Something New is Coming to iSoccer

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You asked, we listened. We are very excited to share iSoccer’s new look with you! During the summer, we rebuilt the entire iSoccer experience from scratch. You will find some of the same… Continue reading

Congrats to the De Anza Force U14 Team

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A huge congratulations to the De Anza Force for winning the U14 ECNL Championship this past weekend! They were an iSoccer featured team all the way back in August 2011 and have spent… Continue reading

iSoccer Founder, Scott Leber, Back on the Farm

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iSoccer Founder, Scott Leber, challenged over 250 players today at the Stanford Men’s Soccer Camps.

The Rage FC Renegades 100 Day Challenge – Part 1

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Coach Bill Shute of the Rage FC Renegades U10 Girls Team approached us back in the spring about an awesome idea he had. He wanted to create the ’100 Days of Summer Challenge’… Continue reading

Awesome work Raleigh!

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Raleigh, a 13 year old from Texas, just sent us this video… If anybody has a cool story of how they iSoccer – let us know! Thanks for sending this in Raleigh!

iSoccer and Super Mario Brothers

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Back in the day, when I wasn’t on the soccer field, I loved playing Super Mario Brothers on the original Nintendo. Recently I played it again for the first time in 20+ years,… Continue reading

The Making of Easy Practice: The Practice Planner for Parent Coaches

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Before jumping in, I wanted to give a huge thanks and congrats to the team here at iSoccer. This took a lot of time and effort by everyone to get us to the… Continue reading

Latest Featured Player – Trinity Age 8

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With the spring season kicking off around North America, we are excited to present our newest featured player: Trinity! This young lady from Canada has taken her game to the next level with… Continue reading

Practice Planner Coming Soon….

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Testing the app on the rooftop of our office in SF:

The Saga of Tomsan

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Great article about our friend over in Japan – Tom Byers! The Saga of Tomsan: How an American journeyman revolutionized Japanese soccer—and why it isn’t happening in the U.S. By Brian Blickenstaff Posted… Continue reading