Netted in: FC Ingolstadt buys skills.lab

FC Ingolstadt will soon use our football training system skills.lab for the analysis and improvement of young footballers.

f.l.t.r: Franz Spitzauer (Geschäftsführer Finanzen und Marketing FC Ingolstadt), Michael Lang (Geschäftsführer Anton Paar SportsTec GmbH), Harald Gärtner (Geschäftsführer Sport und Kommunikation FC Ingolstadt).

FC Ingolstadt’s strategy is based on our sophisticated training system, which is controlled merely by a tablet. The contract has just been signed, and the skills.lab in Ingolstadt will go into operation in spring 2019. A multi-year maintenance contract is part of the agreement. “We prevailed against the more favorable competition from Germany, Spain, and China because our system is more powerful,” says Michael Lang. The club in the 2nd German Bundesliga will use the system to develop its internal football talents further.

Start of construction work on the training grounds. (picture: FC Ingolstadt)

There is a great deal of interest in the training system in Europe and the USA. “After several years of investment and development work, the first customer has now been won, but this is only the beginning. Due to our technical superiority, more top clubs will follow. The entire team deserves great praise for having developed such an outstanding system from scratch over the past few years with a great deal of commitment,” says Jakob Santner, also managing director of Anton Paar SportsTec.

If you would like to train yourself like Michael Gregoritsch or Viktoria Schnaderbeck, you can register here.