inLeague is a boutique web application that runs in the cloud and is maintained by our professional development and support team in Austin, Texas. Boutique in the software sense means specialty: inLeague is purpose-built as a solution for regions of the American Youth Soccer Organization. We don't build generic solutions that have to satisfy requirements for polo or basketball; we listen to our soccer leagues and build what they ask us to build.
We only get paid when you do. Our leagues collect fees through three primary mechanisms: player registration, event signups, and invoice templates.
Player registration fees are $3 + 3% per transaction.
We also support team transactions - additional fees collected on behalf of individual teams, typically for tournament purposes. Our fees are reduced to $1.50 + 3% for these transactions.
Our event manager and invoice template system are used for so many different purposes that we apply a sliding scale:
Finally, inLeague supports several avenues to collect donations and sponsorships. We do not charge any fees for these.
inLeague works almost exclusively with not-for-profit organizations and we appreciate that leagues around the world all face many of the same challenges but have access to different levels of resources. There are two things we do to alleviate the budget requirements:
Whenever any of our inLeagues need a new and clever way to handle some previously tedious task, we look to see if another league already has a solution to the same problem, whether or not it has to do with billing, volunteer management, or game scheduling. If it does, the cost of the "new" development of a similar feature is reduced to only the time required to adapt that solution to fit your league -- and sometimes, that's none at all, and leagues receive new features for free! We review all of our new development each year with all of our leagues, because it is our experience that the people who work hard every day running a league are the best qualified to come up with creative ideas and solutions.