The makers of Teqball are also developing a technological add-on called the Teqbox. The Teqbox uses a camera-based motion sensor system and event-processing software that measures player skills.
Teqball is intended as a game that can be played for pure enjoyment, but also as a coaching tool that could help soccer players develop certain skill sets. It is also useful as a rehabilitation tool for soccer players returning from injury.
Some of the world's most respected soccer coaches have given their stamp of approval to Teqball. Ronald Koeman, a legendary Dutch player and coach, sees it as a great form of exercise. Fellow Dutchman Henk ten Cate, who played a key role in developing FC Barcelona's distinct brand of attacking football as an assistant coach, sees it as an interesting coaching tool.
It's a very good promotion of football. Without even knowing you are training, you are training and in a very pleasant way.