• The Solis Lite hotspot has livestreamed soccer games for our teams in California, Florida, Illinois, and Missouri. This mobile hotspot from Solis has helped us with streaming games, uploading footage, and traveling with our sports cameras. The speed, ability to pay for data as we go, and the ability to switch between carriers has been great for us.
  • For a soccer livestream speaker that's waterproof, durable for soccer travel, and a battery good for tournament weekends this JBL bluetooth speaker is a good option with minimal setup. Play by play on Veo livestream or game commentary on Hudl, Trace, Pixellot, Reeplayer, or other AI sports cameras is pretty simple once you get this speaker and install an app on your phone (see video below)
  • For a portable Veo camera tripod that's smaller and cheaper than the Manfrotto 12 ft this tripod is a good option that you can have shipped to you quickly. This is a great tripod if you're going to be flying with your camera - easier to take on the plane, fit into your rental car, and haul around to games. Some airlines may allow you to carry on this tripod.
  • If you need a Veo camera tilt mount that you can use when you need to tilt the camera for a better recording angle then this is a good and cheap tripod tilt option. The large knob makes it easy to tighten & loosen and quickly adjust and re-tighten the mount as you adjust the camera to capture the field. The 360 degree capability of the ballhead mount means it's easy to move and adjust to the camera to catch any angle from the sideline (works for Veo 1 and Veo 2 cameras).
  • If you need a Veo camera monopod that you can use in the bleachers for basketball games, high school soccer games, hockey games, or anytime you're sitting in a stadium or bleachers then this is a good tripod alternative. The locking feet and adjustable height make it a good portable option for recording games on the go (works for Veo 1 and Veo 2 cameras)
  • The Inseego MiFi M2000 has livestreamed over 100 soccer games for our teams in Phoenix, Orlando, Vegas, Omaha, St. Louis, Chicago, Kansas City, Wichita, Des Moines, and Denver. We've used the 5G hotspot to stream live games and to upload many Gigs of game footage to the cloud. The battery life, strength of connection, and speed of service with T-Mobile has been great for us.
  • This Veo camera tripod bag is padded to protect your tripod, has carry handles so you can throw it over your shoulder, straps so you can cinch it up when flying, and comes in two sizes so you can use it for your 12ft Manfrotto tripod or your 23ft tripod as well. We've used it to fly to Orlando, Phoenix, Las Vegas and our tripod has made through the airport and to the soccer complex each time. It doesn't offer as much protection as the tripod travel case but it's cheaper and lighter.
  • Charging your Veo camera on the field or on your tripod is easy with this power bank for your soccer camera. We use this battery to charge our camera in between games or during the match to get enough juice to finish recording or streaming.
  • If you need a Veo camera tripod that's smaller/more portable than the Manfrotto 12 ft or if your tripod is damaged and you need a quick replacement this tripod is a good option (be sure to use it with sandbags) that you can have shipped to you quickly.
  • This Veo camera tripod case has a handle and wheels for pulling your Manfrotto tripod around the airport and soccer complex. The plastic shell protects your tripod when you check it on the airplane. You slide your tripod into the wheeled bottom section then place the top section with the pull handle over your tripod and secure the case with a TSA approved locking pin.
  • If your Veo camera power cord is damaged or lost you won't be able to charge your soccer camera in between games. You can order this Veo camera charger as a replacement (for Veo camera 1 only).
  • This Veo camera tripod case has a handle and wheels for hauling your 12 ft Manfrotto tripod to the soccer complex and through the airport. The outer shell protects the tripod if you check it on the plane. Your tripod fits into the wheeled bottom portion and then you slide the upper section with the pull handle over your tripod - securing the tripod in with a TSA approved locking pin.
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