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Exporting your Schedule to CSV / Excel

CSV (Excel) Export Samples and How To

Updated over a week ago

Note: ad-supported schedules do not allow exporting (i.e. you'll need to publish under a paid plan // for tournaments, you'll need the ad-free plan).

Available Export Formats

We currently have the following export formats:

  • CSV / Excel (not tailored to any particular platform)

  • Amilia

  • Blue Sombrero

  • GameChanger

  • LeagueApps

  • SportsEngine

  • SportsPress

    • Use our regular CSV if you use SportsPress's Fixture import. Use this SportsPress CSV format only for SportsPress's Events import.

  • SportNinja

    • a dash (-) in venue names will split the name into location and facility

  • TeamSnap

Looking for another format?

Let us know if you need another format or are having trouble with any of these. We're happy to add other export formats.

 

Export Samples

Click to download export format samples to see what they look like – you can open CSVs in Excel or Google Sheets:
CSV Sample

Amilia Sample
BlueSombrero Sample (venues are split into Location/Field if they include 'Field')

  

How to Export

To export your schedule, click SHARE and scroll to the bottom of the modal to find the export buttons.

Note: ad-supported schedules do not allow exporting (i.e. you'll need to publish under a paid plan // for tournaments, you'll need the ad-free plan). 

SHARE BUTTON:

where to find the export function for you schedule on LeagueLobster


Click the Export button and choose your export format:


API

We also have a fairly limited API. It mainly allows you

  • to populate teams to facilitate schedule setup and

  • to query your games and then display them as you wish on your end.

The scheduling functions themselves are not currently exposed.

It also does not currently work on the frontend – only server-side.

Please see the API docs. Let us know if you have any questions.

Note: ad-supported schedules do not allow exporting via API or otherwise (i.e. you'll need to publish under a paid plan // for tournaments, you'll need the ad-free plan). 

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