There are several ways to find matches in YouFoot:
Click on Matches in the top navigation, then, in the right side toolbox click Create a match. If the teams for the match already exist on YouFoot it should take you seconds to create a match.If you are having any issue creating matches, be sure to contact us. We're here to help :)
First, ensure that the teams participating in the match already exist on YouFoot. If it is not the case you will need to create the teams first. Finally, you will be asked to specify the rules (standard football, futsal, beach soccer...), where the match will be held at (venue), the date and time the match, and the referee.
If you are creating a match that already took place (in the past), you may also enter the score for the match.
Note: If you are creating a match that doesn't take place in your time zone, be sure to enter the time in the local time for the match.
On any match page, in the right side toolbox, click Edit match settings to modify some of the match information.
If the match is upcoming and no one has yet applied to commentate the match you may modify:
Finished matches may be edited if the match has not been commentated, but will only have limited editing options once matches have been commentated using the Playcom.
When you create "open squad" this allows guest players into the squad you've selected as open. This is handy for amateur match, when you want new players to know they can join your team.When creating a match you may get an error specifying: There has been a scheduling conflict
This means that one of the teams is already playing a match at that time and cannot be playing another match at the same time. Please contact us, if we can help correct an error.
Two-leg matches are typically used to reduce the chance factor in knockout elimination. Two matches are played (on leg in the home stadium of each competing team) and the winner is determined by the aggregated score. For example:
> Result: Team B wins
When calculating the aggregated score between the two-legs, away goals will count double if both teams scored the same amount of goals during the matches. For example:
Professional football has involved big stakes. More and more, games are analyzed in details. Professional teams of statisticians can provide huge insights on these teams, however the insights come with a price.
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It all starts with matches. When a match is commentated using the Playcom, this produces:
To find out more be sure to check out the video about how to commentate matches using the playcom.