Firstbeat Sports to Attend Nordic Football Conference 2022
11 May - 12 May @ Jyväskylä, Finland
Firstbeat Sports is participating in the first-ever Nordic Football Conference on May 11-12, 2022. Arranged by the University of Jyväskylä and the Football Association of Finland, the international event will be held at the university’s Agora building on the Mattilanniemi campus next to the beautiful Jyväsjärvi lake.
With underlying themes of sustainability and evidence-based practice, the two-day program has three areas of focus: coaching & player development, contemporary issues in football culture, and the global football system.
This is a great opportunity for you to meet the Firstbeat team. Jyväskylä is our home town and where our headquarters are located still today. Firstbeat is an official conference partner and will have a stand at the event.
Firstbeat Sports will also showcase our solution as part of the social program. The session will be led by Dr. Christoph Rottensteiner, Manager, Professional Sports Sales Europe at Firstbeat. Dr. Rottensteiner is a sports scientist with multiple coaching certifications in football and strength & conditioning. He works closely with our premium customers to optimize athletic performance and recovery in elite sports.
We encourage everyone interested to join us. There are options for physical or virtual attendance, as well as student discounts.
About the University of Jyväskylä: With a history stretching back over 150 years, the University of Jyväskylä is recognized as a top institution in several fields, including sports and health science. The university aims to be a global leader in the study of learning, wellbeing and basic natural phenomena to advance a sustainable society.
About Firstbeat: Firstbeat Sports is a single-platform athlete-monitoring solution that provides data on training loads, intensity, fitness testing, performance readiness, stress and recovery in one place. Over 23,000 athletes representing over 1,000 teams around the world rely on Firstbeat Sports for their advanced physiological metrics.
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