WITH LEAGUEAPPS TECHNOLOGY
Registration is directly tied to invoices, e-mail/text, and Facebook sharing. Customizable payment plans & auto-billing on a secure payment system. Parents will receive payment reminders and updates throughout the year!
Automated email and text notifications for games, practices, and payments. Ability to send e-mails/texts to particular teams and program types.
Create practice, scrimmage, and league schedules that are automatically saved to team pages and calendars.
Create team stores to sell gear and apparel. Store integrates in to your registration for easy upselling of products and services.
Easily collect try out registrations, team dues, and create practice schedules
Allow for multi team registration, waiver collection, and real time communication
Easily manage day, extended day, or overnight camps. Spread the word utilizing built in social media tools
Parents can register for sessions or book private coaching lessons
Team registrations, scheduling, standings, and easy communication with your teams and players.
Allow opt-in to customizable payment plans & auto billing on secure payment systems. Parents will receive payment reminders and updates through out the year.
“My members are now able to register and pay fees online reducing time and energy spent on chasing delinquent accounts. The ease of communication is a wonderful tool.”-Mike Falk Net Force Volleyball
"We have been using LeagueApps with our volleyball club for a few months now and couldn’t be happier. Its so easy to use and manage. When we are transitioning to something new, their staff is always available and helpful while walking us through the set up.”-Karen Wright Victory Volleyball
“My favorite part of LeagueApps is the staff. They’re always there to help me, no matter what I need, and at any time!”-Tara Spurgeon Carolina Union
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