Project

Final year project (( part 1 ))

There is a lot of information that needs to be managed. Handling all this manually (on paper) would further complex it. Since the league allows the smallest clubs to play, therefore, there are over 140 leagues with 480 divisions. This number varies every year. This indicates the amount of information that is to be managed.This is the age of technology. Every department whether it is related to computer or not is being automated. Automation helps in speeding up processes. It also ensures accuracy. That is why most organizations support automation to a very large extent. There are several departments that take care of the league information. The synchronization of information is not an easy task, especially when the information is on paper. That is why a system that could not only store the information but also maintain is required.The aim of this project is therefore to develop a League Table Management System that should be a stand-alone application that could be accessed through out the organization. The system should provide with the facility of editing team details, match points, allocation of matches, location and time of events, etc.The English football league system, otherwise known as the football pyramid, is a series of interconnected leagues for club football in England. The system consists of a hierarchy of leagues, bound together by the principle of promotion and relegation. Clubs that are successful in their league can rise higher in the pyramid, whilst those that finish at the bottom can find themselves sinking further down. In theory it is possible for a lowly local amateur club to rise to the pinnacle of the English game and become champions of the Premier League. The top five levels contain one division each. Below this, the levels have progressively more parallel leagues, which each cover progressively smaller geographic areas.

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