Spanish team technology.. wireless scooter and giant screens

Spanish national team coach Luis Enrique.

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An electric scooter to get around the training camp, walkie-talkies, giant screens during the exercises, and finally a live broadcast on the “Twitch” platform: this is how coach Luis Enrique, who is obsessed with technology, revolutionized Spain’s approach to the Qatar World Cup 2022.

These are Enrique's latest thoughts: During the World Cup, "every evening, except for match days," he appears every evening to speak live with hundreds of thousands of fans and some of his players on the "Twitch" platform, which is especially used by fans of video games and electronic sports competitions.

During his first appearance on the platform on November 18, he was watched by nearly 150,000 people, from the small office he set up in his room at Qatar University in Doha, where Spain's training camp during the World Cup.

Since his first steps as coach of Celta Vigo, Enrique has not stopped innovating. In 2013, when he reached the head of the coaching staff of the Spanish club, he used a small scaffold to be able to follow training from a specific height.

At camp, the coach, players and members of the coaching staff use electric scooters to get around and access training sessions.

During training, La Roja players wear aprons equipped with an information storage system on the back, as is the case in most major clubs in the world, which allows tracking of their physical activity.

Also from the devices, Enrique had installed a 6x3 meter screen in his private training center last March in the north of Madrid, as he uses a giant screen to direct immediate tactical instructions to his players.

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