Member clubs to get special access to the benefits of TGS suite of products.
Tustin, CA (July 7th, 2020) – Total Global Sports today announced a partnership with United Soccer Clubs League. This partnership will enable the USC-TX to operate on the newest technology while providing real-time league and event management, with faster and better information.
“TGS is excited to work with USC-TX utilizing our new league platform providing their members the newest technology while simplifying their league management”, says Steve Patterson, CEO at Total Global Sports. “Our company focus has been to develop the perfect suite of products so that all of our clients from leagues, clubs, teams, colleges, players, and their families all have access to the products they need to achieve their goals in youth soccer.”
The benefits of this new partnership include.
- Simplified league registration and scheduling system
- Integrated club billing and registration system provided free to member clubs
- Member clubs also have access to tournament hosting, player profiles, college recruiting center, and more!
“United Soccer Clubs wanted to offer our Clubs and members a consolidated user-friendly platform with which to manage our League registration, scheduling, and website needs. Our partnership with Total Global Sports (TGS) gives us the performance and functionality we were looking for. We are excited about being part of the TGS family.”
Tom Morrow – Administrator
About Total Global Sports: Total Global Sports has developed the most complete platform in the youth soccer space, built with a total focus on what our clients needed and asked for. Built by soccer people for soccer people, TGS is helping clubs deliver the best possible experience and results to their members by simplifying, organizing, and streamlining each individual process taking the hassle out of multiple systems to run their organization.
About USC-TX: United Soccer Clubs (USC) encompasses all of South and Central Texas with more than 7,000 players and 28 youth Clubs from all areas of Houston, Austin, San Antonio, the Rio Grande Valley, and part of the Gulf Coast. The league is split geographically into East and West Conferences and a Champions League for qualifying top teams from each Conference.
The United Soccer Clubs continues to operate its “Champions League,” as its NPL level of competition. In addition, the ECNL Girls Regional League – USC was also recently announced and will be managed by the United Soccer Clubs.