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How to get your results into SquashLevels


We’re glad you asked!

Our mission is to create a global rating system that allows players all over the world to understand their playing level and find players of a similar standard to play against.

SquashLevels has grown in prominence in the UK over the last 5 years and we are now connecting with squash communities across the world.

We are working with a number of national federations in order to hook up league and tournament management systems so that their squash results are automatically fed into SquashLevels via a simple API.

If you would like your federation to partner with SquashLevels then please do introduce us via email to help get the ball rolling.

Or, if you would just like to see your local league or tournament results into Squashlevels, the process is still the same. Simply send an email to your league secretary with richard@squashlevels.com on cc and suggest that you would like to see the results in SquashLevels and we can take it from there. If we get connected we’ll give you a free lifetime membership to SquashLevels to say thanks!

If you are an administrator or webmaster within a county or region and are interested in creating a partnership, simply drop us an email and we can explain how to get your system connected.

Copy this suggested text into an email and send to your organiser

CC: richard@squashlevels.com
Subject: Introduction to SquashLevels


I was recently introduced to SquashLevels and it looks like a powerful system that will help generate a lot of interest and excitement within our squash community.

I think it would be great if our results system could get connected so that our players can get involved.

Richard from SquashLevels is on cc and I believe he can help explain how the process works.

Many thanks.