MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. / April 13, 2021 – SportsEngine, Inc., an NBC Sports Group company and the leading provider of Sport Relationship Management software, announced today that it has established a partnership with Missouri Youth Soccer Association (MYSA), becoming its Official Technology Provider.
MYSA is the Missouri state affiliate and member of U.S. Soccer and U.S. Youth Soccer. MYSA’s mission is to provide all children from across the state of Missouri with the opportunity to play and learn valuable life lessons from participation in the world’s most populous sport. MYSA strives to complete its mission through the fair and neutral administration of its member clubs, leagues, and tournaments.
As Club Technology Provider, SportsEngine will offer MYSA member clubs top rated communication, team mobile, website design, and athlete safety tools. Additionally, SportsEngine will collaborate with MYSA on digital content and will promote MYSA through SportsEngine’s online youth sports directory at sportsengine.com.
MYSA will support the use of SportsEngine HQ, which will allow their members to save time on communications and administrative functions and spend more time on the field, developing their athletes and helping to fuel the growth of soccer throughout the state of Missouri.
“Partnering with SportsEngine just felt like a natural step for us. We’re passionate about providing our players, coaches, and their families with the technology opportunities that SportsEngine offers, helping to build each player’s potential as a member of the MYSA,” stated Nik Bushell, executive director of the Missouri Youth Soccer Association. “We’re excited to share their technology solutions with our members.”
“SportsEngine is proud to be the Official Club Technology Partner of Missouri Youth Soccer,” said John Weinerth, Vice President of Soccer, SportsEngine, Inc. “Working in partnership with MYSA is just another way that we further our mission of facilitating play for youth athletes across the country and simplifying the membership process for administrators, athletes, coaches, and parents.”