Sport:80 releases new Club Management System in collaboration with Archery GB

Sport:80 releases new Club Management System in collaboration with Archery GB, to help NGBs promote grassroots clubs

Working in collaboration with Archery GB, sports technology specialists Sport:80 have developed a new Club Management System, specifically designed to support grassroots organisations with a number of tools. These include the ability to create responsive mobile-friendly websites, manage membership sales and take bookings for activities.

The Archery GB (AGB) Club Management System will mean around 800 archery clubs across the UK are able to access a digital toolkit to encourage online engagement with members, promote activities and reduce the time spent on repetitive admin.

Importantly, the solution complies with OpenActive’s data standards and Sport:80 has developed an API (Application Programming Interface) to share activity data with OpenActive.

Sport:80 CEO, Gary Hargraves comments: “Our new software presents National Governing Bodies with a ready-made, box ticked solution, as Sport England is now encouraging all NGBs to share bookable activity data with OpenActive.

“We aren’t aware of any NGB that truly capitalised on this to date, so our new solution provides an opportunity to achieve this goal.”

Another of the platform’s key features is its intuitive website builder, giving sports clubs the opportunity to refresh their online presence, promoting memberships, clubs, latest news, booking features and more.

Meanwhile, membership plans can be listed and sold through new websites in minutes, with all fees going directly to specified bank accounts.

Gary continues, “Our new platform’s administration tools allow sports clubs to manage member data, memberships, bookings, and finances in one place. It has been designed to help them use their time to do what they love and get people active, rather than spend endless amounts of time on admin tasks.”

Sport:80 has worked closely with Archery GB to develop the solution and promote its launch, including a microsite to guide archery clubs through the features available, which can be found here –

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