OYSA + Trace Enter Exclusive Partnership Providing Unique Video Services and Discounted Pricing For Its Clubs in Oregon
BEAVERTON, OR + AUSTIN, TX (Oct 7, 2021) – Oregon Youth Soccer Association (OYSA) and Trace Soccer are excited to announce an exclusive three year partnership that kicks off this season.
Trace will be the Official Video Services Partner of the OYSA, providing member clubs with the ability to capture game results and deliver automated, individual player moments that are ready to share with family, friends and college coaches. OYSA teams will also have full access to Trace iD and custom Trace Workshops on continuing education for players and coaches. Find more information on exclusive Trace benefits at www.traceup.com/oysa.
Our Coaches now have a new tool to provide feedback and examples to players while the players can create their own highlight videos for college coaches. We look forward to providing our members automated, personalized game film without the need for a full-time video editing staff.– Roberta Cloutier, Director at Oregon Youth Soccer Association
Founded in 1974, Oregon Youth Soccer Association serves over 50,000 recreational and competitive players across the state. Their mission is to put kids first by serving our clubs to provide a safe, positive, and forward-thinking soccer environment. As a member of US Soccer and US Youth Soccer, Oregon Youth Soccer along with the support of their members, will provide tools and resources to further develop coaches, clubs, referees, and parents so that kids thrive on and off the field.
“Making the Trace technology available to the clubs and teams in our state is exciting,” says Roberta Cloutier, Director at OYSA. “Our Coaches now have a new tool to provide feedback and examples to players while the players can create their own highlight videos for college coaches. We look forward to providing our members automated, personalized game film without the need for a full-time video editing staff.”
Trace allows teams to combine automated filming, personalized moments, player performance data, and recruiting all in one platform that is seamless to navigate and easy to share. Trace does not require any additional editing, allowing clubs to offer immediate video content for their players to send to college coaches and maximize their exposure for recruiting purposes.
“Trace is a revolutionary video analysis platform that helps teams and players get better faster. Oregon Youth Soccer is an organization that understands the value that automated game video provides to its members, says David Lokshin, CEO of Trace. “Through this partnership, OYSA proves they are a front runner in the Pacific Northwest, making game video analysis accessible to all players, parents, and coaches who are committed to improving their programs.”
Trace is now the Official Video Services Provider of The Oregon Youth Soccer Association. All OYSA member clubs will have access to exclusive packages and pricing. OYSA members can find more information on their exclusive Trace benefits at www.traceup.com/oysa.
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Trace is a sports technology company that is changing the way teams and clubs film and consume soccer video. Trace uses a robot camera, GPS sensors, and powerful software to capture your match footage, generate tactical playlists, and deliver each player’s moments directly to their inboxes after each game. Trace is the most affordable way to have your own film crew, editing team, and video analysis staff at your fingertips.
Maggy Mahalick | Head of Strategic Partnerships
About Oregon Youth Soccer Association:
Founded in 1974, Oregon Youth Soccer Association (OYSA) is a 501(c)(3) Oregon public benefit corporation providing recreational and competitive soccer opportunities for players of all ages, genders, and skill levels. OYSA is the only soccer organization in Oregon that offers a diverse range of services and innovative programs to meet the needs of membership clubs with varied abilities, backgrounds, and financial means.
Roberta Cloutier, OYSA Director