The National Rugby League today launched the game’s new national Community Rugby League club and competition management system – MySideline.
The new and improved MySideline product will service the more than 1200 Clubs and 120 Leagues throughout Australia responsible for the organisation of rugby league participation.
A multi-year project, MySideline delivers the following:
Reduced payment processing fees on all payments including registrations and club products
Improved user experience for the competition administrators and participants, with enhanced features including draw builders, fixtures, ladders and results
Improved user experience for participants to register to their club, see where their team is playing and manage their profile
Integration into the NRL Digital Network improving the user experience for players, coaches and volunteers
“MySideline is a gamechanger for Community Rugby League throughout the country,” NRL Head of Football – Participation, Pathways and Game Development Luke Ellis said.
“The NRL, together with the States and Touch Football Australia, spent years planning and developing an innovative solution that benefits all levels of our game”.
The NRL has commenced the onboarding of Club administrators ahead of competition registration opening in December, with already more 1,200 administrators registered in more than 70 education and on-boarding sessions already scheduled, Australia wide for remainder of the month.