i9 Sports

Weston/Sunrise, FL

Offering youth sports programs in Fort Lauderdale, Weston, Sunrise, Plantation

Stacey Adamonis - Program Director

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A message from Program Director Stacey Adamonis (Fort Lauderdale, Weston, Sunrise, Plantation)
WINTER SEASON - SUPER EARLY BIRD SAVINGS END NEXT WEEK(10/24/19)!  Register by next Thursday, to receive our lowest rate of the season!  ... Read More
A message from Program Director Stacey Adamonis (Fort Lauderdale, Weston, Sunrise, Plantation)
Save up to $60 - Super Cool Savings Ending Tomorrow(7/25/19) for our fall season. Make sure to register by midnight!! Fall season starts October 12th & 13th. ... Read More
A message from i9 Sports
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
A message from i9 Sports
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
A message from i9 Sports
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?

"It’s been an awesome experience for us!"

"I love the fact that all the children gets to participant in the game. There is not one child that stands out over the other it’s really teamwork at I9 Sports."

"Promotes good sportsmanship!"

"Very organized. Coaches are great! Very motivating and encouraging to the kids. We love I9! "

"Time commitment is limited to 1 day a week. Focus is on learning sports and having fun, rather than serious competition."