i9 Sports - Greater St Louis County, MO | Kids Out and About St. Louis

i9 Sports - Greater St Louis County, MO

Address: 
9220 Arban Drive
Saint Louis , MO , 63126
Phone: 314-782-1780
38° 33' 28.7244" N, 90° 22' 13.188" W
Contact name: 
Vicky Bright
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Come play Basketball, Soccer, T-Ball/Baseball or Flag Football with i9 Sports. Convenient locations in Ballwin, Chesterfield/Creve Coeur , Wildwood/Eureka & South County. Instructional lessons & games are perfect for kids ages 3-12 who want to have fun playing sports.

FOR THE CHILD 

We believe that sports should be a fun, safe experience where children can learn basic athletic skills and sportsmanship, build friendships, and increase their self-esteem. With our emphasis on fun, instruction, and inclusiveness, everyone plays and everyone is made to feel like a winner, regardless of their talent level.

FOR THE PARENT 

We understand that their busy schedule requires a program that is well organized, convenient and fits evenly within their family’s plans so that their child’s sport activity doesn’t consume their life. In addition, we pride ourselves on outstanding communication so they’ll always know what to expect and how to plan for it.

THE i9 SPORTS EXPERIENCE IS DEFINED AS:

  1. 1Complete Organization and Communication
  • Professional management of all programs – someone is always in-charge
  • Proactive communication - you always know when and where you need to be
  • 24/7 online access to latest schedules, standings, and statistics
  • Flexibility to accommodate “buddy” requests on teams
  1. Convenience
  • Quick and easy registration process online or by phone.
  • Once a week practices on game day, at same location
  • No mandatory fundraisers or concession duties
  1. A Safe, Supportive Environment
  • Instruction by coaches screened with criminal background chec
  • Trained officials at every game
  • "i9 Sports Parental Pledge” which prohibits sideline negativity
  1. Quality Instruction in Skills & Good Sportsmanship
  • Age appropriate instruction in game fundamentals
  • Weekly sportsmanship value taught and award given on each team
  • Emphasis on fair play vs. score of the game
  1. Focus on Fun
  • Equal playing time regardless of talent level
  • No tryouts or drafts
  • Post-season participation award
Youth Sports Leagues in Soccer, T-Ball/Baseball, Flag Football and Basketball. Plus Multi Sport Summer Camps. Multiple locations and seasons

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