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i9 Sports

North San Diego, CA

Offering youth sports programs in San Diego

Steve Sobel - Program Director

Office: 858-251-1369

Weather Hotline: 858-492-8003

Email: steve.sobel@i9sports.com

Hello and thanks for your interest in i9 Sports - North San Diego County. As a longtime North County resident (San Pasqual HS, Class of '86) it brings me great pleasure and pride to bring i9 Sports to the area. It is our sincere desire to provide you and your kids with the best sports option in San Diego and we will work tirelessly to do so. Please feel free to reach out if there is anything we can do to enhance your experience. Thanks and see you at the field!

Steve Sobel
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2/13/2019
A message from i9 Sports
Knock Valentine's Day out of the park this year with our FREE printable Valentine's Day cards! Your kids will love addressing them to their friends and sharing their love of sports. ... Read More
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2/2/2019
A message from i9 Sports
Ready to try a new sport? A sport that is lightning fast, high-energy, and fun for both boys and girls? i9 Sports® is excited to bring you ZIP Lacrosse™, a new lacrosse format that’s taking the nation by storm! ZIP Lacrosse is a fast-paced, non-contact, 3 on 3 game for participants ... Read More
2/1/2019
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In the United States, it’s most often that football gets the headlines when it comes to concussions and their causes, but youth soccer players can also face potential concussion dangers. One of the biggest potential concussion causes is something that’s a common part of the game at its highest ... Read More
REVIEWS
Why Do Parents Love i9 Sports?


"Coaches are great"


"I like how focused you are making it a fun and emotionally healthy and stress-free learning environment for the kids. And I love how you get the dads involved!"


"I think its well organized, the coaches are very nice and patient. Good program."


"The convenience "


"1. Class size not overly large, 2. Easy parking at the class location, 3. Short seasons (less likely to have conflict with other extra curricular activities) , 4. Coach encourages the kids to practice different skill sets (rotate positions on the team) "