Do I need to update my url/domain name in the Affinity Sports system?
As a part of our ongoing PCI compliance and security efforts, all Affinity Sports customers have been transferred to secure https protocol.
With that, customers that are using a url/domain name that does not match the format criteria (more than two dots), will need to update their url/domain. This includes online player registration, as well as tournaments and events.
anyorg.yourclub.sportsaffinity.com should be changed to anyorg-yourclub.sportsaffinity.com
NOTE: The first dot was replaced with a hypen.
When visiting a url/domain for customers that have not updated their url/domain, the visitor will receive a browser message indicating the page is not secure.
How do I update my domain in the Affinity Sports system?
There are three ways to update your domain in the Affinity Sports system.
Give us a call at 1-800-808-7195 and one of our CSRs will assist you in making this update to your domains/urls. Please be prepared with the details of your league, club, tournament or event.
Visit your organization’s online help center and submit a support ticket. Please be sure to include any details associated with your league, club, tournament or event. You will also want to include contact information so our team can update you when the change is complete.
Log into the Affinity Sports system (Shareview) and update your domain/url yourself.
- To complete option three, log into your organization’s instance of the Affinity Sports system.
- Navigate to the appropriate level in the Affinity Sports system to update your domain/url.
If you are updating the domain/url for a District, you will want to navigate to Leagues and Teams (Clubs and Teams in some states) from the top navigation. Then, click Districts from the left side navigation and choose the District you are updating. You will be taken to the District Info tab.
If you are updating the domain/url for a League, you will want to navigate to Leagues and Teams (Clubs and Teams in some states) from the top navigation. Then, click Leagues from the left side navigation and choose the League you are updating. You will be taken to the League Info tab.
If you are updating the domain/url for a Club/online registration, you will want to navigate toLeagues and Teams (Clubs and Teams in some states) from the top navigation. Then, click Clubsfrom the left side navigation and choose the Club you are updating. You will be taken to the Club Info tab.
If you are updating the domain/url for a Tournament, you will want to navigate to Tournament & Gaming from the top navigation. Then, choose the Tournament you are updating from the Tournament drop-down and click the Tournament Config tab. You will be taken to theTournament Info tab.
- From each of the info tabs you will see a series of fields related to that level of the organization including a field entitled Domain Name (Host Header Detection URL).
- In the Domain Name (Host Header Detection URL) field, enter the new domain/url and click Update. Be sure to follow the domain/url formatting criteria.
- The domain/url formatting criteria can be found directly below the Info tab and is as follows:
When creating a domain url please use the following naming convention: Association brief name [example: msysa], followed with a hyphen [ - ] club or club name [example: democlub] followed by .sportsaffinity.com.
For example: msysa-democlub.sportsaffinity.com
NOTE: Please do not enter www before the domain/url. You do not need this. If you enter www it will result in an error in the browser.
NOTE: Remember to update any website and social media links and marketing materials with your new domain/url.