Some of the world’s most inno­v­a­tive teams share how they lever­age tech­nol­o­gy to pre­pare for and stay ahead of the competition in the latest edition of Hudl, The Magazine. 

Welcome to the third edition of Hudl, The Magazine.

You may have noticed that this edition is in fact a digital edition, as opposed to the printed copies we usually distribute. In the interest of public health, we’re opting to deliver this magazine digitally, rather than the physical copy that we usually send to your mailbox. (Physical copies will be available at a later date.) 

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This 58-page issue has a strong focus on how some of the world’s most forward-thinking teams use technology to stay connected and compete at the highest level of their respective sports. 

To touch on the theme of staying connected to stay ahead, we report on how the Belgian Pro League and RBFA are using the latest Hudl 4K cameras and analysis software to capture every angle of matches across all professional clubs and national teams at every level. This groundbreaking deal is a first in world football. 

“It’s essen­tial, for an ana­lyst, for a coach, for a team, for a play­er, to access the lat­est tech­nol­o­gy,” said Belgium National Team Manager Roberto Martinez. ​“It allows you to be at the fore­front of being part of a high-per­for­mance environment.”

Among other stories, we also report from Belgrade where we visited Crvena Zvezda, learned from the record record-breaking Loughborough University, heard the Olympic dreams of Team GB Hockey and took a tactical lesson from Bundesliga heavyweights Borussia Monchengladbach. 

Finally, look out for our pro tips on how to best coach in remote situations - a problem all of us in the world of sports are trying to address right now.