Cheshire County FA is delighted to announce a new partnership with Veo technology which will see clubs and leagues across Cheshire being able to benefit from the utilising the Veo technology and improving their resources.
Cheshire Football Association is the not-for-profit governing body for football in Cheshire.
Our responsibility is to organise, educate, govern, and develop grassroots football in the county. We currently have approximately 3,500 teams playing various formats of football with over 60,000 weekly participants. The game is also supported by over 800 referees and upwards of 5,000 volunteers.
Speaking about the 3 year partnership, which will run between the 2021-24 seasons, Cheshire County FA CEO Mike Watson said: ‘We’d like to welcome Veo technologies to Cheshire and look forward to a long and successful partnership with them. Veo will provide Cheshire FA with 2 camera systems which will be loaned to club and leagues to assist with match and training video analysis. We look forward to our members benefitting from the systems and improving the quality of their football.’
We are committed to changing lives through football and have close links to our affiliate clubs and an excellent reputation. We are at the forefront of development by producing an app that provides quick one-stop access to everything grassroots football in Cheshire, and in 2021 we aim to improve 174 grass pitches and develop sustainable, modern football hub sites that provide accessibility for all.
We see the value in our clubs utilising technology and improving their resources which is why we have partnered with Veo technology. This will make capturing, sharing and analysing football games and training sessions achievable for all the clubs in the county.