Bengaluru FC appoints Fitogether as Team Performance partner

The company is also the official EPTS company for 10 other professional leagues.

Indian Super League club, Bengaluru FC announced a two-year partnership with the Performance Tracking System company, Fitogether. The company is set to be the club’s official Team Performance partner starting from the upcoming 2021-22 season.

Fitogether specializes in football data analysis and is a FIFA-Approved Electronic Performance Tracking System (EPTS). The Korean based company is also an official partner of the Korean Professional Football League (K-League), providing them with EPTS solutions and fitness tests to all the teams featuring in K-League. The company is also the official EPTS company for 10 other professional leagues, including the top divisions in Uzbekistan, Iceland and Singapore.

Marco Pezzaiuoli, Bengaluru FC Head Coach, said: “At Bengaluru FC, the focus is on the all-round development of the players, and fitness is at the centre of it. Technology has become very important in sport, and the field. Our players will benefit immensely from these devices, and the expertise that Fitogether brings to the table.”

Fitogether provides fitness solutions to some of the world-renowned clubs and associations across the world. SS Lazio and Como 1907 in Italy, Spain’s Real Zaragoza and CD Mirandes, Thailand’s Chingmai United, and Albania’s most successful club KF Tirana are a few to be named who are partnering with the Korean based company.

Taeryung Kim, Director of Fitogether, added: “We are delighted to join hands with Bengaluru FC, one of the biggest clubs in India. Fitogether has achieved important FIFA certifications and is a rapidly growing company, and we believe our technology will help the club and its players perform better over the course of the next two seasons.”

The upcoming edition of the premier Indian football league will be commencing on November 19. Bengaluru FC will begin their 2021-22 ISL campaign against NorthEast United, at the Athletic Stadium, in Bambolin, Goa, on November 20.

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