The Cheltenham Town academy have enhanced their video analysis department with the purchase of three new VEO cameras thanks to the support of interior design company The House of Hozier.
Cheltenham players of the future will now be able to benefit from post-match analysis across different age groups with the introduction of the VEO system, which records matches using camera technology that automatically follows the ball from a wide-angle viewpoint.
It’s a technology that’s being used by some of the game’s biggest clubs and eliminates the need for an analyst to film each match while it takes place.
The VEO cameras will be used by coaches and players in the academy to develop their individual learning plans.
The purchase of the technology has been made possible by the generous support of The House of Hozier, an interior design company who work on residential and commercial properties around Cheltenham and the local area.
The House of Hozier founder Clare Hozier said: "I am very pleased to be able to sponsor the academy with the purchase of the VEO cameras.
“Having seen first-hand the time and effort that is put into the young players, I felt it was a good opportunity to give back to the club. I hope this purchase will really benefit the development of the players throughout the academy."
Academy manager Antoine Thompson added: “We are extremely thankful for The House of Hozier sponsoring the purchase of three VEO cameras and a year’s subscription.
“This will allow us to record every Academy home match and enhance our analysis provision which will aid in player development.”
You can discover more about The House of Hozier by visiting their website online at thehouseofhozier.com