National Alliance for Youth Sports Teams Up with iSport360 to Engage Sports Parents

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National Alliance for Youth Sports Teams Up with iSport360 to Engage Sports Parents

West Palm Beach, FL (Tuesday, May 1, 2018) iSport360, Inc. (www.isport360.com), a youth sports software company, and the National Alliance for Youth Sports (NAYS.org) have teamed up to provide coaches and parents with education and tools to share player feedback.

“We are excited about the value that iSport360 can offer to our members,” said Kate Nematollahi, Director of Education Programs for NAYS. “iSport360 provides a range of resources to the youth sports community, specifically a mobile platform that helps coaches set goals, evaluate players and share ongoing player feedback.”

As part of the agreement, NAYS members will get a free six-month trial subscription to iSport360’s player feedback platform. Additionally, members will have access to iSport360’s engaging and useful blog articles written for sports parents and coaches by psychologists, educators, professional coaches, former pro athletes, sports parents and more.

“We are thrilled to work with an organization that has trained over four million sports parents, coaches and administrators since 1981,” said iSport360 Founder and CEO Ian Goldberg, who is also a sports dad and a coach of two young daughters. “This is about educating and engaging coaches and sports parents, because we all know when coaches and parents work together, and adult emotions stay in check, the kids have a much better sports experience.”


NAYS member coaches can learn more about iSport360’s player evaluation tool and take advantage of their special offer within their member account at NAYS.org.

iSport360, Inc. is a youth SportsTech venture whose app enables coaches and parents to share objective player feedback throughout the season and at tryout time. The company also publishes a biweekly sports-parenting blog called “The Chaotic World of Youth Sports,” which addresses some of the hottest topics in youth sports, such as unruly sports parents (don’t worry we’ve all been “that crazy parent” before), unrealistic scholarship expectations, better parent-coach communication and better sports-parenting.

The National Alliance for Youth Sports (NAYS) educates, equips and empowers youth sports leaders, volunteers and parents so all children can enjoy the lifelong benefits of sports. NAYS, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, partners with more than 3,000 community-based organizations and has trained more than four million adults since 1981.

Keep an eye out for blog articles and promotions from NAYS.org and you can start sharing objective player feedback with your team at iSport360.com.