i9 Sports

Summit County, OH

Offering youth sports programs in Akron, Tallmadge, Nordonia, Cuyahoga Falls

Alan Digirolamo - Program Director

The i9 Sports team of Summit County, led by Alan DiGirolamo, prides itself on offering quality youth sports programs for boys and girls ages 3 - 14. No matter the program your child participates in, our #1 priority is ensuring that all families participating in i9 Sports programs throughout Akron and surrounding areas have a fun, well-organized and safe experience that teaches young athletes the fundamentals of the game, healthy competition and good sportsmanship.

We are offering flag football, soccer, t-ball and basketball at Betty Jane School (Akron), Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy (Cuyahoga Falls), Eastwood MetroPark (Akron), Sagamore Hills Township Park (Sagamore Hills), Summit DD (Tallmadge) and The University of Akron (Akron). Sports and times vary by location. Find a program that works for your family and get registered today!
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Why Do Parents Love i9 Sports?

"Kids have fun. Safe no contact football."

"I love the family friendliness...1 hour on Saturdays is very doable! I also like the focus on sportsmanship and learning how to play, rather than competitiveness."

"The coach per athlete ratio, learning skills, encouraging the kids"

"I love the smaller teams and because my child is only 3, I like the fun friendly atmosphere and not a cut throat competitive atmosphere from the parents. Everyone including the kids is super awesome!"

"The way you guys work with the kids"