i9 Sports

Rockland County, NY

Offering youth sports programs in Rockland, Pearl River, Stony Point, New City

Chika McIntosh - Program Director

Since 2013, i9 Sports - Rockland County has offered fun, recreational flag football, soccer, basketball, t-ball/coach-pitch baseball, cheerleading and lacrosse leagues and programs throughout the county. When you play with i9 Sports, your fee includes everything with no hidden costs: uniform, participation and sportsmanship medals, and more are all included. Practices and games are conveniently held on the same day, and there's absolutely no fundraising! Parents, how awesome is that? We honor buddy requests, so your child can play with his or her friends. Come play in one of our leagues or instructional programs, and learn the difference with the i9 Spots Experience!
Find A Program Near You
A message from Program Director Chika McIntosh (Rockland, Pearl River, Stony Point, New City)
ANNOUNCING BRAND NEW i9 SPORTS® ZIP LACROSSE™ LEAGUE! Is your child ready for something different? A sport that is lightning fast, high-energy, and fun for both boys and girls? i9 Sports® is excited to bring you ZIP Lacrosse™, a new lacrosse format that’s taking the nation ... Read More
A message from Program Director Chika McIntosh (Rockland, Pearl River, Stony Point, New City)
Starting Mach 5th, Hudson Valley Martial Arts and Boxing Academy will conduct a 30 day fitness challenge. This program includes unlimited fitness classes for boxing and kick boxing, our personalized diet and nutrition guide, 1on1 weekly support, weekly weigh in, and private online support ... Read More
A message from Program Director Chika McIntosh (Rockland, Pearl River, Stony Point, New City)
FIELD CLOSURES AND CANCELLATIONS: i9 Sports does not own or operate any sports facilities; we lease space from many private and public facilities within our designated territory. In the event the facilities that we rent are closed for any reason, i9 Sports will notify the affected registrants as soon ... Read More
A message from Program Director Chika McIntosh (Rockland, Pearl River, Stony Point, New City)
Are you looking for things to do at home with your little athlete, but not sure exactly what to do? Check out our At-Home Drill Cardsfor inspiration. These cards give instruction, age range, how many people and equipment needed. They are just a starting point so feel free to make modifications ... Read More
A message from Program Director Chika McIntosh (Rockland, Pearl River, Stony Point, New City)
Sideline Suggestions: Ten Things Kids Say They Don't Want Their Parents to Do 1. Don't yell out instructions. "During the game I'm trying to concentrate on what the coach says and work on what I've been practicing. It's easier for me to do my best if you save instructions and ... 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
A message from i9 Sports
We believe that part of helping kids succeed in life means allowing them to try multiple sports and various positions so they can discover what they like and develop their physical literacy.  Find out more about why your child should be sampling multiple sports by clicking HERE! ... Read More
Why Do Parents Love i9 Sports?

"Great coaches and positive atmosphere. "

"I love that it is at my child’s school immediately upon dismissal"

"Very organized - great communication"

"EXCEllent staff, very organized program, great communication "

"1) There in minimal pre-work required. The local soccer teams and baseball teams require a LOT of pre-work from the parents regarding uniform and equipment purchases. 2) The kids are having fun and the competitive nature is not pushed on the kids."