Our knowledge base of frequently asked questions helps with getting started and guiding you through customising your new website.
We provide technical support to all clubs, free or paid. Email us or read through our FAQ guides to get started with your new site.
We generally contact our clubs in the event of any server or website downtime. Understand how and when we will contact you…
Built on a Freemium model, we make money through a small core of clubs upgrading to a paid plan to unlock additional features.
A general question; however, you don’t need any website knowledge to create a site with us.
Now that you know what a widget is, we can guide you through adding widgets to the right sidebar position – this displays on all pages other than the homepage.
You can upgrade or downgrade your website subscription at the end of the payment cycle within your admin panel at any time. Payment is taken on a recurring basis until cancelled.
How to change the email address of your user account.
The settings pages within your admin panel or 50-50 customisation wizard may prompt you to set your ‘site’s title’ as your club name. This is important for search engines, like Google, indexing your site.
Your logo often sets the first impression for first time visitors to your club website. Here’s how to add your logo to the header of your site.
Ever had too many tabs open at once and struggled to see which tab has which website open? You can easily set an icon to represent your site…
A common question, answered. It does indeed depend on if you are subscribed to a Free or Paid plan.
Requesting to change your Free Site URL, such as www.teamwebsites.co.uk/clubs/clubname.
Replace your Free Site URL with your own desired domain name. A domain name is FREE with all paid plans.
There are two ways how you can login to your club website. Either use the “Login” link in the header of your site or go to teamwebsites.co.uk.
You must first upgrade to Amateur or Legend.
Our support team can verify that your club is genuine upon receiving a request from a club representative.
Our system is versatile, adapting to any sport, including football, rugby and cricket.
Toggling the display of the Upcoming Fixtures homepage section.
Toggling the display of the Match Centre homepage section.
By default, a postponed match or important message section appears on your homepage…
Your club’s initials, if set, may be displayed across your website…
Toggling the display of the Match Centre homepage section.
Toggling the display of the Affiliations section in your website footer.
Toggling the display of the Club Sponsors section in your website footer.
On an unbeaten run? Got a cup final coming up? Update your club members with a news article promoting a club event or recent highlight.
You can create as many custom pages as you wish. After, don’t forget to add them to your site’s navigation menu.
This is not to be confused with changing the URL of your site. This guide is only for changing the suffix of an individual page’s URL.
Monthly social or end of season presentation coming up? Promote the details on your club website – type of event, location and time.
First you must add the season and relevant competition, then teams. Our system then pulls this and gives you dropdowns to tick or select the season, competition and teams for creating a new fixture.
Assuming you have already added the fixture, it’s quick and easy to input and add the score of a game.
We have designed a new page layout for a dedicated, central ‘Fixtures & Results’ page for all teams within your club. Our system displays all matches from all the relevant seasons all on one page.
Display a grid list of your players. Our system automatically displays filters for teams and seasons.
– Coming Soon.
There may be a short delay between the time when you may update something within the admin panel (or customisation wizard) and these changes showing live on your site. Here’s why…
You can easily add up to three club sponsors to your website’s footer. We plan on adding more placements in the future.
Its now quick and easy to add links to your club’s social media pages – Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. You can do so without any technical knowledge.
(Optional) It is advised that you contact our support team for guidance. If the ID has been set, our system pulls the latest three videos from your YouTube channel.
We allow you to control the contents of your website header navigation menu. Here’s how to set things up…
Opposition players and spectators may visit your site from time-to-time to get certain information, such as your home pitch’s address and postcode.
Some people prefer getting a quicker response by texting or phoning the manager or club secretary directly. This is completly optional.
Use YouTube’s standard embed code to pull videos and display them on your club website. Be aware of copyright.
You can easily embed league tables from a League’s FA Full-Time webpage using the code generated by their system.
Using our built-in colour picker functionality, its easy to change the colour palette of your site.
Choose to leave it with a default, clean white background, or specify a colour to have as the background of your site.
Choose to display an image as the background of your website. If set, this may override the background colour option.
To avoid colours clashing, you may wish to change the colour of the page font to something other than the default white.
Widgets are elements which you may wish to add to your site’s sidebar to add features or display an informative message.
Now that you know what a widget is, we can guide you through adding a widget to your site’s sidebar.
Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility – we all have a part to play in ensuring the wellbeing and safety of young people online. If you are a club with junior or youth teams, this is mandatory.
We make it a step harder to export and save photos of minors or copyrighted media.
Some clubs prefer to keep informal discussion to platforms like social media, otherwise this may effect the image and integrity of your club.
Ensure you tick the option, “Are you a youth/junior club?” within your admin panel. We all have a part to play in ensuring we keep young people safe online.
For reasons such as a player’s safety or privacy, you may wish to hide your entire website from search engines, such as Google.
Content is king. Be sure to include location details of your club, such as your home pitch; your site is then more likely to appear on a Google search for “football club (town name)”. Other tips…
Not to worry! In the latest update, we have automatically added the relevant meta tags to the <head> section of your website. This is as long as you fill in content and options thoroughly.
Choose a plan. Then start customising your new site. Join the club website revolution today!