How does video analysis empower players?

By Teamer | November 16, 2018 | 0 Comments

In his paper ‘Coach Logic and athlete learning’, Dr Don Vinson of the University of Worcester and a team of academics explored the ways in which video analysis had an impact upon athletes’...

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Teamer Spotlight: The Stompers

By Stewart Coggin | July 13, 2017

We head to Melbourne, Victoria, this week and our first basketball spotlight with The Stompers.

Manager James Davis is a Teamer veteran and took a few minutes out of his busy schedule to explain...

EXPECT SOMETHING DIFFERENT at 180 events across the country

By ECB | July 12, 2017

Who doesn’t love a festival...and who doesn’t love it even more when it’s free? To keep the buzz around the Women’s World Cup going, this summer sees the staging of the Women’s Soft Ball Cricket...

Parents banned from school sports day after “threatening to punch teachers in the face”

By Stewart Coggin | July 7, 2017

We’ve written a number of blogs over the last few months on how to be an encouraging, supportive parent when it comes to youth sport.

Thirteen steps to being a winning parent - part one

By Alan Goldberg | July 6, 2017

This is the first of a four-part series of blogs from my site on what it takes to be a winning parent – no matter what the sport.

McDonald’s Community Football Day comes to Milton Keynes

By Stewart Coggin | July 3, 2017

Over 130 teams descended on the village of Woburn, Milton Keynes, on the weekend of June 24-25 for one of the country’s largest grassroots football events.

Here's the trouble with cricket stats

By PitchVision | June 30, 2017

By David Hinchcliffe, Director of Coaching, PitchVision Academy

Teamer Spotlight: Mescalitos Banditos

By Stewart Coggin | June 29, 2017

Our first softball spotlight takes us to Wembley, north London where we visit Mescalitos Banditos.

Ian Hodge took on the role of manager earlier in the year and quickly found that getting everyone...

FYB Rugby making games happen

By Sean Phelan | June 23, 2017

Fill Your Boots is the grassroots rugby player exchange which has been running successfully for almost two years. Whether you are a rugby club in need of extra bodies to ensure your match takes...

Summer football has "feel-good factor" says chairman of pilot league

By Dan Pope | June 21, 2017

Summer football has come to Lancashire this year, as the Bolton, Bury and District Football League (BBDFL) became the first grassroots league in England to officially try the switch to a summer...

30 minute halves? What IFAB's proposals could mean for grassroots football

By Dan Pope | June 20, 2017

Thirty-minute halves, dribbling from free kicks and penalty goals for handball could all be coming soon to a grassroots football pitch near you.