San Francisco, CA and Beckley, WV – West Virginia Soccer Association and iSoccer are pleased to announce their new partnership to help raise the technical level of youth soccer players throughout the state.
In its commitment to youth development, WVSA recognizes that a focus on individual technique at a young age is key to the future of soccer in West Virginia, and the country as a whole. To aid in this mission, WVSA has identified iSoccer as a vital partner. The San Francisco based company has developed an on-field assessment and online training platform, which helps make technical development fun, engaging and measurable. “iSoccer is a great tool for motivating players, and gives coaches the ability to track and monitor improvement,” says WVSA Director of Coaching, and Head Coach of the Marshall University men’s team, Bob Gray. “We look forward to using iSoccer with our ODP players, and hope that all types of players and coaches around the state will take advantage of this resource.”
“West Virginia joins a growing number of state partners that we are excited to be working with,” says iSoccer founder and CEO Scott Leber. “Our mission of raising the level of the game in the US starts at the grassroots, which is why our partnership with
WVSA is so important.”
About West Virginia Soccer Association
The West Virginia Soccer Association (WVSA) is a non-profit corporation devoted to
promoting youth and adult soccer in the state of West Virginia. WVSA has over 17,000
registered players and provides soccer programs and activities for its members including
soccer at the recreation, competitive, and Olympic Development Program (ODP) level.
WVSA is a member of the United States Youth Soccer Association (US Youth Soccer),
an organization that develops and promotes youth soccer in 50 states and currently has
over 3,000,000 registered youth soccer players, as well as US Adult Soccer Association
(USASA) and US Soccer Federation (USSF) . WVSA also provides youth coaching
education and referee development programs. The West Virginia Soccer Association can
be reached at 304-252-9872 or online at http://www.wvsoccer.net.