TheISPT is a presented by PANTHEON which is a worldwide professional football league kicking off it's inaugural season in March 2016. This scouting event is only the 2nd official scouting event for this new league. Every participant in the ISPT will be closely scouted for the opportunity to be drafted to one of PANTHEON's six teams.
The league is to be officially announced in March 2015 but you can learn more by visiting www.pantheon.net.in
TheISPT is specifically designed to get the pro-scouts access to some of the top-free agent players during the time of the year when scouting opportunities are scarce, especially in the Northeast. For the players, the benefits are many and include:
- Great workout in front of scouts
- Top competition
- Introduction to indoor football
- Fresh, high quality film
Although the IPST is an indoor football event, the combine, scouting and film will be used for outdoor football as well. It is important to note that all tournament film and scouting reports get sent to ALL Indoor and Outdoor leagues in the US and worldwide. CLICK HERE to view the complete scouting list.
The Indoor Pro-Scouting Tournament (IPST) is a one-night event taking place from 7-11pm in the BUBBLE at the Joseph T. St. Lawrence Sports Complex in Hillburn NY. It is by invitation only and will pool the top 60 pro-indoor football prospects from the free-agent and collegiate ranks from across the country. The registration for the event is $150 ($125 for PANTHEON Pro-Card Members)
The 60 players will be divided into 4-teams of 15 players each which will compete in a double elimination mini-game tournament. Tournament play will be preceded by a combine presented by AllStar Agency Inc. and the Collegiate Development Football League as well as a Indoor rules/scheme educational period for the players.
The sport of Indoor football has taken huge strides in the past decade and continues to excite us as it grows to provide more and more professional playing opportunity for our world's free-agents.
Indoor football requires a unique skill set that differs from outdoor football. In many aspects it can be regarded as a completely different game. As it continues to grow in popularity with the exceptional play of the US leagues and the new leagues abroad, professional Indoor players naturally need a venue in which they can gain opportunity to demonstrate their "indoor specific" skill set.