SportEasy, a French web and mobile app for the management of amateur sports, has secured €5 million in a Series A funding round with support from Seventure Partners via Sport & Performance Capital, as well as the Macif insurance company and various business angels who have been supporting the start-up from the beginning. SportEasy was created in 2012 by Albin Egasse and Nizar Melki, two engineers with a love for sports, with a mission to make things easier for those who manage a team or an amateur club, whatever the sport. Its features help clubs connect and exchange with multiple stakeholders while also easing up the hunt for sponsors. It is currently used by 1,500,000 people in eight languages and in more than 100 countries, according to data provided by the company. The new funds are supposed to help SportEasy expand in France and internationally and to reach the milestone of 10 million users within five years.