Through the OpenSports league and tournament system, referees and captains can easily input scores, and league admins can even settle score disputes (i.e., if games are self-officiated).
Here’s our web and app guide on how to input scores after a game.
Here’s our app guide on how refs or league managers/league admins can check-in players at a match
Let’s say a game got cancelled and you want to easily be able to add one match to the schedule without altering the rest of the schedule, you can easily do this through OpenSports!
Here’s our web and app guide on how to add a single match to the schedule.
If you need to make changes on the fly such as:
Here’s our app guide on how to make all of these on the fly match edits and changes.
When working with a big schedule, you can use the Filter tool to find the exact matches you’d like to view and/or make changes to. If you would like to edit dates/times/locations in bulk, you can use our bulk editor tool!
Here’s our web guide on the bulk match editor.
Standings are automatically updated when scores are inputted. Admins and players can view the standings.
Here’s our web and app guide on how to view league/tournament standings.
Note: If you’d like to add goal differential to your standings, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org to request it.
You can easily view the schedule right from your app at the tournament/league games. Right now, you can only download a CSV of the league/tournament schedule while you are creating the round robin schedule, from the Preview Schedule section:
We are adding another export button so that you will be able to export the schedules by Aug 2022.
Have a fantastic league or tournament and thank you for choosing OpenSports! Send questions our way to email@example.com