Cal North and iSoccer.org Announce Partnership
San Francisco, CA and Pleasanton, CA – iSoccer.org and Cal North Soccer, the largest state soccer association in the country, are excited to announce their new partnership. Moving forward, iSoccer will serve as the official skills development partner for Cal North Soccer and their more than 180,000 members.
“We partner with organizations all over the country, but it will be great to work with Cal North to impact players right in our backyard!” says iSoccer founder and CEO Scott Leber. The San Francisco based company has developed an on-field assessment and online training platform, which helps make technical training fun, engaging and measurable.
Much of iSoccer.org is free to use through Basic subscriptions, including its new mobile app for iOS/Android. Cal North Executive Director Dave Mann encourages all players and coaches to take advantage of this resource. “The great thing about iSoccer is that it free, and available to any player or team looking to sharpen their technical skills. Focusing on technique is key for both young players learning the game, and older players who want to continue playing at the next level, which is way we partnered with iSoccer.” For those who wish to do more with iSoccer, they are able to upgrade to Plus subscriptions. The easiest way to learn more is to register free at http://www.iSoccer.org.
“iSoccer will be a great addition to the Cal North mission of developing players and making a positive impact on the northern California soccer community, “ says Cal North Director of Marketing and Communications, Dan McCann. “We are excited to be able to offer our members with such a progressive and useful training tool.”
About Cal North Soccer
Since its first year of inception in 1969, with membership numbers just topping 100,000, Cal North Soccer has grown to largest state youth soccer organization in the United States, counting more than 188,000 members ages 5-19. Cal North provides a democratic structure to provide uniform rules and guidelines to its membership, which comprises nine districts, 128 leagues of registration, tens of thousands of volunteers and administrators, plus over 24,000 coaches, most of which are also volunteers.
Founded in 2008 by Scott Leber, iSoccer is a technology company with a passion to “raise the level of the game, one player at a time” and make soccer more exciting along the way. iSoccer has taken the concept of blended learning (combining online individualized resources with traditional education systems) and applied it to sport, revolutionizing the way players interact with the game. iSoccer is the social game within the game that motivates players to spend more time with the ball.
For more information, please visit http://www.iSoccer.org