Designed with today’s athletes and sports fans in mind

“I never imagined that I would create a game or launch a new sport. Out of my lemons, I think, I have made orange juice.”

To uncover your true potential you must first find your own limits and then you have to have the courage to blow past them.

Solomon Ofori-Ansah, Creator of isoSoccer

Learn to iso

Our Story

Learn how isoSoccer got started

In 2005 Solomon Ofori-Ansah was working as a substitute teacher in the Tulsa Public Schools, and he was often in charge of Physical Education.

But having arrived to the U.S. just a few years prior from Ghana, he was totally unfamiliar with most of the popular P.E. games the students enjoyed. So he began to devise his own games for the students, inspired by some of the soccer games he played growing up in Africa.

His wife helped come up with the name “Iso” from the Greek “Isos,” meaning equal or alike. While isoSoccer shares similarities with soccer, it’s significantly different and exciting and we’re glad to share it with the rest of the world.

Watch athletes iso


yards in each side of the square isoSoccer court



players on each isoSoccer team



goalposts on an isoSoccer court



points awarded for a defensive “takeover”

“Champions keep playing until they get it right.”

Billie Jean King39x Grand Slam tennis champion

Values & Mission


  • Growth — IsoSoccer pushes athletes to grow in skill, physicality, mentality, and interdependence.
  • Opportunity — IsoSoccer challenges players to recognize in-game opportunities and then to apply that skill to their lives.
  • Dynamism — IsoSoccer athletes are dynamically engaging and multi-dimensional, on and off the court.


To bring the isoSoccer experience of fun, competition, and values to the world

Learn the rules of iso

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