Pitch22 is a web application developed for youth and amateur football (soccer) clubs around the world. The objective of the platform is to facilitate the administration of the clubs, give them control of their data and improve communication amongst the administration staff, coaches, parents and players.
In essence we feel we are in the market of organising the disorganised. Most football clubs lack a tool that enables them to organise themselves better, and as a result, this may also lead to unsustainable situations.
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