i9 Sports

East Charlotte

Offering youth sports programs in Charlotte, Concord, Monroe

Alisha Grant - Program Director

Office: 980-206-0390

Weather Hotline: 704-559-4113

Email: alisha.grant@i9sports.com

The new i9 Sports Program in Concord & East Charlotte is managed by Charleton and Alisha Grant. Charleton and Alisha are passionate about sports serving as players, coaches, and now program directors. They exemplify the i9 Sports model where FUN is the priority, highlighted by a safe environment with convenient same-day game and practice schedule. Charleton and Alisha are native North and South Carolinians that have two young children (a boy and a girl). In their spare time they volunteer at church as coaches for the youth basketball team as sports and children are their passion.

The i9 Sports – Concord program currently includes flag football, soccer, and t-ball for boys and girls ages 3 to 14. In future seasons basketball, volleyball and lacrosse will be offered. If you are looking for a safe and positive environment for your child to make new friends, have fun, learn valuable life skills come join us at the field as we would be honored to have you!
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Why Do Parents Love i9 Sports?

"My kids have a great experience and the i9 staff is very knowledgeable and professional."

Kyle S.  (September 2018)

"The programs are fun and a great learning experience for kids. They learn how to succeed through teamwork from playing team games."

CJ L.  (September 2018)

"Very well organized. Doing everything to benefit the kids"

Michael G.  (August 2018)

"Well organized, friendly coaches "

Kim H.  (August 2018)

"Coaches! Basketball Concentration!"

Brian A.  (July 2018)