What are Team Stats?

Stronger Together

Over the years, athletes have joined together and formed ninja teams as a way to work together and make ninja even more of a community sport. Our Team Stats are a way for these groups to measure their progress against each other at ninja competitions. All World Ninja League affiliated facilities will automatically have a team name reserved for them (same as the facility name), but anyone can start their own team. Learn more below.

Rep your Team!

Athletes can score points for their ninja Team by attending ninja competitions with three or more team members in their given age division. Registering for a team is easy. Athletes can join any team by logging into their NinjaWorks account and selecting their Team under the current World Ninja League season. Once athletes are registered with a team they can begin to score points! It’s that easy!

How does scoring work?

Any team with at least 3 members in any given division at a competition will have a chance to earn team points for their team. Athlete performance translates into team points based on the placement of the team’s top three performing athletes in a given division. Teams are awarded more points the higher their top three athletes placed! Full scoring details listed in our FAQ below!

Teams FAQ

Teams are groups of individuals that collectively train and compete together. Anyone can join a team through their NinjaWorks account. 

Athletes can add their Team through their NinjaWorks Account.

All World Ninja League facilities will have teams automatically created for them. If you’d like to create your own team, please email info@worldninjaleague.org.

Any team with at least 3 members in any given division (by age and gender, ex. Kids Male) at a competition will have a chance to earn team points for their team. Athlete performance translates into team points based on the placement of the team's top three performing athletes in a given division. The team whose top three performing athletes have the lowest place total will get 10 team points, the team with the second-lowest place total will get 9 team points, the team with the third-lowest place total gets 8 team points, and so on.

Say in the Preteen Male division that the overall standings look like this:

1.       Athlete on Team A
2.       Athlete on Team B
3.       Athlete on Team A
4.       Athlete on Team B
5.       Athlete on Team A
6.       Athlete on Team B
7.       Athlete on Team A
8.       Athlete on Team C

Team A (1+3+5 = 9) has a lower place total of their top three performing athletes than Team B (2+4+6 = 12), so Team A gets 10 season team points and Team B gets 9 team points. Team C does not record any team points as they did not have at least three members in this division at this competition.

Teams can have as many athletes as they want, but in order for the team to score season points in a given division at a competition, they need to have at least 3 members compete in that division at that competition.

Our scoring system will only look at the top three performing athletes from each team in each division of a competition.

Any points you earned for a team stay with the team you earned them for, but moving forward, any points would go toward your new team.

Team Stats

Check out how every Team is performing this season.