WFA Partners with Krossover


Krossover becomes film exchange partner of the WFA for the 2019 season.

Plano, Texas — Women’s Football Alliance (WFA) announced today a partnership with Krossover, a leader in the film breakdown and analytics industry. The partnership will allow each WFA team to seamlessly share film with other teams, giving teams the opportunity to game plan and scout more effectively.“The teams in the WFA compete at the highest level and game film is essential to putting the best product on the field,” said Lisa King, Commissioner of the WFA. “Krossover will provide coaches and players with advanced technology and tools designed for competitive football programs.

“Krossover is excited to partner and get to work with the WFA,” said John Mathew, General Manager of Krossover Solutions, a Stack Sports company. “The Alliance is a pioneer in the women’s football industry and we are thrilled to be on the front lines of a growing sport, leveraging our video technology to continue to drive growth.”

Beyond its film-sharing capabilities, Krossover also pulls performance factors from the analysis of the game film itself, offering its users in-depth statistical analysis of a team and their individual athletes’ performance. Krossover’s cloud-based platform allows the team to access game clips and data anywhere, share content with their players, and sort film by a wide variety of specific stats, players, plays and more. As a part of the agreement, Krossover will also provide discounted access to breakdown packages specifically for WFA teams.

About Stack Sports

Krossover is powered by Stack Sports and is one of the Company’s leading technology products. With nearly 50 million users in 35 countries, Stack Sports is the global leader in sports technology providing an integrated technology platform for national governing bodies, youth sports leagues, clubs and associations, parents, coaches, and athletes. Stack Sports is headquartered in Dallas and backed by Genstar Capital, the NFL’s 32 Equity, Jerry Jones of the Dallas Cowboys, Providence Equity and other leading sports and technology investors. Since its formation in April 2016, Stack Sports has completed 26 acquisitions of market-leading sports technology companies. To learn more about how Stack Sports is transforming the sports experience, please visit
About Women’s Football Alliance

The WFA is the largest and most competitive women’s tackle football league in the world. With more than 65 teams in 38 states, the WFA is committed to the growth and development of women’s tackle football on a national level.
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