Football Playbook software still has, as its
primary function, the ability to create,
organize and print play drawings, playbook pages and playbook documents on a
football-specific drawing tools make the task of
drawing lines, circles, boxes, curves, and "squiggles"
easier and faster when compared with general purpose software
like Word or Powerpoint. This is most
evident when its time to draw curved lines or apply blocking
"heads" and especially, print one or more pages or an
entire playbook. There is simply no better way to draw
a football play than with software designed to draw a
At the same time, current
playbook software from the leading publishers works better
than ever - especially when its necessary to save a play, page or an
entire playbook for use in other software like Word or
Powerpoint; create images that can be placed on web sites,
or publish playbooks as computer files that can be viewed on
a computer, tablet or phone.
two football playbook software products that have delivered quality
and value... year-in and
year-out : Playmaker Pro and Coach's Office.
Sample Football Play Drawing from Playmaker Pro
(click image to enlarge)
Each of our
playbook software publishers offers play drawing tools and
capabilities that save time and produce better looking
diagrams than any general-purpose software. While their
approach is a bit different, the diagram above could be
created with either product.
Each has unique capabilities - with Playmaker, its the
presence of Animation and the ability to create full field
drawings as well as short field drawings. With Coachs
Office, its the "modular
approach" that makes it quick and easy to use place a play
drawing in a Practice Script,
as well as onto a Playbook page.
Coach's Office is a "modular" system -
are available in its Script and Playbook
Click one or more of the links to the right to learn more about these
Playbook software programs offered by CompuSports: Coach's Office and
Playmaker Pro. Both products are used at all levels, from Youth, High
School, and College to the NFL.