What competitions have you run with iSoccer to motivate your players?

Add yourself to the roster and challenge them to keep up with you

Some kids aren't that motivated to independently log in and compete with their teammates. I recently started playing again after a few years off and wanted to get in game shape. So I invited myself to join then started logging my own scores. Then I sent out an email challenging the players to keep up with me. The most improved players over 30 days will get prizes. The isoccer activity went crazy. Best thing I have ever done to get kids working on their skills at home.

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  • Scott Leber commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I think keeping it simple is best. Pick one skill a week... See who can improve the most. Start with Foot speed.

  • Kurt Stauffer commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Good question, Scott. In retrospect I should have cleared out the scores or at the very least, documented them. Any suggestions?

  • Scott Leber commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Kurt - Great idea! Just like you said, coming down to the kids level and being part of the competition has the ability to ignite excitement. Did you compete over points or skill or over all level?

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