At GamePlanner we have a reputation for creating powerful easy to use animation software that's why our software is used by the 2011 Rugby Union World Champions New Zealand All Blacks is a part of Irish Rugby Football Union training programmes, endorsed by the European Hockey Federation and used by many thousands of coaches all around the world. The introduction of iGamePlanner builds on this success.
In a nutshell iGamePlannner will;
- Help you be more productive as a sports coach/sports tutor
- Help your players understand your drills, moves, ideas and training sessions more quickly
- Help you become more professional in your coaching career
Currently available for Rugby Union, Field Hockey, Association Football, Hurling and Gaelic Football soon we will be producing versions for Basketball, Rugby League and Netball.
Simply click on one of the 5 sports currently available and take a FREE Test Drive of your sport. We hope you'll like what you see and join a fast growing band of coaches using the easiest to use and yet most powerful sports animation software available.
iGamePlanner for Clubs.
iGamePlanner for Universities and Colleges.
We provide regular updates again entirely for FREE. We come up with some of the ideas ourselves but the bulk of the new features are suggested by coaches just like you. Check out the latest list of updates to iGamePlanner Here
Rugby - Understanding the Moving Game
iGamePlanner is superb for coaches at all levels and particularly good at communicating ideas. To show just how powerful the system is we used iGamePlanner Rugby to recreate Rugby – Understanding the Moving Game. This is a project we did with one of the best coaches in Britain, Lynn Evans a few years ago. The series of articles is an explanation of the coaching methods of one of the world’s greatest rugby coaches, Pierre Villepreux. Eight years ago we released the articles on a cd now you can see them for free! Almost all the articles contain plans you can see in iGamePlanner animation and many also contain video clips to help you fully understand the Villepreux method. To view the latest article of Rugby – Understanding the Moving Game please click Here.