Youth and Amateur Adult League Software - Markets Reach $5.9 Billion By 2022

by Sameer Joshi or 03-Aug-2016

Publisher announces that it has published a new study Youth League Sports Software:Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2016 to 2022. The 2016 study has 389 pages, 185 tables and figures. Worldwide Youth and Amateur Adult League Sports Software markets are poised to achieve significant growth and enormous market consolidation as youth and recreational teams move to automated process


Integration of a variety of technologies is the functional direction of market development as vendors seek to build out a platform. As companies try to build out specialized payment processing, registration, scheduling, and team communications capability, the platforms become very complex and difficult to change. The classic software problems associated with integration of different software modules begin to plague systems developers. The platform can include a lot of different functions illustrated below.


Sports Software

Club Management

Sports Websites

Sports Technology

Team Roster Software

Team Registration Management

Volunteer Management Software

Flexible payment options.

Users can choose from various payment methods

Pay by check or by credit card

Track cash payments

Make payment on account

Provides an advertising base for retail outlets

Advertising base has local reach

Broad functionality

Administrators can collect online payment securely

One tap payment

Discounts & coupons are supported

Create one multifaceted product

Tracks rosters, schedules, game attendance, practice attendance

Tracks availability, team payments, and statistics

Text communications

Email communications


Team web site communications

Effective communications capability






Multipurpose rooms


Background Screening

Equipment Tracking

Facility Management

Game Results Tracking

Online Registration


Team Assignments

Volunteer Management


Youth sports package software often generates revenue b taking a small percentage of the transactions that are run through the software by the teams. Standard software licenses are also used to pay for the software. A third revenue model depends on an annual fee per registration. In some cases, the fee is $50 per web site and an additional $299 annually a vendor typically charges $2.50 per registrant. Custom graphics are available for $599 typically.


Several youth team software vendors provide web site design tools, other vendors permit users to work with a graphics team to support building the appropriate design. Most vendors offer premium features to make them available in high end web sites. This includes text messaging, team, and effective communications capability


A very few vendors are specialists in payments processing. Credit card processing is an important part of running an team. Thetessm revolves around shared use of fields, courts or ice. Payments processing provides a way to collect the money easily, providing a base for the team.


Most youth team software is available with an initial free trial. This lets people try out the web site for an organization. The strength of the software is the player registration process. Other vendors have strength in payments processing. Still others specialize in the web site design. A vendor that provides the best registration software considers it the bread and butter for the company.


Communication is a more elaborate software requirement and that is being upgraded by most vendors. Vendors work to make their software customizable. Vendors permit users to ask questions specific to the league, they can add an additional fee to be collected during the registration process.


According to Author, leader of the team that prepared the study for Publisher, “Vendors are making acquisitions to make the software able to provide a large set of capabilities. Modules brought in from different companies and developers are difficult to integrate into a functioning platform. Frequently functionality brought in from an acquisition is torn down and rewritten to make it conform to a platform.”


Market growth comes from increased benefits of organization in youth and amateur adult sports leagues. Travel teams and tournaments are in vogue. These do not happen in a consistent manner unless there is automated process in place. Automated process is just better for making a team function smoothly, eliminating vast amounts of politics. Shared resource is always a problem, having automated management is better. Once one aspect of the team management is automated, there is demand to automate all the processes across the board leading to plenty of consolidation and acquisitions in this market.