We love technical soccer
Munin Sports is built on a strong mission: To create a new generation of soccer training equipment that develops soccer players skills in a fun and efficient way.
Our aim is to use new technology to take the training in soccer clubs and private gardens to a digital level that children and teenagers can understand.
When it comes to applying technology to measuring the physical progress of soccer players, soccer has changed a great deal. But as we ourselves are soccer players and feel most alive when we have a ball at our feet, we have chosen to focus on technical developments.
We want to give players at all ages and at all skills levels the fantastic feeling of being able to control the ball. We want to give them the opportunity to go out there on the training ground or into the garden and train all the fun technical elements of soccer. Volleys, headers, first touches, overhead kicks and all the other moves that passionate soccer players love.
Good people, which are apart of our team
SOCCER EXPERT, TV3
When Per sits down at the microphone as commentator for the Champions League in the biggest stadia in Europe he draws on some very unusual background knowledge. In 1983, he was a dangerous right-winger who helped to win the Europa Cup with Anderlecht. After retiring from his soccer career, he has worked with the EU Commission and the Sports Confederation of Denmark.
After an impressive career with Novo Nordisk where Kim was VP of Production, two years ago he decided the time was right to try something new. He is now an active investor in a range of exciting start-ups that benefit from his long-standing experience in management, risk management and manufacturing.
NIKOLAJ MAGNE LARSEN
Nikolaj is a whizz with numbers. After giving in the British banking sector the benefit of his talent for a number of years, he has returned to Denmark. He now works as an active investor in a number of companies. He is managing director of re-match which has developed a unique method for reusing artificial turf pitches.