Quickly switch views during a time-out to see live stats for the game you are tracking. Pitch heatmaps, pass completion rate, scoring efficiency percentages and more can help you make informed tactical decisions on the sideline.
During half-time, check how players are performing to gauge their pitch-time. Filter players by how many points they’ve played to see who needs to get on and who’s being overworked.
Sort players into groups like ‘D Line’ or ‘Handlers’ to make selecting who is on the line a breeze.
Simply tap on the pitch to record the locations of passes, blocks, stall outs and more with less effort than tallying on paper.
No video footage from a muddy battle on Pitch 14? No problem. Review games back at home by scrolling through the Play By Play and see everything drawn on the pitch.
$9.99 a bit pricey? Ask if your team will chip in a small amount to see their stats.
Sorry, Statto is only available for the iPhone and iPad at the moment. I’m afraid I don’t plan to release a version for Android or Windows devices.
I understand, most apps on the App Store are very cheap, if not free. For niche apps like Statto such low pricing is unsustainable and even popular ones end up neglected. I want to support users and improve Statto for years.
If you’re a coach, consider asking the club or university to cover the expense. Your team might also be willing to pitch in a small amount to see their own stats.
You’ll still be able to view and export stats for all of your teams, games and players but you won’t be able to track any more games until you purchase Statto.
Statto is designed to only track one team at a time. Tracking both sides of a game is too frantic to do live. If you need to track both, consider filming the game and watching it through twice.
Not unless you share them yourself! Your data is all stored locally on your iPhone or iPad to protect your team’s privacy. There are plans to make sharing stats publicly easier in future.
Absolutely! You can export all of the raw stats in CSV format from inside the app. If you have any more questions about doing your own data analysis, feel free to email me at email@example.com.