Retire or Delete an Organization Team

If you want to remove a team from your active organization season without creating a new team season, you have two options: retiring or deleting.

Retire an Organization Team 

Retiring an organization team saves your team as a past season in much the same way that archiving a team does. The difference is that retiring a team will not carry over any information into a new season. You can select the option to retire using these steps: 

  1. Enter your organization, click the name under the My Leagues section
  2. Navigate to the Divisions tab or Teams tab 
    1. Go to the division/subdivision where the team you wish to update is set up 
  3. Hover over the Snap Action (box with 3 dots in the Admin column next to the team you wish to retire) 
  4. Select Retire 

Tip: Any member (including administrators) that needs to access a team season after it has been retired, must be a member of the team-level roster before the team is retired. This means that a club or league admin that needs access should add another profile for themselves on the team itself before selecting the Retire option.

Delete an Organization Team 

Deleting an organization team will permanently erase all team data. As a commissioner, before you delete a team under your organization umbrella, make sure that the team is completely finished and no longer needed. When a team is deleted from the organization, all associated data including the player roster profiles are deleted with the team. Deleted team data cannot be retrieved! 

  1. Enter your organization, click the name under the My Leagues section
  2. Navigate to the Divisions tab or Teams tab 
    1. Go to the division/subdivision where the team you wish to update is set up 
  3. Hover over the Snap Action (box with 3 dots in the Admin column next to the team you wish to delete) 
  4. Select Delete 

If you are receiving an error message indicating that the team cannot be deleted, this is because there are TeamLink (organization-wide events attached to the active or an archived season). In this case, you will want to consider retiring that team.

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