German soccer legend Lothar Matthäus at ICT Spring Written by Alexandre Keilmann on May 3rd, 2016

On May 10th, Lothar Matthäus will participate to the Abundance Era conference which will take place during ICT Spring 2016. Thanks to Docler Holding, he will be on stage and will test a new sport called Teqball along with its co-founder Viktor Huszar. Yes, sports do benefit from disruptive innovations!

 

Lothar Matthäus started his professional career in Mönchengladbach in 1979, before transferring to Bayern Munich in 1984. He also played professionally in Italy and in the USA. He wore the German national team jersey 150 times and scored 23 goals. He was the captain of the German national team which won the 1990 World Cup and won the Ballon d’Or the same year. Lothar Matthäus played in 5 FIFA World Cups, more than any other outfield player in men’s soccer.

 

Viktor Dénes Huszár is a Hungarian computer scientist, President of the Football Club of the Budapest University of Technology & Economics, an international speaker of technologies used in different sports. He is the co-founder and co-inventor of Teqball and Teqbox, a brand new football based sport and its supportive motion recognition system.

 

Register now to get the chance to meet soccer legend Lothar Matthäus!

 

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