We’re excited to announce that Hudl and Football Canada recently signed an exclusive three-year deal to offer video analysis at all levels of play.
The nation’s governing body of amateur football, Football Canada, links players, coaches, administrators and officials across tackle, touch and flag levels. Based in Ottawa, its mission is to grow the game while providing learning opportunities and promoting safe play.
"I believe Hudl will be a tool that will help athletes and coaches in and out of season,” Shannon Donovan, the organization’s executive director, said. “It provides an opportunity to improve their football knowledge throughout the entire year."
Through Hudl, Football Canada seeks to not only provide leading edge tools to its national teams, but also create new ways for coaches at all levels to access Hudl tools. Hudl’s league exchange will connect the country and make it easier than ever to share video, and Football Canada’s teams now have access to online playbooks and in-game instant replay with Hudl Sideline.
“Partnerships like this with Football Canada allow Hudl to invest more aggressively and build deeper connections to our teams through things like specialized beta programs and customized training,” Matt Mueller, Hudl’s Chief Operating Officer, said. “We’re excited to work with Football Canada and to help raise all levels of play through a combination of Hudl’s services.”
Hudl will advance video education and will be included in Football Canada’s various events and digital touchpoints connecting their membership.
To kick off the partnership, Hudl is introducing a limited time Football Canada Rate - $100 off Hudl’s U.S. priced Bronze plan. All Canadian coaches new to Hudl that sign up before Sept. 30, 2017 qualify for the adjusted price. Click here to get signed up and start experiencing the benefits for yourself.
“We are excited to start working closer with Hudl as their platform will allow us to better connect with coaches across the country and more importantly showcase our great game globally,” Donovan said.