How Teamsnap hit $35.6M Revenue with 270K customers in 2022.
Takes the work out of play for sports. .The #1 sports team management app makes communication and organization a breeze. Clubs and leagues love us too. Try it now.
In 2022, Teamsnap revenue run rate hit $35.6M in revenue.
Teamsnap hit $35.6M in revenue in 2020
Teamsnap hit $35M in revenue in 2019
Teamsnap hit $33M in revenue in 2017
Teamsnap launched in 2009 with $0 revenue
Teamsnap Funding History
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2017 Series C
Teamsnap raised a Series C of $25M
2015 Series B
Teamsnap raised a Series B of $10M
2014 Series B
Teamsnap raised a Series B of $7.5M
2013 Venture Round
Teamsnap raised a Venture Round of $2.8M
2011 Venture Round
Teamsnap raised a Venture Round of $910K
2010 Venture Round
Teamsnap raised a Venture Round of $717.3K
2010 Series A
Teamsnap raised a Series A of $700K
Teamsnap has 80 total employees They have 270000 customers an engineering team of 25
Total team size
As co-founder and CEO of TeamSnap, the household name in integrated sports management, Dave wears many hats – from being the boss to sweeping the floors, and everything in between. Since forming the company he has managed three successful investment rounds, secured strategic partnerships and overseen impressive growth. Nearly 20 million administrators, coaches, players and parents now rely on TeamSnap to manage their sports lives. He continues to focus on both day-to-day and long-term initiatives.Dave is the boss around here, doing everything from running the company to sweeping the floors, and everything in between. Since forming the company he has managed three successful investment rounds, secured strategic partnerships and overseen impressive growth. He continues to focus on both day-to-day and long-term initiatives while managing the company.
Dave has more than 20 years of experience in technology leadership positions. He was previously CEO of SANRAD, a venture-funded storage networking company, which he joined in 2006. He also helped found LeftHand Networks, a Boulder-based company sold to Hewlett Packard. Prior to that, Dave was with Hewlett-Packard.
Dave began his professional career as a field engineer in North and West Africa with Schlumberger Ltd. He holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Cornell University and an MBA from Harvard.
An avid skier and wannabe competitive cyclist, Dave lives in Boulder with wife Deb and two children, Mariel and Gabe. He enjoys reading, cooking and microbreweries.