Charlton Athletic Football Club Women
Video Analyst Opportunity
Video Analyst Opportunity
Report by Sue Prior
Page last updated at 2:28PM UTC, Monday, 20 February 2017
Charlton Athletic Women's Football Club are seeking a video analyst to help with filming and analysis of our First Team matches.
This role is perfect for aspiring analysts to start off or further develop their career in Video Analysis, and for someone who is keen to get experience of working with football at an elite level.

The role will include:-
  • Filming and coding first team matches (played on a Sunday afternoon)
  • Provide match analysis for coaching staff to use for player/team performance analysis
  • Maintain a video library of games
  • Video pre and post match player/staff interviews

  • A relevant sports degree (or working towards)
  • The ability to work in a fast paced environment
  • Be comfortable in using relevant software
  • Be dedicated in learning the field of Video Analysis
  • Availability to commit to match days on Sundays
Please note that this role is voluntary between now and the end of the season. we will then review the position for the upcoming season which may present itself with a longer term opportunity with future remuneration.

To apply for this position, please send your CV and a covering email to 
Recent Results
First Team
Date Opposition Score
11 Mar 2018 Cardiff City 5 - 1
25 Feb 2018 Leyton Orient (Capital Cup semi-final) 3 - 2
18 Feb 2018 Cardiff City (Women's FA Cup Rnd 5) 3 - 1
No results are available
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Date Opposition Venue
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