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Player Registration

It’s time to get your players registered to your team for the Spring 2020 National League.  Each team member must create an account on Sports engine.  Once they create account they can register for you team.  It is simple and quick.  Below is the step by step process to get them registered.  You are registered to participate in the Northeast New England division.  Make sure you remind your players to the Northeast New England  division, it will help them find your team quicker. 

How to Create a SportsEngine Account

1.      Go to

2.      In the upper right-hand corner of your screen, click Sign In.

3.      Under Welcome, click create an account

4.      Fill out all requested information.

5.      Once complete, click Sign Up


Verify Your SportsEngine Account

1.      Navigate to your email inbox.

2.      Open the "Activate Your SportsEngine Account" email.

NOTE: If you do not receive this email within 5 minutes, be sure to check your junk/spam folder.

3.      Click Activate My Account.


Complete the Online Player Registration Form

1.      Go to the following link

2.      Enter all required fields on the Registration session.

3.      Click Complete Registration.

·        After completing the registration, you will receive an email confirmation and receipt.



Let me know if you have any questions.  I am more than willing to help in anyway.


Jason Blessinger


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