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San Francisco’s Ferry Bocce League selects TeamSnap to instantly organize nearly 40 teams

BOULDER, COLO (April 24, 2014) –The Ferry Bocce League, a San Francisco-based bocce ball league, has partnered with TeamSnap to provide coaches and teams with the ability to manage and coordinate their sports activity using TeamSnap online or on their smartphones.

With nearly 40 teams consisting of approximately 320 players, the league needed help organizing multiple teams' player signups, scores and other business. "Managing our fun league is serious business. The challenge of wrangling 40 teams seemed overwhelming until a league participant suggested we try TeamSnap," said Bobby Winston, commissioner, Ferry Bocce League. "Getting notifications out, managing lineups, setting schedules suddenly became, well, a snap."

"Their mobile app is incredibly convenient too. Our teams are made up of incredibly busy people, such as TV news anchors and folks who work for the San Francisco coordinating their sports activities on the fly with TeamSnap's mobile app makes life a lot easier."

In the last couple of months since its most recent funding, TeamSnap has increased customers to nearly 6 million. Customers interacted with the service and the company's mobile app more than 40 million times in March alone.

TeamSnap's app is available on the iTunes App Store or Google Play.


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Raksha Varma, [email protected]


About TeamSnap

Founded in 2009 and headquartered in Boulder, Colo., TeamSnap has taken the organization of youth, recreational and competitive sports into the 21st century. 15 million coaches, administrators, players and parents use TeamSnap’s web and smartphone apps to sign up, schedule, communicate and coordinate everything for the team, the club and the season. TeamSnap makes organizing sports as simple as click, tap and go. For more information, please visit