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i9 Sports

Union County, NJ

Offering youth sports programs in Union, Elizabeth, Roselle Park, Kenilworth

Jason Johnson - Program Director

Office: 908-212-3200

Weather Hotline: 908-212-3360

Email: jason.johnson@i9sports.com

Jason Johnson has been active in youth sports and youth development over the past 15 years, focusing on teaching basic athletic skills, sportsmanship, teamwork, and fair play. He has conducted programs for the YMCA & YWCA, and at smaller companies such as the Valley Settlement House. He has supported the Boys & Girls Club of Union by volunteering as a coach.

Jason has over 20 years of management experience working in the private sector. Jason has received his Bachelor's of Science degree(Business) from Montclair State University; and played collegiate football during his tenure at Montclair State University

He currently serves as program director of i9Sports-Union County, and is committed to helping kids succeed in life through sports. As a former collegiate athlete, Jason knows first-hand that the lessons learned in sports go far beyond the game. In his spare time Jason enjoys playing fast-pitch softball, paintball, and raising his 3 children with his lovely wife.
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11/9/2018
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REVIEWS
Why Do Parents Love i9 Sports?


"The staff and their approach in teaching the kids."


"Organized and good coaching"


"Everything! The coaches and staff are pleasant. The programs allow the children is participate equally and it’s fun. "


"I love the emphasis on building skills, good sportsmanship and teamwork. The coaching is excellent, and ALL the kids are having fun - it's very obvious. No one feels they are not important to the team. "


"The effective teaching of the fundamentals of football that my two sons are learning from their coaches! "