BOSTON BREAKERS EXTEND PARTNERSHIP WITH MATCH ANALYSIS
Market leader provides technical staff invaluable video and statistical analysisFor Immediate Release: June 14, 2012
BOSTON, Massachusetts — The WPSL’s Boston Breakers today announced that it has renewed its multi-year relationship with California-based Match Analysis to provide video and technical analysis tools and data for the 2012 WPSL season. The partnership provides the Breakers’ technical staff with complete touch-by-touch video and statistical analysis using Match Analysis’s Mambo Studio, Tango Online, and Tango ToGo tools. The complete suite of tools is a critical element of the team’s preparation and provides comprehensive insight into the development of the team. "We are pleased to continue our successful relationship with Match Analysis," said Breakers’ head coach Lisa Cole. “We’ve worked with Match Analysis the past three seasons, and Match Analysis consistently provides us quality insight, fantastic support, and some amazingly powerful tools to help us communicate with and develop our players.” About The Boston Breakers The Boston Breakers are one of eight teams in the inaugural WPSL Elite League in 2012. They are joined by ASA Chesapeake Charge, Chicago Red Stars, FC Indiana, New England Mutiny, New York Fury, Philadelphia Fever, and the Western New York Flash. The franchise was established in 2001, debuting in the Women’s United Soccer Association (WUSA). The Breakers competed for three seasons in WUSA before the league folded. When Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS) was formed in the fall of 2007, the Breakers joined the league and began play when WPS officially launched its first season in 2009. The Breakers played three seasons in WPS (2009-2011) before the league suspended operations in 2011. In their three WPS seasons, the Breakers reached the playoffs twice. About Match Analysis Match Analysis is the leading pioneer in high performance analytical tools for soccer (football). Over the past decade, Match Analysis has worked with almost every top club in North America and top media outlets including the New York Times coverage of the 2010 World Cup. In 2012, Match Analysis clients include all 18 Premier Division clubs in Mexico, eleven MLS clubs, the United States, Mexican, and Canadian National teams, and a wide array of college and amateur sides. Match Analysis offers a comprehensive suite of tools and services including video indexing and archiving, statistical analysis, live data collection, player tracking, and fitness and performance analysis.
Boston Breakers: Ryan Wood, +1-774-454-3089 Match Analysis: Stephen Hamilton +1-213-321-9554