Creating an account for your child

A quick and easy guide for creating an account for your child

Siddesh Iyer avatar
Written by Siddesh Iyer
Updated over a week ago

Children under the age of 18 will be required to have an account created on their behalf for safeguarding reasons. You can now manage all of your children's accounts from the one adult account.

If you are a parent booking in multiple children into sport activities this feature is designed for you. You can now easily book all your kids to activities in one go and manage their bookings from the same place.

Adding children via sign-up

First, you will want to start by navigating to SportFin's sign-up page and clicking the green sign-up button below.

You will be directed to a new page where you need to select the type of account you want to create. You can add an account for yourself and your children here.

Select the "Individual participant/staff" option to begin.

  • You'll be able to add multiple children to the account.

  • Press the '+ Add Child Account' each time you want to add a new child while registering each child during the signup process.

  • All you need to do is provide some basic information and you're good to go.

  • Ensure you fill in the emergency contact information as this is essential information to keep your child safe at activities.

  • Once, you have added all of your children press 'Create Accounts' to complete your family account registration.

Adding child accounts from your profile

You can also add child accounts from your profile:

  • Navigate to your individual profile (

  • In the 'Children' card of your profile, click on 'Add Child'.

  • Fill out the information requested in the pop-up.

That's it! Your child has now been added to your account.

Can I book multiple children into an activity?

You can now manage your children on your adult account. You can book multiple children and yourself onto an activity in one go if you are their parent or guardian.

Read more about booking your children into activities here.

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