Club Brugge Sign Renewed Partnership With StatsBomb

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Club Brugge Sign Renewed Partnership With StatsBomb

Club Brugge has renewed an agreement with StatsBomb to use its advanced performance data and IQ analytics platform. The partnership underlines the club’s ambition to achieve success on both the national and European stages, with the assistance of StatsBomb products.

The eighteen-time Belgian champions will continue to have access to StatsBomb’s market-leading core dataset, that covers over 3,000 events per game across multiple professional competitions worldwide. 

As part of the agreement, Club Brugge will continue to benefit from access to StatsBomb’s state-of-the art analytics platform StatsBomb IQ, which features thousands of match events across 120+ global competitions. StatsBomb IQ can be used to run extensive team and opposition analysis, visualise tactical sequences, and support player recruitment.

StatsBomb data will continue to strengthen the club’s ability to analyse team performance, as it contains various insightful metrics, including Pass Height, Pressures by Team and Player, On-Ball Value and much more.

Jan Van Haaren - Head of Data & Technology, Dévy Rigaux - Recruitment Manager, Maarten Dedobbeleer – Sports Coordinator, Club Brugge:

"StatsBomb provides us with reliable data for the Belgian league as well as foreign leagues, adding clear value to our performance analysis, opposition analysis and recruitment analysis efforts. As we continue to improve our processes, having access to innovative tools at the forefront of the industry, such as StatsBomb Data, is essential for the club."

Antoine Maratray, Customer Success Analyst, StatsBomb:

"Club Brugge is a Belgian football giant and need no introduction. We are thrilled to renew our agreement, making sure the team is equipped with the finest tools in football analytics. Our Customer Success Team will also look forward to introducing upcoming StatsBomb innovations to enhance and support the club in their scouting and analysis projects."

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