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The Iowa Soccer State League (also known as ISL) is the highest level of competition for domestic league play in our pathway and league programming pathway and is guided by one overarching focus – player development. As such, all league programming strives to be in full alignment with US Soccer’s Player Development Initiatives (PDI’s). Additionally, given the importance of alignment in programming and competition standards from a player development perspective, Iowa Soccer must ensure teams, players and coaches are following US Youth Soccer rules and policies.
State League matches should be played as scheduled as there are a number of unique and challenging variables that have an impact on creating a schedule. These include the top three principles that must be balanced in order to create a match-up and then schedule a time/date/field: