Detect, select and accompany startups with a disruptive innovative or technological component on their way to generating a positive impact on the world of sport.
It lies in creating a sports ecosystem where technology startups, investors, athletes and stakeholders in the sector can generate synergies that positively affect sport.
We provide selected startups with the necessary resources to help them on their way to success.
We co-invest in technologically disruptive projects that have a positive impact on the sports sector.
Iker Casillas and Pau Gasol are attracted to the entrepreneurial world, as underlined by their alliance with Wayra to launch the GameChangers3 project.
Wayra, SportBoost and Gasol16 Ventures join forces in GameChangers 3 to promote startups in sports, health and wellness, given the growing importance of these sectors in society.
MEET LALIGA was attended by athletes, clubs and artificial intelligence experts from companies such as Repsol, Microsoft, Telefónica and OdiseIA.
Iker Casillas' accelerator seeks to consolidate its position as a link between sports organizations, investors and startups. It currently has stakes in ten companies, such as Playtomic, Indya or Clupik and agreements with LaLiga.
Iker Casillas has put soccer aside and is focusing on the business world with investments in sports-related companies.
In the next few days they will announce the last three companies that will be included in this first call.
David Hernando (SportBoost) discusses the drivers of technology investment at PRO Sportstech
The company that supports startups is led by Iker, but has a large team behind him... and three golden rules for the projects that are submitted
The relationship between Clupik and SportBoost started with the challenge of the United Arab Emirates Football Federation (UAE FA).
This transaction, which consisted of a series A round of 12 million euros
The software of the Spanish company Kognia reads more than 300 game concepts that it offers to the technical staff in video clips with graphics.
Soccer players bet on technological entrepreneurship
SportBoost, Iker Casillas' start up, has announced an agreement with Dubai Future Foundation (DFA) and the United Arab Emirates Football Federation (UAE FA) to develop a program to identify soccer talent.
What does Iker Casillas do nowadays? The legendary Real Madrid goalkeeper hung up his boots in August 2020, forced by a heart attack that made him rethink his life.
The Spanish accelerator, founded by Iker Casillas, celebrates its first anniversary with more than 1.2 million euros invested in different sportstech projects.
The 'Player Entrepreneurship Office' offers new opportunities for athletes as well as technology startups.
SportBoost is an accelerator and incubator for sports-related startups with the goal of turning them into leading companies in their sector.
SportBoost is the firm founded by Iker Casillas that supports, accelerates and invests in startups that have a direct link to sports and technology with the aim of turning them into leading companies in their sectors.