Fanbase initiative to aid grassroots sports

Fanbase was set up by brothers Alasdair and Michael Crawley.

Fanbase, the Edinburgh-based mobile ticketing and sports fan engagement company, has launched an initiative with the Scottish Football Partnership Trust (SFPT) to raise funds for grassroots sports.

The platform gives sports clubs their own mobile app experience where they can sell digital tickets, manage contactless stadia, share content and manage memberships without the costs and complexities of building an app or integrated ticketing system from scratch.

Under the agreement, a share of Fanbase profits will go to national grassroots sports funds, while the company has a carbon-zero mission to remove paper and plastic from every sports partner.

Alasdair Crawley, who set up Fanbase with brother Michael, said: “When we set up Fanbase we agreed that we wanted every sports team to thrive in the connected digital era. A core part of that involves our company re-investing in the various sports we support.

“To ensure the investment we make is targeted to where its needed most we’re partnering with charities across each sports vertical.

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