i9 Sports

New Braunfels, TX

Offering youth sports programs in New Braunfels

Sergio Marquez - Program Director

Office: 830-714-7591

Weather Hotline: 830-515-5248

Email: Sergio.marquez@i9sports.com

As an i9 Sports Program Director, my goal is to provide a well-organized, entertaining, and educational coed sports program for San Antonio-New Braunfels Metro area kids’, ages three and up. With over 15 years of coaching experience, I believe that participation in a youth sports activity is about more than just kids playing sports. It’s about creating an unparalleled experience in organization, convenience, safety, instruction, and fun. That’s why our number one priority is ensuring that families from San Antonio to San Marcos have a fun, one day a week program that teaches kids not just how to score a goal or throw a pass, but that also educates them in the importance of good sportsmanship and teamwork. We would love to have you join us for an upcoming program!
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Why Do Parents Love i9 Sports?

"Great program for kids to learn the basic skills, make friends, and most of all have fun."

"Only one game per week. Sibling games in same gym, same day, easy to manage multiple kids in sport at same time. Focus on fun, not just winning. Affordable."

"From my son's previous day care."

"Close to home and no mandatory practice. Great coaches and kids !"

"I like that practice is before the game n that they give parents an opportunity to coach if they want too. The season is also long enough for the little ones. "