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StatsBomb are football analytics experts. We devised and built a brand new, proprietary dataset because we knew we could do better than what was out there! Granular data with powerful analytics gives your organisation a winning edge.

StatsBomb Partnerships

StatsBomb work with clubs, the media, broadcasters and gambling organisations providing football data, analytics and customised insight into Set Pieces, Opposition Analysis, Coach/Manager searches and more.

StatsBomb are for us the most exciting and innovative statistical company covering Europe’s top leagues and competitions. They want to find ways to make analytics more accessible while simultaneously adding to people’s enjoyment of the game in all its facets.
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What can difficult matches for France and the USWNT tell us about the World Cup favorites?

The two World Cup favorites are through to the quarterfinals. France and the United States are set to square-off in the match of the tournament, in a game that many expect will determine the ultimate World Cup winner. But both struggled to get there, being tested, respectively, by Brazil and Spain. ...

By Mike Goodman Continue reading

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Ted Knutson and James Yorke start thinking about transfers and manager hires in another summer podcast

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StatsBomb Labs

StatsBomb believe in sharing our expertise and knowledge to improve our collective understanding of football. StatsBomb Labs is where all the data science and model innovation happens…

Latest from SB Labs

April 11, 2019
Modeling Passing Uniqueness

StatsBomb is unveiling three new (to us) passing metrics to better profile passers in professional football. Why passing metrics? Because this is football and passing is omnipresent. For better or for worse, the ubiquitous event may need even more attention than we’re already giving it. It is our objective through these metrics to evaluate a passer&rs ...

By Derrick Yam

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2019
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StatsBomb acquires ArqamFC
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