The next generation of data-driven player recruitment software
WHAT IS TRANSFERLAB?
TransferLab is a scouting software that goes beyond the raw numbers. Feeding the data through our unique algorithm, the platform produces a host of predictive metrics which add depth and colour to the basic stats that are generally used within the football industry.
Applying these metrics to over 100,000 players in our database, TransferLab allows you to scout players to a level previously unavailable to most clubs. With the extensive suite of tools available within the platform, you can now discover players much more efficiently than ever before.
Our men's platform has established itself as the market leader in data-scouting.
Covering 90,000 players in 101 leagues, it has supported some of the biggest clubs across the world in winning continental titles and domestic championships.
Arriving in 2021, our women's platform brought TransferLab into the women's game by profiling 8,700 players across 24 leagues.
"In line with ECA’s ambition to be at the forefront of positive change and innovation, we are delighted to partner with TransferLab and take this game-changing platform to leading women’s teams around Europe.”
- Claire Bloomfield, ECA’s Head of Women’s Football
We’ve turned complex data into easy to understand metrics, putting powerful insights straight into the hands of football staff. No need for in-house data experts.
This function allows you to identify a player who shares similar strengths and weaknesses to another player. This could help your club to identify a replacement for a player who is ageing or leaving the club. Alternatively, you could search for a potential future signing where a target player is unavailable or unobtainable: a ‘young N’Golo Kante’ perhaps?
Deep dive into various league, position or age samples. Choose two metrics from any of the 100+ available and instantly plot them against each other on an easy to read scatter graph.
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