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World Cup players will get FIFA data analysis app. Fans can expect a flurry of stats and match footage on social media when the World Cup kicks off in Qatar on November 20 and FIFA is hoping a new player app will include data and content.

FIFA said on Friday that all players in the finals will be able to browse their performance data on a purpose-built app developed by the governing body that allows footballers from all 32 teams access to analysis and information.

The app has been created following player feedback by players’ union FIFPRO, and the data will be synced with video of the action to allow instant assessment of key moments.

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While such data and metrics are widely available to players from top clubs and national sides, who employ teams of analysts, the app will ensure even under-resourced squads have access.

The app will use input from FIFA’s performance analytics, tracking data and physical performance metrics such as distance covered, sprints and positional heat maps.

Players will also be provided with match images which they can share on social media along with stats and statistics.

“This player-centric development is based on direct feedback from players and is another great example of how FIFA is using technology to its best potential by improving the football experience for key players on the pitch. is,” said Johannes Holzmüller, FIFA. Director of Football Technology and Innovation.

Simon Colosimo, FIFPRO’s deputy general secretary, said the players had demanded better access to their performance data.

“The FIFA Player App is a positive outcome that will activate personal data rights and provide a new resource for players at the FIFA World Cup in Qatar,” he said.

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