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How OL Reign is climbing the NWSL table using AI capture

With five players part of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup this summer, no NWSL team had more representatives in the USA squad than NWSL title-chasers OL Reign. The team’s high standing on the international stage is a testament to the hard work that head coach Laura Harvey, her coaching team, and the playing squad have put in on the training field in recent seasons —  having claimed a third NWSL Shield in 2022 — as well as the benefits of having a top-tier AI video assistant to call upon on the sidelines.


OL Reign uses Spiideo’s automated camera system to effortlessly capture a high-quality, panoramic view of its Starfire training facility and its home stadium, Seattle’s iconic Lumen Field. The footage is instantly available via Spiideo’s low latency cloud-based analysis platform, Spiideo Perform. Where time and effort were once wasted setting up, capturing, sorting, and processing video, the club’s coaches can now focus their attention on unlocking the benefits of an MVP video analysis solution: Developing tactical masterclasses that maximize the squad’s strengths, delivering feedback in-play to turn losses into victories, and designing insightful presentations that push players to fulfill their potential.

But Spiideo isn’t only raising the game for OL Reign. With the NWSL utilizing Spiideo League Exchange, which sees footage captured and shared across the entire competition, every moment of every game can be watched back and analyzed, helping teams to tailor their game plan for each fixture and put on a real show for viewing fans.

The football is improving, the strategies that people are trying to implement are improving, and there’s correlation between the improvements we’re making off the field — with Spiideo being one of them — and the vast strides being taken in the NWSL.

OL Reign Spiideo Cameras
Scott Parkinson Assistant Coach, OL Reign
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