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Teamstats.net Review



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Picture this: You and a bunch of your mates are sitting around your flat on a Saturday night talking about your most recent team loss earlier that morning to a rival club up the road. Somebody then blurts out, “it feels like we’ve been on 12 points for the last month! When was the last time we secured a point in our Saturday league?”

The room grows silent and everyone blurts out a game they think you won or lost. To be honest, nobody in the room knows for sure. And unless you have a league website for your Saturday club — which isn’t likely — then you’ll have to give the league a call to get the answer.

But what if there was an easier way to get the answer? That’s where Teamstats.net comes into view.

Think of the site as your own personal club page that comes complete with a forum for your club, a gallery to post pictures of your most recent Cup wins, stats pages, ground information and much more.

The general layout is extremely easy, plus it gives you a homepage to call home for your club. No more excuses about not knowing when the next game is — the site has a spot to add your roster, team schedule, bio’s for every player, club finances, as well as club history.

Not only that, Teamstats.net also gives you an area on the site that allows the coach and the members of the team to rate the players on a game-by-game basis, as well as add a Man of the Match to each game.

In all honesty, the site is a bit overwhelming. The options you have at your fingertips are vast; that means you better have a good statistician on your team! It also means that your website could be just as good as say, Woking FC, if you have someone to take good care of it.

Seriously, take a look at Woking’s website and Norwich St. Johns on teamstats. The differences are minimal. So long as the site continues to be free of charge, I have a feeling it could be a big draw for clubs looking for a place to call home. They basically do all the work for you by giving you the layout — all you have to do is build your site up as you so choose.

If you’re a Saturday or Sunday league player looking for a hub for your club, then I’d highly recommend going over to Teamstats.net for a look around. The quality and no cost make it well worth a try.