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i9 Sports Office - Atlanta, Dunwoody, Tucker, Snelville

Flag Football, Soccer, Basketball, Baseball and Multi Sport

Deb Hammell - Program Director

3577 Chamblee Tucker Rd

Ste A #273

Atlanta, GA   30341

Office: 404-551-2036

Weather Hotline: 404-592-2825

Email: deb.hammell@i9sports.com

A message from Program Director Deb Hammell (Atlanta, Dunwoody, Tucker, Snelville)
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR SPRING & SUMMER 2016! The sooner your register, the more you save! SAME DAY PRACTICE & GAMES Just One Day Per Week All our sports are open for BOYS & GIRLS! FLAG FOOTBALL Boys & Girls Ages 4-14 Spring Season (7-weeks) Summer Season (6-weeks) CHAMBLEE - Keswick ... Read More
A message from i9 Sports
i9 Sports wants to promote a safe and healthy environment for children who participate in organized sports. Playing sports is one of the best ways to help kids develop self esteem, healthy habits, teamwork and critical thinking skills that will last a lifetime. However, millions of kids suffer ... Read More
A message from i9 Sports
Get fanatical with our new i9 Sports gear for Moms, Dads and fans of all ages. Choose your favorite color and style to show your team spirit just in time for spring! We also have i9 Sports shirts for our future athletes so little brothers and sisters can join in the fun too. {Plus hats, bags and more.}  Check ... Read More
Atlanta, Dunwoody, Tucker, Snelville
Why Do Parents Love i9 Sports?

"The tent set up each week in case a player forgets his mouthpiece, the owner being on-site, walking around asking if anyone had questions or needed anything that first week, the set practice and game schedule on Sundays, and the clear, established schedule are what have made us big fans of flag fo ... Read More

Susan R.  (February 2015)


Gary A.  (June 2015)

"Very inclusive, easy, efficient, well organized"

Kaveh K.  (June 2015)

"Convenience and limited time commitment."

Colicia H.  (March 2015)

"It's once a week on Saturday for 1.5 hours. The kids have fun, get some exercise, improve their skills, and no weekday stress."

Robin A.  (March 2015)