There are many benefits that can come from a community of teams under the umbrella of one organization. Whether you want to be on a team, or launch a team of your own. As a community of teams we can achieve what ordinary teams cannot. Together we're able to ensure subs can be had, we have common playing values, additional playing opportunities exist, and players can move throughout teams up and down levels, or to formats and days that work for their schedule or location.
The Gray Ducks organization extends permission and resources to team managers willing to meet Gray Ducks community standards. Club Administrators oversee quality and satisfaction of the community standards. Starting a team can be difficult, and it can be risky. We help you navigate ALL of that with 10 years of experience in doing so ourselves.
Team managers will be able to use the org name, logo and other proprietary info when deploying league teams or tournament teams.
By uniting together through internal and external managed teams, we can create a larger network to promote the game we love, and fulfill the mission of our club. There are many other pros to this method:
If you're interested in starting a team, let's chat further. We have an established start up process to leading your own team. Whether you have a full roster or partial roster, we're happy to work with you. We provide team programming 12 months of the year, jump in anytime and we can discuss getting your team launched for the next season.
Email Ryan answers to the questions below to get started: firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you seeking a women's, coed or men's league?
And are you seeking 11v11 or 7v7?
What sort of skill level (Rec to competitive)?
Any location concerns?
Do you have a full roster behind you already or what gaps can we help you fill?
What are your playing day interests?