A game of Doubles is a great way to have fun with friends and family. Less physically demanding and perfect for groups with players of different skill levels. Teamwork is key to success in this fast-paced version of ICS. Watch doubles play video on the right.
ICS Singles matches can be fun or extremely competitive. Numerous touches on the ball help to quickly develop the skills necessary to master the sport. More physically demanding than doubles but just as fun.
Featured ICS Location
Washington Athletic Club
The WAC in downtown Seattle offers its members ICS as one of numerous activities. The WAC has also been a tournament supporter for several years. Read More
ICS at UW IMA
The University of Washington IMA has offered ICS for years. Students, Faculty, and Staff can check out a ball at the activities desk. Read More
ICS Around the Globe
A Sport for the World
Interest in ICS around the world is growing. The facilities exist in many countries and the skills to play the sport is universal, due to the number of football/soccer players. Also, it is inexpensive and can be played in any weather. Read More
About the Game
International Court Soccer (ICS) is an innovative sport that combines the technical skills of soccer (football) with the strategy of racquetball or squash. The sport is played in a regulation size racquetball or squash court with a specially designed official english felt covered ball, formulated for optimal control and durability. Players must use soccer skills to return the ball to the front wall with no more than three touches. Points are awarded only when serving. Games are played to 10 points, and must be won by a two point differential. A match is the best of three games. Watch videos. See the rules. Find a club.
ICS at 2010 Winter Olympics Site
We're excited to add Whistler, B.C., Canada, site of the 2010 Winter Olympics. ICS is being played at the Meadow Park Sports Centre.
International Court Soccer, Inc.
Last year proved a record one for International Court Soccer (ICS), a form of soccer that’s played indoors on a racquetball or squash court with a specially designed ball. Read more...
Did you Know?
International Court Soccer had its start at the Metro YMCA in Portland, Oregon in 1986. John Birks and Ron Wagner began playing with a volleyball, which proved to be too lively. In December of 1986, the copyright to the rules of the game was granted to John Birks. The game then developed privately... Read More
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Top Player Recognition
Bryan Rollins - Salem, Oregon.
Bryan has been a top-level ICS player for 7 years and won the championship four years ago. He has consistently ranked among the best in competition.
Bryan is 37 years old, married, and has a 10 month old boy. He was born in Escondido, CA, attended High School in Redding, CA, and has lived in Salem, Oregon for 15 years. Bryan is a GED teacher at Chemeketa Community College in Salem, and is Assistant Coach of the Men's Soccer team. He has been playing soccer since the age of 7. In High School he was member of All-League 1st Team as a Central Defender.
How Bryan became an ICS player? In his own words, "I was really excited when I heard about it because my friends and I used to play our own version of it in college, but I had no idea that others were playing it as well (and that it was actually organized with rules and everything!)."