How about keeping a list of example sport sites using Drupal? Here are some I know about:
www.randa.org - World Governing Body for Golfwww.hkrugby.com - Hong Kong Rugby Football Unionwww.cricketscotland.com - Governing body for Cricket in Scotlandwww.powerleague.co.uk - Five a side football centres
www.regattalog.com - Service site for event registrationwww.PacifcCup.org - Boat race from San Francisco to Hawaii
Major League Soccer blundered with their Drupal site: http://geoffgrantconsulting.blogspot.com/2010/04/mls-relaunch-provides-c...
But don't blame the platform; blame the execution.
Sports is about to jump on the Drupal bandwagon bigtime -- just like the music already has.
www.kickball.com - World Adult Kickball Association
http://oregoncricketleague.org/ (Works great in FF and chrome but have issues on IE, under constant improvements).
Your site will work under IE if you turn on CSS Compress. Apparently IE has a limit on how many css files it can read.
Here's a Pistol Club I came accross:
This was performed on a Drupal platform and than converted to .ASP www.CoopersPick.com
This looks like a nice, complete site - it's got a calendar, mailing lists, groups, tournament schedules and results, etc. It seems to me it would make a nice template for similar sports clubs.
"The United Football League (UFL) is an independent professional American football league that began play in October 2009. The league currently has five franchises playing in markets where the NFL has no current presence."
Not a league site but a sports/fitness business directory:
My Gym and Trainer
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