The MLS franchise announces the exclusive partnership with the Artificial Intelligence company that uses data to help scout players.
Chicago Fire Soccer Club announced an exclusive partnership agreement with Driblab, an alliance that will apply artificial intelligence and data for the MLS team to be able to scout players who best fit their team model.
Driblab is a company based in Madrid, Spain, that is in charge of analysis and talent detection, involving more than 75,000 players and more than 100 leagues worldwide. The agreement ensures the Fire will be the only Eastern Conference in the MLS that will receive their services.
Driblab Managing Partner, Salvador Carmona said, "It is an honor for Driblab that a club such as the Chicago Fire has reinforced its trust in us and in our project of working together. For us, it is a great responsibility to work with one of the clubs that has influenced the MLS the most, and it will continue doing so going forward."
Chicago Fire President and General Manager, Nelson Rodríguez, gave a statement in which he mentions the significant role Driblab has played in widening the scope of players through its data analysis and highlights the importance of the partnership.
"By using Driblab, we are able to focus our scouting on a select group of players who best fit our game model, culture and core values," Rodríguez concluded.