Football Stats can capture a lot of information about the action in a football game. The game data is captured using a simple set of gestures on an iPhone or iPad. While simple, these gestures do need to become second nature if you are going to capture quality data on subtle metrics like ball speed around the field.
It is especially important to know how best to respond when surprises occur on the field. For example, how should you reflect a surprising decision about which team has won a throw-in from the side-line? How should you respond if the free kick is taken from somewhere different to where you thought it was awarded?
The tutorial explains the basics of data capture and then provides helpful guidance on how to handle the more subtle situations that arise in a game of football.
A short video is also available explaining the basics of data capture using an actual game of futsal.
Product support is available through both a public and a private channel.
For public support, ask questions using the Football Stats Forum.
You can also email our development team.