Sky Blue FC announced Monday that it has renewed its partnership with TeamSnap.

TeamSnap’s online and mobile apps helps takes sports organization and communication into the 21st century.

As part of the relationship, Sky Blue FC and TeamSnap are again teaming up to honor worthy candidates in the region as part of their Most Valuable Coach program.

“It is great to have TeamSnap back on board for the 2017 season,” Sky Blue FC president and general manager Tony Novo said in a statment. “We had great success last year with the TeamSnap Most Valuable Coach program, and it serves as a great method to honor some of the most influential coaches in our region. We look forward to expanding our partnership with TeamSnap even further during the upcoming season.”

Online submissions for the TeamSnap Most Valuable Coach program can be made by any member of the community who would like to nominate a deserving coach. A new winner will be selected prior to each Sky Blue FC home game, and he/she will be honored on match day at Yurcak Field. Additionally, each winner will also receive a prize pack from TeamSnap.

“Great coaching requires time, patience and dedication,” chief growth officer of TeamSnap Ken McDonald said in a press release. “That’s why we’re glad to continue helping Sky Blue FC recognize great coaches for all the hard work they do.”

You can nominate your Most Valuable Coach here:

Founded in 2009 and headquartered in Boulder, Colo., TeamSnap has taken the organization of youth, recreational and competitive sports into the 21st century. 15 million coaches, administrators, players and parents use TeamSnap’s web and smartphone apps to sign up, schedule, communicate and coordinate everything for the team, the club and the season. TeamSnap makes organizing sports as simple as click, tap and go.

For more information on TeamSnap, visit

Sky Blue FC will play its regular season home opener at Yurcak Field at Rutgers University in Piscataway, N.J. when it hosts FC Kansas City on Sunday, April 30 at 6 p.m.

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