Being prepared for a match avoids wasting time, helps in strategic planning and gives the illusion of being in charge. On a more serious note, most competitions require the team playing to be submitted to the referee, the competition coordinator and also the opposing coach or manager.
Teamsheets and related coaching tools are designed to help planning, managing and recording competitive encounters.
For younger squads, a general pattern for introductory leagues is to arrange the fixture, but perhaps to play two or three concurrent small sided matches (perhaps 7 or 8 a side). SURPASSPORT supports this by allowing the players to be split into multiple panels, and so manage team sheets, positions and optionally matchplay for each panel.
Where the team competes in a competition organised using LeagueManager, fixtures automatically synchronise with your team's activities, and match tracking is automatically enabled, along with the opponent details.
LeagueManager also helps improve data privacy, removing the need to share teamsheets and sharing a pass/fail indicator on whether the team meets the competition requirements instead. For example, this avoids sharing dates of birth, but assures that all players meet the age requirements.
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