i9 Sports

Kansas City, MO

Offering youth sports programs in Kansas City, Northland, Liberty, Independence

League Office 357 - Program Director

Program director Jake Rowe is a graduate of the University of Kansas, where he received a degree in sport management and business. He went to high school at Jayhawk-Linn High School in Mound City, Kansas, where he participated in football, basketball and baseball. In college he played for the club baseball team, traveling across the country to compete against other Division I club teams. He started with i9 Sports as a baseball coordinator and moved into the program director position in January 2018.
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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
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Why Do Parents Love i9 Sports?

"The focus is on fun and no over scheduling. "

"I like that it’s once a week practice/games for an hour. At my son’s age I don’t want him to burn out by multiple practices/games in a week. He really enjoys having a “real” soccer experience. I also love that it helps encourage sportsmanship and reinforces what we teach at home. It’s rewarded by
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"I like the once a week time commitment and focus on learning the game and exposure to the game without the high pressure of competitive sports -especially for young children who just need to learn some skills before getting more competitive. We did soccer when my son was 5 in another league and i
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"Love the practice/game one day schedule. Love the upbeat caring staff! Great progam!"

"The one day practice and game it's not too bad of an idea it's worked out pretty good it can be kind of a long day but at the same time I understand it can work for many parents that have several children and having the college kids there working with the kids is pretty good. Having a group of ch
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