September 21, 2021

It is with great appreciation that we announce the upcoming departure of SoCal Youth Rugby’s CEO, Giovanni Vaglietti. Giovanni has been with SCYR for three and half years and has moved the organization into the forefront of burgeoning youth sport non-profits in the nation. Where many youth sports faltered financially during the tumultuous Covid-19 months, SCYR was able to keep the doors open and even compete across all ages just one year after the State’s pandemic closing. Giovanni forged numerous programs befitting the growth and safety of the youth game. Marni Vath, SCYR Treasurer and Board Member shared, “Because of Giovanni’s strategic foresight, our thousands of rugby families across Southern California experienced distinct improvements in our organization and the game.”

It is fitting that Giovanni is becoming the Executive Director of US Youth & High School Rugby, the parent non-profit rugby organization for which state youth rugby organizations such as SCYR, fall under. Giovanni will remain with SCYR through September 30, 2021.

A select committee from the SCYR Board of Directors will lead the interview process to fill the vacant CEO position upon Giovanni’s departure. To gain a job description and learn more about this available role, please email In the interim, all details for 2022 had already been set forth and are in execution by the SCYR staff. For specific member needs, please continue to contact Valory Reed at

September 10, 2021

Hello! Happy new rugby season as September 1 starts the USA Rugby calendar each year. We have a few changes and updates to get our SoCal Youth Rugby year underway:

New Registration Format — US Youth & High School – of which all Youth State Rugby Organizations fall under – is switching software away from Sportlomo to FuseSport. Currently, US Youth is onboarding the State organizations. Once our SCYR structure is ready, which is expected next week, SCYR will work with a small member group to test our own specific needs. Following that, we will roll it out to your Club Admins so you can soon begin your High School and Youngers Club registration. As well, we’ll open Coach and Referee Membership renewal in FuseSport.

In the interim, we are preparing for the upcoming season and have many details ready for you to view and complete. You’ll find all of these items on our Club Resource page.

SCYR 2022 Competition Calendar — The High School, Youngers Club, Olders Club, and Summer 7s seasons are outlined for 2022 including playoffs and tournaments. You’ll also find registration minimum and division intention deadline dates.

Request for Certificate of Insurance (COI)– Clubs secure their fields in the fall and typically need this COI. This is a link to request your COI via USA Rugby. It does take some time (often several weeks), so you may wish to get this under way. Per their requirements, please note your Club Registration Fee is PAID already. SCYR pays this annually for our member organizations.

NEW! Your Club’s Primary Contacts — Please complete this form asap designating your President, Club Admin and Secondary Contact. This will ensure we have the most up-to-date communication to you. Deadline: ASAP

2022 High School Division Intention — The earlier you share with us your high school intent per division, the better our organization opportunity. The High School structure for 2022 has altered as shared a few weeks ago. You’ll find a link to these details also on the Club Resource page.  

What happens next or is still to come?
— New registration software as noted!  We’ll contact your Club Admin very soon (make sure we have the accurate Club Admin on the Primary Contact form).
— Annual Member Organization Contract — The annual member agreement has been updated for your President’s signature
– SCYR Policies — The 2022 Policies will soon be available once the Youngers Club elements are complete.

We are happy to be busy preparing for a full season of rugby across our youth and high school formats!

Best wishes,
SoCal Youth Rugby

September 3, 2021

We are so happy to announce our new official SoCal Youth Rugby travel sponsor–Irish Rugby Tours. For decades, Irish Rugby Tours has been at the forefront of rugby travel across the globe creating a bespoke experience for tour accommodations, match schedule, and area tourist experiences.

As an SCYR member, Irish Rugby Tours gains you direct access to …
– the best rates for your air travel, accommodations, and travel in and around your destination
– the destination’s rugby organizations and clubs for your tour
– all inclusive and customized travel management, planning and execution to Ireland for your rugby tour

Irish Rugby Tours is a well-known, highly trusted name in the rugby business providing an authentic, personable touch to your travel needs all while ensuring your are cared for throughout your travels including 24-hour emergency service.

Many of our SCYR clubs are traveling again for not only matches and tournaments in the US, but with international tours on the horizon. We are proud to partner with Irish Rugby Tours as your go to rugby travel solution.

SCYR’s Irish Rugby Tours Contact:  George Hook,

August 17, 2021


This document outlines the process undertaken over the last year and what changes this process has resulted in for the 2022 high school rugby season. In addition, the document denotes how the structure for 2022 will be a stepping stone to further adjustments post-Covid for 2023 and the desire to gain CIF status for the sport.

Review Process 2020/21 

Following the conclusion of the 2019/20 high school season, SCYR sought feedback and guidance from the community on how the structure of high school rugby can be improved moving forward. The first step in the process was a survey that featured broad questions then narrowed to specific themes from the feedback. 

After the initial survey as noted, SCYR conducted a follow-up relating to these specific issues: 1. Competitive structure (regional based vs strength) 2. Non-core players (% vs specified number) 3. Non-core players (open movement vs restricted). 4. Calendar dates to better transition from football into rugby.  

Thirdly, in August 2020 the high school rugby community had an open meeting and a consensus was achieved in the overall structure of high school moving forward. However, due to the Covid pandemic, another meeting was held in September and the agreed upon changes from the August session were postponed to 2022 implementation. For the 2021 season, an interim structure was created with four divisions that provided teams the flexibility to choose what best fit their needs in the 2021 unique playing year. The four divisions were 1. High School XV’s 2. High School 7’s 3. Open division for High School and Club teams 4. Club XV’s. 

As high schools are reconvening back on campus this fall of 2021, we are keenly aware of the issues that still lay ahead. For example, multiple high school teams missed out entirely on a year’s play and will potentially need to start again with recruitment. The landscape for 2022 high school rugby is a challenge and this was in the forefront of the decision making process to balance the desire for two competitive divisions and the want for restrictions on non-core players. We believe the following structure gives the leeway needed following the pandemic’s shutdown and provides a solid base to build upon for subsequent years to achieve single school division. 

2022 High School Rugby Structure/Changes

From the survey, feedback sessions and open meeting, following are the highlights of the agreed upon changes for 2022:

  • Season start in January, following football’s conclusion
  • Two-tier competition structure in Boys HS XV’s (Division 1 and Division 2)
  • Moving away from non-core percentages and defining a specific non-core number 
  • Limiting the number of non-core players on the pitch at a time
  • Providing Non-Core framework in Girls XV’s and 7’s

Boys High School XV’s

As previously mentioned the Boys XV’s will have two competitive divisions based on strength. Each of the divisions will have different non-core requirements to meet. 

Division 1

  • Maximum of 4 non-core players on the field at a time
  • Maximum of 6 non-core players registered for the season
  • If teams play more than 4 non-core players at a time, the match will result in a forfeit
  • Non-Core must be easily identifiable on roster and jersey numbers of these players must match roster input

Division 2

  • Max of 6 non-core players on the field at a time
  • Maximum of 8 non-core players registered for the season
  • If teams play more than 6 non-core players at a time, the match will result in a forfeit
  • Non-Core must be easily identifiable on roster and jersey numbers of these players must match roster input

Boys High School 7’s

The division has grown exponentially over the years and has seen great success with the current model. Therefore this division remains as a 100% core school league. 

If a current or new program is unable to meet the 100% requirements, they can apply to still play in the division for the year. Any team playing with non-core players, will play as scheduled but all games will be considered non-league and therefore, not count towards season standings. This makes the team ineligible to compete in playoffs. These programs will be afforded a year’s grace in getting themselves back on track following Covid or getting off the ground in the case of new programs. 

Girls High School XV’s

Girls XV’s will remain a singular competitive division. In order to attract more teams to the division, there will be a non-core allowance for 2022 that mirrors Boys D1.

  • Maximum of 4 non-core players on the field at a time
  • Maximum of 6 non-core players registered for the season
  • If teams play more than 4 non-core players at a time, the match will result in a forfeit
  • Non-core must be easily identifiable on roster and jersey numbers of these players must match roster input

Girls High School 7’s

The intent of this division is to remain 100%. However, in order to aid growth and allow new and existing teams to effectively navigate a difficult year we will provide a non-core option. 

If a current or new program is unable to meet the 100% requirements, they can apply to still play in the division for the year. Any team playing with non-core players, will play as scheduled but all games will be considered non-league and therefore, not count towards standings. This makes the team ineligible to compete in playoffs. These programs will be afforded a year’s grace in getting themselves back on track or getting off the ground in the case of new programs. 

2023 and Beyond

We believe that high school rugby teams should be pushing to attain 100% core rosters from their school. The model for 2022 provides a playing structure for teams to regain the pre-pandemic momentum and get back on track for 2023 and beyond. In 2023, SCYR will use the two new divisional structures in Boys XV’s to model its responsibility of pushing growth of new programs along with attaining single school programs. 

Pre-pandemic, SCYR had worked with key stakeholders to develop a roadmap and greater understanding of the detailed steps of gaining CIF recognition for rugby. Subsequently, SCYR enlisted the help and support of key Athletic Directors and important school district contacts for their advice and guidance in SCYR’s movement towards establishing rugby as a CIF sport in SoCal. Along with the formation of a CIF committee in the Fall of 2021 that brings together these stakeholders, we will work with Rugby NorCal and MLR teams to further gain voice and support in this process and benefit high school rugby across the state. 

SoCal Youth Rugby is excited about high school rugby coming back stronger in 2022. As well, we are eager to develop and push the game forward within the region and state bringing rugby the status it deserves. 

May 19, 2021

SCYR Members —

We want to remind you of Game Day requirements and protocols in regards to field set-up and paperwork. It is a USA Rugby and thus SCYR requirement that fields are set with the proper technical zone. You’ll find these specific set-up details here: Technical Zone Set-up
Technical Zone Items of note:
* The “tech zone” is used only for certified coaches. As well, all subs are behind this zone.
* BOTH sides of the playing area have a rope running the length of the pitch no less than 5 meters from each touch line.
* Coaches and spectators are not allowed at the dead ball lines.
* Spectators are ONLY allowed on the player side IF there is a second barrier.   
* Under no circumstances will play commence if exposed or poorly padded steel or other hard surface items are in the field of play. All solid obstacles should be padded if within 2 meters of the field of play. 

Game Day required paperwork:
* Every team will arrive with the proper Team Sheet and photos that was set up for that specific match.  Waivered players are now adding properly to team sheets.
* For Flag U8-U12, the hosts will check in the teams/players via the Team Sheet from each team.
* For BU14-BU18/Varsity, the referee will check in the team/players via the Team Sheet from each team.
* Any discrepancies should be noted on the Team Sheet and signed by both coaches prior to the match.
* Final scores and disciplinary occurences will be noted on the Team Sheet and signed by both coaches following the match.

These policies are not new, but given a year off, we want to remind clubs of these requirements. Any forms of non-compliance will be addressed.  

Thank you for your efforts as we work through our final Spring weeks of play and move into 7s!

May 6, 2021

Summer 7s 2021!

We are so excited to move into our next season of rugby — Summer 7s. While it will look a bit different than in years past due to the pandemic, we will still have the opportunity for kids to compete this summer and grow the game.

WHAT IS DIFFERENT:  We won’t be having a one-host all day tournament with thousands of people/athletes given the restrictions and spacing needs due to Covid-19. You will host 3-4 teams at one location per age division at a time.

WHO: We will have all the normal playing divisions of Flag U8, U10 Coed, U12 Coed, BU14 Open & Light, GU15, BU16, GU18, BU18.  Weights for U10, U12 and BU14 Light will be verified the first week of play in a quick reciprocal team weigh-in.

WHEN:  June 26, July 10, July 17 possibly (this may be CalState Games), July 24, July 31, August 7 (this will be in action if CalState Games are July 17)

WHERE:  Your fields! Please secure your fields asap as you have throughout Spring. Submit your Field details for summer here.

HOW:  Clubs will not pay a tournament fee. Families will register in Sportlomo as either an upgrade (if they played this Spring or didn’t upgrade beyond training) or full registration if they need their USAR CIPP. — Summer 2021 fees. Spring waiver approved athletes may carry over their waiver through Summer 7s. SCYR will schedule the full season of matches per division as we have this Spring.

June 4 – Minimum registration of 7 per team met and Division Intention Form and Fields details submitted
June 11 – Summer 7s schedule released
June 26 – First weekend of Play!  Reciprocal weigh-ns for U10, U12 and BU14Light

Valory is getting summer registration set up and divisions pushed to active clubs to sell in Sportlomo. Clubs will have a couple of days to add their own fees (if using Stripe) and waivers before the Summer 7s registration goes live.  The goal is to go live next week.  Valory will communicate details with Club Admins. If your club isn’t live on Sportlomo yet, please email Valory at  

PLAYER SPOTLIGHT!  We have renewed our Player Spotlight on our website and social media.  We ask that you share this opportunity with your families to have their rugby athlete featured  Coaches are welcome to submit players as well.  The submission form is on our website — Player Spotlight page.

December 10, 2020

Hello!  Victory Sports Equipment, who makes sports flags, had this to share with SCYR Members:

“Victory Sports Equipment would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the clubs that used our flag belt system this past year. If there are any clubs that have any damaged equipment, please reach out to us so we can replace it. We have rolled out the next generation of our flag belt system in anticipation of the season ahead, whenever that begins.  We are excited about the future of flag rugby and look forward to working with the SCYR family!

David S. Hastings, Victory Sports Equipment

We also want to remind you of the U8 Flag Rules of Play and Standards – 2021 Season update. To get a bit of background to these changes, please visit SCYR News.

We hope you are safe and healthy!

October 29, 2020

Hello SCYR Members!

USA Rugby recently outlined for member clubs the many benefits of your USA Rugby membership. They also provided updated details regarding sanctioning.  

USA Rugby Member Club Benefits and Sanctioning Details

As well, we have included this sanctioning verbiage on the Club Admin page of our web site —

We also want to remind you that USA Rugby member registration (new or renewal) is open for coaches, referees, and admins in Sportlomo. Athlete registration will open once we have confirmed timing on our 2021 Competition Calendar, which is reliant upon youth sports reopening via the State of California. We continue to expect these details from Governor Newsom soon.

October 27, 2020

In 2020, SCYR introduced the usage of flags in the U8 division. This change from touch was to improve upon safety and ensure no contact in the youngest division of SCYR play. We want our young athletes to connect with the game’s fun, quick style and keep their attention on learning the game of rugby in the safest possible way. 

Following this inaugural introduction in early 2020, we wanted to understand the success of the flag addition and how to improve upon the flow of the game. SCYR engaged with U8 coaches, key stakeholders, and the SCYR Board of Directors evaluating every element of the Rules of Play. The input was gathered via surveys and several Zoom meetings. Many voices contributed to this U8 Flag Rules of Play and Standards – 2021 Season update.

In order for these 2021 U8 Flag updates to work, it is vital that each club review them in detail and share them with your U8 Coaches and volunteers. The U8 matches are refereed by your Club, so a clear understanding of these updated Rules of Play will ensure consistency and a smooth, flowing game. As well, SCYR will host a Zoom meeting prior to the season to review these updated Rules of Play and address any questions. 

Despite the current Pandemic, we are striving to improve the rugby experience for all ages in Southern California. When we do get the green light to play and with specific Covid-19 parameters, we want the experience to be turnkey.  

U8 Flag Rules of Play and Standards – 2021 Season

September 25, 2020

Dear SoCal Youth Rugby Members —

Southern California Youth Rugby has been analyzing the structure, the positives, the challenges, and growth opportunities of SCYR High School Rugby since the close of the 2020 High School season. This review included several surveys as well as multiple Zoom meetings. During this process, the Coronavirus Pandemic ensued curtailing the Olders Club season, which typically launches in March following the conclusion of high school play.

With the many months of Covid-19 lock down and youth sports thus not permitted to play per the State of California, it was necessary to take a hard look at the 2021 High School and Olders Club seasons. The SCYR High School Coaches, Assistant Coaches, Club Presidents, as well as other key contributors were invited to participate in Zoom meetings to review schedule and competition models for 2021. The main challenge in scheduling the 2021 play is the movement of CIF High School sports to differing seasons due to the Coronavirus. The Zoom meeting participants had extensive discussion sharing the pros and cons of specific schedules and competition models, and then placed their vote on a preferred format. This occurred for both the Boys and the Girls High School and Olders Club side rugby.

As well, the SCYR Board of Directors participated on the Zoom calls, reviewed the specific 2021 options in their BOD setting, and ultimately, voted to support the majority vote outcome, which is detailed below. In addition, the SCYR BOD outlined parameters for the Youngers 2021 season — also explained below.

For the Board and all stakeholders, the ultimate goal was to have as many kids playing rugby as possible in 2021. With that said, a certain degree of flexibility is needed by all to execute these altered seasons and competition models.

High School and Club rugby will be played concurrently in the Spring of 2021 with a mid-March start date. A new variety of competition models is available as noted below. New for 2021 only, players may choose to play in multiple formats such as 7’s and 15’s as well as High School and Club. Programs should not make minimum registration numbers including these crossover players as schedules may preclude players from playing in both each weekend. Therefore, these players should be additions to rosters as to avoid the possibility of forfeits. SCYR maintains the discretion to monitor all registrations to ensure the integrity of this allowance.
High School 15’s: Depending on the number of teams registering, this may be broken into two competitive divisions, which could have differing non-core allowances.
High School 7’s: 100% core and weekly round robin formats as per normal.
Open Division: This is a new model for 2021 allowing both High School teams and Club teams to compete against one another. The structure will be specifically defined once the number of teams is determined. 
Olders Club Only Division: This the normal Olders Club play, but divisions will be dependent upon the number of teams registered.

High School 15’s – Play will commence in January as per normal. The allowance for non-core players was increased from four to six. A determination as to the viability of this January play will be made by November 13. If January is not feasible, the schedule will pivot.
High School 7’s – Play will commence in January as per normal. 100% core and weekly round robin formats as per normal. A determination as to the viability of this January play will be made by November 13. If January is not feasible, the schedule will pivot.
Olders Club – Play will commence in Spring as per usual. However, the schedule may have to shift a bit due to field availability and activity with the Boys HS/Club and Youngers play.

Since counties in the wide SCYR geographic area are at differing Covid activity levels, the SCYR BOD took a pragmatic approach in order to get young ruggers active as soon as possible. Once again, there were multiple options reviewed as the challenges are varied. Spring will be field and resource congested and there will be strong competition with traditional spring sports such as baseball. The winter time may see competition with Pop Warner depending on the area, but field space will be less congested for many areas giving us a better chance for rugby to be played. These challenges will be constantly monitored over the net six weeks and contingency plans ready.
Orange County and San Diego County – Plan to play in mid-January, which is a few weeks later than normal to allow time for practice and preparation. A determination as to the viability of this January play will be made by November 13. If January is not feasible, the schedule will pivot.
Los Angeles and Tri-Counties – Plan to play in March. However, Tri-Counties may be able to play in January with the Orange and San Diego Counties timeframe. This will be determined by November 13.

Allocation of Resources for 2021 Play
With the congestion of fields and resources, particularly in the Spring, SCYR may need to develop an allocation plan for each division defining specific blocks of scheduled play. This will assist with referee and athletic trainer allocations. In addition it may help players competing in both the High School and Club Olders divisions or both 7’s and 15’s..  

We will need all member flexibility and understanding to make these seasons successful. In saying that, we strongly urge programs to have referees on hand and we will work with our senior referees to run courses prior. This will be an all-hands-on-deck approach.

SCYR is very thankful to those who participated in the surveys, Zoom meetings and appreciate their diligence to work effectively towards solutions aimed to help everyone through this tough period. The SoCal rugby community’s strength has been on display more than ever and we are very grateful for this collaborative approach.

SCYR 2021 Schedule — Covid dependent (note Boys and Girls schedule tabs at bottom)

Best wishes, 
Giovanni Vaglietti
SoCal Youth Rugby CEO

September 4, 2020


Inaugural Implementation – Youngers 2020

Age and Weight parameters for the youth rugby game in Southern California were implemented in 2020 at the U10 Coed, U12 Coed and BU14 levels.  After multiple years of research and discussion, the end goal was to maximize safety and minimize injuries.  SCYR Clubs presented their own age/weight research and proposals for the program. The club input alongside the SCYR Board of Directors created the following age/weight thresholds for 2020:

U10:  Ages 7-9 as of August 31st, 120 lb maximum weight

U12:  Ages 9-11 as of August 31st, 145 lb maximum weight

BU14 Light:  Ages 11-13 as of August 31st, 180 lb maximum weight

Ensuring an inclusive environment, a Maximum Cap Waiver was introduced as well. This waiver was created solely to review athletes with extenuating circumstances. No first year player at an age division would move up two “steps.”  For example, a 135 pound 7-year-old playing their first year at U10, would not be bumped up to play U12 with a Max Cap Waiver.

2020 Results

A total of 1,571 youth rugby athletes playing U10, U12, BU14 participated in the 2020 Youngers season and thus weighed in with the new Age/Weight program.

U10:  366 players, average weight of 81 lbs, 15 Max Cap Waivers granted

U12:  552 players, average weight of 103 lbs, 49 Max Cap Waivers granted

BU14:  653 players, average weight of 126 lbs, 11 Max Cap Waivers granted

A total of 19 SCYR Clubs were granted a Max Cap Waiver(s).

SCYR has contracted with InjureFree for several years, which is injury tracking handled on game day at the pitch.  There was a 35% decline in injuries year over year from 2019 to 2020 per the InjureFree data.

2020 Review

Following the Youngers 2020 season, SCYR conducted surveys and hosted Zoom meetings to receive extensive member club feedback and input on the new Age/Weight program.  As well, the SCYR Board of Directors reviewed the program in detail each month.

2021 Youngers Age/Weight Program 

For the upcoming 2021 Youngers Season, the following parameters have been agreed upon by the SCYR Board of Directors and with input from participating clubs as noted during the recent spring and summer review process. The Youngers will continue with the current weights and competitive structure of max cap limits at the U10 and U12 divisions with BU14 continuing to operate with separate Open and Light divisions. 

While moving through the review process, the policy’s success in 2020 has continually been measured against the goals of original implementation: 1. Increasing player safety; 2. Increasing player participation. With these goals in mind, the policy has been successful in year one with a decrease in injuries and an uptick in playing numbers. 

It was evaluated to add Open/Light to other divisions for 2021 beyond BU14. However, it was decided to remain with the current 2020 competitive structure for 2021. There are considerable concerns from the medium to smaller clubs in moving to Open/Light across all age brackets as it could be detrimental to their teams in player development and safety. In review of the total playing numbers at all age brackets for our member clubs, this notion is supported as there is a larger player pool in the U14 age brackets, which allow for a more successful Open/Light distinction. Considering many clubs grew in registration numbers with this new age/weight implementation, keeping course at this time and promoting even more growth will allow us to collectively get to a point that Open and Light weights would be more accessible to additional Youngers Divisions (U10 and U12) in the near future. 

2021 Age/Weight Program – Policy Continuation 

  1. 2021 Weight Thresholds —  No change
  • The maximum weight at each division will stay the same.  U10=120 lbs, U12=145 lbs, BU1 Light=180 lbs.
  1. Open/Light Divisions –  No change
  • BU14 will remain the only division with an Open and Light distinction.

2021 Age/Weight Program – Policy Adjustments

  1. Max Cap Waiver Threshold – Adjustment  
  • Athletes applying for a Max Cap Waiver must be within 10% beyond their division’s weight maximum to be eligible.
  1. Number of Max Cap Waivers Granted Per Team – Adjustment
  • Max Cap Waivers are limited to three (3) per team.  Clubs with multiple teams per age division need to designate Team A, Team B, etc.
  1. Number of Max Cap Waiver Athletes Allowed to Play at One Time – Adjustment
  • A maximum of two (2) Max Cap Waived athletes may be in the game/on the pitch at one time.
  1. Age/Weight Regional Reps – New/Adjustment
  • Each of the four main SCYR regions (Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, Tri-County) will have three designated Age/Weight representatives to assist in impartial weigh-ins, Max Cap Waiver reviews and provide support as needed.  
  • The Regional Age/Weight Representative term is for one year.  

August 31, 2020

We are excited to announce SCYR is moving to a new software system called Sportlomo. Sportlomo is a fully integrated sports management software system designed specifically for national governing bodies, state governing bodies, leagues and teams/clubs. Sportlomo is the new software choice of USA Rugby and the entire nation is transferring to this model.

You may have received an email from USA Rugby and/or Sportlomo requesting you to update your member information. Please note this email was generated for the whole country, but is a bit premature for SoCal Youth Rugby given our restricted Covid-19 no play situation. SCYR is not open for athlete, coach or referee registration at this time. With that said, we are beginning the Sportlomo onboarding and training for our SCYR Member Clubs/Teams. This starts with those that utilize Sportlomo the most extensively — the Club Administrators. 

REQUIRED Next step for all Clubs and High School teams
Please complete this CLUB ADMINISTATOR form asap.  I will set up the Sportlomo log-in access for this designated Club Administrator. Each Club/HS Team can appoint ONE Club Admin, however, this admin can add others admin access as the team needs.  

After I’ve set the Club Admins in Sportlomo, I’ll next share how to set up your team’s banking information, set-up other admins as noted, and learn a bit more about Sportlomo.  

Changes like software can be a bit challenging, but we’re looking forward to this unified Sportlomo system across the US and amongst our teams.