National Volleyball League Selects Sport Ngin to Build New Website, Mobile App and Event Management Suite

By November 17, 2014Event Headlines

Sport Ngin announced today that it has been selected to develop and manage a full suite of technology solutions for the National Volleyball League (NVL), a U.S.-based professional beach volleyball league, built by players for all players.  Sport Ngin will collaborate with the NVL to develop membership and tournament management technology solutions, including a new website, a customized mobile app for tournaments & events and a comprehensive member management system.  Through this partnership, Sport Ngin becomes the ‘Official Sports Technology Provider of the NVL’ and establishes a new digital platform to unite the thousands of people across the country involved in the sport.

“Since launching the NVL in 2010, we’ve worked hard to create a sustainable future for pro beach volleyball in the U.S. and a large portion of that success relies on the high-level of engagement we have with our athletes, fans and the volleyball community,” said Albert “AL-B” Hannemann, Co-founder & CEO of the NVL. “We are excited to partner with Sport Ngin and leverage their digital tools and expertise, and develop a cutting-edge platform that will take this sport to the next level.”

Sport Ngin products and the proprietary NGIN platform are used by thousands of local sports organizations and national governing bodies alike to run their websites, tournaments, leagues, player registration and mobile applications.  NGIN clientele represent dozens of sports, including soccer, volleyball, football, basketball, softball, hockey and wrestling and include USA Hockey, USA Wrestling, USA Fencing and Hockey Canada.

“We work with organizations in every single sport and have a unique view into emerging trends across the sports landscape. Over the past few years we’ve seen explosive customer growth within the sport of volleyball and clearly it is due to the work of organizations like the NVL,” commented Justin Kaufenberg, Co-founder and CEO of Sport Ngin. “We are honored that they have chosen Sport Ngin to power their critically important web, mobile and member management functions.”

“It’s been a pleasure working with such a passionate organization like the NVL,” said Lance Anderson, VP of enterprise sales at Sport Ngin. “Their focus, commitment and ‘experience first’ thinking is exactly what is needed to make this venture a success. ”

Sport Ngin and the NVL are finalizing implementation plans for the technology suite, which is scheduled to be rolled out in 2015.


About Sport Ngin

Sport Ngin is the leading provider of web software and mobile applications for youth, amateur, and professional sports. Powering more than 400,000 sports teams, leagues, clubs, and associations, Sport Ngin features a complete suite of easy-to-use tools that help sports organizations manage, connect, and communicate with a diverse range of stakeholders, including athletes, parents, administrators, coaches, referees, scouts, volunteers, fans, journalists, and sponsors. Founded in 2008, Sport Ngin is based in Minneapolis, Minn. For more information, please visit; like the company on Facebook at; or follow Sport Ngin on Twitter @sportngin.

About National Volleyball League

Established in 2010, the NVL is a professional beach volleyball league built by players for all players, united in one mission: to create a sustainable future for pro beach volleyball in the U.S.

Home to eight professional events in 2015, a grassroots series, and the NVL Club Med Beach Volleyball Academy, the NVL is the only national platform for current professionals and players of all levels to showcase their talents and pursue their aspirations in the sport. With sand volleyball now a sanctioned high school sport and the NCAA’s fastest-growing emerging sport in history, the NVL is building the infrastructure for young players to achieve their dreams.

For more information about the NVL, please visit: and follow on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. NVL’s VB Soul magazine may be viewed here.