Whether you would like to perform transactions easier at your sports club, improve user-experience and CRM, get a more trustworthy understanding of purchasing behavior or reinforce your sports club branding,  Sports Club Loyalty and Ticking Solutions support you in your choice of the cashless payment system. Take the plunge and stimulate your digital transformation.


A cashless payment system is created and installed in the sports club to intensify a visitor’s convenience, whilst ideally generating profits for the clubs.

The cashless concept is growing increasingly popular amongst major modern sports clubs and other amusement venues because of its ability to speed up the sales process in a short period whilst observing the tendencies of the customers.

We use RFID technology for our wristbands to receive the data to share this with our users. People can put cash on their wristbands with PayPal at the event or with other payment devices before attending a festival or any other event. Leaving the venue or any other events, you can get reverse the credit available on your wristbands. People don’t require buying any coins at a club, for example, plus people spend more if they know they can get the extra credit back from their wristbands.


NFC is often used synonymously with RFID, though there are definite differentiators from a technological point of view. Near Field Communications (NFC) is a subset of RFID, which enables a communication channel up to 4 centimeters distance with a 13.56-MHz frequency. Essentially, this short-range of interface produces a safe connection line between the communicating devices. NFC is usually used in conditions that require higher security standards (such as payment) and is therefore used in nearly all short-range payment solutions.

With wristbands and cards at the event you can enter a festival, club, stadium, etc. and also pay for all your drinks and food inside the club, festival, etc. We offer event organizers with big data to enhance their events. Users can now see who attended the event who is a returned visitor, how much did they spend time at the event, but also what did they buy, where, etc. All this data is precious for event organizers. Event organizers can now see how people drive through their events and how to increase revenue by creating the best map for visitors and the safest way to increase revenue by selling more tickets, selling more drinks, food, etc.