TeamSnap is a cloud-based team management solution for parents, coaches, team managers and group organizers. This solution helps users manage team members and communication within teams.
With TeamSnap, team managers can remotely schedule events and set event descriptions such as arrival times, locations and opponents. Team members can also sync event details with third-party personal calendars like Apple Calendar, Microsoft Outlook or Google Calendar for real-time updates.
This solution allows users to communicate with team members via email, text messages or a private online forum. Team managers can also send bulk emails to entire teams with a single click.
TeamSnap allows users to create action plans and ensure proper follow-up with built-in reporting features. Members receiving event notifications can reply with their availability.
Other features of TeamSnap include photo sharing, statistics reporting, refreshment tracking and managing sponsorships. The solution can also be accessed through a mobile app available for Android and iOS.
Lacey from 317Grow
Employees number: 11-50 employees
Everything in one place - it streamlines communication, organization, and scheduling.
Great way for team managers, coaches, parents and players to communicate. I love the tracking option on here. It is great for collecting tournament papers and making sure you have everything. The roster functionality allows you to include pictures, videos, and stats. The chat feature lets all our parents talk and ask questions in one place. It is a lifesaver. We can also live score games and it sends reminders for me, saving a lot of time. they are always working to improve it and add more features. I wish I would've known about it years ago.
Andy from Union Pacific
saved time and allowed players, parents and other family members to receive the same information.
Ability to select practice and game schedule (together or separate) has the greatest benefit to me and my parents.
Channell from Inspired By Purpose
Employees number: 2-10 employees
Benefits to small fitness business: ease of fitness class scheduling in a list view, ability to keep accountability and see registered participants.
The ease of adding participants from a roster to a class or event is extremely easy. I love that Participants can see what teammates are also signed up!
I dislike the most that everyone there is a class added or changed emails go through to the team; it has been a source of complaints from users.
Martin from Aptean
Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees
Easy to use, does what most clubs need and saves significant time for both coaches and parents. My club have 40+ football (soccer) teams, which overs over 500+ players and teamsnap manages everything from registration, team and club communications, games and training and availability... and more. Great customer support also :)
No real cons... having the cloud version and app version make it easy to use and new features are continually rolling out... over the last two years of using this it has got better and better
Roger from Telecommunications
Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees
TeamSnap made it easy to manage a team roster, inform the team of the game schedule, check attendance and communicate with the team.
TeamSnap is easy to set up and use. It makes it easy to communicate with parents on your team via email or text. You can schedule games, check attendance, track payments, post team photos, and email the entire roster from your email account.
Cost. Free version is very 'stripped'. Paid version is excellent, but you have to pay per team, and there is no discount for subsequent years, multiple years or additional teams. Cannot roster on and off players for different seasons/tournaments.
Caroline from Broomfield Soccer
Keeps all team schedules, communication, contact information on one easy to reach place! Never be late or miss attaining or game again!
Paul from Integritech Solutions LLC/ Seattle United Soccer Club /Ballard High School
I've been using TeamSnap for a variety of teams for more than five years.
As a league registrar for Little League and Youth Soccer, team manager and coach in those sports plus youth basketball High School Golf and Soccer teams I've used lots of league management software solutions.
I've used CountMeIn, ngin, Korrio, League Athletics, Sports Affinity, Bonzi plus a few more. Each has their strengths and weaknesses. Those which register easily, don't always schedule or communicate well. Team assignment isn't always a strength. Others have a great template language. None do it all well.
The bottom line is that I choose TeamSnap because it single-handedly makes me more efficient when scheduling games and practices, but most importantly when it makes communicating to players, coaches and parents easy. The functions most important once teams have been formed.
Even though I must use the league's or association's required site to register, I still choose to purchase services from TeamSnap to manage my event and game schedules and team communications because it does it so much better than anyone else.
TeamSnap constantly works to add new features and improve existing ones.
I am about to test their league/association site that will allow multiple teams/sports under the same umbrella.
Dave from Alameda Vipers
Nice and easy for a team parent but horrible to try to figure out changes etc for a parent. A heading says "changes to your repeating event", but then the message is only for a single practice day added in on one particular day. That would be an add on, not a change.. Needs a lot of humanization. We've missed several practices because we did not understand the email from the header, then had to dig through the email thru the little itty bitty text. Is that supposed to be easier than a email reminder from a coach with a reminder in the header? No way... I am a coach and I will not use this service until the header can be customized. No parent wants to dig through every email EVERY practice... Yuck! Too many kids, sports and no time to deal with this.. Good luck
Response: TeamSnap, TeamSnap.com LLC
Date: August 2013
Thanks for the feedback. We are totally focused on user experience so we will seriously think about the feedback.