Football West has announced an exciting new partnership with Veo Technologies – the ultimate camera for team sports.
The partnership reflects Football West’s commitment for innovation and with Veo on board, West Australian football clubs will benefit immensely.
Veo’s camera technology will make recording matches easier for WA-based clubs, with the new partnership offering an attractive discount to Football West affiliated teams, by allowing the recording of their games and training sessions more affordable.
Veo will now be the Official Autonomous Camera Provider for Football West and they will be able to supply clubs with a portable camera that can be used for matches and training sessions.
The portable camera is equipped with two 4K lenses and 180 degrees of capturing range, meaning the Veo camera will capture football at any location and is easily transferable from place to place.
Veo’s impact on the footballing world continues to grow and amass numerous users, and this partnership will allow Football West’s clubs to get ahead of the competition.
Football West’s Chief Football Officer Jamie Harnwell acknowledged the advantages that Veo’s technology will offer to West Australian clubs.
“Veo are a great resource for the game, and I am excited to see this partnership help Football West clubs and the wider football community,” he said.
“With the game continually evolving, Veo provides an opportunity for clubs to increase the analytical side of the game to improve training and match play.”
Veo ANZ Market Manager Tom Pettigrew was delighted to have joined forces with Football West going forward.
“We are delighted to announce this exciting partnership with Football West and provide a great resource to Football West clubs and the Western Australian football community,” he said.
“The development of football in Western Australia has been exciting to watch from a far and we are excited for the Veo cameras to play a role in enhancing this.
“Veo sports cameras provide a great option for all clubs, coaches and participants who want to enhance their football experience and get the best out of each session.”