Why community rugby league clubs should use LeagueNet in 2022




GameDay are encouraging all community rugby league clubs to manage their club fees through LeagueNet from 2022.

With the RFL introducing a membership fee for the community game from next season onwards, clubs are being urged to use GameDay’s 21st century digital solution. 


By using LeagueNet, clubs can easily add their own subs and fees onto RFL player registration forms in three simple steps, seen below:




Not only does LeagueNet make registrations easier for club members, it also boasts the following benefits:
  • Save time and reduce the administrative workload for club officials.
  • Eliminate cash handling and paper applications.
  • Collects all member data and payments safely and securely.
  • Automatic direct fee distribution to clubs. 
  • Centralised and secure information management. 
  • Easily process and report on your membership database.
Some clubs have already taken their payments online using the platform.

Hear from Midlands Hurricanes, formerly known as Coventry Bears, about their transition to LeagueNet, and how it has helped them manage registrations and cash handling in an efficient manner.





We are also asking all clubs to fill out a questionnaire, developed in partnership with marketing software partners Komo Digital Engagement.

Anyone who fills out the survey will be entered into a prize draw to win a range of training gear, worth around £150, for their club.

If you’re a community rugby league club and want to find out more about the LeagueNet platform, reach out to a member of the team!


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