Amateur sports teams have long relied on one or two volunteers to manage the overwhelming amount of paperwork, statistical calculation and coordination that goes into running a team effectively. TeamPages aims to let the net do the heavy lifting, by creating a hub for teams to organize, build community and facilitate communication between athletes, parents and team organizers. TeamPages free sports team websites gives sports teams an organized space where they can post vidoes and photos of past victories, and athletes can create and maintain their own profiles. The company is already maintaining team pages across North America, including several universities. TeamPages was also on hand at Launch Party 03 at the Lamplighter in Gastown to demo their site. "Our goal is to make the lives of league administrators, coaches, parents and athletes easier, all by providing all the relevant information in one place. We also make it easier for coaches to make last minute changes, since every change is automatically emailed out," TeamPages Co-founder and CEO Mike Tan said.
TeamPages is an online social network and utility for amateur sports that makes it easier for coaches, team managers and players to: manage their teams, schedule games, and keep track of stats communicate with one another and share memories build an online community and presence TeamPages provides teams, athletes, and fans with a central location to post and find their schedules, check out the latest team news... more
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