- Players enter availability for the day. The day's fixtures are displayed below.
- They can choose to set themselves as available, unavailable or not sure yet. If the player has entered nothing,
they will show up as "Not done anything yet".
- The days left to enter or change availability.
- The player's watchlist. These are the teams they are currently following.
- A player can enter a message to the club regarding the day. This can be used to convey particular details,
e.g. "Home only, working late shift" or "Injured, seeing physio wednesday"
- Players can easily see the other matches on the day for the teams there not currently watching.
Clubhouse instantly simplifies team selection by focusing on the day rather than the match. Players state whether they are available for a day
rather than each match. This stems from the convention that a player should not assume that he is going to be selected for a certain team, and thus at a
stroke avoids any club politics. A player can, however, choose to watch certain teams which interest him. This allows him to disregard matches which
are irrelevant to him, for example a senior player doesn't need to make himself available for junior matches. This allows Clubhouse to be used across
the club, with players watching the teams for which they may be selected. Fundamentally, though, a player makes himself available for the day, and thus
Each day has its own "Required by" date. This is the date by which the club needs to know players' availability. The club can
browse this availability prior to the "Required by" date in order to get an idea of how the teams might shape-up, while bearing in mind that things are
still subject to change. Once the "Required by" date is reached, the availability for that day (and hence the matches on that day) is locked. Clubhouse
will remind the player three days before the "Required by" date to make sure his availability is correct. If they still haven't entered anything on the
day it will send a final reminder. The Club can then start to select teams.