We are proud to announce our partnership with National League Rugby who represent 47 clubs across three divisions in England; National One, National Two North and National Two South.
National League Rugby encourages their clubs to improve their playing standards and the Veo camera can aid them in this process by helping coaches analyse individual and team performances. In doing so, this will only increase the profile of rugby within the National Leagues.
Veo’s mission is to make advanced sports technology accessible to all levels of the game through an easy-to-use AI-powered camera and analysis platform. The portable camera allows coaches, players and parents to record matches and training sessions automatically without the need for a camera operator, while the analysis platform equips them with tools to cut highlights, tag players and create visual learning experiences to enhance player development.
National League Rugby has recently launched The National League Rugby Review Show which will cover every round of action across their three divisions. It will be the place to watch the weekend’s action and we are hoping it will give clubs the opportunity to be featured using consistent quality footage generated by Veo’s camera and software.
Sioned Roberts, Veo’s Partnership Development Manager said: “We are excited for clubs within the National League Rugby divisions to start using our Veo cameras and be featured on The National League Rugby review show. Our aim is to give all teams and players the opportunity to watch themselves play to improve and share their rugby matches with their community.”
Max Ashcroft, founder of Talking Rugby Union, said: “We’re delighted to be working with Veo to showcase their technology in the National Leagues.
“Since TRU took control of the National League website, our aim has been to boost the profile of the divisions and we feel working with Veo only enhances that.
“Veo enables clubs at our level to immerse themselves even further into training and game situations and it also has the power to improve the standard of the leagues both on and off the pitch.
“This technology has the potential for coaches and players to change the way they interact with the game and that can only be a good thing for National League Rugby.”