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i9 Sports

Northwest San Antonio, TX

Offering youth sports programs in San Antonio, San Antonio, Northwest, Lackland

Scott Read - Program Director

Office: 210-395-4484

Weather Hotline: 210-395-4489

Email: scott.read@i9sports.com

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NEWS
11/18/2019
A message from i9 Sports
Trying a sport for the first time can be challenging for any kid. Feeling confident about where to stand, when to shoot and what to do can be tough, especially for a child with autism.   But with the help of an encouraging basketball coach and a positive atmosphere at i9 Sports, 11-year-old Zenaiya's ... Read More
11/18/2019
A message from i9 Sports
We are SO THANKFUL for our wonderful customers and want to give you a chance at winning this amazing prize! Enter now to win a $200 Amazon gift card and use it to get a head start on holiday shopping. ENTER HERE! ... Read More
8/13/2019
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
7/5/2019
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
REVIEWS
Why Do Parents Love i9 Sports?


"The coach (King) is really good with kids and parents =) Teaches well and makes learning fun!"


"Program is well organized, location/facility is great. Practice before the games makes it incredibly convenient for us. My son is having a great time!"


"Simple. Same location. Same time. "


"Anyone at any level can play and learn great skills!"


"The coaches are helping the kids understand respect, accountability and how interact as a team or group...they ask and answer questions as they train. Good coaches big thumbs up??"