COMET is a state-of-the-art, market-leading solution for management and automation of key operations in sports associations, leagues and governing bodies.

  • Players
  • Coaches
  • Referees
  • Stadiums
  • Clubs
  • Transfers
  • Competitions
  • Matches
  • Discipline
  • Licensing
  • Courses
  • Payments

COMET is the most powerful and most widely adopted football management system in the World. It is today productively used on all 6 continents, and is adopted by more football associations than any other comparable system. Furthermore, it is the only such system that supports and seamlessly integrates operations at both continental (Confederation) and country (National Association) levels.

The power of COMET stems from its blend of experience and reliability on one side, and continuous innovation and technological advances on the other side. In 2022, the Fifth Generation of COMET (v5.0) was released, featuring outstanding user experience, complying with the highest standards of the software industry, and reinforcing COMET’s technological leadership on the market.

Mobile Apps

Our COMET Football Native Mobile Apps for Android and iOS devices allow users to easily enter lineups and match events live on the matchday using their smartphones.

In fact, all standard matchday operations can be fully executed on the pitch using mobile apps, and without the need for a laptop.

Users of our Mobile Apps are notified of any relevant changes with push notifications. E.g. when referees are appointed to a match, they will immediately receive a push notification to their smartphone (in addition to an e-mail notification).


The registration process is a prerequisite for competitions, and relates to all football stakeholders, such as players, coaches, referees, and relevant organizations, such as clubs.

Its most common functions are registrations of players, national and international transfer workflows, administration of clubs and facilities data.

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Competition management consists of the initial setup and recurring administration of competitions of all levels, from children’s tournaments to major continental cups.

Its most common features are team/roster submissions, scheduling of matches, allocation of referees and other officials to matches.

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Matchday operations relate to all activities that are carried out before, during, and after the match by the respective stakeholders, such as clubs, referees and officials.

Most common matchday functions are entry of lineups by the clubs, entry of match events, and match report confirmation by the referee.

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The workflow of disciplinary cases and issuance of all types of sanctions, such as monetary sanctions and match forfeits, is tightly integrated with competition management.

It ensures compliance with competition regulations, prevents the participation of actively sanctioned players (or team officials), and automatically calculates served matches.

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This module contains the technical platform and generic functionalities, used to configure the behavior of all functional domains.

It maintains the important master data, lists, settings and administrative features supporting all other functions of the COMET system.

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COMET is highly robust, flexible and configurable, and operates seamlessly in various circumstances and configurations. While the same version of our system is deployed for our all clients, each installation can have very different configurations of process workflows, rules, authorizations, local settings, language packs, data fields, etc.

Therefore, the client can configure all elements of the system in accordance with its preferences, existing rules and regulations. This flexibility was the key driver for successful adoption of COMET in every corner of the World. The system is also fully multilingual and already translated to nearly 30 languages.

COMET Data Reporting Platform

COMET Data is a cutting-edge data reporting platform for querying data from all COMET modules. Users can export any results into Excel, optimized for analytics, pivoting and graphical presentation, or access data via API. Users can customize reports, by filtering data, selecting columns and saving them for convenient future access.

Data Filtering

Field Selection

Excel Export

Save Reports

API Access



Data in the system COMET may, in accordance with its confidentiality class and business rules, be consumed by other websites and applications in real-time. It may be accessed either via COMET Data API, or via COMET LIVE API cached environment.

Furthermore, COMET is seamlessly integrated with the FIFA Connect ID Service, the FIFA Clearing House, and the UEFA Digital API.

COMET Extensions

COMET can be extended with advanced function-specific modules, such as Club Licensing, Course Management, Electronic Payments, tightly integrated with core registration and competition functions.
Each module may be implemented in one or more specific business scenarios. E.g. Electornic Payments may apply to registration fees, competition entry fees, monetary sanctions, course tuition, etc.


Licensing digitalizes all steps in the recurring processes of issuance of association licenses, such as Club Licensing and Stadium Inspection. 

It includes the definition of license types and criteria, submission of evidence and application by clubs or inspectors, review and decision process, appeal, and issuance of the license.

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Course management enables self-registration, online application to courses, applicant validation, pass/fail tracking, and electronic issuance of licenses and diplomas.

It streamlines all steps in the workflow, reduces the operational burden for administrators, and provides a user-friendly and transparent application interface for participants.

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The Payments Module enables associations to price and electronically collect monetary amounts related to various processes (scenarios) in the COMET system.

Electronic payments improve collection, compliance, user experience for the customers, and eliminate the effort, risks and losses inherent to offline payment handling.

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