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SportsEngine, Inc. and SoccerWire Announce Partnership

July 07, 2020 | 1 minute, 45 seconds read

SportsEngine, Inc., an NBC Sports Group company and the leading provider of Sport Relationship Management software, announces today that it has formed a partnership with SoccerWire, becoming its Official Technology Provider.  
SoccerWire is a leading content and media company dedicated to covering youth and college soccer in the United States across multiple digital platforms of interest to participants, decision-makers, and influencers within the game. 
The partnership between SportsEngine and SoccerWire is a strategic marketing alliance under which each party will promote the Sports Technology Services and SoccerWire services respectively to soccer clubs, associations, governing bodies, leagues, and tournaments through a digital content publishing collaboration. As part of the agreement, SportsEngine will promote SoccerWire content through its online youth sports directory and content platform,, and on its soccer rankings website,
“Teaming up with SportsEngine is a fantastic opportunity to continue our mission of providing youth soccer coaches, players, and their parents with the information they need to maximize their opportunities along each step of their development,” stated Chris Hummer, President, SoccerWire. “I’ve used their solutions for years in both the youth and professional environment, and we’re more than happy to recommend their solutions to our audience.”
“We are excited to partner with SoccerWire in support of their efforts to grow and amplify the sport of soccer,” said John Weinerth, Vice President of Soccer, SportsEngine, Inc. “SportsEngine’s roots are in soccer and it remains one of the largest segments of the youth sports sector that we serve. We are proud to be able to support them through the sharing of content and best practices to help further develop clubs, players, and fans for life.”
More than one million teams, leagues, and clubs use SportsEngine to run their tournaments, leagues, online registration, websites, and mobile apps. Through these applications, sports teams, clubs, leagues, and national governing bodies are able to drastically reduce the time they spend on administration and communication, allowing them to focus more time on developing their athletes and furthering the love of sport