By: Brendan Hall, @BHallHudl
The NFL and Hudl are teaming up to analyze statistics and offer a free one-year subscription to NFL Game Pass for varsity high school teams.
This season, Hudl and the NFL are joining forces to study how the game is being played by analyzing performance analytics and trends of football teams across the nation. In addition, every varsity high school football program using Hudl this season will be afforded one subscription to NFL Game Pass, free of charge.
This is the first step in what we hope will be a long-lasting relationship with the NFL and an opportunity to level-up the sport for its millions of passionate fans. Through researching the data behind high school football, Hudl hopes to gain a better understanding of how to grow the game through analytics.
With NFL Game Pass, subscribers will receive access to archived game footage, from the first week of the preseason through the Super Bowl, in addition to replay footage on any device, any time. They’ll get access to the full and condensed versions of the high-definition broadcast, the radio calls, and the ever-important “All-22” film that coaches and scouts crave. A subscription also grants access to thousands of hours of original NFL Films content.
Hudl’s mission of helping teams and athletes win is rooted in assisting coaches and athletes to further develop their skills. That’s why they’re excited about this partnership and expect greater things to come in the future.
High school varsity teams will receive an email from Hudl with details on how to register for Game Pass. This offer expires on Sept. 23.