A successful homepage conveys the big picture, without getting into the nitty-gritty details. Think of it as a teaser that helps your visitors quickly browse important content- as they find what they are looking for, they click deeper into the site to learn more.
It is important to have a basic layout for each Team page. That ensures the basic information is always available. It also creates continuity throughout the entire site. Then a team manager or coach can be given permission to manage and update the content of the pages during the season.
It's now up to you to begin adding content. All of the Page Elements can be accessed from the center of the content panel. Add text, photos, galleries, tables, and more. When you click into each page element there is a brief description about the element and it's functionality. Once you have added content, you can drag and drop the elements to rearrange the layout.
There are several other sub-pages attached to the Team page itself. This includes a page for a roster, game schedule, statistics and team standings. These pages give a more detailed look at the information than the home page.
As the manager of the team pages, the one thing to remember is a player and parent want to find the information they are looking for quickly and easily. They also want to see new stuff every time they return to the site. So be sure to keep the team pages organized and continually updated.