We want to make the daily life of club coaches easier and support the development of athletes. The functionalities of QridiSport are described below. Use has been made easy and you can take advantage of the features that suit your team's situation and everyday life. During the trial period, you can try the functions you want for free.


  • Create single or recurring events for an entire team, group or athlete.
    Speed up training planning by adding exercises to events directly from the exercise bank.
    Coaches and the athlete can easily see the content of the events from their own phone application and can sign up for the events.
    Add theme colors to the calendar for the training periods of the season and easily modify the view of the content of the events for the athletes.
    Surveys and measurement data can also be linked to events
  • Coaches can have discussions with individual athletes, groups or the whole team.
    Messages can also be sent to parents.Messages can contain text, images, videos
    and audio files.
    There is also a notice board on which you can stick the most important messages.
  • In addition to computer browser, there are phone applications
    for coaches, athletes and parents.
    The coach can also use the application to record videos for athletes'
    sport skill diaries or when building an exercise bank.
    The applications can be themed with the club's logo and colors.


  • You can save individual exercises and entire exercise collections in the exercise bank,
    which includes, for example, all the exercises of a single training event.
    Take advantage of different media and field drawing tools in building the exercise bank.
    Videos, images, sound, files and text can be added to the exercises.
    Easily add created exercises to events
    Create evaluation units (questions for surveys) or goal and physical test templates
    for the team in the exercise bank.
    The exercises stay organized with the help of both the folders and tags. The folders can be
    used to divide the exercises, for example, by age group or according to the content of the
    exercises. The tags related to exercises also facilitate reporting at club level.
  • The drawing tool can be used to illustrate sport-specific exercises.
    Field templates are available for eight different sports. We make more on request!


  • The Performance Stats questionnaires support holistic coaching of the athletes
    and can display e.g. the following themes: load monitoring, sleep amount
    or exercise readiness index.
    The coach can easily activate data collection from the meters he wants to use.
    For athletes, the measurement data queries appear in their own application
    after activation. If they are related to events (e.g. exercises), they remind
    the athlete to answer after the event..
    Measurement data surveys also have a query that can be linked to Polar devices.
  • Facilitate athlete-oriented coaching and take advantage of ready-made
    concepts from the library: post-game surveys, training diary, sports skill diaries,
    training mood surveys and much more. More of these are constantly being created
    as needed.
    The concepts are ready and the coach can easily activate the concept he wants
    for the team.
  • The exercise list allows you to share and monitor independent exercises
    transparently in real time. The function is utilized in self-directed exercises
    outside of the season and during the season, when not in joint exercises.
    Exercises can be given to the whole team or to an individual athlete.
    The coach can share exercises from the exercise bank or as images, videos,
    audio files, text and other file formats.
    In addition to self-reflection, the athlete can also answer with pictures,
    videos and audio files
  • Coaches can give athletes performance badges for successes during the season.
    Achievement badges are visible to athletes in their own app.
    The club can highlight themes for which it wants to be rewarded and
    see the performance badges received by athletes over the years.


  • Build desired physics test templates and use them in different teams.
    The coach or athlete can write down the results of the tests.
    View results in reports at team and individual level also over in the long term.
    It is possible to compare the results with the set reference results.
  • The coach can ask the athletes for self- and peer evaluations and give the coach feedback.
    You can display things that are in line with the training period and the goals of the club.
    This teaches the athlete to pay attention to desired things in the long term.
  • Diaries freely defined by the coach to support sports skills and training
    (e.g. nutrition and training diaries).
    The coach can also use the diary to document and develop skills
    (e.g. development of sports skills).
    Athletes can respond to the diary with pictures, videos, audio clips and text.
    The coach can give feedback to the whole team or to an individual athlete.
    Also enables the entire team to have a common open diary.
  • The coach and the athlete can set goals for different areas
    (e.g. sports skills, life management or physics).
    The athlete or coach can determine the implementation method,
    how the progress of the goal is monitored.
    The athlete regularly reflects on reaching the goal. The coach can see
    the goals and progress of the athletes and can give feedback on the progress.


  • Reporting creates the conditions for the club and coaches to understand
    progress in a comprehensively visualized way.
    Reporting can be used for different functions at the individual and team level.
    Reporting facilitates the club's work and creates conditions for the development
    of operations.
    Reporting also creates transparency for the athlete regarding her own
  • All athlete-specific information is stored in the athlete's portfolio.
    The accumulated data helps coaches and athletes to promote their goals.
    In addition, the information benefits clubs in developing their own activities.
    Athlete-specific notes can be made e.g. in development discussions and
    you can choose whether the athlete can also see the notes.

VIDEO TOOL (available in October 2022)

  • Editing and sharing video clips from e.g. games. The video can be uploaded
    to Qridi Sport or used as a link (e.g. Google Drive).
    Process, edit and add desired annotations to videos.
    • Slowing down and speeding up videos for the desired time.
    • Pause videos for a certain period of time.
    • Drawing on the video and commenting on the desired points
    • Use voice for commenting. This makes it easier for the coach
      when everything does not have to be written down and
      the athletes can listen while watching the clips.
    Sorting videos into folders and playlists.
    Video tags to the desired points.
    Sharing video clips.