Software Highlights


Coach admin hub
  • Centralise storage of individual player’s profiles for fast and reliable access to information
  • Streamline communication between members of the club using features like the mail centre, information library and advanced group / individual agenda system (synchronisable with local and Google calendars)


Training in-game module
  • Analyse athletes’ workload based on duration and intensity of training sessions
  • Monitor heart rate and GPS data gathered through the latest sensor technology and automatically link to training reports
  • Perform powerful analytics on recovery points, exercise intensity, amount of high intensity running, etc.
  • Generate and display administrative data like player absence, game scoring, time played, etc.


  • Screen and benchmark athletes on pre-defined and customisable physical, technical and injury prevention parameters. This allows coaching staff to evaluate athletes and adjust exercises where necessary. This is also an excellent instrument for talent identification and development
  • Benefit from more than 300 test protocols and performance benchmarks (categorised by age and by field positions) from nearly 10,000 professionals, as well as elite youth athletes for comparison purposes
  • Analyse performance at individual, group or squad level using data that is automatically linked to the injury and performance prediction modules
  • Motivate athletes and make them realise their value through individual performance reports


  • Collect and centralise all medical information about team members, such as medical history files with diagnoses, rehabilitation protocols, scan reports etc. The most important indicator for future injuries is past injuries. Thus, this information is vital for the development of successful injury prevention strategies
  • Receive regular reports on rehabilitation programmes and corresponding evaluations. This improves communication between the different members of the medical staff
  • Generate statistics on all injuries in accordance with the UEFA and FIFA consensus statement
  • Know availability of athletes anywhere, anytime


  • Benefit from advanced TopSportsLab algorithms related to injury prevention, workload management and continuous monitoring
  • Monitor workload of athletes over any given period
  • Analyse physical fitness, post training fatigue and game-readiness status of athletes using the unique algorithms
  • Predict physical performance and support technical staff in their decision-making


Injury prevention
  • Display susceptible body zones in relation to injury risk in an easy to understand visual format. The insights as to 'where' an athlete is at an increased risk of injury allow medical and training staff to tailor and individualise training programmes and manage workloads effectively and safely
  • Predict injury risk based on individual player profiles. Preventative measures can then be taken and training programmes modified. Costly mistakes can then be avoide
  • Compare two injury risk profiles 'pre and post' conducting a training programme, to measure progress


  • Monitor and control the physical workload and intensity of (various forms) of training sessions which means athletes can be pushed to the limits of their abilities while minimising risk
  • Measure workload accurately through integration of heart rate monitoring and GPS data, which enables staff to analyse the cardiovascular and biomechanical response of athletes to any given training stimulus
  • Receive feedback on the quality of training and/or performance using both objective and subjective measurement tools (moving average, subtotals, questionnaires, etc.)


Continuous monitoring
  • Display a clear view on a player’s current status as the system monitors and processes data gathered every time a player is on the training ground and combines this with other relevant information (medical, tests, social)
  • Receive advance warning from TopSportsLab’s ‘Overuse Indicator’, which gives notice when possible injuries (or ‘re-injuries’) may occur. Preventative measures can then be taken and training programs modified. This ultimately results in fitter, faster and stronger athletes
  • Make the best possible decisions on the way to train athletes including when and for how long they should perform on match days
  • Ensure optimal performance while minimising the risk of injury when a player has multiple team commitments such as playing for both his club and the national team. Data from this module can be passed on to the relevant external staff with recommendations on workload including how long a player can play competitively for