03/11/17 | SciSports
What a month it has been. While we usually search for the brightest talents for our partner clubs, we need the best at SciSports as well. I am delighted to present our new signings at SciSports in our never ending quest to become (or remain) the best sports analytics company in the world. In the past month Marijn Koetzier, Mark Vlutters and Dennis Roerdink joined BallJames, while Lotte Bransen and Ruben Kooijman joined SciSports Intelligence.Read more
01/11/17 | SciSports
Last Wednesday (25-10-2017) SciSports opened its office in Amersfoort to make the first edition of the 'Open Football Analytics Night' possible. Around forty football-minded people from all over The Netherlands attented the event to talk and hear about the latest developments in the football industry.Read more
28/08/17 | SciSports
Since we launched our SciSkill Index in 2015, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi were always battling for the number one position as most influential player in the world. Messi surpassed Cristiano Ronaldo on the list earlier this year. After breaking the record for highest transfer fee a few weeks ago, it is once again Neymar-time. At the age of just 25, Neymar reaches the number one spot on our SciSkill Index for the first time. This is also the first time neither Ronaldo nor Messi are the list leaders.
24/08/17 | SciSports
Only seven days to go. The clock is ticking and even though many competitions already started, the transfer window is still on full speed. Maybe Bryan Adams and Kid Rock might disagree, but the summer of 2017 is way more exciting than the summers of ‘69 or ‘89. Our Datascouts supported clubs in the decision process of over forty transfers. Our Intelligence department launched our new web platform Insight at over sixty clubs in seventeen countries. We installed our patented BallJames system in one of the biggest football stadiums in the world and that made us the first company ever to fully-automatically track a Premier League match in 3D.Read more
14/08/17 | SciSports
SciSports is constantly focused on providing the best services for its clients. Whether it’s looking for the best potential new club for a player or providing an in-depth analysis of an upcoming opponent, we always aim to help our partners reach a higher level. Recently, three of our clients discussed the (positive) role SciSports played in their daily work.Read more
04/08/17 | SciSports
We are thrilled to announce the release of our new Datascouting service called ‘Insight’. Insight enables you to identify your next potential star with just a few clicks on the button. We collect data over over 200,000 football players around the world and developed a unique algorithm called SciSkill which calculates their current level, historic Development and even their Potential! Click ‘Read more’ for an impression.Read more
20/07/17 | SciSports
Since March this year, SciSports is also located in Amersfoort. Due to further growth and to retain the ability to attract potential workforce, an additional office was needed. The new office, located in the middle of the Netherlands, is already fully operational. Want to see how the new office looks? Click ‘Read more’ for an impression!
14/07/17 | SciSports
SciSports was featured in a major article by prestigious German football magazine "Kicker" this week. German journalist Martin Gruener visited SciSports at our headquarters in Enschede, where he interviewed CEO Giels Brouwer and several other employees. The article draws an overview of SciSports' expertise and current achievements.
16/06/17 | SciSports
Today, the UEFA European Under-21 Championship 2017 starts. Twelve teams will play in the 21st edition of this tournament and compete for the title. SciSports has produced a report on the twelve squads and their players based on their scores in the SciSkill Index.Read more
02/06/17 | SciSports
Cardiff, June 2 2017 – Football data specialist SciSports has won an important international award for the Most Innovative Sports Startup in the World of Football. In Cardiff, ten finalists out of hundreds of entries were subject to a renowned jury. This jury consisted of representatives from organisations such as the UEFA, Adidas, Barcelona, Amazon and Microsoft. The HYPE Foundation organised this competition to promote and improve technical innovations in sports.Read more