This NY Times article highlights some of iSoccer’s core objectives and principles: help players improve by making training portable, accessible, and customizable to each individual. Here’s the link to the full article. Training… Read More
US Soccer points to SPARQ scores and ProZone statistics as key indicators that the Development Academy is doing it’s job: improving young players. Like SPARQ and ProZone, iSoccer is built for measuring player development with tangible results. Technical ability is arguably the most important aspect of young player development… why wouldn’t we measure that and track progress?