i9 Sports Office - Aurora, Centennial and Denver

Brian Crandall - Program Director

6140 S. Gun Club Rd. K6-356

Aurora, CO   80016

Office: 303-730-2793

Weather Hotline: 720-432-3252

Email: bcrandall@i9sports.com

Offering Flag Football, Soccer, Baseball, Basketball and Multi Sport programs in Aurora, Centennial and Denver.

NEWS
4/22/2014
A message from Program Director Brian Crandall (Aurora and Centennial)
Summer is just around the corner.  REGISTER TODAY for flag football, soccer or baseball in the Aurora/Centennial area.  All programs offer 8-weeks of play with practice held immediately before games!  Grab your friends and join us for FUN, SAFE & CONVENIENT sports leagues! NEW 2nd ... Read More
12/9/2013
A message from Program Director Brian Crandall (Aurora and Centennial)
Although Spring seems like it's a long way away, registration is NOW OPEN for all Spring 2014 programs.  Join us for flag football, soccer and baseball programs in the Aurora/Centennial area.  All programs will be 8 weeks of play with practices held immediately before games!  ... Read More
LOCATIONS
Aurora and Centennial
REVIEWS

"The coaching has always been top-notch. The league is very well-organized and well-ran. Also, I really like the focus that is placed on individual and team development, along with the emphasis that is placed on building core values."

Robin T.  (November 2013)

"I really like that everyone is their for fun, teaching children that the game is not just about wining Is about having a great time. Sharing, playing and respecting each other."

YAJAIRA H.  (November 2013)

"Not a huge time commitment, but a great learning league. I don't feel like my son has been shorted anything by the one-practice-one-game concept."

Mike F.  (May 2013)

"I like that the practice and games are played back to back in one sitting. Being a busy mother, this saves me from having to go to practices during the week."

Lorna P.  (May 2013)

"I love that it's about learning the game, sportsmanship and having fun! It is very well organized and information is well communicated."

Jennifer K.  (November 2013)