HQ Advantage Youth Sports: i9 Sports
1670 E Cheyenne Mnt Blvd
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
Text the word: HQAYSI9S To: 72727
- Flag Football
- Zip Lacrosse
Hours of OperationCall us for more information.
With over 2 million registrations in communities across the country, i9 Sports offers youth sports leagues, camps and clinics for boys and girls ages 3 and up in today's most popular sports such as flag football, soccer, basketball, baseball and ZIP Lacrosse™.
To achieve our mission of helping kids succeed in life through sports, i9 Sports provides a youth sports experience unlike any other, teaching the importance of good sportsmanship on the field and in life. We are committed to providing age-appropriate instruction that is fun for kids and convenient for today’s busy families. To us, it’s The Way Youth Sports Should Be®.
Starting at age 3, the i9 Sports curriculum for our youngest age group is designed to grow with your child teaching skills and gameplay. For our Pee Wees, we focus on introducing your child to the sport while providing instruction through activities and drills that keep kids learning and having fun.
For our junior age group, we offer programming designed to keep kids learning the fundamentals of the sport and understanding the dynamics of working as a team all while having fun. The curriculum teaches your child that winning and losing are part of the game, but it’s how you do it that sets you apart from others.
The #1 reason kids play sports is to have fun. It is not surprising then, that the number one reason they quit is because they stop enjoying it. Our senior curriculum gives our oldest age group opportunities to build on their skills and grow as an athlete all while continuing to love the game.
THE WAY YOUTH SPORTS SHOULD BE ®
The program makes it very easy for children to be able to participate in multiple activities and not be forced to choose a particular sport/activity at such a young age. It is also instructionally efficient for the kids to learn skills in practice and put them to immediate use in a game situation.
Melissa Q. from Kansas City, MO