Sporting Kansas City

Joe Davis interned at Sporting Kansas City back when the team was called the Kansas City Wizards. The organization was in its late stages of finishing their plans to rebrand the team and build a new state-of-the-art stadium in Kansas City. While interning with the communications team, Joe was handed the Facebook page as a project and was given free reign. During his time there (approximately 2.5 months), Joe increased the Facebook likes from 646 to 2,172. Additionally, he helped secure one of the first vanity URLs ( for a professional sports team. 

Joe remained a volunteer for Sporting KC during the 2010 and 2011 seasons.

In 2012, Joe was hired full-time by Sporting Kansas City's tech-spinoff company, Sporting Innovations (now known as FanThreeSixty). At Sporting Innovations, Joe was the main liaison between Sporting Innovations and Sporting KC for the tech products created by Sporting Innovations. This included mobile apps, websites and other digital content. Joe was the webmaster for,,, and As a technical support engineer, Joe troubleshooted issues associated with the fan engagement platform for Sporting Club and Sporting Innovations, including issues with the mobile and tablet applications, websites, databases and servers. Additionally, Joe ran the Sporting Explore app and Twitter account for Sporting Club to provide a unique experience to fans of Sporting KC and visitors of Sporting Park.