Official Partnership with Veo Announced

Published Jul 2, 2021


Veo camera platform to be used by the pro club with special programs designed to make the technology even more accessible to the Southern California youth soccer market



ORANGE COUNTY, CA – California United Strikers FC announced a formal partnership agreement has been signed with Veo, a Danish company that has developed an innovative camera and software solution that allows teams to record and analyze matches without the need for an operator. 


The partnership will see professional NISA club, California United Strikers FC utilize the Veo system for all their matches and training sessions while also extending the platform down to their youth affiliate, Strikers FC.


Cal United Strikers FC president and GM Michael Collins had this to say: “This partnership is the perfect example of two brands coming together with a clear alignment in mission and goals. Cal United Strikers prides itself in being a club that is committed to Southern California soccer. From our coaches to our players, everything we do is to support the game in this part of our country. Our unique partnership with Veo has some special components carved out that will allow us to help bring this state-of-the-art technology to every player, coach, team and club that wants it. We are convinced Veo is a game changer and despite the premium quality, it’s not just for professional clubs like ours.”


Veo and Cal United Strikers have worked together to make the product even more accessible to the masses. By registering through a unique Cal United Strikers FC portal, clubs will receive $200 off their camera purchase. 


Additionally, Veo has teamed up with Cal United Strikers FC to further engage the local coaching community. The club will be co-hosting webinars and educational programs and is also establishing the Veo Coaches Corner, a dedicated section at the Championship Soccer Stadium at the OC Great Park. Courtesy of Veo, all registered coaches will receive complimentary match tickets where they can network with other coaches while watching and analyzing a professional game.  


“We are very excited about the Veo Coaches Corner initiative and it’s another example of a perfect synergy for us.” Added Collins. “We hope all local coaches (regardless of their experience, level or gender they coach) will take advantage of this program and lean into their peers and this incredibly rich soccer community to continue their own professional development.” More information about the Veo Coaches Corner will be announced shortly.




Veo’s mission is to make football recording and AI analysis available to all clubs, no matter the size, financial ability or skill level. The company was formed in Denmark in 2015 and has rapidly grown with over 2,200 clubs in more than 60 countries using the camera.