Now that the corona fog is slowly releasing its grip on the world's population, what could be better than discovering a new medium of technological innovation in the world of football? Yes, we just ask!
Whether you want everyday stories about a new health tracker to the youth talents or innovation in the TV coverage of the football experience, you can be sure that Footballogy.net's small but dedicated editorial team is on it marks and will deliver you all the latest in the world of football - that is, when we talk about technology issues as a focal point. We've also allied with the Dansk Træner Bureau. The danish agency mediates contact between football coaches and clubs. We couldn't have a better sparing partner when it comes to expertise in football. Behind the coach agency is a capacity as a former national team goalkeeper and longtime football coach at elite level and has been teaching as an instructor for the Danish Football Association (DBU). Namely Heinz Hildebrandt , so we are sure to have good partner to catch all the ideas when it comes to experience in that area.
The ambitions are high - most important is the passion for football's basic DNA
The name is an amalgamation of football and technology, and in these international times we have chosen the more mundane English version, namely footballogy. What happens on the technological front when we talk football? Technology can be many things. It may be the latest football gadgets for young, enthusiastic players, the best tactics app for the youth coach or review of a national league stadium's safeguards. What is the technology of injury treatment? New materials for football boots?
Our ambitions are high, although our size is modest.
Built-in technology in sweaters, shoes, socks. Apps for this and apps for that. What happens in evolution of goalkeeper training. Maybe a new ball cannon controlled by an app? The topics are inexhaustible and we will bring experts into play when appropriate. Both the 'real' but also the everyday experts in picture of the users, the football players, the team leader, the manager, the talent developer, the goalie coach, the physical therapist and all the people who hide around the teams in the clubs. To test methods, equipment and practice in real life at the field where the enchanting game, football, takes place. Both with the pros and the amateurs. That's the premise of Footballogy.net.
Our ambitions are high, although our size is modest. Though we can't get around every corner of what the football world can show off innovative news, we're trying to give your readers a good overview of what's happening on that front. What hopefully will make footballogy.net worth reading is our passion for the game of football. That we are passionate about one thing, the magic of football games and it's attractiveness – and what can make it an even better experience, whether you are a player, coach, team leader and spectator - or just a fiery enthusiast who joins the world's greatest sports !
Welcome and enjoy!
Mark Hildebrandt, editor at footballogy.net