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i9 Sports

Central and Northern Fairfax, VA

Offering youth sports programs in Fairfax, Vienna, Reston, Annandale

Todd Peterson - Program Director

i9 Sports offers fun, recreational flag football, soccer, basketball and t-ball programs throughout Fairfax County! Our programs are for boys and girls ages 3-14 years old! Our focus is on making youth sports FUN again so kids can truly benefit from their participation. Team sports should be the highlight of their week, NOT another source of stress! Our leagues and instructional programs welcome all skill levels.

Practices and games are conveniently held back-to-back, Saturday or Sunday only and we honor buddy requests, so your child can play with his or her friends.

Whether you're from Fairfax, Vienna, Oakton, Dunn Loring, Reston, Great Falls, Falls Church, Annandale, or the surrounding areas, we know you'll enjoy your i9 Sports Experience!
MVP Club
2014
MVP Club
Rookie Of The Year
2014
Rookie Of The Year
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3/2/2019
A message from Program Director Todd Peterson (Fairfax, Vienna, Reston, Annandale)
March is National Nutrition Month!   Here at i9 Sports, we are wrapping up our winter youth soccer and basketball season, and are ready to debut this year’s Spring leagues and Summer multi-sport camps. There are SO many opportunities to jump in and get involved with these programs, but first, ... Read More
2/22/2019
A message from Program Director Todd Peterson (Fairfax, Vienna, Reston, Annandale)
With our winter soccer and basketball programs wrapping up and the sun coming out, we can’t help but be excited about spring. Our players have had a blast kicking and dribbling around the ball this winter, while i9 Sports instructors and parent coaches have had a ton of fun sharing weekly sportsmanship ... Read More
2/1/2019
A message from Program Director Todd Peterson (Fairfax, Vienna, Reston, Annandale)
Courtesy Goes A Long Way   Each week during the season here at i9 Sports, our parent coaches are eager to share the sportsmanship value of the week.   Last weekend’s sportsmanship value was courtesy. Courtesy means being considerate and polite. You can show courtesy by simply saying ... Read More
1/25/2019
A message from Program Director Todd Peterson (Fairfax, Vienna, Reston, Annandale)
When you build strong connections, communication becomes easier. Being able to communicate with your team on the field or court is incredibly important.   Think about it: you’re dribbling the ball down the court and suddenly, you’re double teamed. With two people on you, it may be ... Read More
1/17/2019
A message from Program Director Todd Peterson (Fairfax, Vienna, Reston, Annandale)
Developing Life Skills Through Sports! At i9 Sports, we know sports is one of the best mediums around for teaching kids important life skills and we don’t want to miss this opportunity! That’s why we incorporate a weekly Sportsmanship Value into each week’s practice/game. At the beginning ... Read More
6/11/2019
A message from i9 Sports
Celebrate yourself or the special man in your life by entering to win an Amazon Echo. There are plenty of ways to earn extra entries. So, enter by June 18th for a chance to win! Click here to enter!   ... Read More
6/3/2019
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
REVIEWS
Why Do Parents Love i9 Sports?


"Marvin is a PHENOMENAL leader and creates such positive energy. Thank you for all you do!"


"They're organized. Kids are learning baseball fundamentals. And, the kids are having fun! Thanks for all you do. This is by far and above the best program we've seen!"


"Very well organized "


"We like the overall atmosphere and focus on sportsmanship. "


"How supportive and knowledgeable the coaches are, but then can I get texts and emails reminding me of every practice and game."