The coordinate system used to generate pitch markings in can be customised by supplying a pitch specification to the dimensions argument of annotate_pitch.

ggsoccer provides pitch specifications for a few popular data providers by default. However, user-defined specifications can also be used.

pitch_opta

pitch_statsbomb

pitch_wyscout

Format

An object of class list of length 10.

Details

A "pitch specification" is simply a list of dimensions that define a coordinate system. The required dimensions are:

  • "length"The length of the pitch from one goal to the other (x axis)

  • "width"The width of the pitch from touchline to the other (y axis)

  • "penalty_box_length"The distance from the goalline to the edge of the penalty area

  • "penalty_box_width"The width of the penalty area

  • "six_yard_box_length"The distance from the goalline to the edge of the six-yard box

  • "six_yard_box_width"The width of the six-yard box

  • "penalty_spot_distance"The distance from the goalline to the penalty spot

  • "goal_width"The distance from one goal post to the other

  • "origin_x"The minimum x coordinate of the pitch

  • "origin_y"The minimum y coordinate of the pitch

Examples

library(ggplot2) library(ggsoccer) ggplot() + annotate_pitch(dimensions = pitch_statsbomb) + theme_pitch()