About Athliit

We help with all things digital

Back in 2015 our founder wanted to enroll his son in a popular sports club. After 13 online attempts and a personal visit to the club, he succeeded.

That made us wonder how modern sports clubs manage their members, subscriptions, payments, or bookings.

Athliit is the result of those contemplations. We wish to help everybody who wants to grow their organisation digitally.


Rasmus Schjødt Pedersen

CEO | Founder

Rasmus is the founder of Athliit. Prior to becoming a sports tech pioneer, Rasmus navigated unchartered territory as a commander in the Royal Danish Navy. With three academic degrees, which includes a stint at MIT and a master’s degree from Harvard University, he is also a proud recipient of a scholarship from Crown Prince Frederik for excellent academic performance.

CEO and Founder of Athliit

Emil Büchler Seier Petersen

Head of Development

Emil directs our software development, including frontend, backend, Dev Ops and software architecture. Prior to joining Athliit, Emil was a leading fullstack developer at high-growth tech startup, Ageras.

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Amir Molavi

Product Lead | UX

Amir is in love with the users of Athliit. With a master’s degree in Human-Computer Interaction from Uppsala University, and a background in IT and customer support Amir get’s his kicks mapping out our customer’s journey. All this devotion lead to the creation of our Help Center, and Amir is able to answer all sorts of questions of what our club management software can do.


Axel Lagerlöf

Head of Sports Development

Tennis flows through the veins of Axel. A star player he became the natural team captain for three consecutive years of the Division 1 team at Northern Illinois University from where he holds a Bachelor of Art Degree in Economics. In recent years he has served as Coach of renowned American tennis club, Tennis on the Lake and with Swedish TK Fair Play.

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