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Northern NSW Football announce partnership with Veo

April 14th, 2021

Northern NSW Football is delighted to announce a formal partnership with Veo, the ultimate camera for team sports.

Northern NSW Football has been a long time user of Veo and was one of the Copenhagen-based company’s first Australian customers.

NNSWF are therefore extremely excited to launch the partnership with Veo so its clubs can access cameras for an even more affordable price.

Veo is the complete and affordable solution that enables football clubs on all levels – big or small – to record and analyse games and training sessions automatically.

The portable Veo camera has two 4K lenses and captures 180 degrees, allowing it to capture every moment of a game in fantastic video quality meaning recording, watching, re-watching and analysing football has never been easier.

Veo’s mission has always been to make football recording and AI analysis available to all clubs, no matter the size, financial ability or skill level. Not all clubs have previously been able to record their matches or have access to in-depth analysis. Until now.

Veo cameras are used by clubs across all levels in Australia, with more than 100 sold to Australian clubs already this year from community clubs to National Premier Leagues and A-League clubs.

Northern NSW Football clubs Edgeworth FC, Adamstown Rosebud, Lake Macquarie City, New Lambton FC, Northern Storm and Sawtell FC already utilise the technology.

NNSWF CEO David Eland was pleased to welcome Veo to the partnership.

“Veo has been very useful for our organisation and we are looking forward to seeing how this can help the clubs in our region,” Eland said.

“This will also provide a number of benefits to clubs, most importantly discounted Veo cameras to help them record and analyse games and training sessions.”

Veo Partnerships Manager Jerry Jarnald said the collaboration with Northern NSW Football had started strongly.

“Veo is a game changer for every club or team that wants to record their matches or training sessions,” Jarnald said.

“We are delighted to announce our partnership with Northern NSW Football and the staff have really shown us how progressive they are when it comes to football development.”

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