Free to use for small padeltournaments, upgrade when you are ready! When you register a free account on Padelcups.com, it will automatically be the bronze version, which is free to use for cups up to 6 players per group and a maximum of 24 players in the tournament. It is also an excellent way for organizers of larger padelcups to test and try Padelcups before you choose to upgrade their cup to either the Silver or Gold version! Try before you buy!
Padelcups is the ultimate tool for creating automatic gameschedules for padeltournaments. The results will be displayed on a mobile-friendly cuppage where players and visitors can follow the tournament. We also offer a projector feature "Scrolling results on a digital projector" for use at padelcenters.
Now we can also offer graphical playoff brackets for 6 players, 8 players, 12 players, 16 players, 24 players, and 32 players. The playoff feature is now initially active for Padel Americano, Team Americano, and League games. Previously, you could write text-based playoffs in the Manage Cup Information section found in the controlpanel. This information will then appear at the bottom of the cuppage, visible to participants and visitors."
In Padel Americano, players engage in doubles matches with different partners in each round. By the end of the tournament, every player has paired up with each participant in a doubles match.
Team Americano is a league format with fixed padelteams (meaning that players compete with the same teammates throughout the entire tournament), but the scoring system is similar to that of Padel Americano.
Each team can consist of one male and one female padelplayer, playing doubles with different partners in each match. Thus, the women play with different male players as teammates in each match.
Hybrid Americano is the next generation of Padel Americano. The scoring is the same as in Padel Americano, but a match win gives 3 points. Different teammates in each match.
The team version of Hybrid Americano. The scoring is the same as in Padel Americano, but a match win gives 3 points.
The advantage of the scoring system in "Set Victory" is that the program handles unfinished matches fairly. Therefore, it is perfectly feasible to time-limit the matches in leagueplay to "55 minutes."
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Padel Mexicano" is a gamingformat where the program creates a gameschedule with the goal of making the matches as evenly matched as possible.
Popular tournament format, where with relatively few rounds, you can determine rankings for all teams! Padel Monrad is like a friendly knockout competition, where no teams are eliminated!
Winner's Court Americano is a variation of Americano where the objective is to fight your way to the Winner's court (and then defend your position!). Players are drawn by lot in game round 1, and it's chance that determines the course, teammates, and opponents. Upon winning, players move up one court and switch teammates. Upon losing, they move down one court and switch teammates.
Team Winner's Court is a team variation of Winner's Court, where the objective is to fight the team's way to the Winner's court (and then defend their position!). Upon winning, the team moves up one padelcourt. Upon losing, the team moves down one padelcourt. The team that wins the final round on the Winner's court is the overall winner!
All teams (or players) start with 100 points. Upon winning, you gain +3 points. Upon losing, you lose -3 points. A tie result yields zero points. Unlike regular league play, it is not as crucial for all teams to have played the same number of matches. If some teams play more or fewer matches, it doesn't matter as much.