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SportsEngine websites now fully responsive

08/04/2015, 1:30pm CDT
By Jim Dahline

We're proud to be trusted by thousands of youth sports organizations who collectively represent hundreds of thousands of teams, and millions of athletes. Building tools for them to spend less time managing their organizations and teams, and more time with their athletes, inspires us everyday. 

Today, we're happy to announce that new Sitebuilder themes and page elements make fully responsive youth sports websites a reality. No matter how your website is accessed, either via a laptop, tablet, or smartphone, it will look great.

"We have completely changed the way that youth sports technology impacts the lives of volunteers, coaches, managers, administrators, and families."


Fully Responsive Design & Page Elements

  • All new theme library to select themes that best match your content.
  • Upload your own backgrounds and banner images or have us design them for you.
  • Time saving content templates.
  • Themes are fully responsive, looking great on every device.
  • Entire library of page elements are fully responsive.

Theme Library

An all new responsive theme library makes it easy to pick a great layout for your website. Want to change it? That's easy too. Just pick a new one from the library and your website has an all new layout.

(A few of the first responsive themes)


All new design and content packages

Pick a theme, and then we'll work with you to put together a design and content package that works best for your organization and budget. 

Our new packages make Sitebuilder accessible for every organization and every budget.


Let's talk more about mobile themes

Schedule a one-on-one consultation. Get answers to your specific questions and discover ways to make your website work better on mobile phones, tablets, and anywhere athletes, parents, and fans are hanging out.


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    Jim Dahline

    About the Author

    Jim Dahline is Director of Marketing at Sport Ngin. He is active with many customers and specifically with tournaments. He is on the planning committee for US Pond Hockey Championships and serves as Communications Director.

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