SportsTech Startup Player’s Health Scores Distribution Deal With US Club Soccer


Screen Shot 2017-03-07 at 11.15.23 AMMinneapolis sports tech startup Player’s Health has partnered with US Club Soccer — a national organization and member of the United States Soccer Federation that aims to advance soccer through the development and support of soccer clubs for all ages and genders.

The new relationship is formed to “enhance the culture of injury prevention” by providing a holistic approach to the youth soccer experience using Player’s Health HIPAA-compliant, mobile platform that streamlines athlete care and communication.

Player’s Health Founder and CEO Tyrre Burks says the partnership was driven by new laws in California pertaining to concussions and related head injuries among youth athletes.

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This deal has a lot of promise, first and foremost, around improving the well being of athletes across the US. As well as Player’s Health boottom line; US Club Soccer will be begin promoting their solution as early as this week to over 12,000 organization club members and 300,000+ athletes.

“We are ecstatic to begin working with US Club Soccer and look forward to a bright future for the youth athletes in soccer. This partnership with US Club Soccer allows us to fully fulfill our mission to improve the culture of injury management in youth sports.”


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