A couple of weeks ago we brought to your attention a couple of fun videos where Real Salt Lake and Portland Timbers players wore GoPro cameras during a training season.
The videos were fun, but with the ball being on the ground in front of field players the majority of the time and the camera being level and facing outward from their chests, you only get to see so much of the player's ball work.
So how do we go about creating the best possible first-person GoPro soccer experience?
Goalkeepers. And give us a point of view that's as close to their eyes as possible.
Thanks to Chicago Fire goalkeeper Sean Johnson and goalkeeping coach Aron Hyde for strapping up and hitting soccer balls straight into our computer screens today.