Pass plot using arrrows

This example shows how to plot all passes from a team in a match as arrows.

from mplsoccer import Pitch, FontManager, Sbopen
from matplotlib import rcParams
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

rcParams['text.color'] = '#c7d5cc'  # set the default text color

# get event dataframe for game 7478
parser = Sbopen()
df, related, freeze, tactics = parser.event(7478)

Boolean mask for filtering the dataset by team

team1, team2 = df.team_name.unique()
mask_team1 = (df.type_name == 'Pass') & (df.team_name == team1)

Filter dataset to only include one teams passes and get boolean mask for the completed passes

df_pass = df.loc[mask_team1, ['x', 'y', 'end_x', 'end_y', 'outcome_name']]
mask_complete = df_pass.outcome_name.isnull()

View the pass dataframe.

df_pass.head()
x y end_x end_y outcome_name
20 11.0 80.0 29.0 68.0 NaN
22 29.0 67.0 58.0 80.0 Out
28 56.0 68.0 75.0 77.0 NaN
37 95.0 80.0 110.0 56.0 NaN
40 109.0 56.0 106.0 54.0 Incomplete


Plotting

# Set up the pitch
pitch = Pitch(pitch_type='statsbomb', pitch_color='#22312b', line_color='#c7d5cc')
fig, ax = pitch.draw(figsize=(16, 11), constrained_layout=True, tight_layout=False)
fig.set_facecolor('#22312b')

# Plot the completed passes
pitch.arrows(df_pass[mask_complete].x, df_pass[mask_complete].y,
             df_pass[mask_complete].end_x, df_pass[mask_complete].end_y, width=2,
             headwidth=10, headlength=10, color='#ad993c', ax=ax, label='completed passes')

# Plot the other passes
pitch.arrows(df_pass[~mask_complete].x, df_pass[~mask_complete].y,
             df_pass[~mask_complete].end_x, df_pass[~mask_complete].end_y, width=2,
             headwidth=6, headlength=5, headaxislength=12,
             color='#ba4f45', ax=ax, label='other passes')

# Set up the legend
ax.legend(facecolor='#22312b', handlelength=5, edgecolor='None', fontsize=20, loc='upper left')

# Set the title
ax_title = ax.set_title(f'{team1} passes vs {team2}', fontsize=30)
OL Reign passes vs Houston Dash

Plotting with grid. We will use mplsoccer’s grid function to plot a pitch with a title and endnote axes.

fig, axs = pitch.grid(endnote_height=0.03, endnote_space=0, figheight=12,
                      title_height=0.06, title_space=0, grid_height=0.86,
                      # Turn off the endnote/title axis. I usually do this after
                      # I am happy with the chart layout and text placement
                      axis=False)
fig.set_facecolor('#22312b')

# Plot the completed passes
pitch.arrows(df_pass[mask_complete].x, df_pass[mask_complete].y,
             df_pass[mask_complete].end_x, df_pass[mask_complete].end_y, width=2, headwidth=10,
             headlength=10, color='#ad993c', ax=axs['pitch'], label='completed passes')

# Plot the other passes
pitch.arrows(df_pass[~mask_complete].x, df_pass[~mask_complete].y,
             df_pass[~mask_complete].end_x, df_pass[~mask_complete].end_y, width=2,
             headwidth=6, headlength=5, headaxislength=12,
             color='#ba4f45', ax=axs['pitch'], label='other passes')

# fontmanager for Google font (robotto)
robotto_regular = FontManager()

# Set up the legend
legend = axs['pitch'].legend(facecolor='#22312b', handlelength=5, edgecolor='None',
                             prop=robotto_regular.prop, loc='upper left')
for text in legend.get_texts():
    text.set_fontsize(25)

# endnote and title
axs['endnote'].text(1, 0.5, '@your_twitter_handle', va='center', ha='right', fontsize=20,
                    fontproperties=robotto_regular.prop, color='#dee6ea')
axs['title'].text(0.5, 0.5, f'{team1} passes vs {team2}', color='#dee6ea',
                  va='center', ha='center',
                  fontproperties=robotto_regular.prop, fontsize=25)

plt.show()  # If you are using a Jupyter notebook you do not need this line
plot arrows

Total running time of the script: ( 0 minutes 1.281 seconds)

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