Take your keeper training program to the next level

 

Track

Track player game performance across five critical categories: Saves, Goals, Crosses, Distribution and Communication.

Analyze

Identify areas of strength and weakness, analyze individual games and dynamically track player development over time.

Improve

Incorporate game feedback for individualized training that helps your goalkeepers develop their full potential.

How can Stopper help developing goalkeepers?

Stopper gives keepers the stats they need to understand their strengths and areas of improvement. How players communicate, how they distribute the ball, where they make their best saves and when and where they allow goals: these are all insights into goalkeeper performance that coaches can harness in training to develop stronger, more confident keepers.

Using a simple interface, Stopper lets parents and coaches capture key game stats across 5 categories. Here are some examples:

SAVES

• Pushed Wide/Held

• Tipped Over

• 1v1/Sweeper

GOALS

• High Goal

• Low Goal

• Between Legs/Body

CROSSES

• Punches

• High Catch

• Missed Ball

DISTRIBUTION

• Pass Back

• Goal Kick

• From Hands

COMMUNICATION

• On the ball

• Off the ball

• Around the ball

By reviewing games with a goalkeeping coach, players can use real game insights to customize their training. Spot long-term trends using the HeatMap feature, which aggregates game performance over time with easy-to-read charts and graphs.

A great keeper doesn’t just stop shots – they lead the team, direct the defence and generate great attacking opportunities. Stopper helps goalkeepers track, analyze and improve every aspect of their game.

how do I use stopper?

 

 Timeline

Review saved games with a goalkeeping coach. Timeline helps players remember key moments – try to do this while the game is fresh in their mind!

 Heatmap

Use Heatmap to spot longer-term trends in player Saves, Goals and Crosses performance – cool means less touches on the ball, hot means more.

 Charts

Use Charts to analyze player Distribution and Communication patterns – are they better with feet or hands? Do they create goal-scoring opportunities?

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I use Stopper?

The only way to measure a keepers ability is on the pitch. If you’re a player, Stopper gives you detailed insights into your game strengths and weaknesses so you know what to work on in practice – and if you’re a coach, now you have the game context and analytics you need to help your players get better, faster.

I entered a goal by mistake. How do I delete it?

Simply press and hold the same orange dot you used to enter the goal for 2 seconds. Done!

Can I delete games?

To delete a recorded game, go to your Stats, tap the search function on top left and from there you can choose to either view or delete individual games. You can also delete a game in progress before saving from the Game Summary screen – simply tap “Delete Game” on the top right.

Do I need a data connection to record games?

Yes, Stopper needs a connection to the internet. Either wifi or data works. If you do not have a data connection, you can still record a game but tap “Pause” once the game is over and wait until you have connectivity again before tapping “End” to save the game and record the result.

I didn’t enter a save until a few minutes later. Will that distort the data?

No problem! The Timeline in Stopper was designed for approximate times, so entering an action a minute or so after it happens is fine. And with Heat Maps, over time you’ll see broad trends beginning to emerge even if you’re a little off when entering your game data.