- Domain Name(s)
This is the name that identifies your site on our
system. To direct your domain to your LeagueAthletics.com site, you'll need to
set your domain's Name Servers to the following:
Once you make the above changes
to your domain you'll need to let us know via Support Ticket (Admin>Support>New Support
Ticket) so we can set things up on our end. Just let us know the name(s) of
the domain(s) and we'll take it from there. PLEASE, DO NOT FOWARD YOUR DOMAIN AS THIS MAY CAUSE
ISSUES WHEN USING THE ONLINE REGISTRATION SYSTEM.
If you have any additional
services associated with your domain, such as email or blogs, special
arrangements must be made. In most cases, you'll need to contact your domain
host and ask them what records we'll need to update.
GoDaddy.com users, click here.
Network Solutions users, click here.
Register.com users, click here.
1and1.com users, click here.
If you don't have a registered
domain name, you can use whatever name you like here. The name you enter will
be used to locate this site. For instance, if you enter "MySportsClub," you
would use "http://MySportsClub.assn.la" to navigate to your site. Note: Only
letters, numbers, hyphens and a single period are allowed in this field. No
You can create sub-domains for your site and use them as
shortcuts to specific pages. For example, "Registration.Mydomain.org" might
point to your registration home page. If you're sending out an email inviting
people to register, this is much clearer than our internal address. You could
also create shortcuts to team pages like "Yankees.Mydomain.org" or a shortcut
to a document like "Rules.Mydomain.org." Note: This feature only works with
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