Statscore deepens presence across Polish football

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Sports data provider Statscore has agreed to extend its partnership with the Polish Football Association to now cover the men’s 2. Liga, the Fortuna Polish Cup and the women’s Orlen Ekstraliga

Terms of the deal extension enables Statscore exclusive rights to collect real-time data from the aforementioned competitions and retain its status as Polish football’s exclusive data provider. 

Statscore’s ScoutsFeed product offers live data tracking within seconds by supplying comprehensive statistics for all games in the leagues and cup competition. 

Scouts from Statscore will be present at the matches in the Orlen Ekstraliga and 2. Liga, and during the Fortuna Polish Cup’s national phase, to gather detailed match data, such as goals, shots, cards, corners and free kicks. 

Radosław Firlej, Data Partnerships Manager at Statscore, expressed pride in strengthening their relationship with the Polish Football Association by adding these three competitions.

He said: “It’s a moment of immense pride for us as we fortify our partnership with the Polish Football Association by extending collaboration with these three competitions. This reaffirms Statscore’s standing as a key partner for a spectrum of renowned sports organisations.”

This live football data will be available through Statscore’s ScoutsFeed and also on platforms like CupCenter, LeagueCenter, and TeamCenter, hosted on the official websites of the leagues.

Statscore previously introduced extensive player analytics for major football leagues, including the UEFA Champions League. These analytics provide deep insights into player performances.

In addition to football, Statscore is preparing to cover the 2023-24 NBA season, offering live stats, insights, and detailed statistics for each game in the regular season and playoffs, targeting the worldwide NBA fan base.

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