Mount Laurel, New Jersey—May 25, 2021CLEARED4, a scalable, flexible health verification platform, today announced its work with the National Football League Alumni Association (NFLA), whose mission is to serve, assist, and inform players in their post-NFL lives. NFLA offers a variety of medical, financial, educational, and social programs to keep members and their families healthy, productive, and connected. NFLA will utilize CLEARED4’s technology at events, work to open stadiums and facilities safely and bring back fans through its HIPAA-compliant platform.

CLEARED4 is a sophisticated software platform that, unlike its competitors, is an app-less technology, and allows seamless integration into partner apps to facilitate COVID-19 symptom monitoring, testing, and vaccine status. CLEARED4’s platform was developed in response to the enormous administrative, financial, and compliance-related burdens on businesses, organizations, and events wanting to reopen and stay open. CLEARED4 is the fastest growing health validation platform used across all major U.S. sports, the live event space, travel, business, and education.

CLEARED4 is used by over 1M users across dozens of businesses, schools, venues, travel brands, and other organizations to support employees, students, customers, and fans during this delicate phase of the pandemic, including Madison Square Garden, NY YankeesLA Angels, LA Clippers, Legends Hospitality at AT&T Stadium, SoFi Stadium and Circle Line in New York.

“The superb work that NFLA does with athletes and their families is vital to their communities and we are so proud that our technology will allow this tremendous organization to continue their important mission with optimal safety going forward,” said Dr. Soumi Eachempati, CEO of CLEARED4.

Founded in 1967 by a small group of successful retired NFL players, the NFL Alumni is the oldest, most well-known and well-respected retired player organization in professional sports. Membership includes thousands of retired players, coaches, front office executives, spouses, cheerleaders, and avid fans.

“‘Caring for Our Own’ has remained NFL Alumni’s mission since the beginning, and that includes keeping our community safe at events and initiatives during COVID reopening,” said NFLA CEO Beasley Reece. “Working with CLEARED4, we will bring that technology to our Association and the league as a whole in support of getting fans and staff back to stadiums.”

The CLEARED4 solution has been designed to offer a long-term, flexible and modular approach to allow partners to control which safety steps to use as the pandemic compliance continues to evolve. Utilizing CLEARED4 indicates that organizations prioritize the health and safety of staff and visitors as reopening progresses.

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CLEARED4, is a unique platform that enables its clients and users to return to businesses, schools and stadiums across America. CLEARED4 is a patent-pending HIPAA-compliant platform that provides a higher level of safety where COVID-19 cases could occur and affect other individuals. Pioneered from advanced technology, CLEARED4 includes advanced symptom monitoring, secure access control, automated contract tracing, COVID-19 testing and most recently, vaccination verification.
CLEARED4’s platform was launched in April 2020 with CLEARED4WORK and more recently launched additional vertical-specific solutions including CLEARED4CLASS, CLEARED4FANS, CLEARED4DINING and CLEARED4TRAVEL.
CLEARED4 offers a number of solutions that have already been adopted across 100+ organizations and venues including Madison Square Garden, Yankee Stadium, SoFI Stadium, AT&T Stadium, AAA Travel, Sun Chemical, Middlesex Savings Bank, multiple hedge funds and retails shops, Suffolk County, and Manhasset School District. CLEARED4 has over 750,000 unique users and issued millions of Covid-free health passes since launching in April 2020.

About NFL Alumni
NFL Alumni was founded in 1967 and is the oldest and most recognizable national organization of retired professional athletes. Part of NFL Alumni’s dual mission is “Caring for Kids”. Player alumni give back in their local communities by raising funds for youth-related charities through their 37 regional chapters. It is a tradition that has existed for more than 50 years. The other half of NFLA’s mission, “Caring for our Own” is to serve, assist and inform its members and their families. Alumni members are offered a diverse package of wellness, business, career, and legal services to help members and their families be healthy, productive, and connected to one another. To learn more please visit