KAPA makes it easy to collect payments, communicate and organise events.
We love to shout encouragement to our kids on the sidelines every weekend but how else can we support them in their efforts on the pitch? One way is to think about what we feed them on match day. This can have a much bigger effect on performance than you think. Here are three simple ways to help your budding striker hit the ground running.
Finding Christmas gifts for the running nuts in your life just got a whole lot easier. We’ve searched the best Running sites for you and found these great gifts. Got some better ideas? Let us know on Twitter @getkapa. Use the tag #runningxmas.
Finding Christmas gifts for the Rugby fans in your life just got a whole lot easier. We’ve searched the best Rugby sites for you and found these great gifts. Got some better ideas? Let us know on Twitter @getkapa. Use the tag #rugbyxmas.
Many larger sport clubs have various ways of communicating with their members. They might use a free website builder to create a team website. Or they could use team management software that uses email to send out availability requests.
You’re looking for a free team website builder to create your sports club website. Fair enough. A bit 1998, but OK …
At KAPA we know how much effort it takes to run a club. You can spend a significant amount of time keeping members up to date with the latest news, gathering availability for matches and collecting payments for subs or fees.
A ball that returns itself. That’s clever.
Today, we are announcing the launch of KAPA in the iTunes app store and the Android Play Store. KAPA is an app for clubs to chat, pay and organise.
Summer’s over. Back to school, back to work.
It happened again this summer. A couple of refs at a large kids’ football tournament in Surrey decided that they’d had enough of the abuse they received over an extended period and simply walked off the pitch, refusing to continue to officiate the game.
The best thing about being part of a team is the sense of belonging. That can manifest itself in many different ways.
We recently spoke to the manager of a boys’ football club who told us that because he unexpectedly had to help manage four squads of boys’ football, around £20,000 of club money had washed through his personal account during the course of a season.
We’ve all been there. You’re sitting there quietly watching the latest box set or reading a book. And you get a ping.
What you call your club can sometimes be a tricky choice. A question often asked (in my house anyway) relates to the naming of the team that the UK sends to the Olympics. Why are they called Team GB? Shouldn’t it be Team UK?