i9 Sports

South Greater Phoenix, AZ

Offering youth sports programs in Phoenix, Ahwatukee, Goodyear, Tempe

Connor Fog - Program Director

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With football and fall comes tailgating, bonfires, and more time outside! We have the ultimate tailgate prize to give away, so don't miss the opportunity to win a FREE YETI® cooler. Enter by September 25th by click HERE! ... Read More
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We want to help kids find a sport or multiple sports they love, but we also want it to remain a fun game with friends! Find out more about why trying and playing multiple sports is an integral part of our programming on our newest blog post! ... Read More
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We are giving away a free registration for your child to play with i9 Sports in your area. Three lucky winners will be chosen and announced on July 31st. There are plenty of ways to earn extra entries, so don't miss out on this awesome prize! ENTER TO WIN HERE!   ... Read More
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We understand that kids learn differently at every age. Through our age-appropriate programming, we’ve designed a curriculum for kids to master sports skills, build confidence, develop a love of sports and have fun! Learn more about how we design our sports programming to fit your child’s ... Read More
Why Do Parents Love i9 Sports?

" My daughter had a fantastic time at the sports camp! She did multiple camps this summer and this was her favorite."

"I love the program because it teaches the kids the fundamentals and how to be team players."

"We have had the best coaches and experience with i9! The coaches have done a phenomenal job caring about the children and teaching fundamentals. I love the character building aspect and the emphasis on sportsmanship. As a working mom, I thoroughly appreciate that practice and games take place on t
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"We love it for our kids, lots of sports to try, lots of fun! Really relaxed and everybody is having fun while they play!"

"I like that it helps beginners feel like they can learn how to play"