The coaches are very friendly and all the parents encourage the children regardless of if they are on opposing teams. I like that my son is learning good sportsmanship from the examples of the coaches and learning to be a team player. Every weekend he can’t wait to come back to play soccer!
My first born started with this program when he was 4 years old! Now he is about to be 13! This program taught him sportsmanship , and the basics of any sports program . Now he has the courage to take on anything ! He is now a great football player with a competitively .
Now my second to last child who is 4 years old going to be 5 years old is enjoying this program so much this is his 2nd season! He loves the soccer program so much he even gets private lessons!
So yes I would definitely recommend this program to any and everyone !
The coaches are there to teach you about the game, some skills to work on, and they say something positive about each kid. The fastest or best kid does not always get the medal or the pats on the back. I have noticed different individuals do. Being competitive is not the object. Playing for fun is. That is what I like and so does my child.
Provides a wide range of entertainment for the entire family, lots of enjoyment. I especially enjoy seeing the different age groups of boys and girls running down the court. The sport brings so much fun to the girls and boys, allows them some type of activity to look forward to on a Saturday morning The look on their young faces are priceless.
I like that the I9 staff and coaches really care about the kids learning experience. My son enjoys every Saturday Basketball practice and game. The I9 program has helped him improve his confidence at a player and has taught him sportsmanship values.
I like the mix of practice and actual games all in the same one-day session. The two-sided jerseys are pretty heavy and hot for really young kids in the summer... maybe consider a thinner/lighter option for those young kids?