the clock support to GA members to ensure optimal utilization at a time when digital resources were most important for players to be seen during the pandemic and NCAA recruiting dead periods.
“We, at InStat, are excited to continue our relationship with the Girls Academy and proud of the relationship that we have established”, said Mark Yates, North American Director of InStat. “Our platform, the data and video within, can serve as a tremendous development tool for coaches and players, while also providing all players with maximum exposure to the higher levels of soccer. We look forward to being a tremendous partner.”
The GA currently features 7 conferences and 69 clubs, and will be growing to 8 conferences with over 79 clubs next season. The GA playoffs, GACA21, kickoff later this month in Oceanside, CA, where teams will compete to earn a spot in the GA Finals in July.