League Analyzer for Soccer 3.2
League Analyzer for Soccer is the most sophisticated soccer scheduling, league management, tournament and statistics software available in a retail package. Set up any type of league, with any number of teams, players, officials and playing locations. Create sophisticated schedules like those used by MLS.
-Set up any soccer league arrangement; from professional leagues like MLS, collegiate-level leagues to minor and recreational leagues.
-Assign any number of teams, players, officials and playing locations to leagues.
-Manage availability of any number of fields in any number of parks; show field usage and availability to optimize how fields are scheduled. As close to facilities management as you can get with league management software.
-Manage any number of seasons; save team and player data and transfer between seasons.
-Import team and player data from any current system or spreadsheet.
-Assign teams to home parks or individual fields with schedules generated based on field availability.
-Rearrange and move teams within the soccer league structure anytime during the season.
-Enter player data and automatically distribute to soccer league teams via automated draft process.
-Assign all players to teams based on age, skill level and positions via drafting facility
-Print season, team, game, field or officials schedules; also print labels for all players, contacts, officials, etc.
-Control invoicing by player or team with a multiple payment function. Complete Invoicing function can print invoices, payment receipts, overdue notices and much more.
-Develop sophisticated soccer schedules like those used by MLS and collegiate leagues with one of the most sophisticated scheduling algorithms in a retail software package.
-Schedule leagues with an even or odd number of teams with divisional, inter-divisional and inter-conference games.
-Generate Exhibition, Regular Season, Playoff and Practice soccer schedules, blending them together into a single master schedule.
-Manually override any aspect of your schedule.
-Print season, team, game, field or officials schedules.
-Assign officials and their schedules against games.
-Create schedules that allow more than one team to practice on a field at a given time.
-Specify home and visiting preferences for any field, ensuring that any match up is played at an optimal location for both home and visiting teams.
-Enter distances and times between fields to minimize travel and ensure teams have enough time to make games from one location to another.
-Specify any day(s) of the week, times of the day or specific calendar dates on which teams are unable to play.
-Allocate teams evenly across different fields and across different times of the day.
-Assign specific game slots prior to the scheduling algorithm automatically creating and allocating games and locations.
-Limit the number of consecutive home and away games.
-Eliminate back-to-back games against the same team.
-Specify a specific time period before playing a game against a previous opponent.