SportsEngine.com is The Home of Youth Sports™, featuring the world’s largest directory of youth sports programs with a growing library of educational articles and videos.
Families Love SportsEngine.com
SportsEngine.com is the place where they can search and sign up for local leagues, tournaments, and clinics, learn about successful athletes, access training programs and drills, and get expert advice.
The website is a reflection of our passion for youth sports and mission to grow participation across North America. Together with NBC Sports, we fervently promote youth sports year-round online and on-air—driving interested families directly to SportsEngine.com.
Organization and program listings
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We cater to youth sports athletes, parents, coaches, club administrators, and fans, publishing new content each day across a wide variety of sports-related topics.
What we write about
We believe sports should be accessible to all and reflective of those who play. This means we proudly publish youth sports-related content from diverse backgrounds while providing resources that contribute to a better society for all.
- For athletes—eating healthy, activities and drills, mental health tips, winning and losing with grace, and recognizing injuries.
- For parents—encouraging children after a loss, finding and signing up for the right programs, what to look for when buying equipment, how to be a supporter on the sideline, and what to do if your child is injured.
- For coaches—strength and conditioning plans, training and drills, how to communicate effectively with teams, leadership tips, creating equitable playing environments, and dealing with unruly fans.
- For administrators—tips for running a sports club, program, or studio, general guidelines for setting up programs, risk management, how-to articles, sports technology advice, and small business guidance.
- For fans—inspiring stories from current and former Olympians or professional sports figures, advice on supporting athletes, and how sports positively affect the lives of athletes.
Content partnership opportunities
To best serve the youth sports community, we accept content from youth sports-centric organizations and avid youth sports fans so that we can provide more content than we’d be able to publish alone.
This includes sponsored content or guest posts that are editorial in nature and valuable to our audience.
Guest posts and sponsored content must provide value to the reader and demonstrate knowledge, expertise, and authority in a given field. Not only do guest posers provide a valuable service to the youth sports community, it can help you reach new clients and increase opportunities.
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