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Our Partners

The ForceDecks system is currently in use by some of elite sport's leading organisations, including teams participating in:

Soccer (Club)

  • English Premier League (EPL)
  • Spanish La Liga Primera División
  • Colombian Liga Águila
  • Russian Premier League
  • English Championship
  • Australian A-League
  • Major League Soccer (MLS)

Soccer (International)

  • UEFA

American Football

  • National Football League (NFL)
  • National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


  • National Basketball Association (NBA)
  • National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
  • Basketball EuroLeague


  • Major League Baseball (MLB)
  • National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

Australian Rules Football

  • Australian Football League (AFL)


    • One Day International (ODI)
    • Twenty20 International

    Ice Hockey

    • National Hockey League (NHL)
    • National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


    • World Rugby Sevens Series (Rugby Sevens)
    • Super Rugby (Rugby Union)
    • English Premiership (Rugby Union)
    • ESL - European Super League (Rugby League)
    • English Championship (Rugby Union)


    • PGA Tour
    • PGA European Tour


    • High Performance Centres/Elite Sporting Organisations
    • Sports Medicine Facilities
    • Universities and Colleges

    What Our Partners Say

    Meet some of the leading names in elite sport who are using ForceDecks

    “The NMP ForceDecks are integral to the neuromuscular assessments we perform, both with rehabilitating and bringing players to full fitness.

    "The ForceDecks provide highly reliable data, are a really useful tool in assessing force asymmetries, and the software is very user friendly, calculating the metrics quickly and clearly.”

    Dr Carl Wells, Sports Science Lead, St George's Park

    "ForceDecks is an unrivalled solution for force-plate analysis within the elite sporting sector, and has become an integral part of performance testing, readiness to train and return-to-play monitoring at Everton. The best-in-class force-plate technology and exceptional software produces both simple and in-depth force data analysis that can be used and interpreted across sports science and medical departments."

    Matt Taberner, Head of Sports Science, Everton FC

    "The ForceDecks system is a perfect fit for Saracens, and has rapidly become an important part of our screening, monitoring and performance programmes. The software is intuitive, fast and customisable, and generates a great amount of information to help us better understand the physical qualities of our players on an individual level."

    Paddy Hogben, Strength and Conditioning Coach, Saracens RFC

    “The auto-recognition of tests and movements – along with the ability to longitudinally track athlete performance – has changed the way we can perform our assessment package. Due to intuitive system, more S&C coaches in more sports are undertaking these strength assessments, allowing more coaches to make better informed programming and coaching decisions.”  

    Alex Wolf, Head of S&C, English Institute of Sport


    "The ForceDecks software is intuitive, powerful and there are a large number of features; exercises get recognised automatically, while the system gives an almost instant report of the performance of a patient with great visual feedback.

    "All-in-all, ForceDecks are a great tool in the day-to-day clinical service we provide, and I can only recommend in trying it."

    Dr Chris Richter, Head of Research and Development, Sports Surgery Clinic

    "I'm consistently blown away by how easy and effective the ForceDecks system is. The software's simply the best out there, and is very easy to use thanks to the auto-detection and reporting features, meaning it's time efficient to use. 

    "Having a dual-platform system is a huge advantage over a single-platform system as we can assess and monitor our athletes' bilateral qualities effectively during both performance and rehabilitation phases.

    "I cannot recommend it highly enough."

    Peter Culhane, Senior S&C Coach, Tasmanian Institute of Sport