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Rosters Tab

In trying to eliminate the confusion between the league roster and the team network we have added a new tab to the team manager that will show you the active league rosters that your team has. This will be the default tab that opens when you visit your team manager.



The roster tab will show you the number of registered players that you currently have:


To add more players to your roster, click on the ‘Register Players’ button:




So, if you are only looking to edit the players that are showing up on your league roster this is the only place that you need to go. You don’t need to go to the ‘Members’ tab as that is going to show you all of the players that are on your team and is not associated in any way with the league registrations.

Reset your event RSVP’s

If your game time or date has changed you may want to reset your players RSVP’s.  We removed the automatic reset function as Captains did not like that happening.  So, we have just rolled out a new function that will allow Captains to reset all of the RSVP’s for any of their events.  All that you need to do is click on the ‘Reset all of your players RSVP’s’ link that is just below the RSVP widgets on the event page.  Give it a try and, as always, shoot us your feedback.



Team Registration and Player Management Changes

We have made some changes to the way that Captains manage their team roster and register their players with leagues or tournaments.  Before each team would have two rosters, their players roster and their registered player roster.  This made it difficult to manage a teams network of players because there were two places to view them.  With our latest release of the team roster manager these two lists have been combined into one.

The Players section now has a filter panel which allows you to view players filtered by a variety of options, labels or tags.

Managing Active and Inactive Players


We have introduced an enhanced grouping system that allows you to view various types of members all from one display.  You can view only active players by checking the box next to active in the filter panel (this is the default display).  If you uncheck the box you will see all of your players both active and inactive.  Inactive players will not see team events, receive team communication or be able to RSVP for games or practices.  Setting a player as inactive is useful for when players are taking a season off, get injured or are not going to be playing for any other reason but yet you do not want to completely remove them from your team.

Managing Captains


To view all of your team captains we have included a ‘Captains’ group.  Checking or unchecking the box for this group will show you your team captains.  If you want to make one of your teammates a captain drag and drop them into the Captain group.  If you want to remove them click the ‘x’ in the folder next to their name.

Managing Player Registrations


If you have a player that is not currently registered you can register them by dragging them to the related player registration.  Once you do you will see a confirmation popup.  The player will be registered and will then be able to pay their registration fee when they login to Ateamo.  We have more updates to the process coming in the next few days.

Smart Groups (coming soon)


We will be adding smart groups very soon so that you can create custom groups on the fly to organize your players.  For example, if you have a group of players that are not very reliable you can create a group for these players and target event reminders or messages to this specific group.  We are excited about this functionality and hope that you find it useful.  We’ll have more about this new features in the next few months.

Managing the groups

You will see all of the groups which each player belongs to next to their name.  If you want to remove the player from a group you click the ‘x’ in the folder for that particular group.






We have been working hard at making team management easier and hope that this new player roster management tool will help make your job as a captain easier.  Please shoot us some feedback or leave us a comment and let us know what you think.



Registration process for the Austin Fall Cup

We have received some questions about the registration process.  Below are the full details.


To register your players for the Austin Fall Cup they must first be on your team.  To get players on your team you simply add their first name, last name and email address to the system.  Once you have done this you can then register them for the tournament.  Once you do this they will show up on your tournament roster.

Adding Players to your team

1) Go to your teams page.  You can find this by clicking on the “Team” icon at the top of the website and then selecting your team.


2) Click on the ‘Manage Team’ button.


3) Click on the ‘Players’ tab if you are not there already.  To add a new player click the blue ‘+ Add New Player(s)’ button.

First name and last name are the only required fields.  If you include the email address then your player will receive an invitation to connect with the team.  This will allow them to RSVP for matches, view the schedule, etc.  If you are adding more than five players you can click on the + Add More link at the bottom and more rows will be available for you to add additional players.


Registering Players

1) click on the ‘Registrations’ tab and then select ‘Austin Fall Cup Player Registration’ from the drop down.  Players in white have not been registered.  Player in green have been registered.  A pending status means that the tournament director needs to activate the player.


2) Once you have selected the right players, click on the ‘Register Players’ button.  You will see a confirmation box.  Click submit again and your done.


A registration fee of $5.00/player applies to players who are not registered with a USSF affiliated organization.  Therefore if your players are not registered with the United States Specialty Sports Association, North Texas Soccer Association, the Texas State Soccer Association South or any other USSF affiliate league let us know and AMSA will register your players with USSF.  This is a liability requirement.  Don’t let the $5.00 fee prevent you from registering your players.   Only players which are registered will show up on your tournament roster


Tournament Rosters

Print your roster from your teams page by clicking on the ‘Print Roster’ link.

This will generate a PDF and download it or open it in your browser depending on your browsers settings.



Please let us know if you have any questions!

Enter your player’s jersey numbers

You can enter your player’s jersey numbers in Ateamo so that they will be printed on your roster automatically.  You edit everything related to your players in your team manager.

Go to Team Manager

First, go to your team’s manager page by clicking the ‘Manage Team’ button from your team’s list of team page.

Access your players list

Once you are in the team manager, click on the ‘Players’ tab if it is not already selected.  You can then click on any of the players from this page to make updates to their team settings, including jersey number.

Click on the ‘Set Jersey Number’ link

To view the jersey form, click on the ‘Set Jersey Number’ link. You then need to enter the number and click ‘Save Number’.


The jersey number will now be shown on the team manager page.  You can update this number at any time.  This number will be reflected on your team’s printed roster.

League Rosters

League Rosters have been somewhat of an issue since we initially launched. Teams need to add, remove and edit players from their roster periodically throughout a particular season. In the past, Ateamo would build the latest roster each time the team captain printed it.  Since rosters rarely change, Ateamo 2.0 stores the latest roster as a PDF that can be downloaded and printed at anytime.   This adds flexibility for viewing any team roster.


Print rosters from your homepage

From the next event widget on your homepage you can print both teams rosters by clicking on the ‘Print Roster’ button above the team badge. This will either open up the PDF in your browser for printing or it will download the roster PDF to your computer.  You can also print your opponents roster.

You must have Adobe PDF reader to print rosters.  If your computer doesn’t have this software, download it for free from Adobe’s website, click here.


Print your roster for your team’s page

You can also print the roster from your team’s page. You will find the link for any active registration roster above your team’s badge.