You can try out all PRO features for free – payment is only due once you publish your schedule. See Pricing.
How to Upgrade
Getting to the PRO version:
- click PRO Features on the Schedule Maker LITE, and then Try It Free;
- OR: go to My Schedules and click Create New League (PRO)
- Tournaments include all PRO features
In any case, you're only asked for payment once you're ready to publish and share your schedule.
Tournaments have all of these features as well.
Add one or multiple playoff brackets. Single or double elimination. With or without consolation games or third place game.
Show multiple divisions (e.g. age groups or different skill levels) on the same schedule. Share times and venues between divisions, but keep teams separate.
No cross-division play at the moment – our divisions are more like different skill levels or age groups. Read more.
Fully customize your standings table to reflect your rules. Read more.
Enter coach constraints to prevent certain teams from playing at the same time, add team requests (e.g. don't schedule Team 1 on Thursdays after 7pm on Field 2 or block specific dates), schedule a division only on certain days, times, or venues. Our scheduler does the hard work for you.
Min / max time between games / max games per day
Playing multiple games in a day or week? Want to avoid doubleheaders or excessive wait times? This lets you set those parameters.
>>> Read more about constraints.
Vary game times by week
Does your field availability change over the course of the season? No problem. With the full version, you can enter game times for specific weeks.
Visualize and adjust your schedule via drag and drop on our calendar. Read more.
Assign teams to home venues. Read more.
Time Slot Balancer
The algorithm makes an effort to distribute times / venues / days evenly across teams (it's not a hard constraint however, so if you need it to be 100% even, you might need to apply some manual tweaks).
Quickly and easily set up all your divisions using our provided presets or create your own. Cut out the repetitive work of setting up each division from scratch.