Chelsea Football Club and Tempus Ex Machina have entered into a seven-year partnership to power innovative technology enhancements for the club and our global fanbase.

Tempus Ex Machina is a cutting-edge technology company revolutionising the sports and entertainment industry. Innovatively syncing sports video and data, Tempus Ex’s proprietary technology enables the creation of new interactive experiences around live events.

Tempus Ex’s FusionFeed™ technology is the only solution that can synchronize and deliver every available piece of data generated by every data and video vendor at a live sporting event -- including every video angle, stats platform, and player tracker covering every play.

Chelsea FC will utilise Tempus Ex’s cutting-edge technology across several club operational areas, which will include our official 5th Stand app, digital and mobile fan engagement, in-stadium fan enhancements, and sponsor activations, as well as coaching, training, player health and safety, and match preparation.

‘Our fans deserve the best technology and our partnership with Tempus Ex will provide many features they have never seen before,’ said Todd Boehly, co-owner and chairman of Chelsea Football Club.

‘We believe passionately in the opportunity we have with Tempus Ex to reshape parts of the fan experience. We’re looking forward to sharing more in the coming months.’

Charlie Ebersol, co-founder and CEO of Tempus Ex Machina, said: ‘As we enter into a dynamic partnership with the gold standard of English football clubs, Chelsea fans are going to have access to new, personalised offerings on The 5th Stand and beyond that will bring them even closer to their favourite team.

‘Since the very beginning, we have strived to partner with the most respected, innovative and wide-reaching brands in sports. Being able to deploy our first-of-its-kind technology across the NFL, Pac-12 Conference and now Chelsea FC, we are able to demonstrate just how effective and ubiquitous FusionFeed™ is, and showcase the endless opportunities around execution.’