Everyone loves a good game of sports, whether it is the mini-league or major league. However, many sport games do have a scorecard to monitor its scores for every game played. Most diehard fans of the game would not be caught dead with a scorecard for their favorite team.
A scorecard records the score of every game for a particular team. It records the number of Wins, Draws and Losses. It can even compute the average and overall scores for your viewing pleasure. The scorecard records these few basic information which the fan considers as most important. The scorecard helps the fan to track the progress of his team as the season progresses.
A scorecard template usually displays:
* The team’s name
* The number of games played
* The Total Score
* The average score
* Date of play
This sheet of information is also useful to the coach to review the team’s playing trend and to provide feedback to the team for improvement. It can be a collector’s piece for those who are diehards of the sport and missed the game for some reason or other.
Sometimes a scorecard can record two teams as they play off together. This can make the game more interesting as you record the scores of each team against the other; that will motivate the fan to root more for his team. A scorecard can be used at the quarter finals, semi-finals and finals.
Consider the attached sample template for your convenience.