Sportskool Partners with League Network to Help Reach Young Athletes

Sportskool Partners with League Network to Help Reach Young Athletes

On-demand sports and fitness coaching network continues to expand viewer access

Annapolis, Md. - Sportskool, the on-demand sports and fitness network dedicated to providing comprehensive coaching and athlete training for all skill levels, today announced that its popular content is now viewable through the League Network platform. League Network, “the new youth sports team habit” is an online fundraising and best practice website for leaders of 41,000 youth sports leagues in 21 team sports. The Sportskool training videos are available at

“Sportskool and share the same mission, and we’re excited to work together to help bring valuable lessons in sports to young athletes across the country,” said Dave Willox, president of “Partnering with allows us to better reach our viewers, delivering the quality content they want and find useful when and where they need it.” 

Sportskool currently maintains more than 40 sports and fitness categories with world-class training and advice from professional coaches and athletes.

“Sportskool’s great skills training videos feature the best coaches and athletes in the world—one more reason that coming to is becoming a habit for more and more youth and high school team sports leaders,” added Jay Whitehead, co-founder and CEO of League Network.


About Sportskool

Sportskool is the largest on-demand sports training content distribution network in the world, reaching nearly 50 million cable TV households through Comcast, Verizon FiOS, Cablevision, Spectrum, and streamed via Roku, YouTube and Amazon to a global audience. Sportskool is dedicated to sports and fitness programming for today’s active youth and families and provides 24/7 access to tips, insights, and one-on-one instruction from the biggest names in sports. For more information, visit  


About League Network PBC

League Network PBC is “the new youth sports money and media habit” for youth and high school team sport leaders. Its Assisted Fundraising channel is the easiest, fastest and least expensive way for teams to raise funds, and is set to raise $6M for youth and high school teams in 2017, and $100M by 2020. media represents the largest single source of free youth sport best practice guides, videos and tournament directories, and has over 41,000 subscribers.  Founded in 2016 at New Jersey Institute of Technology by serial tech and media entrepreneurs Jay and Anne-Sophie Whitehead, League Network investors include impact VCs, celebrity athletes, and tech angels. Visit more information.


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