i9 Sports Volleyball

If you have a child in your family between the ages of 4-14 who loves to be active and is interested in learning a new sport or wants to continue their passion in youth sports, this opportunity is for you! i9 Sports is hosting basketball and volleyball programs in Franklin this winter. The programs take place at Franklin Christian Academy, located at 818 Old Charlotte Pike East.

No experience is necessary. Practice takes place once a week, with practice conveniently scheduled on the same day as games.

Basketball League
7 Weeks of Play
Dates: January 11 – February 29, 2020
For: Girls and Boys ages 4 – 14
Practice/Game Day: Saturdays, will start between 8am – 6:30pm

Register here for Basketball Winter League – Registration Closes Dec 13

Volleyball League
7 Weeks of Play
Dates: January 12 – March 1, 2020
Practice/Game Day: Sundays, will start between 1pm – 5pm
For: Girls and Boys ages 7 – 14

Register here for Volleyball Winter League – Registration Closes Dec 13

Program Offerings:

  • Age-appropriate instruction emphasizing sportsmanship and healthy competition
  • All skill levels welcome – No tryouts. No drafts
  • Everyone plays – every game
  • One day per week – practice is conveniently scheduled prior to the game
  • No fundraisers
  • Trained officials at every game
  • “When in Doubt Sit Out” Concussion Safety Policy and education for parents and coaches nationwide

About i9 Sports
i9 Sports, the nation’s first and largest youth sports league franchise business in the United States, has re-engineered youth sports for kids ages 3 and up. With over 2 million registrations in communities from New York to Hawaii, they have replaced a high pressure, adult-centered model with a child-centered model that puts fun first. Learn more at www.i9sports.com.

How i9 Sports is Different
i9 Sports’ mission is to reclaim youth sports for the millions of kids across the nation who just want to play sports as they should be… fun. They believe teaching kids how to play the game is only half the equation. Helping children develop character is the other half. With that in mind, a sportsmanship value is taught each week to the players.

For questions, contact Program Director Ken Trager Jr.:
Office: 615-392-5589
E-mail: [email protected]