If you want to book an activity at a studio that is using the Eversports booking system, you first need to create an Eversports account.

In order to create an Eversports account, you have and individual email address.
For each email address there can be only one account.
A registration is also possible via Facebook or Google.

How to create an Eversports account?

Option 1 - Via the Eversports website

  • Go to eversports.com and click on top right on the button 'Login/Register'.
    If you do not yet have an account, you can create one here.

  • After filling in the required fields, clicking 'Register' and accepting the general terms and conditions as well as privacy policies of your studio and of eversports, a confirmation email will be sent. Check your email inbox (as well as the spam inbox).

  • Now that your account is verified, you can search your favourite studio/venue using the search bar on the Eversports homepage.

Option 2 - Via the website of your studio

If your favourite studio is using Eversports, it is likely that they posted their schedule on their own website.
In order to book their activities, all you need to do is creating an Eversports account.
You can do this by clicking on the top right corner of the schedule on the button Login/Register.
If you do not yet have an account, you can create one here.

A confirmation email will be sent, please check your email inbox (as well as the spam inbox).

IMPORTANT - It may be that some stuudios have added additional mandatory fields, such as the date of birth. These must then also be filled in.

Option 3 - Accept the invitation of your studio

If your studio is using Eversports, it is likely that they will send you an invitation email soon, so that you can create an Eversports account for your upcoming bookings.

All you need to do is clicking on the invitation of the studio.
If you do not yet have an Eversports account, you can create it there, otherwise you you will be forwarded to the studios schedule and you can start booking your activities.


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