The new partnership makes it easier for teams to set up and track ticket sales, attendance, merchandise and concessions.
SoccerStub, a cutting-edge payments and customer engagement engine for soccer teams, and the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL), a national men’s soccer league with 96 teams competing across the country, announced today a new partnership which names SoccerStub as the Official Ticketing Provider of the NPSL.
As part of this partnership, SoccerStub is providing the NPSL with a custom online portal, available to all NPSL teams. Each team can personalize the look and feel of their portal, which can handle ticket sales, merchandise and concessions, both online and at the door on match day.
While each team can have their own custom portal, the underlying technology gives them all the same level of world-class reporting and top-of-the-line support that SoccerStub is known for.
“We are thrilled to be working with the NPSL, and delighted to provide the league with this white labeled payments solution,” said Alex Linebrink, CEO of SoccerStub. “It’s really all about making it simple for teams to set up and track their ticket sales and attendance, and making the fan experience seamless both online and at the door.”
The partnership became official this week and the portal will be available to teams in the coming weeks. Teams will be able to choose whether to opt-in to their custom SoccerStub portal.
“We’re excited about this partnership with SoccerStub,” said Joe Barone, Chairman of the NPSL. “Several NPSL teams have already seen the benefits of SoccerStub with more to follow. We look forward to this seamless ticketing solution for our teams and the centralized ticketing platform that will be integrated into NPSL.com. This partnership helps our teams provide fans with increased convenience and an excellent match day experience.”
SoccerStub will collaborate with NPSL teams on new features and ways to upgrade the customer experience for fans and ticket purchasers.
“Our team is constantly building new features and looking for ways to help our teams sell more tickets and merchandise,” said Linebrink. “We are looking forward to growing together with the NPSL. They’re really leading the charge in expanding the popularity of soccer in the U.S. and making the sport more accessible to fans nationwide.”