Twenty-gram sensors track up to 25 players and the ball live during practice sessions and matches. Data is transmitted to the Edge device at the sideline, which crunches the numbers and sends the results to the coach's tablet, revealing exactly how each player is performing at any given moment. After the session, all tracked actions are auto-extracted and pushed to both the coach's app and the players’-profiles in their app.
Truly rigorous and structured sports science backs our indicators and metrics hierarchies. We apply scientific principles to our football tracking to allow athletes to develop in safe yet still demanding ways. What really sets our science-based data apart is its ability to motivate, inspire, prepare, push, and create a sustainable environment in which athletes can excel at the very highest level.
Approximately 190–200 national teams compete in qualifying tournaments within the scope of continental confederations for a place in the finals. The finals tournament is held every four years and involves 32 national teams competing over four weeks.
Whether you’re a coach concerned about team performance, a player focused on improving skills for the pitch, or a manager navigating the tricky waters of capital and resource allocation, you’ll love our intensity indicator.
Our accelerometer measures the linear acceleration of a movement, whether it is forwards, backwards, sideways, or vertical. An accelerometer is the most sensitive way to track as it captures ALL player movements.
Unlike GPS-based systems, which track movements of the upper body, Next11 tracks players' leg movements. Our calf-mounted accelerometer picks up significantly more movements compared to an accelerometer positioned on the upper body. By tracking the legs, we get more accurate load data, as leg sensors detect more high-intensity actions, such as accelerations and sprints. Next11 captures up to five times more player movements during training sessions and twice as many player movements during matches.
The speed ladder exercise is just one example of our calf-mounted accelerometer outperforming GPS-based systems positioned on the upper body. During this exercise, the player's upper body remains relatively static while the legs are working hard. A GPS-based system on the upper body will therefore not detect it as high-intensity work. It would categorize the speed ladder exercise as low intensity, while leg sensors correctly interpret the load as high- intensity load.
Our ambition is to track, nuance and celebrate performance, not just a match result. We’re here to equip curious, ambitious coaches and players with the data know-how they need to excel. To give intensive, real-world, and immediately data to help you level up in your game.
This is as straight forward as it sounds. When the ball is passed from one player to another player at the same team, it counts as a successful pass. In many ways, it serves as an indicator of how well the players are handling the ball. Available Q3, 2022.
When a pass from one team member to another team member is intercepted by the opponent, it is tracked as an unsuccessful pass. As with successful passes, this is a metric that can vary a lot from position to position. A holding midfielder might be expected to have fewer unsuccessful passes while offensive players are expected to play with a higher degree of risk.
Available Q3, 2022.
The ball possession is a dynamic number that showcases how much time and percentage of each individual player and the team as a whole are in possession of the ball throughout the match. Available Q3, 2022.
One of the biggest leaps from youth to senior football is arguably the passing speed. At the highest senior level, passes are fast and hard and it takes a great deal of control for a player to handle it. Based on this insight, the passing speed of youth players proves to be a vital indicator of how a player will handle the transformation to senior football.
Available Q3, 2022.
The value of a successful pass is very often correlated with the direction of the pass – as successful forward passes have a high impact on how many chances and goals a team creates. Available Q3, 2022.
Depending on playing style the distance of passes throughout a match prove as an important game play information. For some teams, it might be part of the game plan to send the ball directly from defense over the midfield as much as possible whereas others base their play on short passing right from the goalie.
Available Q3, 2022.
Vital to the success of any team is the ability of players to find each other with successful passes at the right moments. And accurate data detailing exactly who is passing to whom, and who is not passing to whom, is often the starting point for valuable discussions that lead to targeted training and the development of optimal player relations. Available Q3 2022.
We use the ball position during the match to illustrate where on the pitch the ball spends most time. Both when it is in your team’s possession and when it is not. It’s an easy way to get an overview of where to exploit the less crowded places on the pitch.
Available Q3, 2022.
Based on the position of the players, we can add value to their passing data and tell where on the pitch the passes were made. It also allows us to paint a picture of where the player spends most time during the match.
Available Q3 2022.
Getting the ball back as fast as possible after it has been lost is a key virtue for most teams. With Next11's interception metrics, you'll know how fast and how successfully the ball is snatched back after possession has been lost. Furthermore, you'll know how many players are involved in the counter-pressing strategy at any given time from the point of defensive transition.
Available Q3 2022.
There is a lot of standing still and walking in most football matches. We track it as it isn’t putting any significant strain on the body from a physical perspective, and thereby take off load from a player’s overall work load score.
In our system, running is defined as moving with a speed between 7 and 14 kilometers pr. hour. It puts a mild strain at the body but it is not a speed that will put the opponent under pressure.
High intensity runs and sprints are important physical metrics to have in football because they indicate movement fast enough to put the opponent under pressure offensively as well as defensively. High-intensity runs are usually classified runs between 19 and 23 kilometers per hour.
Sprints are any runs above 23 kilometers per hour.
Football is a game of accelerations and decelerations and both types puts strain on the body. From a physiological point of view they are important in order for the system to asses the overall workload on each player and from a tactical point of view the accelerations are often key to set the opponent under pressure.
Decelerations of the body is putting a lot of pressure on the muscle fibers in the legs and it is an important metric in order to determine how tired each player is.
Next11 is football performance reimagined. We have developed a new generation of growth indicators, and the technology to track them - live. Our modules utilize motion sensors attached to players' legs and within the ball, all connected by a mesh network, and our methods include feature extraction, RSSI, and machine learning, all to analyze the data and calculate passes from player A to player B with unmatched accuracy. And all this gives you data profiles of teams and individual players, revealing their skills, technique, power, endurance, performance, and development like never before.
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It’s a fully portable system, can be set up in a few minutes and available for just €3,350.