i9 Sports Office - Oahu

Isaiah Rojas - Program Director

6650 Hawaii Kai Drive #110

Honolulu, HI   96825

Office: 808-394-1100

Weather Hotline: 808-791-2550

Email: irojas@i9sports.com

Offering Flag Football, Basketball, Soccer, Baseball and Multi Sport programs in Oahu.

MVP Club
2012
MVP Club
MVP Club
2009
MVP Club
Franchise Of The Year
2009
Franchise Of The Year
Franchise Of The Year
2008
Franchise Of The Year
MVP Club
2008
MVP Club
Rookie Of The Year
2007
Rookie Of The Year
MVP Club
2007
MVP Club
NEWS
1/27/2014
A message from Program Director Isaiah Rojas (Honolulu)

Register Now for our Upcoming Spring Leagues...

Flag Football, Soccer, T-Ball, and Basketball

Registration Deadline for All Programs is MARCH 14
9/26/2013
A message from Program Director Isaiah Rojas (Honolulu)
We asked our parents what their favorite parts about i9 Sports Leagues are. Here are a few of their replies: The program promotes teamwork and sportsmanship. They are patient and centered around the children which matters the most. -D.P. My daughter loves being actively involved in a sport. Great ... Read More
LOCATIONS
Honolulu
REVIEWS

"I liked how the kids were learning skills while having fun; and the staff were kids at heart and had fun too. Please continue to offer your programs to the local community so that kids aren't having to stay home playing video games."

Sheila T.  (January 2014)

"The games played to get kids in the spirit. And the lessons that are taught and focused on each game day/practice. And how a different child gets a medal each game."

Cassie B.  (December 2013)

"It's an organized sports environment that has the following aspects: -fun learning of the basic skills -organized -friendly and helpful staff and coaches -"easy" snack sign ups -well organized -good practice/game location(s) -detailed information available online"

Julie L.  (December 2013)

"Ease of registration, easy to make changes, like that we can be with friends on the same team."

Neysa L.  (January 2014)

"I like that sportsmanship is stressed not only to the kids but, also to the adults. And it's fun for the keiki."

Davis O.  (December 2013)