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i9 Sports

Murrieta/Temecula, CA

Offering youth sports programs in Riverside, Temecula, Murrieta, Menifee

Kaseem Jones - Program Director

Office: 951-696-5030

Weather Hotline: 951-413-0098

Email: kaseem.jones@i9sports.com

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8/12/2018
A message from Program Director Kaseem Jones (Riverside, Temecula, Murrieta, Menifee)
Playing with friends is always more fun!  At i9 Sports, we do our best to honor buddy requests.  It's simple - when you are registering just put down the name of your friend you'd like to play with! And don't forget to let them know you did, so they can be sure to register too. ... Read More
2/24/2018
A message from Program Director Kaseem Jones (Riverside, Temecula, Murrieta, Menifee)
Registrations for the Spring season are coming in and we need a few more coaches. We've made coaching fun and easy! You'll have tools, resources and the support of our i9 Sports staff. Plus, you will benefit from the rewarding experience of helping children learn skills they will use for a lifetime. ... Read More
10/20/2017
A message from Program Director Kaseem Jones (Riverside, Temecula, Murrieta, Menifee)
Hello Friends, We are already gearing up for our Winter leagues... and now is the time to register since we have a great opportunity to save you money! Sign up for our Winter flag football, soccer or t-ball leagues by October 25th and save $20.00 off of your registration. Click here to find a program ... Read More
3/20/2017
A message from Program Director Kaseem Jones (Riverside, Temecula, Murrieta, Menifee)
i9 Sports of Murrieta-Temecula is excited to announce our partnership with The Lake Elsinore Storm a Jr. affiliate of the San Diego Padres. This spring season they will be making an appearance on the field for an opportunity for our i9 Sports T-Ballers to meet Storm players and Thunder the mascot.  ... Read More
2/3/2020
A message from i9 Sports
“While some of our Senior leagues might offer a boys or girls-only league for a more competitive offering, we recommend kids play coed sports under the age of 10,” said Alli Wentzell, Director of Sports Programming and Education at i9 Sports.  Learn more about why we play coed in our ... Read More
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?


"I like the structure and organization of it all. Also the fact that they are very much about the children and teaching them good sportsmanship above all else. I would highly recommend I9."


"I like the coaches, the location is convenient and the kids are having fun learning a new sport! "


"We like that practices and games are on the same day. This is extremely convenient for families with busy schedules."


"safe environment"


"I like the atmosphere of flag football, but my only complaint is that they don’t get enough practice time. I’ve coached my son in soccer before at a different league but the other leagues both had two 1 hour practice midweek then they had their Saturday games "