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Good penalty? Mingle sport offers amateur athletes insight into performance
A startup from Utrecht Mingle Sport launches grassroots ball sports app. The app can be used to track your performance (article in Dutch).
Apps of the week: Amateur football players and a party photo app
Amateur football players collect their statistics in an app and during a party all guests can send photos to a television. These are the apps of the week (article in Dutch).
Valuable statistics now also for team athletes
Nicky Rog, Joost Bollen, Tim van Asch and Freek Bijl founded 'Mingle Sport' about two years ago. Their goal was to develop an app that would allow ball athletes to gain insight into statistics. In September 2022 the four entrepreneurs started a pilot, and by now soccer players can find the Mingle Sport app in the app store (field hockey will follow after the summer and other sports will soon follow). (article in Dutch)
Mingle Sport wants to become the 'Strava of ball sports' with €1.25 million investment
With Mingle Sport's technology, every amateur football player knows how bad he or she really is. 'This generation is growing up with an enormous hunger for statistics,' says CEO Freek Bijl (article in Dutch).
Utrecht app that tracks the performance of amateur football players is going international
Utrecht company Mingle Sport is expanding to the north of Europe. The social media app uses artificial intelligence and mobile technology to record the performance of amateur athletes (article in Dutch).
€1.25 million for tracker app Mingle Sport
A 'Strava for ball sports', the Dutch app Mingle Sport, raises EUR 1.25 million growth money from Rabobank's innovation fund and a group of private investors (article in Dutch).
Utrecht based sports tech startup Mingle Sport ropes in €1.25M to become “Strava of Football”
Mingle Sport says it will utilise the funds to scale its operations on a global level and launch its premium AI product for coaches and players (article in English)
Utrecht based Mingle Sport raises €1.25 million to scale grassroots football app globally
Dutch sportstech startup Mingle Sport has raised €1.25 million in a seed round led by experienced angel investors and Dutch multinational Rabobank. The round will allow the grassroots football app to scale its operations on a global level and launch its premium AI product for coaches and players (article in English).