About i9 Sports Programs at Potter's House Church:
Potter's House Church serves at our primary Jacksonville venue for Flag football, soccer, cheerleading, Zip Lacrosse and T-Ball in the Spring, Summer and Fall. We run all 4 of those sports each of those three seasons.
Our Flag Football leagues serve as a fun fast paced and safe alternative to tackle football. Players learn important football skills with a much lower risk of injury. i9 Sports is the leader in flag football in the Cape Fear area offering leagues for more seasons and in more locations than any other Flag Football organization.
The i9 Sports Cheer Program is synchronized with our i9 Sports Flag Football Leagues. Participants will cheer on the teams and provide half-time entertainment during the games! The program is focused on teaching basic skills and having fun. It is 100% recreational, so everyone participates all of the time. There are no try-outs, no competitions, and no heavy travel is involved. Cheer teams will be taught by experienced cheerleading coordinators.
Our soccer program is for boys and girls ages 3-12. The age groups from 3 to 6 learn the skills of the game with 5 on 5 games that do not have a goalie. Starting at age 7 more strategy is introduced and goalies are added.
Our baseball program is for ages 3 to 6. For the 3 to 4 age group they play T-Ball. For the 5 to 6 age group they play a modified coach pitch. Our baseball/T-Ball program is a great place to learn the skills of the game in a low pressure fun filled environment.
i9 Sports – Wilmington & Jacksonville's programs include Flag Football, Soccer, Basketball, Zip Lacrosse, T-Ball/Baseball and Cheerleading for boys and girls ages 3 to 17. These programs are offered year-round. If you are looking for a safe and positive environment for your child to make new friends, have fun, learn valuable life skills such as good sportsmanship, teamwork, leadership and more, we would be honored to have you join us.
Why Do Parents Love i9 Sports?
"The most important piece of sports at a young age is teaching the children sportsmanship and simple love of the game, and i9 focuses on both. I have tried other leagues where 4 and 5 year olds are pushed beyond a reasonable capacity and my son started to dread t ball, which he dearly loves. I see ... Read More
Lindsay S.(May 2019)
"Very easy, convenient, fun for both parents and players. "
Jennifer S.(November 2018)
"i love how everyone gets to take part in the games and there is always a lesson to be taught. "
Stephanie C.(April 2019)
"All the kids get to play. The coaches are so patient, but still encourage the kids to get out there and play !!"
Toni H.(October 2019)
"We like the fact that practice and game are on the same day, alleviating the need for an extra day for practice during the week. This also helps with retention of the skills sets because the kids learn and then play."